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Byron Mullens Opts Out, Will Hit Free Agency

Sixers big man Byron Mullens has turned down his minimum salary player option for next season and will become a free agent, GM Sam Hinkie told reporters, including Tom Moore of Calkins Media (Twitter link). The Wasserman Media Group client would have made a guaranteed salary of more than $1.063MM had he remained under contract, but he’ll seek more on the open market.

The Clippers sent him to the Sixers for a second-round draft pick at the deadline to lower their tax bill and open up room for bench upgrades in L.A. Mullens failed to have an impact after signing with the Clippers last summer, averaging just 6.2 minutes per game for them this season. He saw 13.7 MPG for Philadelphia, averaging 6.8 points and 3.3 rebounds, but perhaps most noteworthy for him was his 40% three-point shooting over his 18-game stint with the Sixers. He’s just a 31.9% three-point shooter for his career.

Philadelphia is set to have ample cap flexibility, so Mullens’ decision will probably have no significant effect on Hinkie’s summer plans.

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3 thoughts on “Byron Mullens Opts Out, Will Hit Free Agency

  1. ObamaDinoKiller

    i’m shocked. how does he expect to get anything more than that? i’d assume some european team wants to overpay him

  2. rxbrgr

    I’m surprised too. Very less than likely he lands a guaranteed contract, especially one above the minimum.

    • Most likely he just didn’t want to play for a sorry team like the 76ers.

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