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Sixers, Nerlens Noel Not Discussing Extension

The Sixers seem willing to let Nerlens Noel become a restricted free agent next summer, posts Jeff Goodman on ESPN Now. The two sides aren’t discussing a rookie-scale extension and the deadline is at midnight Eastern time on Monday.

Noel has frequently been cited as a potential trade candidate because of the looming extension and Philadelphia’s logjam of big men with Joel Embiid and Jahlil Okafor. Noel criticized the team at the start of training camp for drafting so many young centers, and several observers feel like he is the most expendable of the three.

Noel is missing the start of the season after undergoing surgery on Monday for an inflamed plica above his left knee. He was projected to be out of action for three to five weeks. Noel is making nearly $4.4MM this season in the final year of his rookie contract.


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7 thoughts on “Sixers, Nerlens Noel Not Discussing Extension

  1. Ravens_Last_Place

    They have so much cap room, they’ll keep him if they want. Let some one else make up a contract and then match it. If not, he’s not a difference maker anyways. He’s not a bust but also hasn’t quite met expectations. Ppl said he would be #1 overall lol…that would have been a horrible #1 choice.

    • liquid_jesus

      I mean… do you even know who went #1 in that draft?

      He was and probably is still the best choice out of everybody that was picked before him

  2. My suggestion to Bryan colangelo is to trade noel to a shooting guard,if possible get Rudy gay for an added vet.for the team.the team needed some shooters,bec.u have enough bigs already to operate inside.

  3. Ron Thomas

    Nerlens is the perfect backup center. Not every first round pick is a starter. I bet the Warriors wish they had him.

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    Let Me Tees You

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