Dan Gadzuric was in Philadelphia to work out with the 76ers this morning, and a source tells John Mitchell of the Philadelphia Inquirer that the big man will receive a camp invite from the Sixers (Twitter link). It's not clear whether Gadzuric has officially accepted the invitation, but I'd guess he'll head to Sixers camp on a non-guaranteed contract.
Gadzuric was involved in the sign-and-trade deal between the Knicks and Trail Blazers back in July, heading to Portland in the move that sent Raymond Felton to New York. However, since his contract for 2012/13 was non-guaranteed, he was quickly waived by the Blazers. The 34-year-old saw just 13 minutes of action last season for the Knicks, but has appeared in 527 NBA games over the course of his 10-year career, averaging 4.7 PPG, 4.4 RPG, and a 14.4 PER.
New Sixers general manager Tony DiLeo said yesterday that he hopes to add one or two wings to the team's training camp roster. With just 13 players under contract though, it makes sense that Philadelphia would hand out a few camp invites to other players as well. If Gadzuric joins the roster, the club will still have room to bring six more players to training camp.