Sixers Sign Isaiah Joe To Three-Year Deal

The Sixers have signed second-round pick Isaiah Joe, according to the Real GM Transactions Page.

The former Arkansas guard inked a three-year deal with the first two seasons guaranteed for a total of $2.4MM, writes Kevin McPherson of KARK.com. The total value of the deal is nearly $4.2MM if Joe remains on the roster for 2022/23. Philadelphia completed the signing using its mid-level exception.

Joe, 21, was selected with the 49th pick in this year’s draft. He played two seasons at Arkansas, averaging 16.9 points and 4.1 rebounds per game as a sophomore.

Philadelphia also completed two-way contracts with Paul Reed and Dakota Mathias, along with the signings of Derrick Walton Jr., Ryan Broekhoff and Justin Anderson.

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4 thoughts on “Sixers Sign Isaiah Joe To Three-Year Deal

  1. Sillivan

    According to reporter
    76ers are better than last year because Danny Green and Curry can shoot from the three

    According to Las Vegas, 76ers went from 4th best to 6th best in the East

    • Itrainsontuesday

      Both could be true. Sixers may be better than last year, but other teams could have improved more and jumped them in the projected standings. Nets are getting guys back from injury, Heat were better than anyone predicted last year.

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