The Philadelphia 76ers have been scrambling to fill their training camp roster and appear to finally have with several recent signings.
The Sixers technically have 19 players signed to a contract, according to Basketball Insiders, -- 13 players with fully guaranteed contracts and six with partial/non-guaranteed deals. Philadelphia acquired Jordan McRae, the No. 58 pick, from San Antonio in a draft night trade.
The Sixers started these recent signings on September 4 when they inked point guard Kendall Marshall to a multi-year contract according to Yahoo Sports. The 24-year-old's deal reportedly stipulates that his 2015-16 salary be fully guaranteed.
Marshall is expected to miss a portion of the upcoming season while he continues to recover from his torn ACL. The 6-foot-4 guard averaged 4.2 point and 3.1 assists in 28 games for the Milwaukee Bucks. He was shooting 45.5 percent from the field and 39.1 percent from the three-point line before getting injured.
Marshall was a first round draft pick of the Phoenix Suns in 2013. He spent a portion of the 2013-14 season with the Los Angeles Lakers.
Philadelphia made two more moves today. The Sixers agreed to deals with the team's 2015 second round draft pick J.P. Tokoto and undrafted rookie free agent Christian Wood.