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Morris will make the Sixers final roster.
12. Darius Morris
Morris was almost a lock to make Philadelphia's final roster. He's the most experienced of the non-guaranteed players, and has proven that he can be successful in the NBA.
Morris will provide relief for Michael Carter-Williams as the season goes on. He'll definitely have a chance to make an impact off the bench.
13. Hollis Thompson
Thompson did it.
His physical tools and 6' 8" frame are ideal for playing at either shooting guard or small forward. On top of that, he's very quick and has some leaping ability.
At first it looked like he was about a year away from making an NBA roster, but that appears to be wrong. Developing stronger ball-handling skills is in his best interest and will help him stay on Philly's roster.
14. Daniel Orton
Orton was a first-round pick in the 2010 draft. Since then he's played for two franchises in 29 games.
The Sixers will be his third team.
His potential and size were enough to make the Sixers' final roster, even though he joined the team late in the preseason. His experience is a bit limited, but he'll probably get more playing time than he ever has with Philadelphia.
15. Brandon Davies
In a bit of a surprise move, Philadelphia announced that the team had signed former BYU big man Brandon Davies.
The Sixers had cut their roster to 14 players and had one more spot. If they were going to sign anybody, then grabbing a power forward or center is definitely the right move.
It's unclear as to how much time Davies will end up seeing, but giving him a realistic shot can't hurt the team. Plus, potentially finding a diamond in the rough makes it worthwhile.