5 shooters the Philadelphia 76ers could target this offseason

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3. D.J. Augustin

This is a random name to appear here, but one that should be given some serious thought. Augustin spent the last four years in Orlando where he shot 39% from three-point range. He would give the Sixers a reliable backup point guard who can come off the bench and score the ball.

Augustin averaged 10.5 points and shot 89% from the free throw line this season with the Magic. Over the course of his career, Augustin averages four assists and 1.5 turnovers per contest. He knows how to take care of the ball and is aggressive on the offensive end.

Just look at the point guard position for the 76ers in the playoffs. Is Augustin better than Shake Milton? We all know that they wish they had a viable backup like Augustin during those games.

This is a chance to take some pressure off of Simmons. If Philadelphia wants another player to handle the ball, that could be Augustin. There is no reason why the two cannot play at the same time.

There will be some teams after Augustin, so if the 76ers are interested, they will have to act quickly.

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