NBA rumors: Ryan Broekhoff to Philadelphia

Adrian Wojnarowski: Free agent F Ryan Broekhoff is signing with the Philadelphia 76ers, agent Andy Shiffman of @PrioritySports tells ESPN.

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Brad Townsend: I’m told Mavs have no plans to waive Courtney Lee, despite calf injury that required season-ending surgery. Ideally they want Lee in Orlando. He’s a respected locker room guy, perhaps most importantly by Luka Doncic. If Lee remains on roster, no addition, including Broekhoff.
One obvious possibility to replace Lee is Ryan Broekhoff, who was waived by the Mavericks on Feb. 11 to make room for the signing of Michael Kidd-Gilchrist after Kidd-Gilchrist was waived by Charlotte. Broekhoff and wife Katie and 1-year-old son Jackson still live in Dallas. Broekhoff reportedly in recent weeks has received interest from teams in Greece and Russia.
Maccabi Tel Aviv is making plans for the next season and Ryan Broekhoff is among the top candidates on its radar as reported by Sport5. The 29-year-old Australian spent the previous two seasons with the Dallas Mavericks and was waived early in February.
Dwain Price: The @Dallas Mavericks have signed Australian G/F Ryan Broekhoff, who went undrafted in 2013 out of Valparaiso. Rick Carlisle said: "We like him as a shooter and a guy that can space the floor." Owner Mark Cuban said: "He's the best shooter in Europe."
Ryan Broekhoff: So excited to announce I am joining the @dallasmavs. A dream come true. All the hard work and sacrifices have been worth it.

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Eddie Sefko: The deal for 3-point specialist Ryan Broekhoff out of Australia is for 2 years at the minimum. He's expected to join Mavericks in Las Vegas for summer league but won't play in games there.
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