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RIGHT NOW: Briscoe, Harrison, Poythress make 76ers summer debuts

It’s time for the 2017 summer league debuts of Isaiah Briscoe, Aaron Harrison and Alex Poythress, all with the Philadelphia 76ers.

The first game of the Sixers’ summer league schedule just tipped off on the first day of the Utah summer league. The three Kentucky guys and their Philadelphia teammates — including No. 1 overall pick, Markelle Fultz — are up against Jayson Tatum, Jaylen Brown and the Boston Celtics summer league squad.

The game can be found over on NBATV.

We’ll have the results up when it’s over for those who can’t watch it.

Article written by Drew Franklin

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7 Comments for RIGHT NOW: Briscoe, Harrison, Poythress make 76ers summer debuts

  1. db18
    7:07 pm July 3, 2017 Permalink

    They’re playing Boston

  2. BigBlueMeade
    7:12 pm July 3, 2017 Permalink

    Poythress out the gate is bringing a lot of energy!!

  3. DelrayCat
    7:53 pm July 3, 2017 Permalink

    All three were on the floor for a long stretch in the 2nd Q. Poythess will make the team and be a solid big off the bench for PHI. Briscoe won’t make the team, but has potential to get better in the G-league and maybe in a couple of years have a shot based solely on his tenacity and defensive ability. His size and lack of offense will certain limit his chances. And I am less optimistic about Harrison’s long-term potential in either league. Unfortunately, he just seems too slow and not very athletic.

    • BBNDan7
      8:15 pm July 3, 2017 Permalink

      Aaron just needs to find the right fit and he could be a nice role player. He’s about the same as Andrew who has found a nice role in Memphis

    • BBNDan7
      8:16 pm July 3, 2017 Permalink

      But unfortunately woth the league moving towards uber athletic and sharpshooting guards that will be easier said than done.