On Sunday, the Delaware 87ers release their full training camp roster as they begin their fifth season in the NBA G-League.
Yesterday, we wrote about the four players the Sevens drafted over the weekend. Four other players on the roster - including long-time NBA veteran Emeka Okafor - are designated affiliate players (meaning the Sixers had right of first refusal after waiving them during training camp).
Three players (most notably, former 87er and Temple Owl Dustin Salisbery) earned an invitation to Sevens' camp via open tryouts. The three holdovers from last year's roster include James Webb III, who averaged 13.2 points and 9.3 rebounds in 39 games last season.
James Michael McAdoo and Jacob Pullen are on two-way contracts with the Sixers and are expected to report to Delaware soon. Per the CBA, players on two-way deals can only spend 45 days with their parent club, and that clock begins when G-League training camps begin tomorrow.
The 87ers kick off the regular season on November 3 with a road game against the Maine Red Claws. On November 6, Delaware opens its home slate against the Westchester Knicks at 7:00 PM.