With the start of NBA free agency just mere hours away, here’s a look at five potential (and realistic) targets for the Sixers.

J.J. Redick: A logical fit for what the Sixers need - both on and off the floor - as he would provide floor-spacing and veteran experience. Redick will have ample suitors however, and there has been no indication that he is interested in signing with the Sixers.

Patty Mills: Mills is a veteran guard who could play on or off-ball alongside Ben Simmons and Markelle Fultz. His history with Brett Brown makes him an especially intriguing option.

Ben McLeMore: McLemore’s first four seasons in the league have been underwhelming, but he is still just 24 years old and has a skillset that would mesh well with what the Sixers need at this point in time. With his stock down across the league, McLemore could be a relatively cheap option for the team to add some floor spacing.

Andre Iguodala: The multi-faceted forward has grown both on and off the court since he last left Philadelphia, and could potentially provide the team with a veteran with championship experience in the locker room and a running mate for Simmons and Fultz on the floor.

Arron Afflalo: Not necessarily a flashy name, but Afflalo is a solid two-way player who could fit nicely into the Sixers’ rotation for the short-term and would also be relatively cheap.