The Sixers made a huge splash, making a move to add all-star forward Jimmy Butler on Saturday afternoon, but they may not be done adding pieces to the puzzle.

According to Kevin O'Connor from the Ringer, the Sixers are interested in a reunion with Cleveland sharp shooter Kyle Korver.

They talked a trade with the Cavaliers for Kyle Korver during the offseason and retain interest now, according to league sources.

Korver is making $7.5 million with a partial guarantee for the same amount next year, averaging 5.5 points, hitting on .387 from 3-point range in 15.1 minutes per game.

After losing both Dario Saric and Robert Covington, the Sixers are in need of more 3-point shooting and Korver is still one of the best in the game when it comes to shooting from three-point range.