New Sixers addition Danuel House Jr. goes to work in pickup game

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With training camp continuing to approach, the Philadelphia 76ers are in the process of making sure everyone is ready to go when the time comes. This is a championship roster that has high hopes so being ready when the time comes is a hugely important aspect for this team at the moment.

New addition Danuel House Jr., who the Sixers acquired at the outset of free agency, played some pickup with some other NBA players and the veteran out of Texas A&M went to work. He was knocking down tough triples, he was getting to the basket with ease, and he was even handling the ball which is something he could do for the Sixers in a pinch when they need some help in that area.

House Jr. has experience playing with James Harden from their days with the Houston Rockets and that is something that will benefit him greatly when the season begins. His 3-point shooting as a catch-and-shoot option will bode well for him as he moves forward with his new team.


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Story originally appeared on Sixers Wire