Sixers sign former Rockets wing Trevelin Queen to a deal in free agency

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The Philadelphia 76ers are very clearly looking to rebuild their bench and replenish the depth that they lost in the James Harden trade with the Brooklyn Nets. The bench unit has been in need of some help in order to help the team get over the top in the playoffs.

After agreeing to deals with P.J. Tucker and Danuel House, the Sixers have now agreed to a deal with another former member of the Houston Rockets, Trevelin Queen.

Queen, an undrafted player out of New Mexico State, played 10 games for the Rockets as a rookie in the 2021-22 season. He averaged 4.3 points and 1.6 rebounds and he stands at 6-foot-6 which gives him good size at the wing spots.

He will be brought in on a 2-year $3.3 million deal.

Queen did shoot 37.5% from deep on 2.4 attempts across those 10 games for the Rockets so it’s obvious what he can bring to the Sixers. He is another guy who can play on the wings and knock down an open look from deep.

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