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Jordan McRae | Guard

Team: Philadelphia 76ers
Age / DOB:  (24) / 3/28/1991
Ht / Wt:  6'6' / 185
College: Tennessee

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Jordan McRae will be at 76ers training camp on a one-year tender.
It was reported last week that he won't be at camp, but this is still isn't a guaranteed deal. McRae is still unlikely to make the roster. Sep 25 - 4:39 PM

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Jordan McRae is not expected to be at 76ers training camp.

McRae was offered a non-guaranteed, one-year minimum deal by the Sixers last week, which allows the team to keep his rights for the season if he again signs overseas, but has yet to accept the offer. The 21-year-old rejected a similar offer from the 76ers last year before deciding to play in Australia and may be weighing the same options this year. We'll keep McRae's situation updated, but he can be ignored by fantasy owners for now.
Sep 17 - 12:49 PM

The 76ers have reportedly submitted the required tender to retain Jordan McRae.

The offer is a one-year, non-guaranteed deal worth $525,000, although McRae has not yet officially accepted it. Jordan averaged 18.4 points per game in the D-League last season, and with the Sixers hurting for scorers on the wings, he has a decent chance of making the opening-night roster in Philadelphia assuming he takes the deal. However, until he's actually on the official roster, there's no reason to draft him.
Sep 10 - 4:22 PM

The 76ers want Jordan McRae to play some point guard this season, according to Keith Pompey of the Philadelphia Inquirer.

The 76ers have some issues at point guard. Excluding the injured Tony Wroten (knee) at 6'6", all of their other point guards are undersized. McRae is more of a score-first guard with averages of 19.9 points in Australia last year and 18.4 points in the D-League. McRae did have a respectable 3.8 assists per game at the D-League and he's a solid 3-point shooter, so he's a decent fit. Owners in deep leagues can put him on their watch list, but he has to make the team first.
Aug 8 - 4:22 PM

Jordan McRae will be at training camp with the 76ers, but he doesn't have a deal with the club yet.

Mcrae's summer league was cut short due to a toe sprain, so he will face an uphill battle to make the regular season roster for the 76ers. He is not on the fantasy radar, but he is worth keeping an eye on during camp due to Philly's underwhelming backcourt..
Aug 2 - 11:53 AM

Jordan McRae (toe) will not play against the Nets on Wednesday.

He missed most of the action due to a toe sprain, but was able to get 11 minutes on July 14. McRae did struggle in that game, so maybe his foot injury was a factor. He'll need to step up in camp.
Jul 15 - 3:27 PM

Jordan McRae's sprained toe will sideline him again on Sunday.

The DNPs are hurting McRae's chances for a training-camp invite, but otherwise this injury has zero long-term implications.
Jul 12 - 3:16 PM

Jordan McRae will not play on Saturday due to a toe sprain.

It doesn't sound serious and hopefully he can play in the coming days. McRae is going to have to play well to make it to an NBA roster.
Jul 11 - 8:04 PM

76ers G Jordan McRae is listed as day-to-day with a toe sprain.

McRae wasn't able to practice on Friday, and it's unclear if the 76ers will allow him to play against the Lakers on Saturday. McRae led the 76ers in scoring during the Utah Summer League with 15.7 points per game, so there is some potential there. McRae wouldn't be on the fantasy radar if he was playing for any other team, but anything can happen in Philly given their lack of backcourt depth. Owners in deeper leagues should continue to keep tabs on him.
Jul 11 - 9:09 AM

Jordan McRae scored 19 points in Thursday's Summer League loss, hitting 5-of-16 shots (1-of-7 3PTs, 8-of-10 FTs) with two rebounds, two steals and one block over 35 minutes.

McRae was drafted No. 58 overall in 2014 and played overseas in Australia before returning for some D-League action last year. He had a good Summer League last year and he's in the middle of the action so far, so like many unheralded players before him in Philly we'll keep an eye on him until things shake out.
Jul 9 - 11:13 PM

According to Liberty Ballers, Jordan McRae will play for the 76ers in the Las Vegas Summer League.

To be clear, he won't be playing in the Utah Jazz Summer League, but this is still very exciting. The 76ers didn't address their backcourt in the NBA Draft, so McRae could potentially carve out a role in Philly if he impresses this summer. He is not on the fantasy radar just yet, but owners who will be in deeper leagues should keep tabs on him. Anything can happen in Philly, just ask Robert Covington.
Jun 27 - 9:24 AM

Jordan McRae said that playing for the 76ers next year would be a "great opportunity."

"I think it’s a great opportunity here," McRae said following a workout at the Sixers’ practice facility earlier this week. "They’re rebuilding and a lot of spots are open right now. I’m just trying to make the best of it." McRae spent the 2014-15 season playing overseas in Australia and with the 76ers D-League affiliate, and he feels he become a better defender and a more efficient scorer during that time. McRae will have an opportunity to prove his worth during Summer League, and with the 76ers roster looking the way it does, he certainly will have the opportunity for minutes if he earns a deal for the 2015-16 season. We'll track his progress closely this offseason.
May 22 - 12:27 PM

Jordan McRae said he will play in summer league with the 76ers before the team makes a decision on him in September.

McRate spent the tail end of the 2014-15 season with the Sixers' D-League affiliate, the Delaware 87ers, and will get a chance to prove himself in summer league before the team makes a final decision on him. While McRae has upside and could latch on with the 76ers, he shouldn't be on standard league fantasy radars entering fall drafts.
May 7 - 12:35 PM

Jordan McRae will join the 76ers' D-League affiliate, the Delaware 87ers.

The 87ers officially announced the acquisition of McRae on Thursday after he finished his season with Melbourne United in Australia's National Basketball League. McRae was selected by the Sixers with the 54th pick in the 2014 NBA Draft and while his contract is with the 87ers, the Sixers own his exclusive NBA rights. While McRae may get some run with the Sixers this season, he can be left on the waiver wire in most fantasy leagues for now.
Mar 5 - 1:26 PM

Jordan McRae could join the 76ers this season according to coach Brett Brown.

"We are always paying attention to Jordan," Brown said on Tuesday. "He’s in a good situation. He’s playing a lot of minutes and continuing to score. Jordan is always in the back of our minds." Coach Brown said this prior to Tony Wroten suffering a sprained knee, so there seems to be a real possibility that we could see McRae in the NBA soon. For what it's worth, the 6-foot-6 shooting guard is averaging 20.9 points per game for Melbourne United in the Australian National Basketball League, so owners in deep leagues should monitor this situation closely.
Jan 14 - 10:33 AM

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PG1Tony Wroten
2Isaiah Canaan
3Kendall Marshall
4Pierre Jackson
5T.J. McConnell
SG1Nik Stauskas
2Hollis Thompson
3Scottie Wilbekin
4J.P. Tokoto
5Jordan McRae
SF1Robert Covington
2Jerami Grant
3JaKarr Sampson
PF1Nerlens Noel
2Carl Landry
3Richaun Holmes
4Christian Wood
5Luka Mitrovic
C1Jahlil Okafor
2Joel Embiid
3Furkan Aldemir