After passing on Zack Rosen three times during Thursday's NBA Draft, the Sixers have added the former Penn PG to their roster for the Orlando Pro Summer League. Eight NBA squads will join the action from July 9 to July 13, playing one game each day during the five-day stretch.
With the fate of Lou Williams still up in the air and the Sixers in need of a guard, Rosen could eventually find a home playing for Philly.
"In terms of roster, spots, and the construction of the organization, from the outside kind of looking in, the Sixers are a good fit," Rosen said.
Given Rosen's free agent status, however, any team is free to invite him to training camp or sign him, including the other seven teams playing in the summer league.
It remains to be seen whether Rosen will also play in the NBA Summer League in Las Vegas, which will feature 24 teams playing in the 10-day tournament from July 13 to July 22.