eague, but in Philadelphia, we're really just scraping for any cookie crumb that falls on the floor. The first crumb, the Sixers reported interest in Celtics guard Avery Bradley, was vacuumed away quickly as Bradley signed a four year, $32 million deal to remain a Celtic. The latest crumb comes from Alex Kennedy of Basketball Insiders, who reports that the Sixers, among many, many others, have expressed interest in unrestricted free agent shooting guard Kent Bazemore.

Bazemore came into the league with the Golden State Warriors in 2012 and spent most of his rookie year tethered to the bench, and struggled to earn consistent playing time in the 2013-14 season before being traded to the Los Angeles Lakers at the deadline, where he became a starter for the first time and averaged 13.1 points per game in 28 minutes per night.

Beyond the stat sheet, Bazemore is (stop me if you heard this before) an ultra-long guard, measuring in with a 6-11 1/2 wingspan on a 6-5, 201 pound frame. He's a very good on-ball defender and can also shoot a little, averaging 37% from three-point range during his admittedly small 23-game stint with the Lakers.