Following their big overtime win over Donovan Mitchell and the Utah Jazz on Wednesday, the Philadelphia 76ers are riding high heading into the NBA All-Star break with the best record in the Eastern Conference. Still, good times can always be better and Daryl Morey has never been shy about making moves to improve his roster.

One area where the team could use a boost is behind the three-point line. To that end, Philly’s president of basketball operations may have his sights set on a certain Sacramento Kings big man.

As reported by The Athletic‘s Shams Charania, the 76ers are among the slate of clubs said to have shown interest in Kings sharpshooter Nemanja Bjelica.

The Miami Heat, Golden State Warriors, Milwaukee Bucks and Boston Celtics have also weighed the possibility of making a play for Bjelica, per the report.