The Philadelphia 76ers still have six games left on the schedule before the playoffs begin on May 22 and they are still trying to work all of the kinks out as they get set for what they hope will be a deep postseason run. The Sixers are still trying to figure out their roster and who they will carry with them into the postseason.
In order to prepare for the final roster, the team announced on Thursday that they will waive two-way player Mason Jones. He only played in six games with the team and he averaged 2.7 points across those games. He mainly only played in garbage time situations when the game was already decided.
Jones did play 26 games earlier in the season for the Houston Rockets so he does have 32 games under his belt in the NBA. He also started a game in Houston so he can use that on his resume for his next stop on his basketball journey.
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