The Philadelphia 76ers are expected to "take a hard look at" Jrue Holiday in the 2017 free agency.
The 76ers traded Holiday at the beginning of Sam Hinkie's tenure as general manager for what became two lottery picks. Nerlens Noel, who was the first player acquired by the 76ers for Holiday, will also be a free agent this offseason.
With Ben Simmons expected to be the 76ers' de facto point guard, Holiday would be a natural fit with his defensive versatility against guards, playmaking off the dribble and perimeter shooting.
Holiday is averaging 13.9 points, 3.4 rebounds and 7.1 assists with a PER of 15.3 this season.