The Philadelphia 76ers will release former All-Star Elton Brand under the league’s amnesty clause, according to ESPN:
The move to release Brand will be necessitated by the expected signing of free-agent guard Nick Young and the planned re-signing of center Spencer Hawes.
Teams that did not use their one-time amnesty clause last season can waive one player via the amnesty provision between July 11-17 and see that player’s contract figures vanish from the team’s payroll for salary-cap and luxury-tax purposes.
The anticipated release of the once Chicago Bulls big man immediately makes one wonder which teams would want Brand, and the answer is simple, any team with a lot of cap space, and a need for a big man. The Bulls are pretty solid up front, and have plenty of issues when it comes to paying them. Their front line is solid partially because they pay big money for it. Doing the same thing to Carlos Boozer that Philly did to Brand is the move to make only if/when they have a big mov...