Also we got a second player. Some of The Athletic's review:
Green should have enough left in the tank to spread the floor for Embiid and Simmons. While his shooting suffered in the playoffs, he was a good floor-spreader during the regular season. And even though he wasn’t hitting 3-pointers, specifically in the NBA Finals, the threat of him on the floor still made rotating defenders hesitate. They still regard Green as a threat to knock down 3-point shots, even when he’s not making them. On top of that, he’s still a solid enough defender within the team concept to make a difference and be disruptive.
Ferguson is a bit of a different story. The fourth-year wing is still trying to figure out how to knock down shots from the perimeter consistently. In his second season, we saw some real progress. He put up 36.6 percent accuracy on 290 attempts from deep. You’ll take that out of a freak athlete like Ferguson every season. Unfortunately, we didn’t see that accuracy remain in the 2019-20 season. Ferguson shot a grotesque 29.9 percent from deep on 168 attempts. For this trade to look really positive for Morey, the Sixers need Ferguson to knock down shots.