The Philadelphia 76ers are signing guard/forward Kelly Oubre Jr. to a one-year deal, as first reported by ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.
The contract is a veteran minimum deal, according to Keith Pompey.
The 76ers will be the fifth stop for the eight-year NBA veteran. He began his career with a prolonged stint in Washington before also spending time with the Suns, Warriors and Hornets.
The 27-year-old will enter the 2023-24 season after scoring at a 20.3 points-per-game clip last year in Charlotte. The nature of the veteran minimum agreement makes this a low-risk, high-reward move by the 76ers.
The signing brings the Sixers' training camp roster to 21 players, the league maximum. The 76ers will open training camp October 3 before the preseason schedule starts with an October 8 trip to Boston.