2019 Free Agency

Report: Joe Johnson earns free agent look from 76ers, Pelicans

Seven-time NBA All-Star earned Big 3 MVP honors this summer

The Big 3 MVP is reportedly earning an NBA look.

Joe Johnson, who played 17 NBA seasons — most recently a 2017-18 campaign split between Utah and Houston — joined the Big 3 for this summer’s run. A dominant performance ensued. Per Marc Spears of The Undefeated, the seven-time NBA All-Star has earned the opportunity to work out for the Philadelphia 76ers this week and the LA Clippers, Milwaukee Bucks and Denver Nuggets afterward, having already drawn interest from the New Orleans Pelicans.

Playing for The Triplets in the Big 3, 1-on-1 specialist Johnson — long known as “ISO Joe” — provided a slew of clutch highlights while racking up across-the-board numbers. He scored a league-record 175 points across eight games, also leading the Big 3 in assists (31) and posting top-five totals in rebounds (60; T-3rd) and steals (9; 2nd). He shot 39.0 percent from 3-point range and 48.5 percent overall.

Johnson’s teams reached the playoffs each season for the final decade of his NBA career (’07-08 through ’17-18). A career 16.1 ppg scorer (44.1 FG%, 37.1 3P%), Johnson most recently averaged 6.8 points (40.6 FG%) in 21.9 minutes per game for the Rockets and Jazz.