The 76ers have reached an agreement with free-agent guard Kareem Rush.
A source close to Rush has confirmed that the shooting guard is in Philadelphia and will sign with the Sixers tomorrow.
Terms of the deal were not known.
Rush played last season with the Indiana Pacers, averaging 8.3 points and 2.4 rebounds per game. He also shot 38.9 percent from the three-point line. Last season, the Sixers were last in the league in three-point shooting.
Rush is a five-year NBA veteran who also played for the Los Angeles Lakers and Charlotte Bobcats.
His best season came in 2004-05, when he averaged 11.5 points a game for Charlotte.
Specific terms of the deal were not revealed, but one source said it was a minimum-level contract, which, for a player like Rush, who is credited with six years of service in the NBA, would be $998,398.
Sixers officials would not comment on Rush.
Rush will become the 10th player under contract for this season. He made $770,610 last season with the Indiana Pacers.