Khalif Wyatt will be a member of the Sixers -- at least for the summer.
A league source confirmed to CSNPhilly.com Friday that Wyatt will be playing for the Sixers' summer league team in Orlando. The story was first reported by SB Nation's Derek Bodner on Twitter.
The Norristown native and former Temple Owl previously participated in a pre-draft workout with the Sixers.
"The Sixers workout went well," Wyatt told CSNPhilly.com in an interview last week. "It was a little bit of a dream come true -- just the chance to be at PCOM, you know, that's where Allen Iverson practiced."
Sixers GM Sam Hinkie said in his post-draft press conference early Friday morning that part of the reason for his delay in addressing the media was as a result of the team trying to put together its summer league roster.
Wyatt finished his senior season as the A-10 and Big 5 Player of the Year while averaging 20.5 points per game. He scored 30 or more points seven times, including in both of Temple's NCAA tournament games against No. 8 North Carolina State and No. 1 Indiana. He scored a then-career-high 33 points at Madison Square Garden on Dec. 22, leading Temple to an upset of No. 3 Syracuse and the Sixers' first-round draft pick, Michael Carter-Williams.
Wyatt is also expected to participate in the Vegas Summer League with the Dallas Mavericks.
"Mark Cuban in Dallas was pretty cool," Wyatt said last week, referencing his pre-draft workout for the Mavericks. "He actually graduated from Indiana. He told me I almost gave him a heart attack."
Aiken and Galloway to play summer league
Former Saint Joseph's Hawk C.J. Aiken and La Salle Explorer Ramon Galloway will both be playing in the NBA's Las Vegas Summer League, separate sources told CSNPhilly.com on Friday.
Aiken will play with the Sacramento Kings and Galloway will play for the Denver Nuggets.
Aiken left St. Joe's after his junior year. The 6-foot-9 forward averaged 10.6 points, 5.6 rebounds and 2.6 blocks in his final season on Hawk Hill.
And Galloway, who transferred to La Salle after two seasons at South Carolina, scored 17.2 points per game in his senior season, while shooting better than 41 percent from both the floor and three. He was the leading scorer on a La Salle team that reached its first Sweet 16 since 1958.