The Sixers added former Blazers guard Gerald Henderson and Spaniard (and former Euroleague MVP) Sergio Rodriguez to a ledger of players now 19 long.

With 13 players permitted to stay on the NBA roster when the season begins, 12 members of the 76ers roster are slated to received guaranteed money in 2016-17, while seven others can — and likely will— be cut.

With more than $20 million still available under the new salary cap ceiling, more free agents could be on the docket. But for now, here's a brief look at how things stand for the Sixers:

Point guards (3): Jerryd Bayless ($8.6 million), Kendall Marshall ($2 million — nonguaranteed), T.J. McConnell ($874,000 — nonguaranteed)

Shooting guards (4): Gerald Henderson ($8.8 million), Sergio Rodriguez ($8 million), Nik Stauskas ($2.9 million), Hollis Thompson ($1 million)

Small forwards (4): Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot ($1.3 million), Robert Covington ($1 million — nonguaranteed), Jerami Grant ($980,000 — nonguaranteed), James Webb III ($543,000 — nonguaranteed)

Power forwards (5): Ben Simmons ($5.9 million), Carl Landry ($6.5 million), Christian Wood (restricted free agent), Richaun Holmes ($1 million), Shawn Long ($543,000 — nonguaranteed)

Centers (3): Jahlil Okafor ($4.8 million), Joel Embiid ($4.8 million), Nerlens Noel ($4.3 million)