Playing in his second NBA season, Broekhoff appeared in 17 games for the 76ers. In 10.6 minutes per game, Broekhoff posted 4.2 points, 2.5 rebounds and 0.6 assists, while shooting 39.2 percent from the field, 25.0 percent from three and a career-best 87.5 percent from the free throw line. The Australia native made his season debut against the Cavaliers on Nov. 3, finishing with three points in two minutes of action. In a win over the Warriors on Nov. 20, Broekhoff established a season-high with nine points (3-3 3PT) in 12 minutes off the bench. He made his lone start of the season and matched that scoring total on Jan. 31 against Houston. Against the Hornets on Feb. 8, Broekhoff scored eight points and set season-highs in rebounds (9) and assists (4). Broekhoff did not join the Mavericks in Orlando for the restart.2018
Ryan Broekhoff made his NBA debut in 2018-2019 after five seasons playing professionally in Turkey and Russia. Known as a sharpshooter from deep, the 28-year-old certainly played that way with the Mavericks. In 42 games of action, he attempted 126 shots, with 93 of them coming from three-point range. Broekhoff connected on 41 percent of those attempts. His high for a game was four made three-pointers, something he did twice. The Australian also used his 6-foot-7 frame to serve as an effective rebounder for a perimeter player, averaging 5.0 rebounds per 36 minutes. Broekhoff scored in double figures five times for Dallas, with his high of 17 points coming in a win over Golden State on Mar. 23. His high for rebounds in a game was six (Apr. 5), and he also snagged five rebounds on four occasions. Broekhoff added 1.7 assists per 36 minutes to his work as a shooter and rebounder. On the defensive end, he averaged 0.5 steals and 0.3 blocks per 36 minutes.
August 6, 2018Signed a multi-year contract with the Dallas Mavericks
February 11, 2020Waived by the Dallas Mavericks.
November 24, 2020Signed a one-year, $1.62 million contract with the 76ers.
December 14, 2020Waived by the Philadelphia 76ers.