Adrian Wojnarowski, of Yahoo Sports, released the news that the 76ers had let go Kwame Brown and Darius Morris on Wednesday.
Kyrie Irving scored a season-high 39 points and hit the game-winning layup with 0.6 seconds remaining in the second overtime to lift the Cleveland Cavaliers to a 127-125 win over the Philadelphia 76ers on Saturday night.
Allen Iverson came back to Philadelphia to announce his retirement on Wednesday, three years after he last played in the NBA.
Ben Gordon scored 22 points off the bench, and the Charlotte Bobcats cruised to a 110-84 preseason win over the Philadelphia 76ers on Thursday.
Sam Hinkie often talks about the “process.” His process for finding a head coach, one that seems like it’s taken forever, seems to be coming down the home stretch.
The question of whether the Phillies will be buyers or sellers in the trade market is no longer of major importance.
It looks like the push to get the great Wilt Chamberlain immortalized on a U.S. postage stamp is getting close to the finish line.
A website dedicated to “optimizing the experience of attending live sporting events” has ranked the Wells Fargo Center as one of the top NBA arenas in 2013.
A documentary will look at the life and career of Julius Erving, on the 30th anniversary of his only NBA championship.
Iverson has accepted the Philadelphia 76ers’ invitation to return for his bobblehead night Saturday and will present the game ball before they play Charlotte.
The 76ers have provided an update on center Andrew Bynum’s surgery.
Pargo was playing on a 10-day contract.
Jrue Holiday was selected for his first All-Star game, becoming the youngest player in Sixers franchise history to be named an All-Star.
One of two West Philadelphia brothers accused in a double shooting at a stop on the SEPTA Market-Frankford EL last month will stand trial.
Philadelphia will play Friday night at Indiana without its leading scorer, guard Jrue Holiday.