Sixers point guard Michael Carter-Williams wins the NBA’s Rookie Of The Year.
The New York Post is reporting that Los Angeles Clippers owner, Donald Sterling, who was recently banned from the NBA for life and fined $2.5 million after TMZ published racist comments that he made, is battling cancer.
The Los Angeles Clippers have Monday off. Adam Silver likely won’t get that same luxury.
One of the city’s most iconic athletes, Allen Iverson, will be featured in the upcoming documentary, “Iverson,” which chronicles the life of one of the NBA’s best players.
When Evan Turner got traded from the Sixers to the Indiana Pacers just before the NBA trade deadline, it seemed like he was moving up in the world.
After finishing the season 19-63, the second worst record in the NBA, Sixers owner Joshua Harris called the season a “huge success.” Some fans and radio show hosts, particular WIP Morning Show’s Angelo Cataldi, took exception to that comment.
Duke sophomore Rodney Hood is entering the NBA draft.
For the first time in a long time, the team Brett Brown is coaching will not take part in the playoffs.
The Sixers finished up the regular season the same way they started it, with a win over the defending champion Miami Heat. Neverthless, the Sixers finished the regular season 19-63, the second worst team in the NBA behind only the Milwaukee Bucks.
Duke freshman Jabari Parker is entering the NBA draft.
Charles Barkley says he loves the way the Sixers have chosen to rebuild the franchise.
Syracuse sophomore forward Jerami Grant is entering the NBA draft, becoming the second Orange starter in less than three weeks to announce he’s going pro
The 2013-14 Philadelphia 76ers did not set the record for the fewest wins in an NBA season, as many predicted they would. They also managed to avoid losing their 27th straight game, so instead of holding that record exclusively, they share it with the 2010-11 Cleveland Cavaliers.
Kansas center Joel Embiid declares for the NBA Draft, giving the Sixers another option with their top pick.
Police in Lexington used tear gas to control rowdy fans and several couch fires were lit in the streets after Kentucky fell to Connecticut in the NCAA basketball championship final.