The Sixers would be very smart to acquire Dion Waiters from the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Former Sixer Evan Turner has reportedly agreed to a deal with division rival Boston.
Sixers Head Coach Brett Brown chatted with the WIP Afternoon Show about the NBA Summer League and the future of the team.
The Sixers may not be suitors for the league’s top free agents, but they find themselves in an interesting position to be able to gain from the decisions of LeBron James, Carmelo Anthony and other top names on the market.
Philadelphia sports fans have unwillingly had to display an ability to be patient and to wait. Now the Sixers have made it clear that they are going to push that level of patience to the brink and fans of the team will have to decide if they are going to come along for the ride.
The Sixers entered the NBA Draft with a league leading seven picks and the team walked away with seven new players. Not all of the newest Sixers will be on next season’s roster, nor will they all play in the first game. However, the team amassed a haul of new pieces and some future draft picks that have to have Sam Hinkie and Brett Brown happy.
Coming into tonight’s NBA Draft, things were split among experts and fans on what the Sixers would, and should do with their draft picks. The team wound up not trading up to the top spot in the draft, all but ending their pursuit of Andrew Wiggins. The team did not walk away with a player that would be ready to go on day one. Instead they selected Joel Embiid.
One NBA GM thinks Dante Exum could be the next Kobe Bryant.
Watch Andrew Wiggins’ NBA draft workout video.
Latest mock draft has Sixers landing Wiggins and Randle.
With five second-round picks, don’t overlook the important of round two.
Sixers Summer League schedule released.
Noel, despite not stepping on the court yet as a Sixer, says his goal is to get the Sixers back to the playoffs—not only for himself, but for Philadelphia as well.
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.