Former Sixer Evan Turner has reportedly agreed to a deal with division rival Boston.
The 2011-12 Sixers were one of five NBA teams to pull the must unlikely of upsets.
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.
Evan Turner is no longer a member of the Philadelphia 76ers.
From the second overall pick in the NBA Draft, to a deadline-day trade, Evan Turner is no longer a member of the Philadelphia 76ers.
We’re likely entering the final days of the Spencer Hawes and Evan Turner era of Philadelphia 76ers basketball. The trade deadline is February 20th, and it seems unlikely either guy will be on the team past that date.
Leave it to Michael Jordan, NBA owner, to take what we no longer want.
The Detroit Pistons’ frontcourt overwhelmed the short-handed Sixers for a 113-96 victory Saturday night.
It’s January 20th, and Thaddeus Young, Evan Turner and Spencer Hawes are still on the Sixers. Who would have guessed?
The Sixers figure to have three trade chips to play before February’s deadline; Spencer Hawes, Evan Turner, and Thaddeus Young. They could be looking to play two of those chips at once.
The Sixers held off a furious late rally by the Portland Trail Blazers to pull out a 101-99 victory Saturday night.
Evan Turner scored 23 points and Thaddeus Young added 17, helping the Philadelphia 76ers beat the slumping Denver Nuggets 114-102 on Wednesday night.
The Sixers snapped their 13-game road losing streak with a 111-104 victory over the Los Angeles Lakers Sunday night.
The Sixers lost to the Phoenix Suns 115-101 Saturday night in Philly’s first game in a week.
The last two decades have given us Donovan McNabb, Andre Iguodala and Ryan Howard. Before that, Randall Cunningham and Mike Schmidt were the subjects of such discussion. Players who at the mere mention of their names, will attract someone ready to tell you either how criminally underrated or overrated they are.