When it’s completed, the Sixers will no longer be the only team in the NBA without their own practice facility.
The Philadelphia 76ers plan to build a practice facility in New Jersey, a 100,000-square foot complex they expect to become the jewel of the NBA.
Mayor Michael Nutter says the city has been extremely competitive in its negotiations with the Sixers over the past two years showing the team six different sites, including at the Navy Yard.
A source told 94WIP’s Anthony Gargano that the Sixers want Andrew Wiggins badly.
Carter-Williams told the WIP Morning Show, “I’m pretty confident that I’m not going anywhere for a little while.”
The other day at a family party, my Cousin Vinny (yes, I really have a Cousin Vinny) described the current Philadelphia sports scene to a tee.
No one is talking officially, but it’s clear the full court press is on for an announcement as early as mid-June that the team will open offices and a practice facility along the Camden Waterfront.
The way Sixers fans chant “Hin-kie” or tweet #InHinkieWeTrust or wear shirts with his name and face on them at a draft lottery party on Tuesday night, you would think the Sixers were playing in the Eastern Conference Finals.
When Charles Barkley speaks, everybody listens. Barkley, the 1993 NBA MVP and 10-time NBA all-star, played his first eight seasons in Philadelphia with the 76ers.
Andrew Wiggins, Jabari Parker or Joel Embiid. Who will go first in the 2014 NBA draft? That’s the question everyone is asking on the morning after the NBA draft lottery.
The Sixers may have regained new relevance Tuesday night, when they drew the third overall pick in the NBA Draft Lottery, behind Milwaukee and the Cleveland, which drew the No. 1 pick for the third time in the last four years. The Sixers will also have the 10th overall pick, via New Orleans in the Jrue Holiday deal.
This year’s NBA draft lottery brings excitement and nervousness for Sixers fans.
The question is, who will that fan be?
hiladelphia 76ers guard and NBA Rookie of the Year Michael Carter-Williams has undergone successful surgery to repair the labrum of his right shoulder.
Joshua Harris received plenty of reminders in his New York home about his team’s struggles this season. Harris said he felt the sting of every defeat with all 63 losses by the Sixers.