The Sixers open their regular season Wednesday night against the champion Heat, but a longer view was part of a team appearance yesterday in Center City.
On Wednesday, Allen Iverson will officially announce his retirement from the NBA. Until that day, he’s keeping busy getting dunked on… sort of.
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – The Sixers signed rookie free-agent Brandon Davies, the team announced Monday. Davies, 22 years old, is from Philadelphia, and played for BYU, where he averaged 17.7 points and 8.1 rebounds per game […]
The idea of rebuilding in the NBA is certainly more fun in theory than it is in reality. Tanking, as many call it, even at its most pure, is the practice of knowingly putting an inferior product on the court in the short-term, in exchange for the possibility of long-term success.
The Sixers cut their roster down to 16 by cutting four players, including Royce White and Khalif Wyatt.
Though Charles Barkley and Michael Vick played different sports, with different degrees of success in Philadelphia, they will both go down in Philadelphia sports history together in one particular category: lightning rods.
You know your favorite team is rebuilding when a projection of 24 wins is disappointing because it’s too high. Alas, here are your 2013-14 Philadelphia 76ers.
Athletes have wanted to be musicians, and musicians have wanted to be athletes. That doesn’t always mean they should try, but that doesn’t always stop them.
A local sports fan uses her front yard and Halloween to commemorate Philadelphia’s fired coaches.
Allen Iverson will be making it official, and he’ll be doing it with the team that drafted him.
The Sixers new slogan is “Together We Build,” and they’re giving people a chance to see what they’re building with… up close.
Lebron James is no longer chasing his first championship. With two rings, and four MVPs, now James is chasing history. With his place as one of the game’s greatest all-time players cemented, the only question now is where on the list James will fall.
Since the last made up trade column, the Sixers have actually started playing basketball.
With the firing of Peter Laviolette, Eagles head coach Chip Kelly became the longest tenured head coach in Philadelphia (How many times have you heard that this week?), among the four major sports, of course. If you asked soccer fans in Philadelphia that same question, their answer would be ‘John Hackworth.’
Nerlens Noel hasn’t played a game in Philadelphia yet, and he might not until 2014. But he’s already trying to fit right in.