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Bob Ford: The 76ers and the lesson of Jahlil Okafor

During the heady run from the lottery drawing to the NBA draft, as the 76ers gained the third pick, then traded up to get the first selection, the team's training …
philly.com Jun 26, 2017

The 76ers and the lesson of Jahlil Okafor | Bob Ford

Jahlil Okafor was a no-brainer pick in the 2015 draft, regardless of convenient hindsight. What happened?
Oram: Lakers willingness to make D’Angelo Russell a casualty of trade is fitting end to flawed tenure

Oram: Lakers willingness to make D’Angelo Russell a casualty of trade is fitting end to flawed tenure

Two years ago when the Lakers held the No. 2 pick in the NBA Draft, forgoing the predictable and safe pick of Duke forward Jahlil Okafor felt bold and daring in a way the Lakers, to that point, had not been. Their executives instead zeroed in on D’Angelo Russell. The way he commanded other players […]
Sun Herald Jun 20, 2017

Bill Oram: Lakers willingness to make Russell a casualty of trade is fitting end to flawed tenure

Two years ago when the Lakers held the No. 2 pick in the NBA draft, forgoing the predictable and safe pick of Duke forward Jahlil Okafor felt bold and daring …
Liberty Ballers Jun 19, 2017
Sixers News: Richaun Holmes thinks Ben Simmons can be a ‘generational superstar’

Sixers News: Richaun Holmes thinks Ben Simmons can be a ‘generational superstar’

We like the sound of that. Richaun Holmes was one of the great stories of the 2016-17 Sixers season, with the second-year big somehow carving out a role in a crowded front court. Assuming the Sixers eventually move on from Jahlil Okafor, there’s a clear path for him to become the primary back-up behind franchise anchor Joel Embiid. That means Holmes should be getting plenty of minutes alongside Ben Simmons, and he seems excited about the opportunity. In a conversation with Alex Kennedy for Hoops Hype, Holmes said anything is possible for last year’s No. 1 pick. Man, I’ve never seen...
CSN Philly Jun 10, 2017

L.J. Peak would look forward to reunion with Jahlil Okafor

Georgetown's L.J. Peak, who worked out for the Sixers on Wednesday, would love to reunite with his high school teammate, Jahlil Okafor. By Jessica Camerato

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