7:29 PM EDT, Mon March 10, 2014
Philadelphia 76ers Rumors & News
Hold my excitement. Though the trade deadline has passed and the Sixers are at the maximum of 15 players on the roster and they haven't won a game since Labor Day, Sam Hinkie and Brett Brown haven't stopped looking for diamonds nickels in the rough. Reports are coming in from Stein and Woj, separately, that the Sixers are trying out D-Leaguers Kevin Murphy and James Nunnally for the chance at a 10-day contract. The Jarvis Varnado 10-day contract expires today, so we'll see if he gets re-upped. Saw some nice blocks from him but he's largely useless as an NBA player otherwise. Hinkie does...
philly.com 2 hours ago
Brown Brown wants to keep Jarvis Varnado. We will find out Tuesday if the 76ers coach gets his wish.
philly.com 4 hours ago
Coach Brett Brown said Monday that he didn’t ask Nerlens Noel the meaning behind posting “4-4-14” a day earlier on Twitter.
philly.com 17 hours ago
There are times when Tony Wroten drives toward the basket with the recklessness of a beat-up car speeding through a residential neighborhood.
philly.com Mar 9, 2014
My look at some of the best and worst performances from the Utah Jazz’s 104-92 victory over the 76ers on Saturday night at the Wells Fargo Center.
philly.com Mar 9, 2014
Brandon Knight scored 25 points, but the Bucks, who are battling the Sixers for the league's worst record, fell to the Wizards, 114-107, Saturday night in Milwaukee. The Bucks have lost seven of nine and are the first NBA team to lose 50 games this season.
The Sixers fell to the Utah Jazz, 104-92, at the Wells Fargo Center on Saturday, March 8, 2014.
Courier-Post Mar 8, 2014
The Utah Jazz finally found a way to win on their six-game road trip: Play a team that can't win anywhere.
The 76ers hadn't won a game since Jan. 29 at Boston. Saturday's tilt against the struggling Utah Jazz provided their best opportunity to get back into the win column. Utah headed into the Wachovia Center losers of the first five games of their six-game road trip. In all, they had lost eight of 10 contests.
Sixers coach Brett Brown caught Spurs on TV the other night, and saw in them what he hopes someday to see in the Sixers.
On the second of three consecutive nights off this week, Sixers coach Brett Brown watched the Spurs-Heat game on Thursday. A former San Antonio assistant, Brown marveled at the Spurs' 22-point victory in an NBA Finals rematch.
Bill Gullan is the president of Finch Brands, a marketing and branding firm based in Old City, and he and his company took on the hardest job in Philadelphia sports last year. No, better still: They sought out the hardest job in Philadelphia sports last year.
Better to have rookie Michael Carter-Williams upset about things the court than to see him be passive about Sixers' poor play.
Coach Brett Brown has seen his 76ers team lose 15 consecutive games. He also recently lost his voice. But Brown insists he hasn't lost his mind, even though he has a belief in his team that few share.
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