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Philadelphia 76ers Rumors & News
philly.com Apr 22, 2014
This year's NBA draft is sure to affect who will stay and who will go.
Deep Sixer | Philadelphia Inquirer Apr 21, 2014
On this episode of Sixers Insiders, The Inquirer's Marc Narducci amd Keith Pompey review the 2013-2014 season, focus on the play of Michael Carter-Williams and look at what fans can expect this offseason.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) - The Philadelphia 76ers opened the season with a win against Miami, and they beat the Heat again in the finale.
One year into his term as general manager of the 76ers, Sam Hinkie has shown that he can put together a bad basketball team. In fact, after the trade deadline moves this season completed the uglification process, the Sixers were phenomenally bad.
Now the 76ers have to get lucky. You need some luck if you're going to build a winner through the NBA draft lottery.
Say what you will about the 76ers finishing with the NBA's second-worst record. I think this season has been a huge success for us, Sixers managing owner Josh Harris said during Friday's season-ending news conference. Obviously, I don't like to lose. In terms of having to live through a losing season, it's tough.
Sixers avoided losing ignominy, but some records will stand forever.
Josh Harris calls 19-63 season a 'huge success,' because it will eventually move team toward elite status.
Evan Turner and Spencer Hawes were two of the faces of the 76ers - then they were traded. The franchise acquired Danny Granger from the Indiana Pacers in the Turner trade, only to buy out his contact days later. Add a 26-game losing streak, the release of Kwame Brown, six 10-day-contract acquisitions, and Nerlens Noel, the sidelined rookie.
INDIANAPOLIS - Top-seeded Indiana won't have Andrew Bynum for its first-round series against Atlanta. Coach Frank Vogel said Thursday that he believes the Pacers' oft-injured center and former Sixer could still work his way back for the playoffs. But he won't be available for the first round, which opens Saturday in Indianapolis.
GM Sam Hinkie, who had the most to do with the 19-win season, is conspicuous by his absence.
Always one to go about his business, Thaddeus Young knows he soon will have some say with Sixers about how his future will unfold.
philly.com Apr 17, 2014
Thaddeus Young, who probably felt like the only shipwreck survivor still stranded on the beach this season, said he's going to wait until after the draft to have his big talk with 76ers management.
Plain Dealer Apr 17, 2014
The Cleveland Cavaliers will end up ninth or 10th in 2014 NBA Draft Lottery standings. The Milwaukee Bucks and Philadelphia 76ers will hold the top two spots.
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