2:16 AM EDT, Fri October 31, 2014
Philadelphia 76ers Rumors & News
philly.com 4 hours ago
INDIANAPOLIS - While some of the names have changed, the 76ers showed Wednesday that they are similar to last season's squad.
The Sixers fell to the Pacers, 103-91, at the Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, Ind. on Wednesday, October 29, 2014.
INDIANAPOLIS - Luc Mbah a Moute rejoined the 76ers in time for their season opener Wednesday against the Indiana Pacers. The power forward did not play in the game at Bankers Life Fieldhouse.
NEW YORK - As the 76ers begin another unabashed effort to post the worst record in the NBA, former coach Larry Brown says he is disgusted by what has become of the team he led to the NBA Finals in 2001.
Brett Brown knows this season is all about development, and he is embracing it, as usual.
Before Sam Hinkie became the 76ers' general manager early last year, the people he knew around the NBA counseled him to consider the depth of the job's downside. Here was a franchise that, for all its efforts, had spent a decade fluctuating between mediocrity and irrelevance, and Hinkie used a gentle euphemism to describe his friends' and colleagues' unfiltered thoughts.
They are the face of the rebuilding franchise
Against the bad Sixers, good teams might choose to rest key players when visiting Wells Fargo Center
San Jose Mercury News Oct 27, 2014
The Philadelphia 76ers are looking to the future and willing to tank this season in order to score in the NBA draft lottery.
philly.com Oct 27, 2014
Right now, Michael Carter-Williams is the face of the 76ers. The reigning rookie of year's image is the one displayed on billboards around the Philadelphia area. His No. 1 jersey is the most worn by Sixers fans. And the 6-foot-6, bulked-up 196-pounder also will be the most criticized if his performance suffers this season.
Deep Sixer | Philadelphia Inquirer Oct 27, 2014
On today's edition of Sixers Insiders, the Inquirer's Marc Narducci and Keith Pompey preview the 76ers season with a heavy focus on Nerlens Noel and Michael Carter-Williams.
After buying the New Jersey Devils last year, it now looks like 76ers owner Joshua Harris is about to expand his portfolio across the Atlantic Ocean.
philly.com Oct 27, 2014
At Boston University, Brett Brown played and roomed with the father of newly acquired Marquis Teague.
76ers Player News
Michael Carter-Williams Will Probably Not Miss 50 Games
Sixers helping Embiid in his time of grief
Alex Len and Nerlens Noel ready to move past lost rookie seasons
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