12:02 AM EST, Sat November 29, 2014
Philadelphia 76ers Rumors & News
philly.com 21 hours ago
Brett Brown hopes that history will be kind to the 76ers. On the surface, the Sixers have been linked to the franchise's dismal 1972-73 squad after a 99-91 loss to Brooklyn on Wednesday at the Wells Fargo Center.
philly.com 23 hours ago
Coach Brett Brown could be looking overseas in the hopes of finding someone to spark Sixers.
philly.com Nov 27, 2014
The Philadelphia 76ers remained winless after losing their 15th straight game to the Brooklyn Nets 99-91 at the Wells Fargo Center.
The 76ers made franchise history Wednesday. Well, they tied it, at least. A 99-91 loss to the Brooklyn Nets at the Wells Fargo Center was the Sixers' 15th straight to open the season, tying the organization's all-time worst start.
Michael Carter-Williams is in a funk. The 76ers point guard is not the player he was a season ago, when he won NBA rookie of the year.
Grand Rapids Press Nov 26, 2014
Virtually everyone has the Pistons ranked among the NBA's bottom five teams and a handful have them ahead of only the woeful 76ers, who have lost 14 straight games to open the season.
Brett Brown has enough to worry about just trying to win, and, on top of that, he has to figure out who's best on the floor.
His necktie loosened, 76ers coach Brett Brown took a deep breath Monday night and cracked a slight smile. Brown's team had just hung with Portland, one of the league's best teams. The Sixers stayed competitive even though they didn't hit a single three-pointer and grabbed just seven offensive rebounds.
The 76ers are sinking further into winless purgatory. They are now without a victory through 14 games to start the season after a 114-104 loss to Portland Monday night at the Wells Fargo Center. A home loss Wednesday night against Brooklyn would tie the franchise record set in 1972-73 for most losses to start a season.
Sixers have an interest in forward Furkan Aldemir, who is known for his rebounding skills.
The Sixers lost to the Portland Trail Blazers, 114-104, at the Wells Fargo Center on Monday, November 24, 2014.
After staying close to the Trail Blazers early, Sixers come apart at the seams and lost, 114-104.
Furkan Aldemir is set to become a 76er this season. The Turkish power forward/center had his Turkish league contract terminated. Aldemir, a 6-foot-9, 230-pounder, confirmed on his Facebook page Monday afternoon that he's heading to the NBA, where the Sixers hold his rights. That statement came hours after his agent told CNN Turkey that Aldemir will join the Sixers.
His positive play cannot be sporadic
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