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Over the past 2 seasons, Thaddeus Young has had a consistent role as a spark off the bench. Can that change with the acquisition of Andrew Bynum?
With the acquisition of Andrew Bynum, the 76ers need someone to step up and be his Robin. Jrue Holiday is the most likely candidate.
Tony DiLeo has been promoted to the 76ers General Manager position to work under team President Rod Thorn, and will take over for Thorn when he steps down at the end of the season.
For SB Nation's "Disappointment Day", we take a look at the 1986 NBA draft and how that series of events ruined the once proud Philadelphia 76ers.
With Andrew Bynum now in the fold, we take a look at what Bynum, Jrue Holiday, Evan Turner and Thaddeus Young would have to improve upon in order for the Sixers to take the next step towards championship contention.
A look at the 76ers potential starting lineup, salary cap flexibility, and draft pick situation after the Andrew Bynum trade.
Sixers associate head coach Michael Curry is reportedly one of the three finalists for the Orlando Magic head coaching vacancy. Curry has been given a lot of credit by Sixers head coach Doug Collins for the teams excellent defensive play.
The Dallas Mavericks have claimed for 76ers forward Elton Brand off of amnesty waivers for a little over $2 million, leaving the 76ers on the hook for the remainder of his $18+ million contract for this season.
A look at the 76ers salary cap situation after the signings of Hawes, Vucevic, and Nick Young as well as the amnesty of Elton Brand and the departure of Louis Williams.
The Sixers are reportedly talking to the Magic about their franchise center, Dwight Howard. Howard, who has one year left on his contract, maintains that he will test free agency if he's not traded to his preferred team.
A look at the new 76ers acquired last night in the NBA draft, and how they could fit with the 76ers current roster, and whether they indicate any future roster moves.
Some draft notes on potential 76ers picks, including my thoughts on them overall as a prospect and their fit with the 76ers.
With the NBA draft tomorrow, we took a look at the prospects in the draft and their potential fits as players on the 76ers, including players available both if the 76ers stay at 15 and if they move up.
The 2012 Liberty Ballers Big Board, from the editors of Liberty Ballers as if we were running the Sixers draft night strategy. Spoiler: Anthony Davis would go #1
Louis Williams has opted out of the final year of the 5 year contract he signed in the summer of 2008. He would have been paid just north of $5 million next season.
With Danny Ferry reportedly the front runner to take over Rod Thorn's duties, we talked with Conrad Kaczmarek, lead blogger of SB Nation Cleveland Cavaliers blog Fear The Sword, to get his perspective on Danny Ferry's tenure.
The Sixers are set to begin interviewing for Rod Thorn's replacement, having received permission from several teams to talk to executives. Thorn has 1 year remaining on his contract.
Blazers owner Paul Allen has had discussions with 76ers Vice President of Basketball Operations Tony DiLeo about their open General Manager position.
With season now in the rearview mirror, the 76ers face numerous roster decisions that are sure to shake-up the squad that went to game 7 of the Eastern Conference semi-finals.
Sixers owner Joshua Harris, on willingness to do what it takes to make the team a champion, including using the amnesty clause.
Lavoy Allen was ranked as the 500th best player in the NBA by ESPN heading into the season. After his stellar postseason play, that won't happen next year. Allen responds to ESPN's ranking with the utmost of class.