Found September 25, 2013 on
Royce White may actually be trying to become an NBA player.
The often talked about forward is constantly mentioned in the media for everything but his prowess on the basketball. White spend all of last year battling with the Rockets about planes, trains, and automobiles.
When he wasn’t arguing with the Rockets, White was either making babies, or allegedly smacking up his personal assistants.
White may finally be trying to turn the corner as a ball player after being traded to the 76ers this summer. Keith Pompey of the Philadelphia Inquirer is reporting that White is actually working out with his new teammates and will be on hand for this Friday’s media day.
Deep Sixer: Royce White working out with Sixers http://t.co/B9dvH23nAp
— Keith Pompey (@PompeyOnSixers) September 25, 2013
“He is slowly getting to a level that we want to try to bring him to,” Sixers coach Brett Brown said of the power forward who was acquired in July trade with the Houston Rockets. “It’s exciting to see what ...
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The Philadelphia 76ers have signed Nerlens Noel and Michael Carter-Williams to rookie scale contracts.
The 76ers acquired Noel, the No. 6 pick, in the June NBA draft and selected Carter-Williams with the No. 11 pick.
Noel is expected to miss a large part of the season rehabilitating a torn ACL.
Photo via Brian Babineau/NBAE
After the Philadelphia 76ers panned out their coaching staff, they have finally secured their two rookies with deals.
The team announced on Tuesday that they have signed center Nerlens Noel and point guard Michael Carter-Williams. The terms of both pacts are not disclosed.
While Noel was nursing his knee during the summer league session, Carter-Williams...
Call me crazy but the minute the 76ers hired Brett Brown as their head coach, I somehow envision Evan Turner playing the Manu Ginobili role for Philly’s new regime.
Brown has a message for Turner according to The Philadelphia Inquirer, and it’s simply to “stop reading newspapers, and finding the passion in his game again.”
“And I hope he’s not caring about what goes...
Yesterday during a lengthy media session, 76ers head coach Brett Brown had some very interesting comments on former Temple star and friend of this site, Khalif Wyatt.
When asked about Wyatt, a rookie who comes to camp on a partially guaranteed contract, Brown said, “I think he’s tempting. There’s a tantalizing part of him, you know, ‘Is he Gary Neal?” – a scoring...
The 76ers have officially signed rookie point guard Michael Carter-Williams according to the team's director of public relations Michael Preston (Twitter link). The Sixers also formally confirmed the signing of Nerlens Noel which we heard about last week.
Noel and Carter-Williams had long been the only two first-rounders who remained unsigned with the exception of those players...
The Sixers’ official website has reported that the team has offically signed 2013 first round draft picks Nerlens Noel and Michael Carter-Williams.
Noel and Carter-Williams were the 6th and 11th overall picks, respectively, in the 2013 draft. Noel was acquired along with a 2014 first round draft pick from the New Orleans Pelicans in exchange for All-Star point guard Jrue Holiday...
Justin Holiday has agreed to a make-good camp contract with the Utah Jazz.
Holiday played collegiately at Washington and was most recently with the Philadelphia 76ers.
By: Adam Dandrea
Let the tanking the begin! It is going to be one crazy ride with the Philadelphia 76ers this year. They're going to stink. No, No, I don't mean stink, I mean STINK and there will be me, enjoying every minute of it. I never thought I would actually be looking forward to losing, finally a sense of direction! The best way I can describe how Sixers management...