Found April 23, 2013 on Around the Arc:
This morning a few of the scribes over at Philadunkia took a stab at naming who they think might make a good GM option for the 76ers this summer. Many feel that Tony DiLeo is not the man for the job, leaving us to ponder other options. Check out the full rundown here, while my excerpt, suggesting that the Sixers look at one of the Suns former general managers, is quoted below."This summer the Sixers could follow in the Phoenix footsteps and make one of the Suns’ former GM’s their own. Rumors are circulating that Bryan Colangelo, the man who built the mid-2000’s Suns, may be out of the Raptors front office this summer. Aside from his success with the Suns, Colangelo was named 2007 NBA Executive of the Year with Toronto, and was able to make moves to improve the franchise going forward, including trading for Rudy Gay this past season. Colangelo’s basketball IQ and ability to pair players together would be extremely beneficial to the 76ers, as the organizations owners are not know...
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