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The Philadelphia 76ers announced today that restricted free agent center Spencer Hawes has accepted the team’s qualifying offer. Hawes is completing his physical at Main Line Health and will begin practicing with the Sixers today. Philadelphia’s training camp roster now stands at 17.
“With the signing of Spencer, we now have our core returning - a [...]
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Philadelphia 76ers point guard Jrue Holiday missed practice Sunday due to a strained left Achilles' tendon.
The team has listed Holiday as day-to-day.
Holiday is coming off a second solid season with the Sixers, averaging 14.0 points, 4.0 rebounds and 6.5 assists.
A first-round pick out of UCLA in 2009, Holiday also averaged 1.5 steals per game.
The Philadelphia 76ers announced Sunday that center Spencer Hawes, a restricted free agent, has accepted the team's qualifying offer.
#Sixers officially announced team has re-signed Tony Battie.
— Philadelphia 76ers (@Sixers) December 12, 2011
Yahoo had an article about Tony Battie and really summed it up best.
Battie appeared in nearly half the games for the 76ers in the 2010-11 season and averaged about 10 minutes. While those aren't spectacular numbers, they are really valuable to a team that is...
On the darkest days of the NBA lockout, Elton Brand believed the season would be totally wiped out.
''So I got a burger, had some wine and went to sleep,'' Brand said, laughing.
He no longer needs his late-night splurge to cope with life without basketball.
Brand has the game back, and all his Philadelphia 76ers teammates and coaches along with him.
The Philadelphia 76ers announced today that the team has re-signed free agent center Tony Battie. Per team policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed. The Sixers training camp roster now stands at 18.
“We are happy to have Tony back with us,” Sixers President of Basketball Operations Rod Thorn said. “He will add depth to [...]
The Philadelphia 76ers re-signed center Tony Battie on Monday.
The 76ers brought back a veteran presence in the middle, the team announced Monday.
Center Tony Battie, a veteran of 13 NBA seasons, is returning for a second season in Philly.
"We are happy to have Tony back with us," Sixers President of Basketball Operations Rod Thorn said. "He will add depth to our frontcourt and his veteran savvy will be invaluable to our locker...
The Philadelphia 76ers have agreed to a new multiyear contract with restricted free agent forward Thaddeus Young, a former star at Mitchell High.