Slow and steady.
That has been the Philadelphia 76ers approach to everything-basketball since Sam Hinkie took over as new team president and general manager and it doesn’t appear that turtle-like strategy will change anytime soon.
Back in May after coming over from the Houston Rockets, Hinkie said he was, “just trying to use information to make decisions”, when it came to his analytic and Moneyball approach to the game and that, “some people move along quickly and others don't”.
And right now with the 76ers’ coaching search and making a final decision in the process, Hinkie and Philly are certainly not moving very quickly -- that is until this week when the organization’s four-month search has reportedly come down to a final candidate.
According to the Philadelphia Inquirer, San Antonio Spurs assistant Brett Brown is the preferred choice to take over for Doug Collins, although the Sixers continue to keep their options open including Portland Trail Blazers assistant David Van...