Found July 16, 2012 on
Andres Nocioni is reportedly leaning toward a return to the NBA.
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Center Darryl Watkins was waived by the 76ers. The two-year veteran was acquired in a three-team deal last week that brought Dorell Wright to Philadelphia. Watkins has averaged 2.5 points and 2.8 rebounds in 12.0 minutes per game while spending time with Sacramento and New Orleans the past two seasons.
Scola's off to Phoenix. There are more 'small' Mavs transactions to come. Somewhere in the mix, Andre Iguodala's presence on this team's wishlists merits re-examination. It's easy to sit on the 'Get Iggy' bandwagon. But how does that stance hold up when keeping the Mavs' ultimate plan - 'Plan Powder' - in mind?
Will the Sixers sign a big name player this free agent season? No, the Spencer Hawes signing does not count. It does count in the salary expense and his two-year deal takes us further away from that marquee player or even a mid-level starter. What is left for the Sixers is finding some important role players. Players who can provide the Sixers with much-needed points and energy....
There are several unresolved issues surrounding the 2012-2013 76ers as they are currently constructed. Sure they added some athleticism in Harkless and Moultrie, and shored up the perimeter shooting with the additions of Dorell Wright and the hot-handed Nick Young, but the interior personnel is still an enormous problem. The Sixers did not quite have the most formidable frontcourt...