Found July 03, 2013 on
The Philadelphia 76ers have announced their Summer League roster for 2013.
Michael Carter-Williams, Arnett Moultrie, Arsalan Kazemi and Justin Holiday headline the team, who will be participating in the Orlando Summer League.
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
(Being continued from my grades for CLE, ORL, WAS, CHA, and PHX.)
Every team was aware that Ben McLemore was the most talented player in the draft but somehow, someway, he slid all the way down to number seven. The players picked six through ten could very easily make a better team than the first five picks when we compare them three years from now. Not only did the most talented...
Andrew Bynum is more than willing to listen to teams trying to woo him for his services.
But he won't work out with any team before signing, according to a report by Yahoo! Sports.
Bynum, who missed all of last season because of knee problems, has the size and skills to command big bucks on the free-agent market when healthy. But that's the main issue with the mercurial...
With any lucky, Andrew Bynum will be out of Philadelphia shortly, so I figured I should take advantage of what little time I have left and write yet another piece about Bynum while he is still topical to the 76ers.This piece ran originally on Philly.com and kicked up a lot of comments; people didn't have a lot of kind words for the big guy. But seriously, refusing to work out...
CBS Sports reports that Andrew Bynum will not be working out for teams that would be interested in signing him. This is a smart move by Andrew Bynum and his [...]
Now you can finally play as the likes of Acie Law, Andres Nocioni and Sonny Weems in your favorite video game, as you have not been able to do since those guys were dumped from the NBA for not being very good.
Those players, now plying their trades overseas, could be available for play in NBA 2K14, the next edition of 2K Sports’ signature basketball video game. The game will include...
James Southerland received consideration from the San Antonio Spurs to be drafted with the No. 58 pick in last week’s NBA draft, but the Syracuse alum never had a guarantee out of the organization that simply asked whether he would spend next season overseas, a league source told RealGM.
While Southerland didn’t know if the Spurs would ultimately select him, he understood going...