Found August 02, 2013 on TheProBasketballTalk:
The month of August is typically a slow one for the NBA.  Teams are evaluating post Summer League prospects while making deals for the best of the rest that still remain on the Free Agent wire. It’s a time when coaches start formulating their plans and goals for the upcoming season, and have possibly even started articulating this to their respective teams.  Simple things like this are to be expected since it is only August. Like most teams the Philadelphia 76ers are surely following suit in these basic procedures. Well at least they would be, if they had actually had a coach. As of the date of this article the 76ers are the only NBA teams that are still missing a head coach. This typically wouldn’t be an issue if it weren’t the early days of August, when large portions of the off-season have already transpired. The NBA has successfully had its annual draft, Summer League exhibition, and in a few days will be revealing its upcoming season schedule. While it’s beco...
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