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Currently, the Philadelphia 76ers are overseas in Manchester, England to face off against the Oklahoma City Thunder in a preseason game and it appears that a group of 76ers players have decided to create a rap group.
Check out the 76ers rap crew which includes rookie Michael Carter-Williams, Tony Wroten, Vander Blue, Khalif Wyatt and we expect the album to drop soon:
Michael Carter Williams/Nerlens Noel image courtesy of Getty Images
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Kwame Brown is under contract for one more season with the Philadelphia 76ers, but Brett Brown does not know what role the veteran center will have.
"I don't know," Brown said. "We just have to get him healthy, and at career-best fitness, so he enjoys the pace of where we are playing at. And I think that he's trying to do that."
Despite his lack of living...
Philadelphia 76ers: Season Review and Predictions
By Matt Tonkinson: Hoopstuff Writer…
Sixers’ Season Prediction: 15th (last) in Eastern Conference
Season Analysis: The motto for Philadelphia this year has been dubbed, “Together We Build”, making it fairly clear that new head coach Brett Brown isn’t focused on winning a championship this year. It’s rare that a team can...
You would think having to go through NBA training camp, dealing with a new season, adjusting to pro-level competition and earning your minutes would be more than enough for young players in the NBA to endure, right?
Well maybe not for a few 76ers players.
It seems the 76ers young guns of Michael Carter-Williams, Tony Wroten, Vander Blue, and Khalif Wyatt are not only gearing...
Center Spencer Hawes made two free throws with four seconds remaining to give the Philadelphia 76ers a 106-104 victory over Spanish club Bilbao Basket on Sunday at the start their short European preseason tour.
Guard Evan Turner scored 25 points for the 76ers, who led 55-50 at halftime but allowed Bilbao to take an 80-79 lead going into the fourth quarter.
With the hosts leading...
According to NBA.com, the Sixers failed miserably this off-season.
In case you did not catch Sunday’s game on NBATV, the Sixers led by “The Enigma’s” 25 points and Tony Wroten, beat Bilbao Basket 106-104.
NBA.com has the highlights of Sunday’s preseason win.
Bob Cooney of philly.com writes that the signing of Ganai Lawal indicates how desperate the Sixers bigs situation...