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I know it’s the NBA Summer League, but any good showing is good news for your new employer. The Philadelphia 76ers traded away Jrue Holiday in the Nerlens Noel deal, and fans here in Philly were a bit on edge about trading away the teams best player.
If today’s showing by Michael Carter-Williams was any indication, fans here in Philadelphia have nothing to worry about.
Carter-Williams finished his first game as a 76ers with 26 points, seven rebounds, and eight assists against the Dwight Howard’s Houston Rockets.
He shot 8-for-23 against some NBA guys like Patrick Beverly and Greg Smith. Again it’s only summer league, but Carter-Williams might have a home here in Philadelphia.
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Philadelphia 76ers: Grading Their Busy Off Season So Far
By Dave Hilts: HoopStuff Staff Writer
It’s been a little over a week already, yet I’m not quite sure if I have fully recovered from the blockbuster deal that sent Jrue Holiday to the New Orleans Pelicans for Nerlens Noel. The 23 year old All Star now finds a home on the court with the likes of Eric Gordon, Anthony Davis...
Lost among the ending to the Dwightmare was the news that Royce White was traded to Philly. That means that we’re one re-signing away from Royce White, Andrew Bynum and Evan “the villain” Turner all being on the same team. I can’t overstate the joy this brings me. It has officially unseated the duo of Jimmer Fredette and DeMarcus Cousins as my favorite potential NBA reality...
Andrew Bynum reportedly left Cleveland Monday with a 2-year offer (2nd year being a team option) worth $24 million plus incentives from the Cavs, Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports reports.
Bynum, who missed the entire 2012-13 season with the Philadelphia 76ers with knee issued, is expected to meet with the Atlanta Hawks and Dallas Mavericks next. Bynum averaged 18.1 points and...
While the Cavs have already had a busy past two days, they might not be done just yet. ESPN.com’s Marc Stein is reporting that Cleveland could be interested in a one-year deal for All-Star center Andrew Bynum. Here are his latest tweets:
Team to watch in chase for Andrew Bynum: Cleveland. Hearing Cavs not only have legit interest but can also make lucrative one-year offer
Depending on the contract it could be low risk, high reward for anyone who signs Andrew Bynum. The Mavs have already stated they are cautiously pursing and now the Cavs are in the mix.
ESPN reports the Cavs would have interest if Bynum, if he is willing to sign a one year deal. Bynum hasn’t given any indications what he wants to do and also refuses to work out for any teams.
Cleveland’s interest in free agent center Andrew Bynum and his interest in signing with the Cavs is apparently enough for the former Laker and Philadelphia 76er to come visit-
Update on Cavs' pursuit on Andrew Bynum: ESPN sources say Bynum scheduled to be in Cleveland today for face-to-face recruiting sitdown
— Marc Stein (@ESPNSteinLine) July 8, 2013
Cavs, remember, would...
Ever go to a group sleepover when you were a kid, and the mother buys donuts the next morning? Everyone bum rushes the good ones first, and then there’s like one last coconut frosted one left, that’s kind of broken a little bit and has gross cranberry jam inside. Nobody really wants it, but it’s the last donut so three kids end up getting into a fight and one throws a tantrum...
The Portland Trail Blazers have agreed to a contract with free agent small forward Dorell Wright, who played last season with the Philadelphia 76ers, a person close to the negotiations said Saturday.
The person spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because the deal cannot be formalized until Wednesday under NBA rules.
Wright, a nine-year NBA veteran, averaged...
According to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports, forward, Dorell Wright has agreed to a 2-year deal worth approximately $6 million with the Portland Trail Blazers.
The 8-year NBA veteran averaged 9.2 points and 3.8. rebounds in 23 minutes per game for the Philadelphia Sixers this season. The Blazers will be his fourth NBA team, previously playing for the Miami Heat, Golden State...
The Dallas Mavericks have quickly moved on after being eliminated from the Dwight Howard sweepstakes, and now are carefully and seriously setting their sights on Andrew Bynum according to an ESPN.com report.
The Mavs will proceed with caution due to the knee condition that caused the 7-foot, 285-pound Bynum to miss all of his lone season with the Philadelphia 76ers, the sources...
The Portland Trail Blazers have reached agreement with Dorell Wright on a two-year, $6 million deal.
Wright was most recently with the Philadelphia 76ers.
Andrew Bynum had an excellent season last year with the Philadelphia 76ers. How? He got paid to sit on the bench as he tended to his glass knees. The Sixers [...]
Unable to sign Dwight Howard in free agency, the Dallas Mavericks will pursue Andrew Bynum.
Bynum is an unrestricted free agent after missing the entire 12-13 season following a trade to the Philadelphia 76ers.
When healthy, Bynum is one of the NBA's best centers. The Mavericks will take a measured approach in their pursuit of Bynum due to injury concerns.
The Houston Mavericks and Cleveland Cavaliers are interested in
signing free agent Andrew Bynum.