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Philadelphia 76ers: Free Agency Grade
By Matt Tonkinson: Hoopstuff Writer…
Traded For F Royce White
Traded For G Tony Wroten
Drafted C Nerlens Noel
Drafted G Michael Carter-Williams
Scrolling down to find the 76ers on a pre-season ranking list of NBA teams, can be quite the workout. Virtually all analysts predict that the Sixers performance this year will define the term “rebuilding-year”, complete with a new coach, Brett Brown, a new point guard, Michael Carter Williams and a new center, Nerlens Noel. With that in mind, you’d be hard-pressed to find a reason for Philadelphia not to be heavy spenders in free agency. But then again, not much is going to make sense this year, for a team with a tradition of post-season appearances. The Sixers did little to improve their team this year in the offseason with signings, but they seem to be slowly putting together pieces of the future puzzle with trades and draft picks and they have started with the addition of Noel and MCW.
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This summer the Philadelphia 76ers announced that the franchise had purchased an NBA Development League affiliate and that Joshua Harris & Co. were now the sole owners of the Delaware 87ers.
Then on August 29, the organization announced that the 87ers had acquired the rights to 16 players via the 2013 NBA D-League expansion draft.
So, now what?
The thing to keep in mind with...
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By Mike Elworth: Owner and Publisher/Hoopstuff…
We all know by now that the Philadelphia 76ers are going to porous this season, in fact, they could be historically awful. Their best player, wait strike that, their most talented player and best long term piece, is rookie center, Nerlens Noel, a 19 year old, far too thin...
The Philadelphia 76ers are in serious rebuild mode, and barreling full steam ahead into the Andrew Wiggins sweepstakes.
Practice started over at PCOM on Saturday morning, and we can expect a lot of perimeter oriented play for the first few weeks.
According to multiple reports the 76ers only have one healthy body in the post.
“That’s the situation we’re in,” Hawes said Friday...
Last Wednesday 76ers Head Coach of the Brett Brown met with the local media and discussed a number of items including Nerlens Noel’s health, what he sees in rookie Khalif Wyatt and applying what he learned at his previous coaching gig to Philadunkia’s home team.
However, of all the topics Brown talked about last Wednesday, his words on the importance of fitness and the work done...