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The 76ers are not forcing Doug Collins out, according to a source.
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The big story for most of the Philadelphia 76ers 2012-2013 season has been if or when Sixers fans would see Andrew Bynum on the court. The story has shifted over the past week or so and now revolves around the future of head coach Doug Collins. Many believe that Collins needs to go. Several reports have said that the organization wants to him to resign.... Read more
The Philadelphia 76′ers season didn’t turn out as planned. The absence of their key centerpiece for this season, Andrew Bynum, caused a glitch the team never recovered from. Months ago I shared with you that I was told that even before Bynum discovered he had to have additional surgery, he wasn’t too interested in playing for Sixers head coach Doug Collins. I was also told...
The big story for most of the Philadelphia 76ers 2012-2013 season has been if or when Sixers fans would see Andrew Bynum on the court. The story has shifted over the past week or so and now revolves around the future of head coach Doug Collins. Many believe that Collins needs to go. Several reports have said that the organization wants to him to resign. The Sixers will not extend...
We'll always have D-Rose getting hurt
10) Still kind of mad at him for being injury prone as a high draft pick in the '70s
9) It's the only way to stop the constant Mo Harkness puling
8) Smells like onions, feet and sadness
7) By moving him, they keep alive the delusion that Evan Turner isn't useless
6) Spencer Hawes has totally promised to try much more often...
Andrew Bynum and his knee situation may or may not be his fault.
But refusing to provide the Philadelphia 76ers with a measure of dignity is.
Bynum was a no-show for team pictures on Wednesday.
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Some members of the 76ers' organization prefer a coach who is more pliable in his dealings with management and players.
The marriage between the Philadelphia 76ers and its head coach and city legend, Doug Collins appears to be headed towards an awkward divorce.
Philadelphia Inquirer columnist Bob Ford is reporting from various league sources that 76ers brass would prefer Collins not return for the 2013-2014 season, and they would prefer he simply quits or retires so they don’t have to pay him.
Trading away good talent in Andre Iguodala, Maurice Harkless and Nikola Vucevic for Andrew Bynum, who didn’t log a single minute, the 31-47 Sixers didn’t have the best of luck this season. Topped off by a postgame rant in which he ripped his team for a lack of effort after a sixth straight loss on February 26, the season just never panned out how they hoped and the organization...
Philadelphia 76ers head coach, Doug Collins, has one season left in his current contract, and word around the league is that the Sixers’ front office hopes Collins will opt out of his final season. Collins is 62-years old and has $4.5 million left to put in his pocket on this current deal. Reports indicate that the Philadelphia 76ers have no plans to extend his contract, citing...
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I have been trying to think of what to call this season. I could call it the season from hell. That sounds pretty good. Nah, get more creative Joe. How about the “Era of Bynum”, version TWO? I can save that one for another day. I know, “The Season That Never Was”. Man, that headline makes me [...](Read more...)
Jrue Holiday scored 22 points, and the Philadelphia 76ers found enough motivation to put the Washington Wizards' pursuit of ninth place to rest for good Friday night, pulling away in the second half for a 97-86 victory.
Thaddeus Young added 18 points and 13 points for the 76ers, who had played a pair of stinkers since being mathematically eliminated from the playoffs but handled...
Both the Philadelphia 76ers and the Cleveland Cavaliers are eying the future with nothing to play for in the final week of the season. Whether respective coaches Doug Collins and Byron Scott are part of those long-term plans is uncertain as the teams meet Sunday in Philadelphia.
The 76ers (32-47) will miss the playoffs for the first time since 2010, and there has been plenty of...