2017 NBA Offseason Preview: Philadelphia 76ers

After nearly three seasons of radical rebuilding under Sam Hinkie, the Philadelphia 76ers started anew under Bryan Colangelo in the summer of 2016. Hinkie's ambitious plan of building through the draft started to produce real signs of improvement, while continuing to be set up well for the future. After another down season in 15-16, Philadelphia had the top pick in the 2016 NBA...
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Liberty Links: Bryan Colangelo embarks on European tour

Colangelo’s across the pond to checking on some important players. Since the Sixers are sitting out postseason play for a fifth straight year, general manager Bryan Colangelo is working on trying to ensure that doesn’t happen again next season. He’s been spotted in Europe checking up on two potential free agents, and will be visiting a Sixers prospect on his next stop. Here’s...
Via Liberty Ballers
21 hours ago

After Pacers Exit, It’s Time for Bryan Colangelo to Seek Out Paul George

The Philadelphia 76ers need to go after Paul George after the Indiana Pacers recent early exit from the NBA Playoffs. As of Sunday night, the Indiana Pacers find themselves officially out of contention for the NBA Championship. They held to the final minutes on in several of their games against the defending champion Cleveland Cavaliers, […] After Pacers Exit, It’s Time for Bryan...
Via The Sixer Sense
2 days ago

WATCH: Bryan Colangelo | Exit Interview (4.14.17)

Sixers President Bryan Colangelo speaks to the media following the conclusion of the season.
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7 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Sixers made ‘significant’ offer for Paul George at trade deadline

The Philadelphia 76ers were apparently in hot pursuit of four-time All-Star forward Paul George at last month’s trade deadline.ESPN’s Zach Lowe reported on Tuesday that the Sixers were among the teams that the Indiana Pacers engaged in George trade talks at the deadline. Kyle Neubeck of Liberty Ballers added that the Sixers made a “significant” offer for George that supposedly...
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March 21, 2017  |  Discuss

Winners and losers from the NBA trade deadline

The NBA trade deadline has come and gone. Boy, was it an active period around the Association filled with drama and intrigue. It pretty much started off when the Sacramento Kings shocked the basketball world by sending DeMarcus Cousins to the New Orleans Pelicans.This came immediately after Cousins himself took part in the All-Star Game in New Orleans, which acted as a nice little...
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February 23, 2017  |  Discuss

Brett Brown on the hot seat for Sixers?

Brett Brown has posted a horrendous record since taking over as head coach of the Philadelphia 76ers, but that was never really a concern. The team was constructed to be bad, as tanking was essentially part of the rebuilding plan. However, now in his fourth season as the team’s head coach, Philly is at a different point in “The Process,” and more is expected. The Sixers are...
Via Larry Brown Sports
November 09, 2016  |  Discuss

Colangelo: Sixers ‘absolutely not’ comfortable with three centers

Philadelphia 76ers general manager Bryan Colangelo made the clearest assessment yet of the team’s plans for their three young big men — namely, somebody’s getting traded. Colangelo told SiriusXM NBA Radio on Tuesday that the team isn’t comfortable having Nerlens Noel, Jahlil Okafor, and Joel Embiid all on the roster. He also said, however, that the Sixers wouldn’t make...
Via Larry Brown Sports
July 13, 2016  |  Discuss

The Philadelphia 76ers are making moves

The Philadelphia 76ers have been known to be the team that doesn’t make moves in free agency, mostly because of Sam Hinkie’s very different and interesting approach to running an NBA team. This year, however, things are different for the team that has been at the bottom of the NBA league standings for the past three years. With Bryan Colangelo as the general manager, the 76ers...
July 01, 2016  |  Discuss

Report: 76ers impressed with Ben Simmons after meeting

The Philadelphia 76ers finally got their face-to-face meeting with Ben Simmons and came away from it impressed by the presumptive No. 1 pick. Marc Stein of ESPN reports the Sixers met up with Simmons in Cleveland Thursday before Game 6 of the NBA Finals. “The Sixers, sources said, came away impressed by the 20 pounds of muscle Simmons is said to have added to his physique since...
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June 17, 2016  |  Discuss

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