The Phoenix Suns have agreements for Henry Sims and Cory Jefferson to compete for roster spots. Sims, 25, played 73 games last season for Philadelphia and started 32 games after starting 25 of his 26 appearances for the 76ers in the prior season. Jefferson, 24, is a 6-foot-9, 218-pound power forward who played 50 games as a rookie last season for Brooklyn
Philadelphia 76ers trade rumors: Hinkie will take your salary dumps and second round picks, thank you
Unlike last year’s trade deadline, when they parted ways with Evan Turner, Spencer Hawes and Lavoy Allen (netting five second round picks, four players they’ve since cut and Henry Sims, all in the same day), the Philadelphia 76ers probably won’t be as eager to sell off their main contributors this time around. Most of their players are still on rookie deals and provide more...
It’s no secret that Sam Hinkie loves his second round picks. In last year’s draft alone, the Philadelphia 76ers made five selections in the second round, with four more selections coming in next year’s draft. Hinkie acquires some of these picks in case he wants to swap with another team or needs to throw in a sweetener for a trade. Still others Hinkie keeps, either stashing...
The Philadelphia 76ers, who have already dropped to to a 0-3 record and are ranked 22nd overall in rebounds per game, need more production out of their big men.According to Keith Pompey of The Philadelphia Inquirer, center Henry Sims is questionable for tonight's game. Sims is battling an upper respiratory infection and did not participate in the team's shootaround today..@H_Sims14...
With March Madness in full effect this weekend and the 76ers underdogs in their match up with the Knicks on Friday and the Bulls on Saturday, we decided to give the usual Rapid Reacts post the weekend off. Despite the most recent set backs — a 1-point loss at the Garden against the Knicks and a 10-point defeat in Chicago — as well as a losing streak that has now stretched to...
Henry Sims providing spark for 76ersBack in late February on the day of the NBA trade deadline, the Philadelphia 76ers made plenty of different moves which shook up their entire roster. One trade they made was sending Spencer Hawes to the Cleveland Cavaliers for a couple of draft picks and center Henry Sims. When the Sixers made the trade with Cleveland, their main objective was...
The Cleveland Cavaliers have assigned center Henry Sims and guard/forward Carrick Felix to the Canton Charge. Sims has appeared in six games for the Cavs this season, averaging 1.7 points and 2.8 rebounds in 5.8 minutes per game and Felix has appeared in three games, averaging 1.3 points in 5.0 minutes per game.
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