Daryl Morey and the Sixers are clearly not too busy on this Thanksgiving holiday to get a little business done, as they have gone out and signed another player, as reported by ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski: Per Keith Pompey, this is a non-guaranteed contract as the Sixers work towards the 20-man training camp roster limit.
Why should the Philadelphia 76ers sign a minimum vet when they have Shake Milton? For much of the offseason, fans of the Philadelphia 76ers have been pining for their first real point guard since, well, Michael Carter-Williams, maybe even Jrue Holiday.
A year ago, Dwight Howard joined a Lakers team with championship hopes and was an integral part of helping them realize those goals. Howard clearly sees the same potential in the Philadelphia 76ers ...
The Philadelphia 76ers have presumably filled their 15th roster spot. According to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, the Philadelphia 76ers have signed Ryan Broekhoff to a one-year, non-guaranteed contract for the veteran minimum.
Howard believes that his work was done after the second game of the Western Conference Finals. By then, he had already established himself with Jokic and messed with the Nuggets big man enough where he could tone down the talking.
Could Austin Rivers still bolster the Philadelphia 76ers’ backcourt after all? For much of the post-draft, pre-free agency period, the Philadelphia 76ers were linked to one free agent above all others: Austin Rivers.
Daryl Morey is leading the Philadelphia 76ers strategically this offseason. Despite just starting his tenure as the president of basketball operations, Daryl Morey has already made some big changes to the Philadelphia 76ers roster.
Philadelphia 76ers President Chris Heck tells us about the team’s potential new cities and uniforms. Last week, our interview with Chris Heck caused a stir in Philadelphia, as some of his comments were perceived as being classist by Sixers fans.
Did Ben Simmons’ sisters just suggest a forthcoming Philadelphia 76ers trade? Are you ever having a relatively good day only to log into Twitter and see something that throws the rest of your whole day into wack?
The release of Norvel Pelle could signal some creative lineups for the Sixers in 2021. According to Keith Pompey of the Philadelphia Inquirer, the Philadelphia 76ers have officially waved backup center Norvel Pelle.
Since being named the 76ers' president of basketball operations, there has been speculation that Morey may try and ship off one of his young stars, both of whom would surely generate a ton of interest on the trade market.
In need of a traditional point guard and now with two personalities familiar with Chris Paul in Doc Rivers and Daryl Morey, the 76ers may be interested in making a move for the future Hall of Fame point guard.