The Sixers had one player crack the All-NBA roster. The Philadelphia 76ers’ 2019-20 season was by and large a disappointment. Not much went right. With that said, individual performances can often transcend team performances.
Myers being linked to front office openings is nothing new, as he is one of the most highly-coveted minds in the NBA, helping construct the Warriors' roster that went to five straight NBA finals, winning three.
The Philadelphia 76ers were able to land the franchise point guard because of a trade with the Milwaukee Bucks. The Milwaukee Bucks are next up on this series of articles covering the Philadelphia 76ers‘ best trade with each team in the NBA.
Benny Sieu-USA TODAY Sports About an hour before the start of the Celtics-Heat Eastern Conference Finals (*massive groan*), the NBA released its First and Second All-Rookie teams: Notably, for Philadelphia fans, Matisse Thybulle was not selected to one of the teams.
The Philadelphia 76ers are reportedly expected to interview Mike D'Antoni and Billy Donovan for their head coaching vacancy this week. Jason Dumas of KRON4 reported the two free-agent coaches will discuss the job with Sixers brass...
Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports On August 25, Elton Brand held a press conference to discuss potential personnel changes and what lies ahead for the Philadelphia 76ers after an incredibly disappointing season.
Players that are perennial All-Stars are prized by NBA teams because they are, frankly, tough to come by. So how come the media is always floating that the Philadelphia 76ers should or will trade Joel Embiid or Ben Simmons?
Of course the Philadelphia 76ers should have an offer prepared for the reigning MVP. Twitter has run amok with hypotheticals lately. Some have pondered the nature of a Ben Simmons–Giannis Antetokounmpo swap.
The Philadelphia 76ers were swept out of this year’s playoffs by their conference rivals, the Boston Celtics. A glowing disparity between the teams was the bench depth and continuity, factors that continue to hold back the Sixers.
The Sixers are expected to fire a prominent voice in the front office. When the Philadelphia 76ers fired Bryan Colangelo, not much changed. Sure, Elton Brand was appointed GM, but none of Colangelo’s cabinet was ousted alongside him.
Philadelphia has already fired head coach Brett Brown, a necessary move but also one that comes with questions: how much of a difference will a new coach make, and can the front office be trusted to make the right hire?
The 76ers definitely could use some soul searching as they head into their offseason. They have two of the best young stars in the game with Embiid and Simmons but they have very little flexibility in terms of roster adjustments.