Sam Hinkie has reportedly stepped down from his posts as the GM and president of the 76ers, according to ESPN's Marc Stein.
The 76ers are unlikely to make a trade before the February 18 deadline, according to general manager Sam Hinkie.
Jerry Colangelo said that the 76ers owner Josh Harris and NBA commissioner Adam Silver pleaded him to come help the Philadelphia franchise.
Jerry Colangelo's hiring as chairman of basketball operations in Philadelphia could signify the end of Sam Hinkie's run with the 76ers.
The 76ers hired Jerry Colangelo as a special advisor to their front office.
General manager Sam Hinkie said the 76ers are still exploring another trade.
In addition to getting Nik Stauskas, Carl Landry and Jason Thompson from the Kings, the 76ers also received a first-round pick and have swap rights with Sacramento in the first round of two other drafts.
General manager Sam Hinkie said he won't rule out attempting to sign a player to a max deal.
Sam Hinkie said that the 76ers will be looking to add perimeter players to the roster during free agency.
The NBPA is reportedly investigating the 76ers for any possible breach of the CBA.
The 76ers and the Trail Blazers are reportedly discussing a trade that would send Portland's No. 23 pick to Philadelphia in exchange for the 76ers No. 35 and 37 picks.
Despite the uncertainty surrounding Joel Embiid's foot, the 76ers will take the best player available with the No. 3 pick, regardless of position.
The 76ers have a "firm" top three on their draft board of Karl-Anthony Towns, D'Angelo Russell and Jahlil Okafor, according to Marc Berman on the New York Post.
The 76ers will take the best player available with the No. 3 pick in the draft as opposed to the best fit.