General manager Sam Hinkie said the Denver deal with JaVale McGee and a first-round pick was "exactly" the kind of deal the 76ers have been looking for.
The 76ers are expected to be active at the Feb. 19 trade deadline, but the team's core players are expected to remain intact.
A league executive said the Sixers were having a "negative effect on the integrity of the NBA," according to the Philadelphia Inquirer.
The 76ers are no longer pursuing a deal for the Cavs' top pick in the draft.
The 76ers are making arrangements to build a practice facility in Camden, New Jersey.
General manager Sam Hinkie said the Sixers "got a ways to go" to complete the rebuilding process.
The 76ers are currently $9.2 million below the NBA's minimum team-payroll threshold, but The Intellingencer reports that it "will have no effect on what the Sixers do."
Sam Hinkie said the Sixers are active on the market and are looking for talent.
Sixers owner Joshua Harris emphatically denied a rumor that the 76ers will be moving to New Jersey now that Harris' group bought the NHL's Devils.
The Sixers will hire Brett Brown to be their next head coach, according to Sports Illustrated.
The Spurs are expecting Brett Brown to accept the Sixers head coaching job.
There's no timetable for Spurs assistant Brett Brown to accept the 76ers head coaching job, a source close to the situation told Bob Cooney of the Philadelphia Daily News.
The 76ers have offered their head coaching job to Spurs assistant Brett Brown, according to Adrian Wojnarowski.
The 76ers have ruled out Bulls assistant Adrian Griffin as a head coach candidate.