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A league executive said the Sixers were having a "negative effect on the integrity of the NBA," according to the Philadelphia Inquirer.
The Sixers aren't losing games on purpose once the games start, but it's somewhat clear they're not putting the best team on the court. They unloaded players at the deadline, have spent three lottery picks in the last two seasons on guys who aren't expected to have an impact in their rookie seasons, and they are not likely to be near the salary cap this season. Their rotation is going to be full of young, inexperienced players for 2014-15. Aug 4 - 12:05 PM

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The 76ers are no longer pursuing a deal for the Cavs' top pick in the draft.

The Cavs reportedly asked for the third, 10th and 32nd picks in the draft, which is a heck of a lot in this deep draft class. The 76ers should look to come away with a wing and a big in the top 10 while their five second-round picks can help them move up.
Jun 26 - 5:57 PM

The 76ers are making arrangements to build a practice facility in Camden, New Jersey.

The facility is 110,000 square feet and will also be the home of basketball and business operations. The plan is to begin building in October and move in for the 2016 season. The 76ers are expected to get major tax breaks from the move, which is the primary reason for their move across the Delaware River.
Jun 9 - 10:50 AM

General manager Sam Hinkie said the Sixers "got a ways to go" to complete the rebuilding process.

When a team loses 26 games in a row, they obviously have a long way to go. The Sixers potentially could start two rookies and two sophomores next season, so their development will take quite some time. They'll likely be looking at Andrew Wiggins, Jabari Parker or Joel Embiid with their third pick in the draft while there are lots of possibilities at 10.
May 23 - 10:37 AM

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."

If the Sixers don't have at least $52.8 million in team salary they'll split the difference among their own players. It's a mild punishment which won't prompt Philly to trade for a bloated contract or overpay a veteran, but they do have multiple holes to fill on their roster before heading into training camp.
Tue, Sep 3, 2013 10:08:00 AM

Sam Hinkie said the Sixers are active on the market and are looking for talent.

"We’re active out on the market, talking with lots of people. I’m focused on talent more so than [position]," Hinkie said. The team does need to bring on more money to meet the league's minimum salary requirement, but they're unlikely to make a big splash this summer. Their rebuilding process is going to take a while.
Fri, Aug 30, 2013 11:11:00 AM

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.

Harris bought the 76ers in 2011. He was asked about potentially moving the NBA club at Thursday's news conference to announce his purchase of the Devils. "There have been some conspiracy theories out there that I want to categorically shut down," Harris said. "The Sixers are staying in Philadelphia."
Thu, Aug 15, 2013 04:15:00 PM

The Sixers will hire Brett Brown to be their next head coach, according to Sports Illustrated.

It will be a four-year deal for Brown. All the signs have been pointing to Brown being the guy and it seemed like just a matter of time. The team has interviewed him multiple times and the Spurs, his former team, expected him to take the job. He'll take over a team that has a complete mess with a serious lack of backcourt depth and no real reliable scoring option. The Sixers are likely to be one of the worst teams in the NBA this season.
Mon, Aug 12, 2013 10:28:00 AM

The Spurs are expecting Brett Brown to accept the Sixers head coaching job.

Even if they haven't been contacted by Brown, it's fairly easy for the Spurs to piece this together after Brown had multiple interviews with the Sixers. He should accept the job at some point, but there is no timetable for him to do so.
Sat, Aug 10, 2013 05:20:00 PM

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 Sixers finally offered Brown the job Friday after months of dragging their feet and interviewing numerous candidates. It's unclear whether he'll definitely accept the job given the near-guarantee of heavy losses in his first season. The two sides are reportedly discussing contractual terms and, according to Cooney, an announcement wouldn't likely come until Monday at the earliest.
Sat, Aug 10, 2013 09:48:00 AM

The 76ers have offered their head coaching job to Spurs assistant Brett Brown, according to Adrian Wojnarowski.

The two sides are talking about contract details and if Brown accepts he'll become Philly's eighth coach in the past 10 years (succeeding Randy Ayers, Chris Ford, Jim O'Brien, Mo Cheeks, Tony DiLeo, Eddie Jordan and Doug Collins). Brown has been with the Spurs since 2002 and he has nine years of experience as a head coach in Australia. Assuming he is officially hired, wins and losses will quickly take a backseat to player development and defining a new culture for the rebuilding Sixers.
Fri, Aug 9, 2013 03:50:00 PM

The 76ers have ruled out Bulls assistant Adrian Griffin as a head coach candidate.

And then there were four. The Sixers also scheduled second interviews with Brett Brown, Jay Larranaga and Kenny Atkinson, while current assistant Michael Curry hasn't yet been ruled out for a promotion. Even Thaddeus Young joked about the Sixers' interminable search, recently asking reporters, "Who's the coach? Have you guys found a coach yet?"
Source: CSN Philly
Fri, Aug 9, 2013 03:34:00 PM

The 76ers have scheduled second interviews with four head coach candidates this week -- Kenny Atkinson (Hawks), Adrian Griffin (Bulls), Jay Larranaga (Celtics) and Brett Brown (Spurs).

Blazers assistant David Vanterpool and current Sixers assistant Michael Curry are also still in the mix. Among the remaining half-dozen candidates, Philadelphia will choose the coach best-suited to developing young talent, creating an atmosphere of accountability and camaraderie, and maintaining an optimistic outlook in the midst of unrelenting defeats.
Mon, Aug 5, 2013 04:54:00 PM

Spurs assistant coach Brett Brown is the preferred choice for the 76ers' head coach vacancy, a league source told Keith Pompey of The Philadelphia Inquirer.

The Sixers' coaching search is officially dragging. The team has been in touch with a dozen candidates over several months, but Brown, Michael Curry, David Vanterpool and Jay Larranaga appear to be the favorites. Which assistant is in the lead seems to depend on the day and the report, but it's clear GM Sam Hinkie is looking for someone young and up and coming to help him rebuild the Sixers.
Thu, Aug 1, 2013 04:38:00 PM

The Sixers have needs all around, according to GM Sam Hinkie.

Yes, they certainly do. The team drafted rookie point guard Michael Carter-Williams and they don't even have a backup behind him. Evan Turner, a player not living up to being the second pick of the 2010 draft, is the only real small forward on the roster and the team doesn't really have any star power. The Sixers aren't going to win many games, but the opportunity can be there for a number of players.
Thu, Aug 1, 2013 09:52:00 AM

Depth Charts

All Positions
PosRoleName
PG1Michael Carter-Williams
2Casper Ware
3Pierre Jackson
SG1Tony Wroten
2K.J. McDaniels
3Elliot Williams
4Alexey Shved
5Jordan McRae
SF1Hollis Thompson
2Luc Mbah a Moute
3Jason Richardson
4Ronald Roberts Jr.
PF1Nerlens Noel
2Brandon Davies
3Jerami Grant
4Arsalan Kazemi
5Jarvis Varnado
C1Henry Sims
2Arnett Moultrie
3Joel Embiid
4Hasheem Thabeet