The 76ers might fire head coach Brett Brown and promote Mike D'Antoni, according to a report.
Brett Brown's head coaching job with the 76ers is safe, according to league sources.
Brett Brown recently met with veterans John Lucas and Chuck Hayes, and acknowledged that he's looking to add some veteran leadership to the young 76ers' roster.
Brett Brown and the 76ers agreed to a two-year extension.
Brett Brown admitted he sometimes feels the "enormity" of the SIxers rebuilding process.
Brett Brown recently said that his team is "built to turn the ball over."
Coach Brett Brown is considering a change in his offense and slowing down the pace.
Brett Brown said that he would like to add another point guard to the roster if the 76ers are granted the hardship exception.
Coach Brett Brown said he expects less turn over on the roster this season.
The 76ers are favored for the first time this season against the Knicks for Friday's game in Philadelphia.
Brett Brown understands the questions that are being raised about the 76ers this season, but he remains focuses on the long-term goals of the franchise.
Brett Brown will start Tony Wroten, Hollis Thompson, Luc Mbah a Moute, Nerlens Noel, and Henry Sims for the 76ers preseason opener vs. the Celtics on Monday.
The Philadelphia 76ers are reportedly interested in acquiring the first pick in the 2014 NBA Draft from the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Sixers owner Josh Harris called the 2013-14 season a "huge success" on Friday.