76ers Likely To Part Ways With Evan Turner

76ers guard Evan Turner can see the writing on the wall, and I think he senses that his future won’t in Philadelphia. The franchise that is full rebuild mode, decided to pass on offering Turner his fourth year extension, and now their are questions about Turner’s future with the franchise. According to Keith Pompey of the

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Michael Carter-Williams’ Monster First Quarter vs Heat (VIDEO)

The 76ers are supposed to be tanking for Wiggins, but if Michael Carter-Williams has it his way, there might not be a need for Wiggins here in Philadelphia. The 6’6″ rookie out of Syracuse started his 76ers career off on the night that Allen Iverson officially ended his, and both brought enough star power to

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76ers Head Coach Says He Only Has 6 NBA Players

Philadelphia is loving Brett Brown’s approach as he tries to lead the proud organization through a tank job for the ages. Brown wasn’t deceived when he accepted the job.  The 76ers are in rebuild mode, and the names on the roster tell you that much. Brown is a realist, and after the teams 104-93 loss to

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76ers Sign C Daniel Orton

Daniel Orton is the newest member of the Philadelphia 76ers and might have his best shot at playing significant minutes since he left Kentucky. RT @PompeyOnSixers: #Sixers sign Daniel Orton and waive Tim Ohlbrecht .http://t.co/Z5VsLKf6qz #76ers #NBA #OKC #Magic #BIGBLUE — Keith Pompey (@PompeyOnSixers) October 16, 2013 The Sixers signed  the 6-foot-10, 275-pound center to

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76ers Only Have One Healthy Big Man For Training Camp

The Philadelphia 76ers are in serious rebuild mode, and barreling full steam ahead into the Andrew Wiggins sweepstakes. Practice started over at PCOM on Saturday morning, and we can expect a lot of perimeter oriented play for the first few weeks. According to multiple reports the 76ers only have one healthy body in the post. “That’s the

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76ers Head Coach Wants Evan Turner To Find His Game

Call me crazy but the minute the 76ers hired Brett Brown as their head coach, I somehow envision Evan Turner playing the Manu Ginobili role for Philly’s new regime. Brown has a message for Turner according to The Philadelphia Inquirer, and it’s simply to “stop reading newspapers, and finding the passion in his game again.” “And

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Nerlens Noel worked With Roy Hibbert, Hopes To Return By Christmas

Nerlens Noel does not want to be like Andrew Bynum, so when he starts talking about dates for his NBA debut, you can best believe he’s going to be close on the date it is. According to Philly.com, Noel has been working diligently, and hopes to return by Christmas. “I feel great. I’m really starting to

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Grizzlies Trade G Tony Wroten Jr. To 76ers

The 76ers finally made another roster move, and we’ll see if it turns into something. Adrian Wojnarowski is reporting that the Grizzlies have traded guard Tony Wroten to the 76ers for a future second round pick. Memphis has traded guard Tony Wroten to the 76ers for a future second round pick, league source tells Y! Sports.

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76ers Owner Josh Harris Buys NHL’s New Jersey Devils For $320 Million

Philadelphia 76ers owner Josh Harris is now at the center of two cities and two fan base’s who generally don’t like each other. After inquiring into the availability of the NHL’s New Jersey Devils, Harris is now officially the owner after purchasing the Devils for $320 million on Thursday. Harris is the founder of one of

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