Sixers GM Upset About Joel Embiid Dancing Shirtless at Concert With Injured Knee (Video)

The Philadelphia 76ers love to be secretive when it comes to Joel Embiid’s health, but at what cost. Fans were confused after seeing Embiid hit the stage with Meek Mill on Friday night, even after missing 12 of the teams previous 13 games with a knee injury. It didn’t help that the 76ers chose to

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Details on How 76ers Pursuit Forced Cavs To Pay JR Smith

The Philadelphia 76ers are an up and coming bunch with money to spend, and according to Marc Stein, helped another player land a huge deal with his original team. Earlier in the summer, Manu Ginobili was able to get big money out of San Antonio, after he reportedly considered signing an inflated deal for $14

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Joel Embiid Post Funny Tribute to Sam Hinkie on Instagram (Photos)

THE GOAT #HeDiedForOurSins #TrustTheProcess A photo posted by Joel Hans Embiid (@joelembiid) on Jul 23, 2016 at 4:17pm PDT Sam Hinkie will one day be the real MVP of the Philadelphia 76ers — with most acknowledging that the former GM was fired more for being the face of a horrible tank job — than he

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Sixers Introduce Bryan Colangelo as New General Manager

Your browser does not support iframes. Bryan Colangelo is likely to win another Executive of the Year award off the fruits of Sam Hinkie’s analytics, and today he was introduced to the masses. Colangelo most recently served as President and General Manager of the Toronto Raptors from 2006 to 2013. h/t: Philly Influencer

Bryan Colangelo taking over as 76ers general manager

It will no longer be in Sam we trust — but 76ers fans can take solace in knowing that their new GM has had success on multiple occasions of putting together playoff caliber teams. Hinkie’s resignation on Wednesday, clers the way for two-time NBA executive of the year Bryan Colangelo to take over as general

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Sam Hinkie Wrote 13-Page Resignation Letter To 76ers

Sam Hinkie went out in a swift, long-winded bang. According to Marc Stein of ESPN.com — Hinkie had no interest in reporting to Jerry Colangelo — nor watching ownership court his son — Bryan either. Hinkie wrote a 13-page letter, explaining the thought process behind his resignation. Sources told ESPN.com that the Sixers are in

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