Philadelphia Sixers Front Office

Jerryd Bayless, 76ers Agree Upon Three-Year, $27M Deal
The 76ers have agreed to a three-year, $27 million deal with Jerryd Bayless.
Ish Smith Agrees To Three-Year, $18M Deal With Pistons
Ish Smith wanted to re-sign with the 76ers but received no interest at the start of free agency.
76ers Interested In Jordan Clarkson
Because Jordan Clarkson is under the Arenas provision, the 76ers can sign him to a deal that is heavily backloaded.
DeMar DeRozan To Meet With Raptors In Los Angeles On July 1st
DeMar DeRozan could meet with the Heat, Mavericks, 76ers and Lakers if he's unable to agree upon terms with the Raptors.
Raptors Have Approached 76ers On Trade For Nerlens Noel
The Raptors feel Nerlens Noel could fill the backup center role that Bismack Biyombo played.
Dario Saric To Join 76ers For 16-17
The 76ers and Dario Saric's reps are working on contract details.
Report: Adam Silver May Have Pressured 76ers Into Regime Change
According to sources, Adam Silver was "scared" by the "glorification of the Process" made famous by Sam Hinkie.
Nets, Kings, 76ers Interested In Allen Crabbe
Allen Crabbe had a breakout 15-16 season, scoring 14.2 points per 36 minutes with a True Shooting Percentage of .572 in 26.0 minutes per game.
76ers, Kings Interested In Dion Waiters
The Thunder acquired Victor Oladipo on draft night, which complicates the potential for Dion Waiter's return.
76ers Have Serious Interest In Signing Harrison Barnes
Harrison Barnes will be a restricted free agent, giving the Warriors matching rights.

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An Updated Scouting Report On Dario Saric

by Rafael Uehara

Dario Saric is expected to join the 76ers this offseason. Here is how he's developed in the two seasons he was drafted in 2014.

Leroux's 2016 NBA Draft Review

by Danny Leroux

Headlined by the great drafts from the 76ers and Nuggets, we go team-by-team to breakdown how every GM did based on the opportunities available to them.

76ers' Finally Have Optimal Optionality In Draft

by Jake Hyman

Taking three straight centers, including one who has yet to play, and neglecting to upgrade other positions played a part in the 76ers winning the lottery. This time they can pick anyone they want and the best players available fortunately aren't again centers.

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