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Jamal Jones Aims To Become Next NBA Draft Pick Out Of D-League, Possibly With 76ers

by Shams Charania

May 6, 2015 6:26 PM

The 76ers will soon work out Jamal Jones, who is aware of the franchise’s interest and its possibility to make him a domestic draft-and-stash. Read more »

Tags: Jamal Jones, Philadelphia Sixers, NBA, NBA NBA Draft, NBA Draft General, NBA Draft Workouts

Coach's Corner: Celtics' Open Offensive System, LeBron's Lab, Malik Rose

by Brett Koremenos

Oct 20, 2014 11:19 AM

Why Brad Stevens' system will maximize the skill sets of Boston's ecletic group of players, how LeBron experiments in preseason and fallout from Philadelphia's tanking. Read more »

Tags: LeBron James, Jared Sullinger, Will Bynum, Boston Celtics, Cleveland Cavaliers, Philadelphia Sixers, NBA

Internal Improvement Candidates: Atlantic Division

by Jonathan Tjarks

Oct 16, 2014 5:50 PM

The Raptors were the poster boys for the benefits of internal improvement last season. Terrence Ross, Iman Shumpert, Mason Plumlee, Michael Carter-Williams and Tyler Zeller can offer their teams improvement from within. Read more »

Tags: Boston Celtics, New York Knicks, Philadelphia Sixers, Toronto Raptors, Brooklyn Nets, NBA

Dario Saric's Best Case Scenario

by Jonathan Tjarks

Dario Saric is a unique player with very defined strengths and weaknesses, which gives his NBA career a wide range of possible outcomes. Maybe the biggest reason for optimism is his age, as he is one of the youngest players at the World Cup. Read more »
Pierre Jackson's Rookie Season: Everywhere Except The NBA

by Cameron Schott

Pierre Jackson spent his rookie season as an "asset" without a roster spot and then ruptured his Achilles just after being traded to the 76ers. Here's his unique basketball story. Read more »
NBA Mock Draft, Version 1.0

by Jonathan Tjarks

With the Cavaliers, Bucks, 76ers, Magic and Jazz owning the first five picks, we can begin to examine what will go into the decision-making process of the the first 14 selection. Read more »
76ers Promising Rookies Playing Time, Big Market

by Andrew Perna

The 76ers, who have the third and tenth picks, are promising rookies playing time and a big platform in Philadelphia with the chance to improve immediately. Read more »
Hinged Upon Ping Pong Balls: Thaddeus Young’s Tenure With 76ers

by Daniel Friedberg

Thaddeus Young has been the lone constant in the ups and downs for the 76ers since 2007. He’s carved himself a niche in the NBA as a small-ball power forward who can disrupt the game with his activity and hustle. Read more »
Filling Out the 76ers’ Core With Their Two Lottery Picks

by Daniel Friedberg

With two lottery picks in this June's draft, the 76ers will have to nail both selections to build around their core of Michael Carter-Williams and Nerlens Noel. Read more »
MCW & Giannis: Why The Eye Test Still Matters

by Jonathan Tjarks

When you are evaluating young players, the statistics can only tell you so much. That's why there are still ways to find steals in the draft - look for the tallest, longest and most athletic guys at each position. It’s really that simple. Read more »
Searching For Journeymen

by Daniel Friedberg

Amidst the D-League hopefuls and marginal talent, a few players have proven themselves as NBA caliber, and deserve to have roster spots either with the Sixers or with another franchise. Read more »
Why Oladipo Deserves ROY Honors Over Carter-Williams

by Sam Yip

Victor Oladipo had analysts dubbing him as the preseason favorite to win the Rookie of the Year award until Michael Carter-Williams' stat-stuffing season began. Read more »
The Age Of Hinkie: Year 1

by Daniel Friedberg

Despite the outpouring of criticism aimed at the 76ers for tanking, what we are actually witnessing is a multi-year plan being masterfully executed. Read more »
Too Early For Nerlens Noel

by Daniel Friedberg

Nerlens Noel should not play this season, both for the good of himself and the 76ers franchise as a whole. He has to accept the team’s strategy and take full advantage of this time to focus on his development. Read more »
The Eastern Conference At The Deadline

by Haven Kaplan-Miner

The East deals included the only two All-Stars dealt (Antawn Jamison and Danny Granger), the two best players (Evan Turner and Spencer Hawes), and the smartest player (Professor Andre Miller, PhD). Read more »
The Case For Michael Carter-Williams As Fringe All-Star

by Andrew Perna

Michael Carter-Williams should at the very least be considered for a reserve spot in a conference that really lacks a dominant lead guard. Brett Brown and the 76ers are very high on MCW, but hadn't really thought about the strength of his candidacy when asked. Read more »
Michael Carter-Williams' Fresh NBA Stardom Reminds Philadelphia Of Iverson

by Shams Charania

Michael Carter-Williams will never score with the frequency Allen Iverson did over an entire career, nor become the unique cultural icon, but he’s already shown Philadelphia flashes of the level of talent that made A.I. a legend there and the mental makeup to go with it. Now, he’s hearing about it, too. Read more »
76ers Veterans Should Keep A Bag Packed

by Daniel Friedberg

Based on the track record of Sam Hinkie’s moves as general manager of the 76ers thus far, it is safe to assume that only two players on this roster are untouchable: Michael Carter-Williams and Nerlens Noel, meaning Evan Turner, Thaddeus Young and Spencer Hawes could be on the move. Read more »
The Bright Spotlight: Philadelphia 76ers

by Daniel Friedberg

The 76ers started the season quickly in what was supposed to finally be their chance for a full rebuild and a high draft pick in the 2014 NBA Draft. Read more »
30 Rapid-Fire Questions For Each Team's Front Office

by Benjamin Cantor

The following 30 questions are the biggest issues facing each NBA front office as the 13-14 regular season begins. Read more »

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