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    @MikeSielski: The #Sixers' playoff loss to the #Celtics revealed some obvious yet uncomfortable facts. Here are three: Markelle Fultz co…

  • @TomMoorePhilly: #NBA column (with video): Would Nos. 10 and 26, plus a 2nd-rounder or player, be enough for #Sixers to move up 2-3 spot…

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  • @DerekBodnerNBA: Takeaways from the NBA Combine in Chicago, with a focus on options the #sixers may have at their disposal with the 10th…

  • @975TheFanatic: Has "The Process" to this point been worth it? #Sixers #TheProcess @TyJohnsonNews

  • @thephillyvoice: Could the #Sixers get in on Karl-Anthony Towns this offseason? Here's why they should — and why he actually makes sense…

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  • @TomMoorePhilly: ICYMI: #NBA column (with video): What would be a fair price for #Sixers to move up to No. 7 or 8 in draft to land top-3…

  • @TomMoorePhilly: #NBA column: #Sixers should consider trading up several spots in #NBADraft2018 for Missouri small forward Michael Porte…

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  • Sixers 2017-18 player evaluation: Richaun Holmes

    The Sixers made it quite clear from the beginning of the season that they were going to opt for substance over flash at the backup center position. Sure, Holmes can be the prototypical spark off the bench that comes in throwing down monster dunks, grabbing boards and blocking shots. Johnson is nowhere near the level of athlete as Holmes, but the veteran provided a steady approach to the game that Brett Brown favored for the Sixers.
    20 May @ 5PM

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  • Rumor: Here’s what it’ll take to pry Kawhi Leonard away from the Spurs

    Is Kawhi Leonard on the trade block, or isn’t he? There’s been rumors that teams like the Philadelphia 76ers are quietly targeting Leonard should he become available and the relationship become unrepairable with the Spurs. No doubt other teams have started to gather trade offers for Leonard, who has a player option after the 2018-19 NBA season.
    18 May @ 7AM

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  • Sixers 2017-18 player evaluation: Marco Belinelli

    The Sixers signed Belinelli in February after the veteran guard reached a buyout agreement with the Hawks. In 28 regular-season games with the Sixers, Belinelli averaged 13.6 points per game on 49.5 percent shooting, 38.5 percent from three-point range.
    17 May @ 5PM

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  • Sixers 2017-18 player evaluation: Robert Covington

    Robert CovingtonPosition: Small forwardStatus for 2018-19: Enters first year of four-year contract extension at $10,464,092Covington in 2017-18Ah, the curious case of Robert Covington. There's typically that one player on every team that fans love to
    17 May @ 5PM

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  • Sixers know actions will speak louder than words in crucial offseason

    You wish they did," Sixers head coach Brett Brown said last week during his end-of-season press conference. The primary summer work for Embiid would appear to be less complex but just as equally vital to the center taking his game up another level.
    17 May @ 5PM

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  • A chat with the bride from the Sixers' Draft Lottery Party wedding

    Hopefully the relationship that was sealed last night at the Sixers' Draft Lottery Party with a couple of "I Do's" is the latter. Yes, a couple got married at the NBA Draft Lottery Party put on by the Rights to Ricky Sanchez podcast at Xfinity Live on Tuesday night and was officiated by ESPN's Pablo Torre.
    16 May @ 5PM

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  • Sixers have eyes on both LeBron James and Kawhi Leonard this summer

    It appears that the Philadelphia 76ers, fresh off a breakout season of 52 wins and a second-round playoff appearance, are thinking big entering this summer. Don't be surprised if they also try to acquire San Antonio Spurs small forward Kawhi Leonard in a trade.  Sources have said the Sixers have expressed interest in the two-time all-star.
    15 May @ 8PM

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  • Sixers 2017-18 player evaluation: Jerryd Bayless

    After missing almost all of last season with a thumb injury, Bayless started the first seven games of the season. After missing six games, he returned to the rotation, but Bayless' shot wasn't falling (34 percent from three over his next 26 games) and his defense – which was never great – wasn't cutting it. It's obviously tough to find a signature game for Bayless considering he only saw action in 39 contest this season.
    15 May @ 5PM

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  • Sixers' newfound success means draft lottery now less important

    The NBA's draft lottery is set for Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in Chicago. The event has become a spectacle for Sixers supporters in recent years with each occasion representing a chance to land the next blue-chip prospect to push the rebuild forward. Sure, fans will still be excited for the lottery as the Sixers have an 86.98 percent chance of the Lakers' pick conveying to them at No. 10 and even a 1.1 percent chance of snagging the top selection for a third straight year (see story).
    15 May @ 5PM

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  • 76ers exercising T.J. McConnell’s team option

    T.J. McConnell has kept up with the 76ers’ ascension. If the 76ers declined his option, they could make him a restricted free agent this summer and more tightly control his long-term future. President of basketball operations Bryan Colangelo said Friday the Sixers will exercise McConnell’s contract option.
    14 May @ 10PM

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