General manager Elton Brand spoke to the media on Tuesday afternoon about the state of the 76ers as they head into a crucial offseason.
Firing Brett Brown was only the first step the 76ers needed to take this offseason in order to recover and become a championship contender.
The Philadelphia 76ers have fired Brett Brown, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.
The Philadelphia 76ers fell to the Boston Celtics 102-94 in Game 3, falling behind 3-0 in the first-round series.
The Philadelphia 76ers dropped Game One to the Boston Celtics, 109-101, behind Jayson Tatum’s 32 points.
The Philadelphia 76ers will be taking on their division rival, the Boston Celtics, in the first round of the NBA playoffs.
The 76ers are banged up heading into Tuesday’s game against the Phoenix Suns.
The 76ers have been working on a new lineup throughout their first handful of practices down in Orlando.
Brodes & D.Rey get into Allen Iverson’s birthday as he turns 45. Was he more impactful to the game of basketball or to culture? Also, it’s time to start talking about the Xs and Os of hoops now that the “NBA is back!” How does Ben Simmons’ injury factor into the Sixers’ run? Will Al Horford come off the bench? Will Mike Scott play center at any point? All that and more on this episode of Processed!
Brodes & D.Rey discuss the protests going on in the world along with the NBA coming back with a proposal approved by the NBA Board of Governors!
Brodes & D.Rey break down Brett Brown’s press conference and what Larry Brown said about Joel Embiid. Ben Simmons was throwing up due to back pain? Can Joel Embiid become the next Michael Jordan? There is so much to dive into on this episode of Processed!
Is head coach Brett Brown playing Ben Simmons too many minutes this season?
76ers fans need to be patient and not hit the panic button this early into the season.
Depth, something that has haunted the 76ers in years past, seems to not be an issue for the team this season.
Are more post-ups the answer for a struggling 76ers offense early in the season?
The Philadelphia 76ers this season will be defined by their defense and a bully-ball mentality rather than their perceived lack of outside shooting.
The Philadelphia 76ers used a game-winner from Furkan Korkmaz to defeat the Portland Trail Blazers and remain undefeated.
The Philadelphia 76ers have used the previous two drafts to add promising defensive players. Is it time to go with more sure things in the draft or to continue drafting for the future?
The 76ers opened up their season with a 107-93 win over the Boston Celtics.
Despite it being the preseason, there were definitely some key things to takeaway from the 76ers’ performance over the last few weeks.
Josh Richardson’s ability to be an all-around player makes him a perfect fit for the 76ers this season.
The 76ers are planning on using Friday’s preseason finale against Washington as a regular season tuneup.
The 76ers’ bench is able to continue the strong defensive identity brought to the court by the starting lineup.
Observations from Friday night’s 100-87 win over the Charlotte Hornets.