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Hinkie’s 76ers Poised to Lay Low During 2014 Free Agency Period

June 27, 2013 was when everything changed. New General Manager Sam Hinkie pulled the trigger on a blockbuster move, trading starting point guard Jrue Holiday to New Orleans for a 2014 first-rounder and lottery pick Nerlens Noel and then selecting Michael Carter-Williams with the 11th pick. After half a season of mediocre play with the […]

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2014 NBA Draft: Sixers Two-Round Mock Draft 2.0

Every weekend, the Sixers writers at Khandyman Sports will be publishing a mock draft, projecting who the Sixers will select with each pick. Up this week, editor-in-chief Manav Khandelwal. To see them all, click here. Ever since the trade deadline, the Philadelphia 76ers (15-50) have been one of the worst teams in NBA history. They […]

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2014 NBA Draft: Sixers Two-Round Mock Draft 1.0

Every weekend, the Sixers writers at Khandyman Sports will be publishing a mock draft, projecting who the Sixers will select with each pick. Up first, Luke Green. We all know what the Philadelphia 76ers (15-47) are up to this season. They are purposely tanking this year for the draft. This year’s class is said to […]

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Report: Sixers to Buy Out Danny Granger

First, it was Earl Clark. Now it appears Danny Granger will be the second player acquired before last week’s trade deadline to be bought out by the Philadelphia 76ers. The report was published by Liberty Ballers’ Jake Pavorsky. General Manager Sam Hinkie traded Evan Turner and Lavoy Allen to the Pacers for Danny Granger and […]

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76ers Trade Deadline Round-Up: Sixers Deal Core for Expirings and Picks

What a day for the Philadelphia 76ers, as GM Sam Hinkie lived up to his reputation by making several huge moves, shocking Sixers fans everywhere. Hinkie started off the day by trading Spencer Hawes to the Cleveland Cavaliers for Earl Clark, Henry Sims, and 2 2014 2nd-round picks. Sims and Clark are both expiring deals, and […]

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Complete Philadelphia 76ers Trade Deadline Guide

Alright, lets get down to business here. As fans this season we have probably witnessed the worst Sixers (15-40) basketball since the early 90s. We have cried, we are frustrated and we are tired and sick of losing. Its’ understandable. But come today at 3 PM, all those frustrating moments this season could be worthwhile […]

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Who to Stash and Who to Trash: Sixers Roster

This season has not been a good one, and barring a miracle, it will not get much better. This season’s demise, however, has not surprised many avid fans. Most Philadelphians envisioned a similar trajectory for the year before it started. That being said, mediocrity, or even sub-mediocrity, is not going to become the standard for […]

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76ers Analysis: Evan Turner Becoming A Valuable Asset

Throughout the first 44 games of the season, Philadelphia 76ers SG/SF Evan Turner has had a career season thus far. Although he has not been very efficient lately, he is currently averaging 18.5 ppg and 6.1 rpg. The main factor that comes into play when it comes to lack of efficiency and increased points is […]

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Sixers Michael Carter-Williams Leading NBA Rookie of the Year Race

Submitted to Khandyman Sports from Justin at FantasyBasketballMoneyLeagues.com. We are a little more than two months into the 2013-2014 season and we can already determine which rookies will lead the race for the NBA Rookie of the Year award. Surprisingly, this season’s No.1 overall pick, Anthony Bennett from the Cleveland Cavaliers, isn’t even in the […]

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Arnett Moultrie

Philadelphia 76ers: Assessing the Impact of Arnett Moultrie’s Return

The Philadelphia 76ers (13-28) are eagerly awaiting the return of a first-round pick who has been sidelined since training camp with a lower-body injury. No, it is not Nerlens Noel, the Kentucky center who the team traded for during the 2013 NBA Draft, but PF/C Arnett Moultrie, who the 76ers traded for during the 2012 NBA Draft […]

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76ers Rookie Center Nerlens Noel Cleared to Resume Basketball Activities

The Philadelphia 76ers used this draft to invest in the future, trading All-Star point guard Jrue Holiday to New Orleans for two first-round picks and then taking point guard Michael Carter-Williams with the 11th overall pick. One of those first-round picks from New Orleans resulted in center Nerlens Noel, who fell all the way from No. […]

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Stay or Go? Sixers Would Be Foolish to Trade PF Thaddeus Young

After a blazing hot 3-0 start, the Philadelphia 76ers are starting to do what many experts predicted they would at the start of the season: lose games. Considered to be one of the teams “tanking” for a better spot in this year’s star-studded draft, the 76ers (8-20) have been involved in plenty of trade rumors […]

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