Keith Pompey: All the struggle will be a footnote if it yields the No. 1 draft pick.
A relaxed atmosphere should come in handy this season.
The 76ers fleeced the Sacramento Kings last week in one of the most lopsided trades in recent NBA history.
Established players cringe at the thought of being traded to the 7-29 squad.
Despite the fact that the Sixers are not built to win, Brett Brown will not allow the team to accept losing.
The 76ers now have tough decisions to make. After they wrapped up the preseason Thursday.
Joel Embiid's selection indicates the 76ers remain committed to taking the best player available.
Outside of those YouTube clips, the 6-foot-6 point guard from Australia is an unknown in the United States.
Now the 76ers have to get lucky. You need some luck if you're going to build a winner through the NBA draft lottery.
Keith Pompey: Bishop Eustace's Carson Puriefoy III realizes his future probably won't include a lucrative NBA contract. That's why he's interested in schools with high academic reputations, not basketball factories.
Talk about breaking out of a shooting slump. Langston Galloway of St. Joseph’s had made just two of 24 three-point shots in the six games prior to Saturday’s tilt with Massachusetts.
Keith Pompey: Scootie Randall should bottle up his patience and sprinkle it on every high school player in the area. In this era of instant gratification, Randall waited for his turn at Temple. Now he has reaped the reward.