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The potential Amare Stoudemire to-the-Sixers trade isn't necessarily dead.
Michael Carter-Williams is already preparing to be looked to as a leader for the Sixers.
Joel Embiid was finally successful in having a celebrity reach out to him.
The Sixers will be returning to their roots, according to their just-released preseason schedule.
On the court, the twins' synergy is evident. Off the court, the twins are inseparable.
Nerlens Noel is ready to make his NBA debut, thanks in part to Rajon Rondo.
The 76ers will open their 2014-15 schedule with two games on the road.
Ten of the Sixers' first 14 games are on the road and eight of their final 13 games are on the road.
Michael Carter-Williams heads into his sophomore season facing an unfamiliar foe: expectations.
The 76ers have signed former St. Joe’s forward Ronald Roberts Jr., according to a report.
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