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Here are a few things that can be expected from the team's second season under Sam Hinkie.
Luc Mbah a Moute rejoined the 76ers in time for their season opener Wednesday.
The NBA has returned and Charles Barkley can always be counted on to say the darndest things.
Rajon Rondo returned from a broken hand and the Celtics beat the Nets, 121-105, on Wednesday night.
The Bulls spoiled Derek Fisher's first game as a coach by beating the Knicks, 104-80, on Wednesday night.
DeMar DeRozan had 15 points and the Raptors opened the season with an 109-102 win over the Hawks on Wednesday.
Mike Sielski: There's been enough appreciation of Sam Hinkie's approach that rival owners are worried.
Here are five things to look for during what is sure to be a trying season for 76ers fans.
It has been more than 19 months since Nerlens Noel stepped onto a basketball court for a game that counts.
Brett Brown is still excitedly taling about the current state of the organization.
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