Sixers are still looking at trade possibilities for their slimmed-down backup center.
Given how little those of us outside the Sixers' building have seen of Simmons, it is awfully difficult to envision the kind of player he will be in the NBA. Inside of those walls, though, something special seems to be emerging.
From Ben Simmons and Markelle Fultz to the newly acquired veteran players, Brett Brown has every reason to be happy heading into the 2017-18 season.
Six months after knee surgery, the star center has yet to be cleared for five-on-five scrimmages.
Not much in common on the surface, but Nelson and Redick cared about the same things, and about each other.
Joel Embiid strikes again, this time with the reigning Finals MVP in his crosshairs.
C. Daniel Medina Leal comes from Spanish soccer team FC Barcelona.
Keith Pompey will answer your questions in a live chat.
The Sixers have more talent and promise than they have in a long time. The buzz meant that more than 1000 area coaches showed up to hear what Brown had to say.
James Michael McAdoo played parts of three seasons with the Golden State Warriors.
Heading into the 2017-18 season, he says "the hype is justified."
The 38-year-old's new post comes after two go-arounds with the team as a player before ending his 17-year career this past October.
The former Chester High and Saint Joseph's star is reaching different kinds of heights now in the NBA. Nobody his size is as old.
The race for a championship between the Celtics and 76ers is on, and Boston has the lead.