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Keith Bogans became the newest 76er Saturday, three days before the start of training camp.
You can count on the 76ers having one of the worst win-loss records in NBA history for the second straight season.
Frank Fitzpatrick: The recurring dream is as vivid as it is frustrating.
After a season on the sidelines, Nerlens Noel will finally make his NBA debut on opening night.
76ers head coach Brett Brown has given some good insight as to how he sees his lineup looking come the season’s start.
Brett Brown told the media Thursday that the 76ers' rebuild is three-to-five-year process.
There's a chance that Michael Carter-Williams won't get a chance to duplicate his great start from last year.
The Sixers have agreed to sign shooting guard Malcolm Lee, a 6-5 UCLA product selected 43rd in the 2011 draft.
Caldwell Jones, who helped the 76ers reach the NBA Finals three times, died Sunday of a heart attack.
Caldwell Jones was that quiet guy amid the 76ers' stars who didn't need points to speak for his game.
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