Thursday, July 2, 2015

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Don't expect Sixers to make a big signing, if any at all, during NBA's free-agent signing period, which began today.
Jahlil Okafor and T.J. McConnell are the only players scheduled to represent the 76ers in both the Utah Jazz and NBA summer leagues.
It appears the 76ers tenure of center Henry Sims and swingman Glen Robinson III are over.
Dr. David T. Martin joins the team from his senior sports science position in Australia, where he worked with Olympic teams.
Bob Brookover: Even if you like Sam Hinkie's draft, there's a lot of losing on the immediate horizon.
John Smallwood: The Sixers have dropped, relative to their January standing, while their peers have changed as well.
For Richaun Holmes and Jean-Pierre Tokoto, being second-round selections of the 76ers translates to great opportunities.
The 76ers were ordered to pay the Pelicans $3 million by the NBA last season for not disclosing Jrue Holiday's injury.
For the third time in six seasons, LeBron James is an unrestricted free agent.
Jahlil Okafor knows there will always be eyes on him, waiting for him to one day bring the 76ers out of their rut.
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