The Sixers' guard-heavy draft leaves them with a lot of sorting out to do on their depth chart and could leave at least one familiar name without a job.
Independent shooting coach Drew Hanlen has confirmed that Fultz has the "yips" and "completely forgot how to shoot."
Smith wore No. 2 at Texas Tech in honor of the Spurs star.
Marc Eversley, vice president of player personnel, is regarded as the best in-house candidate for the GM job
It looked like it was going to be a fairy tale for Tyneeha Rivers because she was waiting for the NBA draft results, like any parent; nervous and excited.
With the acquisition of Zhaire Smith and a 2021 first-round pick from Phoenix, the Sixers are still somehow reaping rewards from the Michael Carter-Williams trade made more than three years ago.
It appears that Markelle Fultz won't play in the NBA Summer League while trying to regain the shooting form that made him the No. 1 overall draft pick in 2017.
Not long ago, taking big chances was what the Sixers were all about.
The pick the Sixers just acquired could end up with as much or more value than the one they used to draft Mikal Bridges, and maybe a lot more.
Mikal Bridges getting traded by the Sixers has Villanova fans hot, but the Sixers pulled off a heist in the deal. Plus thoughts on Donte DiVincenzo, Jalen Brunson, Omari Spellman and other local players.
Make no mistake, Brett Brown is happy with how Thursday night unfolded and thinks the 76ers made the right decisions for the team. But he admitted it was tough to give up on Mikal Bridges.
Now is the time to focus all of the Sixers' time and resources on getting a big-time free agent. The deal to acquire Zhaire Smith and a 2021 first-round pick was made with that goal in mind.
A quick-hitting look at the players the Sixers ended up with Thursday night.