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The 76ers will have a bright future if Joel Embiid can translate his Twitter enthusiasm to the court.
Ed Rendell: All four major pro teams in Philly are giving fans plenty to talk about this summer.
The 76ers signed injured point guard Pierre Jackson to a one-year, partially guaranteed contract on Thursday.
Once again, the Sixers and Philadelphia native Dion Waiters are linked together.
John Smallwood: This time last year, Brett Brown wasn't a part of the Sixers organization.
With the summer league officially over, the Sixers are entering the quieter portion of their offseason.
Sixers Insiders: Keith Pompey and Marc Narducci recap Nerlens Noel's performance in the summer leagues.
Marcus Hayes: Philadelphia fans used to be vocal in their displeasure of the city's pro teams.
The trio fits perfectly into what Sam Hinkie is trying to build in Philadelphia.
The Summer League showcase couldn't have gone much better for Nerlens Noel.
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