The 76ers have three players around whom they plan to build a champion. It all starts Wednesday night.
Brett Brown says reduction of timeouts will affect the flow of the game, and how it's coached.
Keith Pompey says bringing Joel Embiid along slowly is the best way to prevent injuries. Pompey points out that the 76ers center is not in game shape...
Embiid played 22 minutes, 25 seconds in the 2016 season opener.
An in-depth look at the 2017-18 Sixers.
Robert Covington went undrafted and he's playing on the last year of his 76ers contract.
The Thunder think they can challenge the Warriors, the Cavaliers have a new backcourt, and Josh Hart is bringing grit to the Lakers.
The young and promising trio of Joel Embiid, Ben Simmons and Markelle Fultz give 76ers fan hope they haven't had in Philadelphia in many years.
The Sixers bench has weapons that can complement its starting unit.
Saric was a runner up for rookie of the year last season, and he has continued to improve in the offseason.
Keith Pompey says T.J. McConnell will need to have a prominent role in the point guard rotation if the Sixers expect to reach the playoffs.
The 27-year-old is determined to make an NBA roster, and he doesn't care how he gets there.
Justtin Anderson has a chance to contend with Jahlil Okafor as team's most improved player.
As expected, the 76ers have converted point guard Jacob Pullen's contract to a two-way deal. The team also agreed to terms with forward Marc Loving, guard Andrew Andrews and forward James Webb III. None of those three players are expected to make the Sixers' opening day roster.