Tuesday, October 6, 2015


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When the 76ers concluded training camp Saturday at Stockton University, spirits where higher than they had been the previous two seasons.
Hollis Thompson is still a viable option on the perimeter even after the addition of Nik Stauskas.
The 76ers added the meditation under the guidance of former strength and conditioning coach Jesse Wright.
Josh Harris does not regret using the third overall pick in the 2014 draft to select Joel Embiid.
Isaiah Canaan said he talks often to Clippers star Chris Paul about how to be a better leader on the court.
Second-year players know their role is to get strong at the defensive end of the floor.
No one would call Josh Harris a quitter if he ordered the 76ers to scrap its rebuilding process.
Harris said he wants to win, but is willing to let long-range plan play out.
There's a sense of excitement at Stockton University that wasn't present at the squad's previous two training camps.
Don't expect him to echo young players' predictions about making the playoffs. He's still focused on the process.