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  • 76ers make two deals, including one for Michael Carter-Williams

    76ers make two deals, including one for Michael Carter-Williams
    With $18.4 million in cap space available, Philadelphia 76ers general manager Sam Hinkie was looking to take on salary and add picks in NBA trade-deadline deals. Hinkie did that and more Thursday. After acquiring big man JaVale McGee and Oklahoma City's...
  • Charles Barkley says he was almost traded to Lakers

    Charles Barkley says he was almost traded to Lakers
    How would the Lakers have fared through the 1990s with Charles Barkley as their star player? According to Barkley, he was almost dealt to the Lakers by the Philadelphia 76ers in 1992. "I got traded to the Lakers one day and the Sixers retracted the...
  • Hinkie's reputation with fellow GMs could spell trouble for 76ers

    When the 76ers play the Nets on Friday night in Brooklyn, there won't be any on-court reunions with former teammates for the three players involved in a Dec. 11 trade between the teams. That's because none of them will be there. As with many of the...
  • 76ers suspend Kirilenko for not joining team after trade

    76ers suspend Kirilenko for not joining team after trade
    PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The 76ers have suspended forward Andrei Kirilenko for not reporting to the team after his trade from the Brooklyn Nets last month. Coach Brett Brown confirmed the suspension during a shootaround before Friday night's game in...
  • This time, Sixers may not make too many moves at NBA trade deadline

    The Philadelphia 76ers find themselves in a different situation than at last year's NBA trade deadline. A season ago, general manager Sam Hinkie was looking to unload impending veteran free agents Evan Turner and Spencer Hawes (along with former...
  • Sixers still have two in NBA Rising Stars game, but MCW not one of them

    Sixers still have two in NBA Rising Stars game, but MCW not one of them
    A year ago, Nerlens Noel was rehabilitating a torn left ACL at the all-star break. On Friday night, he'll be among the American first- and second-year NBA players facing the international first- and second-year pros in the Rising Stars Challenge at...
  • 76ers' comeback attempt falls short against Warriors

    76ers' comeback attempt falls short against Warriors
    PHILADELPHIA — The 76ers were a ready and willing opponent against the NBA-leading Warriors. They just weren't able to beat Golden State despite trimming an 18-point deficit to four in the final minute of an eventual 89-84 loss Monday night at the...
  • Covington leads 76ers to 4th straight home win

    Covington leads 76ers to 4th straight home win
    PHILADELPHIA — The Philadelphia 76ers used defense and effort to push their home winning streak to four. Robert Covington scored 11 of his 22 points in a pivotal third quarter, leading Philadelphia to an 89-81 victory over the Charlotte Hornets on...
  • Carter-Williams hopes to return

    Carter-Williams hopes to return
    Michael Carter-Williams is hoping to be back for Monday night's final game before the all-star break against the Western Conference-leading Warriors. The 76ers' second-year point guard will have a better idea of his chances after he works out today...
  • Celtics Too Much For Short-Handed 76ers

    Celtics Too Much For Short-Handed 76ers
    BOSTON (AP) — Jared Sullinger led six Boston players in double figures with 22 points, adding eight rebounds and seven assists to send the Celtics to a 107-96 win over the Philadelphia 76ers on Friday night. "We played 14, 16 minutes of bad...
  • Brett Brown aims to get Sixers shooting straight

    Brett Brown aims to get Sixers shooting straight
    PHILADELPHIA — Brett Brown knows it requires time to develop players into quality NBA shooters. Asked Thursday how long it takes, Brown replied, "I think anywhere from three to five years." "Everybody's different, but I think in general —...