The Los Angeles Lakers just missed out on a comeback bid as a Tobias Harris game-winner gave the Philadelphia 76ers a morale-boosting win.
The Philadelphia 76ers and the Brooklyn Nets have emerged as preferred trade destinations for James Harden, who now wants out of Houston.
Despite the fact that the Lakers still have the inside track in re-signing Rajon Rondo, contenders like the Bucks, Celtics, 76ers and the Clippers are also in pursuit of the veteran playmaker.
Eastern Conference teams like the Philadelphia 76ers, New York Knicks and the Milwaukee Bucks are reportedly interested in trading for veteran All-Star point guard Chris Paul.
With the 76ers hiring former Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey, can they lure James Harden to play for Philadelphia?
With the Washington Wizards’ future still in limbo, we might see budding superstar Bradley Beal finally getting traded next season.
In probably the team’s last life-saving effort to make the Ben Simmons-Joel Embiid combo work, the Philadelphia 76ers hired Doc Rivers as their new head coach.
The Philadelphia 76ers are rumored to be interested in trading for Rockets star James Harden, and they can make that possible by hiring Mike D’Antoni as their next head coach.
After firing long-time head coach Brett Brown, the Philadelphia 76ers are now looking at potential list of candidates that includes Mike D’Antoni, Ty Lue and Billy Donovan.
The Philadelphia 76ers are now pursuing Mike D’Antoni after the 69-year old coach ended his stint with the recently-eliminated Houston Rockets.