Philly drafted Markelle Fultz and like six other guys. Some will be traded. Some will stay in Europe.
Fultz joins a promising young roster with Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid.
Will Markelle Fultz be a star or a bust? What about Ben Simmons?
Bandwagon fans are fine, Sixers faithful. Don’t be stupid.
Add in a free agent shooter like JJ Redick, and current players become expendable.
It’s official. The Sixers swapped the No. 3 pick and a future 1st rounder to the Celtics for the top pick.
At No. 3, Philly a lot of ways to win — and screw the Lakers, too.
Ben Simmons was drafted No. 1, so what will GM Bryan Colangelo do with a glut of front court players.
Ben Simmons joins a young core of Sixers looking to turn around the fortunes of a franchise in desperate need of a star.
On the cusp of drafting Ben Simmons, here’s a look at the good, bad and ugly first round picks the Sixers have made since 1985.
John Nash relives the time he wanted to draft Philly phenom Kobe Bryant, but was overruled by John Calipari, who took Villanova star Kerry Kittles.
Kevin Love is going to be traded. Are the Sixers a good fit? Do they have enough to go and get him? Should they?
He could be the savior of the franchise. He could also be its biggest problem.
It’s between Ben Simmons and Brandon Ingram in the NBA Draft. But who they pick may not be the most important decision to go from the Process to progress.
The Sixers will pick first in next month’s NBA Draft. The Process worked! Sort of!
Philly has the best chance at the top pick. Has The Process actually worked, or are we set for another letdown? Here’s what might happen.