Bryan Toporek is a Senior Multiplatform Editor at Bleacher Report who spends his free time covering the Sixers at Liberty Ballers (He isn't sure why, either). He's also a senior contributor at Forbes Sports and the co-host of The NBA Podcast. He still trusts the Process.
The Sixers could have more than $55 million in cap space next summer, giving them far more optionality than any other playoff contenders.
Daryl Morey wanted the Sixers to be competitive this year while maintaining flexibility after the James Harden trade. Mission accomplished?
The Golden State Warriors and Klay Thompson have a ‘significant gap’ in extension negotiations, which adds a wild card to the Sixers’ free-agency plans.
Even if the Sixers’ championship window with Joel Embiid is closing, he’s already cemented himself as a franchise icon.
James Harden successfully forced his way off the Houston Rockets and Brooklyn Nets, but the third time might not be a charm in Philadelphia.
Unless the Clippers up their offer for James Harden, there’s no end in sight for his trade-request standstill.
Was Daryl Morey’s 2024 cap-space plan a ruse all along?!
The Sixers are already over the 15-man regular-season roster limit, which could make it more difficult to find a workable James Harden trade with the Clippers.
Nick Nurse is renowned for being willing to experiment, which will be a complete 180 from the Doc Rivers era.