Legendary Sixers star Darryl Dawkins has died at the age of 58. The Sixers drafted Dawkins with the fifth overall pick in 1975.
Perhaps the best way to remember Sixers legend Darryl Dawkins, who died Thursday, is as a showman, a prankster and an endless self-promoter.
Sixers' owner Josh Harris will be donating a record $3.5 million to the Philadelphia Police Athletic League, it was announced Thursday.
2hThe Sacramento Kings announced Monday that Vlade Divac will serve as general manager in addition to vice president of basketball operations.
3dDarryl Dawkins was remembered for many things over the course of his 14-season NBA career — namely dunks, nicknames, dunk nicknames, and limitless (though endlessly frustrating) hoops potential — but winning wasn't really one of them.
4dCurrent and former NBA players took to social media to share their feelings on the passing of Sixers great Darryl Dawkins.
5dIf you're anything like us here at The700Level, you're likely wondering to yourself, "who the heck is Lil B and why should I care about him?"
6dThe NBA has fined the Los Angeles Clippers $250,000 after an investigation found the team had violated league rules while trying to re-sign DeAndre Jordan last month.
1wThe Minnesota Timberwolves have announced the signing of veteran forward Tayshaun Prince.
1wWhy did it take so long for Joel Embiid to undergo bone-graft surgery on his right foot? The Sixers wanted to get everything right, says GM Sam Hinkie.
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