Part of the rebuilding process will involve dealing with growing pains from inexperienced players, which was obvious in the Sixers' loss to the Pacers on Wednesday night.
First-year Sixer Luc Mbah a Moute returned to the team after accompanying teammate Joel Embiid to his brother's funeral in Cameroon.
2dThe Sixers have the worst odds of any team to win the NBA Finals, according to Las Vegas. Here's that and more on the season.
3dWhich team will win it all? Who will take home the MVP award? Matt Haughton predicts that and more in a forecast of the 2014-15 NBA season.
3dMalcolm Thomas was getting ready to go play in China, and then the Sixers called. Now, he's ready to clean the glass in the NBA.
3dAccording to a source, the Sixers on Monday waived Travis Outlaw, Marquis Teague and Elliot Williams to put the roster at 15.
3dThe Sixers on Monday traded Arnett Moultrie to the Knicks for veteran Travis Outlaw and a future second-round pick.
3dIf Sixers head coach Brett Brown had to choose one area he'd want his team to improve most in his second year as coach, it's defense.
4dAccording to a report late Saturday night by Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports, the Sixers agreed to a deal with 25-year-old Malcolm Thomas.