Lakers star Kobe Bryant, who on Sunday announced he would retire at the end of the season, is mentally prepared for his final NBA game in his hometown.
As if the historic losing isn't bad enough, the Sixers are also establishing a culture rife with immaturity and dangerous behavior.
According to a report, the Sixers have assigned a security guard to accompany Jahlil Okafor in public following recent incidents involving the rookie.
1dJahlil Okafor and the Sixers lost another fourth-quarter lead and matched the NBA's worst-ever start (0-18) in a 92-84 loss to Memphis.
1dKobe Bryant on Sunday announced in a post on The Players' Tribute he's retiring at the end of the 2015-16 season, making Tuesday night his last appearance in Philadelphia as a Laker.
1dWhile the off-the-court incidents continue to rack up, Jahlil Okafor is focused on having fun on the court as the Sixers still seek their first win.
1dSixers center Jahlil Okafor responded to the recent off-the-court incidents on Twitter, saying he's not proud of what he's done the last few months.
1dSixers coach Brett Brown, acknowledging a report that Jahlil Okafor was pulled over for driving 108 mph, expressed concern for his rookie center on Sunday.
1dSixers center Jahlil Okafor was pulled over on the Ben Franklin Bridge for driving 108 miles per hour around three weeks ago, according to a report.
1dThe Sixers finish off their six-game road trip when they travel to Memphis to face the Grizzlies at FedEx Forum on Sunday (6 p.m./CSN).
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