As if the historic losing isn't bad enough, the Sixers are also establishing a culture rife with immaturity and dangerous behavior.
Unlike anywhere else in pro sports, it's the head coach, Brett Brown, who has to answer for all of the Sixers' issues, on and off the court.
The Delaware River Port Authority released a statement confirming that Sixers center Jahlil Okafor was cited during a traffic stop.
2dAfter sitting out Friday's loss to the Rockets with knee soreness, Sixers forward Nerlens Noel said he expects to return to the lineup Sunday against the Grizzlies.
2dThe Sixers' comeback bid against the Rockets fell short in Friday's 116-114 loss, their record-breaking 27th straight loss dating back to last season.
2dStephen Curry and Draymond Green have big nights as the Warriors beat the Suns 135-116 Friday, to extend their NBA-record start to 17-0. Here's that and more from the NBA.
3dThe Sixers set a new NBA record, losing their 27th straight game dating back to last season after falling on Friday to the Rockets, 116-114.
3dSixers rookie Jahlil Okafor had a gun pointed at him during an altercation in Old City in early October, a witness told CSNPhilly.com.
3dBoston police are now investigating Jahlil Okafor's role in a fight early Thursday morning after the alleged victim filed a report on Friday.
3dThe Sixers have been close to pulling out a few games but have yet to find their first win of the season and Brett Brown knows his players are frustrated.
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