Add a few more names to the Sixers' list.
After relative silence about the Sixers' coaching search, the team has been linked to numerous candidates in the past week and will now interview Hawks assistants Quin Snyder and Kenny Atkinson.
Here's some more news around the Atlantic division:
Knicks: Owner wanted to trade Iman Shumpert?
Prior to taping an interview with Dwight Howard, ESPN's Stephen A. Smith was caught on camera -- whether he intended to or not -- saying Knicks owner James Dolan wanted to trade Iman Shumpert.
Smith said the 6-foot-5, 23-year-old swingman would be traded because of missed summer league action.
"And by the way, Dolan was ready to trade [Iman Shumpert] because he didn’t want to work out in the summer league," Smith told Howard. "Dolan’s talking about trading him. I said, ‘trade who? You better hold on to that boy. You better not lose Iman Shumpert.’ That boy can play."
ProBasketballTalk noted that most legitimate news is posted swiftly, so the notion that Dolan would trade a young showstopper like Shumpert over missing summer league games was probably a "fleeting thought."
Raptors: D.J. Augustin agrees to one-year deal
Five-year veteran point guard D.J. Augustin reached an agreement to join the Toronto Raptors, according to Yahoo! Sports' Adrian Wojnarowski, via ProBasketballTalk.
Augustin signed for one year, and is expected to take over for Jose Calderon, the Raptors' starting point guard last year who left in free agency.
Augustin backed up George Hill in 2012-13 for the Pacers, and totaled 4.7 points and 2.2 assists per game.
The point guard will join former Pacers teammate Tyler Hansbrough, who joined the Raptors last week with a two-year contract.
Raptors: Camby to be bought out
TORONTO -- The Toronto Raptors have agreed to buy out center Marcus Camby's contract and place him on waivers.
Camby, acquired as part of the trade that sent Andrea Bargnani to the New York Knicks, was owed $7.5 million over the final two years of his contract.
The 39-year-old center appeared in just 24 games last season for the Knicks, averaging 1.8 points per game. Camby was picked second overall by Toronto in the 1996 draft and has played 973 games during his career.
He expressed a desire to play for a contending team (see full story).
-The Associated Press