Fred Carter, MVP of the worst team in NBA history and now unofficial caretaker of its legacy, says the current edition of the 76ers is even worse -- and never mind the math.
SAN ANTONIO -- There was a friendly face waiting to greet Brett Brown everywhere he turned at the AT&T Center.
He made it sound simple. And it is.
“The whole purpose of this year,” Brett Brown said, “has been about identifying people to move forward with.”