Sixers Notes: Dedmon, Brett Brown, D-League

February 3 at 1:30pm CDT By Chuck Myron

Evan Turner appears to be at the forefront of the Sixers’ trade deadline plans, though fellow veterans Thaddeus Young and Spencer Hawes remain in the mix for a swap, too. Philadelphia figures to be a hub for activity in the next two and a half weeks, so here’s the latest on a team seemingly in transition.

  • The Sixers have elected not to re-sign Dewayne Dedmon after his second 10-day contract expired overnight, and coach Brett Brown doesn’t expect the team to replace the center immediately, according to Dei Lynam of CSNPhilly.com.
  • Michael Kaskey-Blomain of the Philadelphia Inquirer examines what Brown has revealed about his philosophy in his half-season as an NBA coach, noting his affinity for three-pointers and a fast pace.
  • The Sixers have recalled Lorenzo Brown from the D-League, the team announced. It was the rookie point guard’s fifth assignment, and his fourth since New Year’s Day.
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