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Sixers Rumors: Noel, Holmes, Korkmaz

Sixers center Nerlens Noel recently changed agents, and his new representatives are working together with the team to try to find a potential trade for the disgruntled big man, writes Steve Kyler of Basketball Insiders. Given the 76ers’ lack of leveraage, the team will have a hard time extracting decent value in any deal, and there’s no sense that anything is close right now, according to Kyler. Still, he adds that “there is some urgency to getting the public dispute resolved.” For now, Noel is not a part of the Sixers’ regular rotation.

Here’s more out of Philadelphia:

  • The decision to remove Noel from the rotation drew most of the headlines, but Richaun Holmes is also the victim of the numbers game in Philadelphia, having logged back-to-back DNP-CDs. As Keith Pompey of The Philadelphia Inquirer details, head coach Brett Brown suggested last night that he feels worse for Holmes than Noel, who missed the first month and a half of the season with a knee injury. “Richaun has been here since Day 1,” Brown said. “I feel that is something that’s on my mind as much as Nerlens.”
  • There’s plenty of blame to go around in the Noel situation, according to Derek Bodner of PhillyMag.com, who notes that Noel, Brown, former GM Sam Hinkie, and current GM Bryan Colangelo all played a part.
  • International basketball reporter David Pick has an update on Sixers draft-and-stash prospect Furkan Korkmaz, tweeting that the 2016 first-rounder – who is playing in Turkey – has been traded from Anadolu Efes to Banvit.
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6 thoughts on “Sixers Rumors: Noel, Holmes, Korkmaz

  1. ChiSoxCity

    The annual tank job is working out beautifully in Philly.

    If I were their owner, I’d fire everyone in the front office and the whole damn coaching staff.

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    • What makes you think that the owners aren’t the problem. They knew Hinkie’s plan when they hired him and then caved to league pressure and basically fired him before he had a chance to complete “the Process”.

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      • Agreed. Without attempting The Process the 76ers were just gonna be another mid range NBA team constantly trying to get an 8 seed in the playoffs.

        The critisism should be at the owners for quitting the process early. The only way to succeed is to commit.

        Not sure why everyone constantly clamors for the sixers to be the next Kings. The kings don’t rebuild and always go for the playoffs and they’ve been the laughingstock of the NBA for a decade.

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  2. Kenweas

    People forget that this team is about Joel, Simmons, 2017 Draft, and filling in pieces with the available cap space. They were not winning this year regardless of whatever moves they made. I like Noel and Oak but they are potential pieces for the future but not super critical components so I don’t think this is as big of a deal as most. We need to continue practicing patience because young teams, no matter how talented, don’t win in the NBA, just ask the timberwovles. Just don’t panic and make dumb deals, we still have time to figure this out. Either can be traded for a bag of peanuts later so if that’s what people are offering now why bite. So relax, if for some reason Noel ended up walking that’s equivalent to that same bag of peanuts.

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  3. Charles

    They better trade him while they can I’m sure the bulls will give them niko for him and the kings pick

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    • Yep, because that’s exactly what they need. Another guy who can’t spread the floor. They’re going to give up a struggling (but promising and controllable) stretch 4 and a first round pick for a guy who can walk at the end of the year (or sign to an overpay contract) and fills the same role as Robin Lopez.

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