Eastern Notes: Sixers, Knicks, Pistons

The Sixers‘ reputation among several agents around the league likely won’t do the franchise any favors when the team expects to be a player in free agency in the future, Keith Pompey of the Philadelphia Inquirer writes in an interesting story after speaking with several sources and agents. One agent told Pompey that he doesn’t want his max-level players in Philadelphia, but he is open to his midlevel players signing with the Sixers only if they overpay. Agents also told Pompey that Sixers GM Sam Hinkie is hard to deal with, saying he doesn’t make it a priority to return calls.

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3 thoughts on “Eastern Notes: Sixers, Knicks, Pistons

    • Chuck Myron

      It’s possible they could make a step in that direction for 2016/17, with Saric coming over as many as four first-round picks for the upcoming draft.

  1. Athur Hill

    Noel and Okafor give them two talented big men to build around. When the Sixers do get good again, it could happen suddenly, like it did with the Bucks last season.

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