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  1. Brett Brown Ignores the Haters, Signs on with Sixers for Four Years

    Aug 12, 2013, 11:29 AM EDT

    NBA: Playoffs-San Antonio Spurs at Golden State Warriors

    Way to not give into peer pressure, BB. Despite Marc Stein’s asserting on Friday night–after what seemed like official word of Brett Brown’s commitment to the Sixers as their latest head coach–that Brown’s coaching peers with the Spurs and elsewhere were trying to take him out of a coaching job in Philly, calling the Sixers…

  2. Interminable Sixers Coaching Search At An End: It’s the Spurs Guy

    Aug 9, 2013, 4:29 PM EDT

    NBA: Playoffs-San Antonio Spurs at Golden State Warriors

    At the draft a month and a half ago, erroneous reports (which we played our part in further circulating) surfaced that the Sixers had hired former Spurs assistant and Australian national team head coach Brett Brown to succeed Doug Collins as the Ballers’ new fearless leader. A month-and-a-half after that story was debunked, and after 2/3…

  3. Finalized Trades, Coach Interviews, Anticipated Hibernation: A Non-MCW Sixers News Roundup

    Jul 13, 2013, 1:59 PM EDT

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    That Boy Jrue sure seemed to enjoy his honeymoon, as his vacation with new bride Lauren Cheney ended up delaying his trade to New Orleans–which could technically have been made official on Wednesday–until yesterday, when he finally became a Pelican, being formally introduced as the team’s new point guard. As previously reported, Holiday’s departure (along…

  4. The Sixers Aren’t the Only Team Looking for a New Head Coach

    May 7, 2013, 11:29 AM EDT

    P.J. Carlesimo, Jim Boylan, Larry Drew (AP)

    The way it’s been talked about so far, it’s almost as if the Sixers’ search for a new head coach exists in a vacuum. Brian Shaw and Mike Brown are at the top of the Sixers’ list. The Sixers are really high on Shaw and Mike Malone. The Sixers have officially reached out to Shaw.…