Brandon Apter has been a contributor to SportsTalkPhilly.com since 2014 and writes about the Sixers and Phillies for 97.3 ESPN. A Philadelphia native, Brandon graduated from Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania in 2009. After working in Minor League Baseball for nine seasons, Brandon currently does Marketing & Social Media for Kennesaw State University in Georgia.
Internal Growth, Development Remains Top Priority for Sixers
Draft and free agency aside, the Sixers main priority is developing the young talent on their roster.
Around the NBA: Kawhi meets with Spurs, Hawks eyeing Doncic
Kawhi Leonard meets with Popovich, Dwight Howard dealt to Nets, Luka Doncic eyed by Hawks and Mo Bamba says no to the Grizzlies.
Sixers Have Offered ‘Packages of Picks’ To Move Up In Draft
The Philadelphia 76ers, entering the important part of the offseason without a GM, have been rumored to be thinking about trading up in the draft.
Sixers Exercise Options on McConnell, Holmes
The Philadelphia 76ers picked-up team options on both Richaun Holmes and T.J. McConnell for the 2018-19 season.
Bryan Colangelo’s Tenure Comes To An End
The Sixers and Bryan Colangelo have parted ways following the conclusion of an investigation into five secret Twitter accounts run by his wife, Barbara Bottini.
Phillies select right-hander Colton Eastman in 4th round
The Phillies used their first pick of Day 2 of the draft on RHP Colton Eastman out of Cal State Fullerton
The Sixers Season Is Over, But This Is Just The Beginning
The Sixers suffered a deflating series loss to the Celtics , but their impressive young core of talent took big steps forward this season.
Remarkable Journeys For McConnell, Covington Come Full Circle
T.J. McConnell an Robert Covington survived the dark years of The Process and now find themselves in the thick of a serious playoff run.
Heat Even Series With Sixers Behind Wade
The Philadelphia 76ers couldn’t recover from a poor second quarter and the Miami Heat evened the best of seven series at 1-1.
Game 2 Preview: Sixers Seek 2-0 Advantage
The Sixers look to gain a 2-0 series advantage tonight in Game 2 of their first-round series against the Heat.