A move that has been rumored for months may finally be happening.

According to a report, the Sixers are considering moving their offices across the Delaware River and over to Camden, NJ.

The move would also make way for a brand new practice facility that would be built by the Camden waterfront.

The potential move is being reported by Philly.com

Citing league sources, the Sixers would build a "state-of-the-art practice facility" and Camden would serve as the teams "administrative hub."

The Sixers currently hold their practices at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine in West Philadelphia, however new ownership has been on the hunt for land to build their new headquarters on.

The Sixers have rented the space at PCOM since 1999.

In a staement to Philly.com, CEO Scott O'Neil did not comment on any specifics, but did say that the team continues to look at potential landing spots.

The Sixers would continue to play their games at Wells Fargo Center.