Brandon Apter writes about the Sixers and Phillies for 97.3 ESPN and SportsTalkPhilly.com. 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.
Report: Tobias Harris, Nets have ‘mutual free agent interest’
The Brooklyn Nets and Tobias Harris reportedly have mutual free agency interest in one other.
Sixers add Spurs’ Udoka, Hodges to coaching staff
The Sixers have reportedly hired Spurs assistant Ime Udoka to replace Monty Williams on Brett Brown's coaching staff as lead assistant. Cameron Hodges also joins the organization in player development from San Antonio.
Report: Avery Johnson to interview with Sixers
The Sixers are reportedly interviewing Alabama head coach Avery Johnson for a position on Brett Brown's staff.
Sixers won’t renew contracts of Drs. Medina, Martin
The Sixers have decided to part ways with two members of their medical staff in Drs. Daniel Medina and David T. Martin and will look to hire a vice president of athlete care.
Joel Embiid named to All-NBA Second Team
Sixers big man Joel Embiid was named to the All-NBA Second Team, joining Kevin Durant, Damian Lillard, Kawhi Leonard and Kyrie Irving.
Report: Five teams emerge as potential Tobias Harris suitors
Sixers forward Tobias Harris is set to become an unrestricted free agent on July 1 and there are reportedly five teams already planning to go after his services.
Ben Simmons to represent Australia in FIBA World Cup
Sixers All-Star point guard Ben Simmons will join his native Australia for the FIBA World Cup this summer.
Brett Brown Will Return for 2019-20 Season
Amid constant rumors about his job security, Brett Brown will return to lead the Sixers for the 2019-20 season.
Report: Brett Brown needs NBA Finals berth to keep job
According to Marc Stein of the New York Times, Sixers head coach Brett Brown could be on his way out unless he leads the team to the NBA Finals.
Simmons fined, assessed flagrant for elbowing Lowry
Ben Simmons was fined $20,000 and given a flagrant foul for the contact he made with his elbow to Kyle Lowry's groin on Thursday night.