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Report: Sixers expect Jonah Bolden will join Summer League roster
Per Derek Bodner of The Athletic, the Sixers' "expectation is that Bolden will join the Summer League team."
Zhaire Smith officially signs rookie deal with Sixers
The details of Smith's rookie contract were not disclosed, per team policy.
Report: Markelle Fultz will not play in Summer League
According to a report, Markelle Fultz will continue to work on his shot with skills coach Drew Hanlen instead of participating in the Summer League set for July 6.
Report: Justin Anderson had leg surgery Friday for shin splints
The Sixers guard 21 games with shin splints last season. He will be re-evaluated in two weeks.
Report: Rangers LHP Cole Hamels ‘could be dealt before All-Star Game’
According to MLB Insider Jon Morosi, the Rangers have 'groundwork on a Cole Hamels trade.' This opens the possibility of a Phillies reunion.
T.J. McConnell received votes for NBA Teammate of the Year
Though he didn't win the award, McConnell proved just how valuable he is as a teammate on the Sixers.
Joel Embiid finished second for Defensive Player of the Year
Rudy Gobert may have won the award nearly unanimously, but the Sixers' center finished in second ahead of Anthony Davis.
Report: Sixers No. 10 pick could be dealt to move down
According to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski, the Sixers are in trade talks with teams interested in using the No. 10 pick to draft Shai Gilgeous-Alexander.
Without Colangelo, Markelle Fultz may become expendable
Markelle Fultz was former GM Bryan Colangelo's guy. Now, his future is in the hands of the new regime, who can do whatever they want with him.
Around the NBA: Surprise! It’s Warriors/Cavs in the NBA Finals
For a fourth consecutive year, the NBA Championship will be decided between Cleveland and Golden State.