|Another wing isn't at the top of the Sixers list of needs, but it's on there somewhere. Jason Kapono is gone and there have been several rumors of Andres Nocioni's departure swirling as well. A guy who could fill the role nicely is Reggie Williams and he may have just become more available.|
|Let's, for a moment, bury our heads in the sand and imagine the owners weren't on the verge of locking the players out. Free agency would be opening up tomorrow and a player who would fit a need for the Sixers has just thrown his hat into the ring. Miami sharp shooter, James Jones.|
|Chad Ford has released his initial look at the 2011 free agent class over at ESPN. My first reaction was that Ford really knows nothing about the Sixers, hasn't watched a game of theirs in years. My second reaction was if Ed Stefanski sees this he's probably going to break out the check book and sign a couple of guys to foolish extensions.|
|The clock struck midnight a few seconds ago. The most anticipated free agency period is officially underway. Even though the Sixers' odds of landing any of the big name players are slimmer than slim and less than none, I'm still a basketball fan and a blogger, so I'm obligated to make my predictions. I'll do so after the jump.|
|Word is breaking this morning that Joe Johnson wants to head to NYC to play for his former coach, Mike D'Antoni and the feeling appears to be mutual. The words "max contract" are being thrown around and I have to ask, is he worth it?|
|With Kyle Korver, it's not a question of whether he'd fit, or fill a need, it's a question of how much, for how long, and if he's worth it.|
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|Golden State's ownership is up in the air, their team is a mess, and they have two unrestricted free agents, either of whom would be an excellent fit on the Sixers.|
|Doug Collins wants toughness and hustle off his bench. He wants hard workers. Well, Lou Amundson is an unrestricted free agent and absolutely fits the bill.|
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|I'm not saying the Sixers should use the mid-level exception, I'm not even sure it's an option. If, however, it is on the table, J.J. Redick is a really, really good fit.|
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|Tom Moore is reporting the Sixers will bring Rodney Carney back after a one-year Minnesota furlough. Carney will reportedly sign a one-year deal for the veteran's minimum ($855,189).|
|You are Ed Stefanski for the day. Your hands aren't completely tied by ownership, they'll let you shell out some money, if the player can make a difference. Here's the question, do you go after Ramon Sessions at this point? Pros, cons and discussion after the jump.|
|Allen Iverson was a great player for the Sixers, he brought my favorite team back from the depths of obscurity, he put the Sixers on his back and took them to the NBA Finals in 2001. I appreciate everything the guy has done for this team and I admire his toughness, talent and unbelievable desire to win. For all of those reasons and more, I hope someone signs him, and does it quickly. I just hope it isn't the Sixers.|
|Tom Moore reported the other day the Sixers are planning to hold a try out, of sorts, for the final roster spot (or maybe two) during training camp. After the jump we'll take a look at the guys who may be in the running and talk about who we'd like to see take Kareem Rush's minutes in 2009-2010.|
|Tom Moore has the scoop, again, Primoz Brezec and the Sixers have agreed to a deal in principle for the upcoming season. Most likely, the deal will be for the veteran's minimum. The 7'2" center will have to pass a physical before it becomes official.|
|The Sixers reportedly brought Royal Ivey back for another year in Philly yesterday. Ivey opted out of the second year of a two-year deal earlier this summer. Details of the contract have not been released, but it'll probably be for around the minimum. Analysis, plus the Primoz Brezec rumor after the jump.|