The Philadelphia 76ers entered Wednesday with five picks going into the NBA Draft, one first rounder and four in the second. They would only leave the draft with three of those picks being made, to go along with other moves.

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The Philadelphia 76ers are moving on from Al Horford and will send him and a protected future first-round pick to Oklahoma City in a major draft-night trade. A person with direct knowledge of the trade told The Associated Press on Wednesday the Sixers will receive Danny Green and Terrance Ferguson from the Thunder. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because the deal was not yet announced. The Sixers also sent a 2025 first-round protected from 1-6 overall. The Sixers also sent the 34th pick in Wednesday’s draft to the Thunder and the rights to European point guard Vasilije Micic.

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The Philadelphia 76ers are in advanced negotiations with former Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey to become their president of basketball operations, according to multiple people with direct knowledge of the negotiations. The deal is part of the overhaul of the Sixers' front office that began after an underachieving season and is expected to be finalized as early as this weekend. The people spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because the deal has not been made official. They say Elton Brand will remain Philadelphia's general manager.

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As school districts try to figure out how to move forward with sports during a pandemic, students are left wondering what their futures look like when it comes to playing time.  That brings a range of emotions.  Dr. Jarrod Spencer spoke with WFMZ's Jaciel Cordoba about what students are feel…

Muhlenberg boys' basketball coach and former NBA player Tyrone Nesby held a Mamba Day event in Berks County to help honor Bryant, who he got to know during his career.

Tobias Harris had 23 points and 15 rebounds, Embiid locked in and turned aggressive in the second half and finished with 23 points and 13 rebounds as the Philadelphia 76ers held off the Orlando Magic 108-101 on Friday night in their first game without All-Star Ben Simmons.