A second video of Philadelphia 76ers rookie Jahlil Okafor knocking out a heckler has emerged.
By the looks of how things are going for the Los Angeles Lakers so far, they could easily be the first team to lose to the Philadelphia 76ers.
After being caught on video punching a guy last week, it's been reported that Philadelphia 76ers' center Jahlil Okafor was pulled over for driving 108 MPH three weeks ago.
The Philadelphia 76ers are getting what they deserve after deliberately tanking for years on end, and Jahlil Okafor is feeling the brunt of this.
Despite a winless record, the Philadelphia 76ers and GM Sam Hinkie are undeserving of the massive scrutiny that constantly presides around the them.
The Philadelphia 76ers are struggling, but there are a few trades that could give their fans hope.
Brett Brown’s role with the Philadelphia 76ers is little more now than a babysitter and he deserves to be coaching a better team right now.
The Sixers' No. 3 overall pick wasted no time placing his name firmly atop the leaderboard for the Rookie of the Year conversation.
With Joel Embiid now missing his first two seasons with an injury, the Philadelphia 76ers should prepare for a future without him.
The Philadelphia 76ers will continue to rebuild in 2015-16. Here are five bold predictions for their upcoming season.