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Originally Posted by Stonehands77 View Post

Still, look at these deals people are bringing up. Moves from the mid-90s, 80s, 70s. Nothing really all that modern, and almost all of the ones that have happened in the past 20 years were to get leverage for better stadiums/lease deals. Actually moving teams from major markets like this (outside of LA, where no one seems to care) just doesn't really happen.
Vancouver to Memphis in the NBA, perhaps, but that was a Canadian-based franchise.


Brett Brown brings a new voice to the Sixers by Bob Ford:

Sixers make it official, hire Brett Brown

The deal was completed earlier in the week, and Brown was officially introduced as the 24th head coach in franchise history on Wednesday. Brown is the eighth coach to lead the Sixers since Larry Brown left in 2003.

Collins resigned in April after the Sixers went 34-48, a year after advancing to the Eastern Conference semifinals. He led the Sixers to the playoffs his first two seasons and left with one year remaining on his original four-year deal.

"We went through an exhaustive search to find the right head coach for our organization, one who had a passion for developing talent, a strong work ethic to help create the kind of culture we hope for, and a desire to continually improve," general manager Sam Hinkie said. "Brett has all of that. He also has a wealth of experience as a head coach and a championship pedigree, to boot. We are delighted to welcome him as our coach, and I am invigorated for the two of us to roll up our sleeves and get to work."

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