Since my arrival, I have been evaluating every aspect of the organization and I believe that Coach Cheeks deserves a great deal of credit for developing our players, putting them in a position to succeed and showing improvement every dayCheeks to get new contract with Sixers Feb 20, 2008
We are excited about acquiring a player of Gordan's ability, as well as an additional asset in the form of a first-round draft pickUtah trades Giricek to Philadelphia Dec 29, 2007
We have no timetable for his return because they don't know exactly (what is wrong)Nets' Ron Mercer out with knee injury Nov 11, 2004
At this time, we feel that it is in the best interest of the Sixers, Allen and his family that he be allowed to deal with a very serious issue that is far greater than the game of basketballAllen Iverson takes leave from 76ers Feb 22, 2010
At this time, we feel that it is in the best interest of the Sixers, Allen and his family that he be allowed to deal with a very serious issue that is far greater than the game of basketballIverson won't return this season Mar 02, 2010
Edward Stefanski is the current President and General Manager for the Philadelphia 76ers of the NBA. He previously served as the General Manager for the New Jersey Nets.
Stefanski grew up in the Delaware Valley attending St. Bernadette's Grade school in Drexel Hill as the star player on both the football and basketball teams. Monsignor Bonner High School in Upper Darby where he was a "Wall-of Fame" basketball stand out at Bonner and then went on to play college basketball, as 'the shot', at the University of Pennsylvania. He replaced former Sixer GM Billy King. Ed was a 10th round selection of the 76ers in the 1976 NBA Draft.
Southwest Division Nelson (Dallas Mavericks) Morey (Houston Rockets) Wallace (Memphis Grizzlies) Bower (New Orleans Hornets) Buford (San Antonio Spurs)