Collective Bargaining Agreement does not allow for a team to pay an injured player, without issuing him a contract, 76ers likely waive him
After the accident in Orlando 76ers said they would "take care" of Jackson and stood by that, he is expected to get a chance next summer
76ers played the Pierre Jackson thing classy... they could have handled medical, but opted for partial guarantee to help him while he...
Have confirmed Sixers have signed Pierre Jackson to 1 year deal. A good gesture by team being as he'll probably miss season with Achilles'
No matter terms of Pierre Jackson's deal, the Sixers aren't signing him to strictly maintain his rights. They genuinely want him for future.
Sixers have signed Pierre Jackson.
That being said, I fully expect Sixers to wiggle their way into helping facilitate a KLove trade. They're the perfect 3rd team candidate.
I've never heard Sixers have truly been interested in Dion Waiters & swapping Thad's professionalism for a gunner doesn't seem like Hinkie.
With cap space/non-guaranteed contracts, Sixers always a natural 3-team trade possibility. Just don't think it will be Thad for Waiters.
Something to remember in Kevin Love trade talks. If it is a three-way with Sixers, who have $35M in cap space, salaries need not match.
"JOEL-HANS" Sixers Christmas jersey will be a must-own.
All Summer League 2nd team: Russ Smith (Pelicans) Tim Hardaway Jr. (Knicks) T.J. Warren (Suns) Jordan McRae (Sixers) Rudy Gobert (Jazz)