If true, that's wrong. The Sixers should cut their ticket prices across the board. Say, 7.6 percent?
Adam Silver says if lottery reform eventually is adopted, it will come with teams, "appropriately on notice." So play on . . . 76ers.
NBA probably needs lottery reform of some sort, but just enacting a plan to do it and punish Sixers was foolish. BOG finally realized it
Other teams found the 76ers' tanking unsavory, but the proposed fix might have added to big-market teams' ability to hoard talent.
Tanto rumore per nulla, la "campagna" di Sam Presti porta risultati (13 voti "No") e la Lottery non cambia...Sospiro di sollievo per i 76ers
When I think about the Sixers/tanking, I can't help but repost this photo of the security door at Wells Fargo Center. http://t.co/eRJyd46cAM
People I've talked to around the league are surprised the new lottery system didn't pass. All agree big win for Sixers.
At the end of the day, owners - at least for now - didn't want actions of Sixers to establish hasty draft lottery reform.
Tank away, 76ers. Tank away.
This is the only kind of Sixers win that doesn't end with Hinkie quietly seething