Bryan Colangelo Rumors
Team president of basketball operation and general manager Bryan Colangelo said the Sixers could have roughly $25 million available in cap space to attract free agents. James is projected to make at least $35 million next season.
Orazio Cauchi: Another note from Bryan Colangelo exit interview regarding Sixers International prospects: Colangelo said that Pasecniks’ agents in Europe will try to move him to a bigger level this summer, possibly a Euroleague team. #NBA
A source relayed to PhillyVoice that the Sixers will seek to resolve Brett Brown’s extension, discussed during Bryan Colangelo’s media availability Friday, before moving forward on replacing Pierce.
There is more involvement from other parties — including management and ownership — on a front-facing assistant like Pierce, however. Brown and the front office have discussed the possibility of staffers leaving for a period of over a year, a source told PhillyVoice, and will collaborate on who to bring in to replace Pierce. This process includes whether the position and Pierce’s responsibilities can be filled using internal options.
Jonah Bolden looks set to join fellow Australian, Ben Simmons, and the 76ers, for next season, according to the team’s president of basketball operations and general manager, Bryan Colangelo. “The one that is most likely to join this team, if at all, is Jonah Bolden,” Colangelo said in his exit interview on Saturday (AEST). “Some of that’s being discussed and talked about right now. He’s got an option, an NBA-out in his contract to come if it works out favourably for him and us.”