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NEW YORK — Cheap Al Bianchi Jersey, who played for the Philadelphia 76ers and was later an NBA coach and executive, has died. He was 87.

The New York Knicks said Bianchi died in Arizona of natural causes. He was the team’s general manager from 1987-91, signing future All-Star John Starks.

Bianchi was an original member of the 76ers, starting his 10-year career with the Syracuse Nationals in 1956-57 and remaining with the team following its move to Philadelphia.

He spent two seasons as coach of the Seattle SuperSonics before moving over to the ABA, where he was the Coach of the Year in 1970-71 with the Virginia Squires. Bianchi also had two stints as an assistant coach with the Phoenix Suns and one season with Chicago.

The Philadelphia 76ers are one of the hallmark organizations in the NBA. The franchise has won three NBA titles and been home to some of the greatest players in league history. In fact, one could say that Sixers fans have been spoiled with Hall of Fame players.

The NBA is a players’ league, so the superstars rightfully get the most credit when a team succeeds. However, having a strong, insightful coach is important in the league since talent can only take you so far once the playoffs start.

For this piece, we ranked the top four head coaches in Sixers franchise history, starting off with a guy who wasn’t able to win a championship but racked up the fourth-most wins as head coach.

4. Larry Brown

Brown coached the Sixers for six seasons. The team made the playoffs five times and went to the Finals once, where they lost to the Los Angeles Lakers in five games despite superstar Cheap Allen Iverson Jersey doing all he could to will Philly to victory.

Brown won the 2000-01 Coach of the Year Award.

The Sixers secured 255 victories in the regular-season with Brown leading the charge. The now-retired tactician is third in franchise history for playoffs wins with 28. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame as a coach in 2002.

3. Alex Hannum

Under Hannum’s leadership, the Sixers won 257 games in the regular season and 26 in the playoffs. He ranks third in franchise history in regular-season wins and fourth in postseason victories.

The Sixers won the 1967 NBA championship under Hannum, defeating the San Francisco Warriors in six games to capture the title.

Hannum, who was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1998 as a coach, passed away in 2002.

2. Cheap Al Cervi Jersey

Cervi coached the Sixers for eight years. He won 294 games and is second in franchise history in that category.

The Sixers captured the 1955 championship with Cervi, although the team was called the Syracuse Nationals at the time. Cervi won 33 games as head coach in the postseason, giving him the second-most playoff wins in franchise history.

The Hall of Fame inducted Cervi as a head coach in 1985. He passed away in 2009 at the age of 92.

1. Cheap Billy Cunningham Jersey

Four hundred fifty-four: that’s how many games the Sixers won with Cunningham leading the way.

Billy has the most wins in franchise history by a wide margin both in the regular season and playoffs. The Sixers won 66 games in the postseason under his tutelage.

In 1983, the Sixers swept the Los Angeles Lakers to win the title. Philly won 65 games that season and was led by Cheap Moses Malone Jersey, who won Finals MVP after averaging 25.8 points, 18.0 rebounds and 2.0 assists against the Lakers.

Cunningham spent his entire coaching career in Philadelphia. He resigned in 1985, finishing with a regular-season record of 454-196 and a playoff mark of 66-39.

Who’s Next For Philly?

The 2019-20 Sixers, coached by Brett Brown, were in sixth place in the Eastern Conference standings before the season was suspended due to COVID-19. The team has lost in the second round of the playoffs in back-to-back seasons.

Some in Philadelphia believe Brown is on the hot seat.

Brett is kind of like Larry. Both of their last names are Brown and both guys are polarizing figures in Philadelphia. Only time will tell if Brett can join this Sixers coaching list one day.

For that to happen, he first has to guide the team to at least one Finals berth like Larry did in 2001.

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Philadelphia 76ers center Joel Embiid might be a quiet guy in real life. When he’s on the court, though, he’s the furthest thing from shy. From the start of his NBA career, Cheap Joel Embiid Jersey has established himself not only as one of the most dominant bigs in the game but he’s also notorious for being a trash-talker on the court as well.

Former Utah Jazz center Cheap Tony Bradley Jersey has experienced Embiid’s mind games firsthand this week as he joined the Sixers for training camp after getting traded a couple of weeks ago. Although Bradley made it clear the trash-talking doesn’t necessarily bother him when he’s on the court, he did get a chuckle out of one of Embiid’s tactics.

For the first three seasons of his NBA career, Bradley played for the Utah Jazz. Outside of three games last season, Bradley never saw the floor as a starter primarily because he was behind one of the league’s best centers in Rudy Gobert.

As Bradley has had the opportunity to learn under Gobert for the last few seasons, the young veteran center was grateful to compete against one of the best at the position in practice. Now that he’s in Philly, Bradley will compete against Embiid, who has made it clear he’s not the guy Bradley played against in Utah.

“The very first day we were guarding each other, and I think after we finished, he says something like ‘this isn’t Rudy [Gobert] — this ain’t Rudy,” Bradley explained. “I just laughed because it’s different.”

Bradley then went on to praise Embiid for how good he’s looked so far this offseason. While everybody around the NBA knows Embiid is one of the best at the big man position, experiencing his skills firsthand is an entirely different situation, which admittedly left Bradley shocked at times this week.

Cheap Dwight Howard Jersey said Thursday afternoon that his “infamous” tweet in the opening hours of free agency about returning to the Los Angeles Lakers — only to be followed a short time later by him agreeing to join the Philadelphia 76ers — was the product of a misunderstanding over whether he officially had an offer to return to the defending NBA champions.

“At one point, I did,” Howard said with a smile, when asked if he thought he had an offer in the opening hours of free agency. “That’s when you saw the infamous tweet, because I really thought I was going back. But it was no offer.

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“And I understand it’s a business. The Lakers did what they felt was in their best interest, and I’m just very thankful for them giving me an opportunity to come back to L.A., and to just have an opportunity to win a championship.

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“It’s very difficult, but everything happens for a reason. I’m super excited about my purpose on this team, and moving forward.”

Howard rejoined the Lakers on a non-guaranteed minimum contract last summer, after it appeared his career was potentially over after an injury-plagued season with the Washington Wizards saw him appear in only nine games. But Howard revived his career with a terrific season primarily playing off the bench in Los Angeles, and helped the Lakers win a championship in the bubble earlier this fall.

While Howard said he was excited to be in Philadelphia, he admitted it’s been a whirlwind to adjust to moving to a new city and playing for a new team less than two months after the Lakers won that title in Orlando on Oct. 11.

“It’s been a step,” he said. “Every day has been a step into a different direction. It’s very hard. I just finished playing with one team, and I was headed up here to Philly a couple days ago and trying to figure out what mask to wear, and all my masks said Lakers on them. I was like, ‘I can’t wear this anymore.’

“So, it was pretty tough, just the adjustment from being on one team and playing with this team for a full year … we played basketball from October to October, and then now I’m with the 76ers, so just the clothing, being in Philly, I’m just trying to take everything in. But I’m very thankful and blessed to be part of this organization, and it’s been great so far.”

Beyond changing masks, Howard said another challenge was trying to keep his body right after the rigors of playing, essentially, from October to October with the Lakers, and now trying to pick things up with the Sixers a short time later. Still, he said he isn’t concerned about the quick turnaround, and that he feels good about where his body is at heading into the new season.

“I try to keep myself in pretty good shape to get ready for this season,” Howard said. “I wasn’t expecting it to start so early, but I’ll be ready and the main thing is just being there for the young fellas and just trying to help them out right now.

“It [feels] like we finished playing. I tried to take some time off, get off my feet, but just had the urge to get back in the gym, get back on the court, and try to get another championship.”