Roundtable: Who should be the next general manager
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By Lucas Johnson

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The Philadelphia 76ers have a tough choice in who should be the next decision maker. Our staff gives their input on who should be the next in charge.

The Bryan Colangelo drama came to it’s dramatic end with the news breaking that the former president of basketball operations gave his resignation to the Philadelphia 76ers. His resignation comes in the wake of an investigation that proved his wife made burner twitter accounts to defend her husband and she disclosed sensitive information regarding the club in said accounts.

In the wake of Colangelo stepping away from the Sixers, head coach Brett Brown has been given the interim control over the front office. However, it’s unlikely that Brown stays in the role forever. Sure Brown could lead the club’s front office for a short period, but he shouldn’t be splitting his focus. Brown dividing his attention is bad for all parties involved. The Sixers need to find a permanent replacement for...

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