As every basketball betting fan knows, the Philadelphia 76ers have not been shy about taking NBA rebuilding to its extremes. General manager Sam Hinkie has selected several first-round draft picks who were unable to play for the franchise immediately (or sometimes even within a season or two), hasn’t even offered contracts to established free agents, and kept the total team salary on the edge of the league-mandated floor, all while maintaining the utmost secrecy. The result is that the Sixers don’t always resemble a normal NBA team so much as a thought experiment designed to see if it’s possible to undergo a successful rebuilding process without fielding the full roster until the last possible moment. This approach has rubbed a lot of people the wrong way for obvious reasons, most of which concern the apparent lack of interest in winning games during these ongoing rebuilding seasons. But the NBPA apparently wants to know if there are deeper issues at play, because they plan on investigating the Sixers for potential violations of the collective bargaining agreement.
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