After the Sixers moved reserve point guard Kendall Marshall to the Utah Jazz in exchange for two future second round picks, cash, and center Tibor Pleiss, The Vertical’s Adrian Wojnarowski reported Philadelphia was still evaluating whether or not to keep the German big man. Seeing as how the have an abundant amount of front court players with no real resolution in sight, adding Pleiss to the roster didn’t make a ton of sense. Prominent international basketball reporter David Pick reported Tuesday morning that Pleiss’s agent has informed teams that the Sixers plan on waiving the 26-year-old. Pleiss spent nine years overseas before joining the Jazz last season on a three year, $9 million deal.
While the rest of us are reaching for another burger or hot dog and washing it down with one more cold one, decision makers in the front office are sweating out the details of putting together a team. • Summer Dreaming: Coach of the Year • Summer Dreaming: Kia Most Improved Player of the Year • Summer Dreaming: Kia Rookie of the Year • Summer Dreaming: Kia Sixth Man of the Year • Summer Dreaming: Kia Defensive Player of the Year • Summer Dreaming: Comeback Player of the Year It's summertime when the majority of the work is done and so we stop next on our annual Summer Dreaming series with our top five picks for Executive of the Year in 2016-2017: Bob Myers, Golden State Warriors: Is there really