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    • Joel Embiid feels '100 percent,’ is on track to play for 76ers in preseason
      Ball Don't Lie

      Joel Embiid feels '100 percent,’ is on track to play for 76ers in preseason

      Joel Embiid has fun with Nerlens Noel during warm ups prior to a game against the Cleveland Cavaliers on Jan. 10, 2016. At long last, from the sound of things, fans of the Philadelphia 76ers might this season — possibly, potentially, with a little bit of luck, maybe — actually get a look at that rarest and most imagination-captivating of theoretical beings: a fully healthy Joel Embiid. The 7-foot-2 Cameroonian prospect, whom the Sixers selected out of Kansas with the third overall pick in the 2014 NBA draft despite pre-draft fractures in his lower back and foot, was front and center during the Sixers’ Beach Bash in Avalon, N.J., this weekend.

    • Syracuse lands critical piece in Andrew White
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      Syracuse lands critical piece in Andrew White

      Syracuse has found their replacement for Malachi Richardson. On Sunday, Nebraska transfer Andrew White committed to the Orange, picking Syracuse, in the end, over VCU. White is a graduate transfer who spent last season with Nebraska, where he averaged 16.2 points while shooting 41.2 percent from three. A top 50 prospect out of Virginia back in the Class of 2012, White played a limited role for Kansas his first two seasons in college. This is a significant pickup for the Orange, one that legitimately puts them into the conversation as a Final Four contender and a threat to finish at or near the top of the ACC. Jim Boeheim has put together a roster full of talented, long and athletic front court

    • NBA rookies love Kris Dunn, Ben Simmons – not so much
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      NBA rookies love Kris Dunn, Ben Simmons – not so much

      Rookie of the Year, best playmaker, best defender and funniest. Kris Dunn even received a vote for best shooter despite his jumper holding him back in pre-draft evaluations. Dunn – the Timberwolves’ No. 5 pick – cleaned up in the NBA’s annual rookie survey. But when it came to the most important question, Brandon Ingram – the Lakers’ No. 2 pick – claimed the top spot: Which rookie will have the best career? 1. Brandon Ingram, L.A. Lakers — 26.7% 2. Kris Dunn, Minnesota — 16.7% 3. Buddy Hield, New Orleans — 13.3% T-4. Dragan Bender, Phoenix — 6.7% Jaylen Brown, Boston — 6.7% Jamal Murray, Denver — 6.7% Ben Simmons, Philadelphia — 6.7% Others receiving votes: Dejounte Murray, San Antonio; Dario