WASHINGTON - The 76ers hope to make themselves more attractive to free agents, and one of the things they will do is move into a new practice facility as soon as possible.
"That's something we continue to look into," said Sixers CEO Adam Aron, who made the train ride with the team for Sunday's game in Washington.
Aron said the Sixers have not decided whether to build a facility or find an existing facility and buy it. The Sixers now practice at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine.
Aron said an improvement is "absolutely necessary." He acknowledged that the team is looking into a few potential sites around the city.