The 76ers will bring in several candidates for their coaching job for a second round of interviews this week, according to several websites.
Yahoo Sports reported Monday that Sixers managing partners Josh Harris and David Blitzer would join other team officials for the interviews in New York.
The list of candidates has several NBA assistants, including Atlanta's Kenny Atkinson, San Antonio's Brett Brown, Chicago's Adrian Griffin, Boston's Jay Larranaga, and Portland's David Vanterpool. Sixers assistant Michael Curry, who served on former coach Doug Collins' staff last season, is also under consideration.
Attempts to reach the Sixers for comment were unsuccessful. They are the only NBA team without a head coach.