The Philadelphia GM may have had as many as five accounts that he used to talk shit about players and coaches, and reveal sensitive information.
In search of the origins of the phrase "trust the process," we discovered that Theo Epstein possibly first brought the term into the sports lexicon.
The day of Twitter reckoning, when Sixers fans would retweet everyone who ever doubted The Process, arrived on Monday.
One year ago, Sam Hinkie's 13-page resignation letter brought The Process era to an end in Philadelphia. That work continues, but Hinkie's letter is history.
Heading in the All-Star Weekend, hosts Ben Detrick and Jordan Redaelli discuss whether Sam Hinkie should be rehired in Philly, NBA trade rumors, and the continuing drama with Charles Oakley and the New York Knicks.
During the lean years of The Process, the Sixers didn't give their fans much more than faith that things would someday be better. It was more than enough.
Right now, it makes far more sense for a player to go undrafted than to be selected in the back half of the NBA draft's second round—what some agents have started calling the "dead zone."
When the top two picks of the NBA Draft—and a pair of potential franchise saviors—squared off in the NBA Summer League, the fun was mostly about what's to come.
The NBA Peaked This Week, On to the Playoffs: COOKIES 019 with Real Estate's Jackson Pollis and Corban Goble
Jackson Pollis, of the band Real Estate, and journalist Corban Goble join COOKIES to discuss Kobe Bryant, Crying MJ, and the NBA Playoffs.
Sam Hinkie's Process is over in Philadelphia. Joe Lacob's work taking credit in Golden State is only beginning. Business, in other words, is booming as usual.