The 76ers effectively completed their offseason without a general manager.
But they’re still trudging toward a hire.
Keith Pompey of The Inquirer:
Zanik and Rosas are two of the more-renowned executives who haven’t already run a front office. In other words, they might represent the ceiling of whom Philadelphia can attract. The 76ers reportedly want a collaborative approach, which has merits but will also dissuade more accomplished executives who want more control.
I wouldn’t assume Zanik and Rosas are necessarily the finalists for the job. They might be, but given the slowness of this process, others – maybe many others – could get more interviews.