Thaddeus Young Wonders ‘All the Time’ If He’s Finished with Philadelphia 76ers

April 12th, 2014 by Joe Flynn Leave a reply »
Not only is power forward Thaddeus Young the longest-tenured member of the Philadelphia 76ers, he is pretty much a relic of a bygone era. 

He has played for five different coaches: Maurice Cheeks, Tony DiLeo, Eddie Jordan, Doug Collins and Brett Brown. He has been a part of four playoff teams, including the 2011-12 Sixers team that upset the No. 1 seed Chicago Bulls and pushed the Boston Celtics to seven games in the conference semifinals. 

Most importantly, he is a seven-year veteran on a team with 10 players with no more than one year of experience in the league. And he is no longer sure if he fits in with the new regime of first-year general manager Sam Hinkie. 

According to CSN Philly's Jason Smith, Young has considered the possibility that these could be his final games playing for the only professional club he's ever know:

"One thing I've always said: Just like upstairs, they put their GM hats on. I put mine on also. It's not just about basketball. It's about me as a player. This is a business, and it's about doing what's best for my family. It may be here, or it may not be here."

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