The Philadelphia 76ers recently signed Elton Brand to a contract extension, according to reporting from Keith Pompey of the Philadelphia Inquirer and Brian Windhorst of ESPN.
A source tells Pompey that Brand has three years remaining on his contract and that he will remain as general manager of the 76ers despite the hiring of Daryl Morey as the top decision-maker.
“There’s a report out of Philly today, from Keith Pompey, that Elton Brand has three years left on his contract. Well, a month ago he had one year left on his contract, so I think there was a possibility Elton Brand got a contract extension that they didn’t announce.”
Brand assumed general manager duties following the departure of Bryan Colangelo in 2018.