As the NBA season is getting to the last legs, the media has started to lean towards Donovan Mitchell of the Utah Jazz as their rookie of the year. While the Sixers Ben Simmons has been a great player, the new talk has everyone saying that he’s not really a rookie, since he sat out […]Read more "Why Sixers sensation Ben Simmons should win Rookie of the Year"
The 2018 NBA Al-Star game is in the books and the Sixers have 27 games remaining on their schedule. Currently, at 30-25 and on a five game win streak, the team is looking to make the final push toward the playoffs. Joel Embiid and the All-Star game: Joel had a big weekend. He played […]Read more "Sixers stars left fans purring during All-Star Weekend"
I apologize for the lack of content from me as I’ve spent the past week watching the Eagles win the Super Bowl, then partying all week in the city and attending the parade. After some rest and recovery, I’ve made it back and we need to look at what our Sixers are doing. Simmons […]Read more "Six shots: What have the Sixers been up to since the Eagles won the Super Bowl?"
Process: A series of actions or steps taken in order to achieve a particular end. That’s the definition folks. That’s what it’s all about in Philadelphia. “The Process” was started as a way of taking the Sixers from being a team that couldn’t think about winning a title to becoming one that would continually be […]Read more "An open letter to Sixers fans: Trust the process"
Lately, it seems, the fans in Philly want to see the Sixers make a move an more specifically a big move to grab someone that they think will suddenly make the team elite. Names like Lou Williams, Tyreke Evans, Nikola Mirotic, and Mario Hezonja, among others have come up. Why would any of these guys […]Read more "Why the Sixers should resist all trade temptations"
We’re in to the start of 2018 and the Sixers are 21-20 as they approach the midway point of the season. For a team that’s in the later stages of “The Process”, the city and the team have to be excited about what they’ve seen so far. THE PROCESS Joel Embiid has been as good […]Read more "It’s 2018 and the Sixers are exciting: Eight thoughts on the season so far"
The Sixers went in to Los Angeles for two games against the Clippers and Lakers. The first one was supposed to be tough and give Joel Embiid a test going against DeAndre Jordan. The second one was to showcase the best rookie in the league in years against Ben Simmons (according to everyone outside of […]Read more "Six Shots from the Sixers historic week in Los Angeles"
What an amazing weekend of listening to everyone complain about Joel Embiids lost step, how Markelle Fultz was shooting left handed and Lonzo Ball being the most shown NBA player in the league. Did anyone else see that Balls younger brother was arrested last week? Has anyone noticed that Jahlil Okafor is still a Sixer? […]Read more "Six shots from the Sixers weekend that was: Okafor’s future and unwarranted criticism"
This past week we’ve seen the Sixers build on their win over the Mavericks on October 28th. With wins over Atlanta, Utah, Indiana, and Houston the Sixers took a five game win streak in to their Thursday night matchup with the Sacramento Kings. We’ve seen them win with and without Joel Embiid and Markelle Fultz […]Read more "Six Shots: Observations & opinion on Sixers stunning win streak that came to heartbreaking end"
Welcome to the first Sixers Roundtable here at Philly Sports Network. We had our Sixers writers, Liam Jenkins, Yamil Rivera, Raheem Johnson and Tim Sullivan sit down and answer some of the questions that we’ve received from our readers. With this will have a weekly go around where we can discuss the issues facing the […]Read more "Sixers Roundtable: The Okafor conundrum, accountability and veteran leadership"