How a vote of confidence from Brett Brown could push Sixers to a game 3 win over the Heat

Just like in game one, the atmosphere was electric in the Wells Fargo Center, however last night’s performance was anything but. The Sixers slipped to a ten point defeat in game two of their playoff series against the Miami Heat, but it could’ve been much worse. When we look at the reason’s for the loss, […]

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Sixers can’t seem to find shooting stroke: Recapping a frustrating Game 2 loss to Miami

After torching the Heat with a three-point barrage in Game 1, the Sixers weren’t as successful from beyond the arc in the second game of the series, and it ultimately cost them the game. That wasn’t the only issue on Monday night, however, as the team also dealt with some controversial officiating and a breakout performance […]

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Energy, pace and selflessness: Five takeaways from the Sixers first playoff win since 2012

The Wells Fargo Center wasn’t just the venue for the Sixers first playoff game since 2012. It was the epicenter of a journey spanning the last five years. Gone are the days where the stadium sits half-filled in near-silence. Packed to the rafters and with the very ground shaking throughout the night, the Sixers home […]

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“I’m not surprised at all.” Kobe Bryant opens up on overlooked cog in Sixers playoff machine

Sixteen straight wins, fifty-two in total. The story of the Philadelphia 76ers and their rise from the ashes of traded players such as Michael Carter-Williams has been absolutely incredible. A new chapter is about to open for the City of Philadelphia, with the Sixers set to make their first playoff berth since the 2011-2012 campaign. […]

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The Philly Sports Network Weekly Sixers Round Table: Can Philly become a top-4 seed?

Welcome everybody to the 76ers Weekly Round Table, presented to you by Tim Sullivan and Yamil Roman. Every Friday we will be discussing all things Sixers. Everything from Markelle Fultz to the upcoming draft, we will cover an array of different topics each Friday. We hope you enjoy what he have to say. Now let’s […]

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Sixers underdog T.J. McConnell is the hero we didn’t know we needed

The Philadelphia 76ers are 7-3 in their last 10 games and are the 8th seed in the Eastern Conference. The team’s success this month could be credited to Ben Simmons’ new found aggressiveness and Joel Embiid’s stellar performances. However, let’s not overlook T.J. McConnell, who has been a workhorse during his entire tenure with the […]

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A process worth trusting: Grading the Sixers through opening 23 games of the season

The NBA season is almost one third in the books. This will be the first of three reports, grading each player on the Sixers roster. Several contributing factors are taken into account: statistics, chemistry with teammates, improvement from past seasons (if applicable) and the ever important, eye test. Let’s get started…   Justin Anderson: C […]

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