It’s over and yet, it’s just starting for the Philadelphia 76ers. Having just won their opening round series against the Miami Heat, the Sixers move on to the second round of the NBA Playoffs against the winner of the Celtics/Bucks series. Where does it all go from here? How far can the Sixers go in […]Read more "Five thoughts on the Sixers as they prepare for round 2 of the NBA playoffs"
It’s April 24th and the Philadelphia 76ers are still playing basketball and should be for the foreseeable future. If you thought that was a possibility to start this season, then you’re a liar. No one could have seen this team doing what they’re doing, myself included. The scary part is that they’re just getting started. What […]Read more "Could the Sixers go all the way and win the NBA Championship? It’s more likely than you think"
The Philadelphia 76ers are a real threat in the Eastern Conference. Many may have thought that once the playoffs arrived that the team would wilt due to a lack of experience and the apparent devaluing of the 16-game win streak to end the season. They didn’t really play a lot of good teams during the […]Read more "Sixers made a firm statement against a malicious Miami team"
Game two is almost upon us and energy is at an all-time high in the City of Brotherly Love. The question on everyone’s lips now is ‘how long can they keep the freight train going?’. A seventeen game win streak and a double-digit blowout of the Heat certainly leave them in good stead, even without […]Read more "Fultz, optionality and sharpshooters: Five things to watch in game two of Sixers vs Heat"
Welcome back everyone! We weren’t able to push out a round table piece last week due to some unforeseen circumstances but we are back! We can’t wait for you to read what Tim and I have cooked up this week. Enjoy! What is your opinion of Brett Brown keeping Ben Simmons off the floor […]Read more "Sixers roundtable: Polarizing figures, playoff decisions and late-game lineups"
A little over halfway through the season, the Sixers are a respectable 30-25 and are currently slotted as the seventh seed in the Eastern Conference. This a vast improvement from the past several seasons, as they have already topped their win totals from the previous four seasons. While there are reasons to be encouraged about […]Read more "Sixers need a Post All-Star Break Robert Covington Resurgence"
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?"
What would you have said if you were told that one month into the 2017-18 NBA season, the Celtics, sans Gordon Hayward, would have the best record in the league, the Detroit Pistons would be sitting in 3rd place in the conference, and the Knicks, yes the Knicks would be above .500? I would have […]Read more "Playoffs not a sure thing for Sixers in improved Eastern Conference"
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"
NBA basketball is back and it feels so good! Unfortunately two critical turnovers and slow start to the team chemistry cost the Sixers an otherwise winnable game. Covington was locked in from long range, leading the team in points. Ben Simmons debuted with a double-double and Embiid played nearly 50% more minutes than anticipated. Covington […]Read more "Brett Brown throws Embiid’s Minute Restriction Out the Window as Sixers fall to Wizards"