The Philadelphia 76ers will be drafting 10th, 26th, 38th, 39th, 56th and 60th overall in the 2018 NBA Draft. There are some interesting players that the team could select if they don’t trade any of the picks, which is more likely than not. Let’s take a look at some potential targets for the Sixers. […]Read more "Identifying five realistic Draft targets for the Sixers"
After a hard-fought, competitive series against the Boston Celtics, the Sixers brass will have to focus on offseason duties a bit earlier than expected. The five-game series loss to infamous division rivals will certainly sting throughout the organization, as they had greater aspirations, but it was a season to be immensely proud of. The Sixers crawled […]Read more "A Peek Into the Crystal Ball: Sixers Offseason Preview"
The Sixers fought back in a way that only a Philadelphia could last night, avoiding a sweep against the Boston Celtics in an impressive 103-92 home win. While the continued efficiency from Dario Saric and Joel Embiid will be heralded, there is one player and one decision that deserves special recognition. Before the game, Brett […]Read more "T.J McConnell relit a dying fire for the Sixers in game 4 and it now burns brighter than ever"
One point. One singular point. That will be the statistic that every Celtics analyst, fan and anyone on the Donovan Mitchell hype train will refuse to stop screaming from the top of their lungs, at least until game three of the series between the Sixers and Celtics. There’s no denying that Ben Simmons appeared to […]Read more "Ben Simmons endures playoff growing pains in game 2, but that’s no reason for Sixers fans to panic"
The Sixers dropped the opening game of their rivalry playoff matchup against Miami, but first blood doesn’t always win the war. Here’s how Philadelphia can level the playing field in game two. Defense: This one’s a no-brainer, but when the Celtics are draining 17-35 from beyond the arc, something has to change. Terry Rozier […]Read more "Three things the Sixers need to do in order to defeat Boston in game 2"
Following an impressive blowout victory in Game 3 of the series, the Sixers were looking for more of the same in Game 4 against the Heat. The Sixers, however, weren’t nearly as sharp as they were in the previous contest. Turnovers plagued the team and they struggled to get into a groove from beyond the arc […]Read more "A Win is a Win: Recapping an Improbable Sixers Game 4 Victory"
The 76ers and Heat faced off in one of the most physical matchups in recent NBA Playoff history. There were shoving matches and nasty glances galore. The game went down to the wire, with the 76ers outplaying the Miami Heat in the final minutes and coming out with a 106-102 victory to take a 3-1 […]Read more "Sixers send strong message to rest of the NBA with Game 4 win over Heat"
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 […]Read more "Sixers can’t seem to find shooting stroke: Recapping a frustrating Game 2 loss to Miami"
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"
After a six-year hiatus, the Philadelphia 76ers were finally back at Wells Fargo Center for some playoff basketball. It’s been a long, hectic, and sometimes even tumultuous road back to glory, but the time has finally come. Traveling to a hostile road arena to take on a No.3 seed riding a 16 game winning streak was […]Read more "Method to the madness: How the Sixers doused Miami’s flames in Game 1"