As the new NBA season grows closer, teams have released their full schedules for the upcoming season. The 76ers will play 27 national TV games, not including the additional 12 games that will air on NBA TV. That’s quite a jump in national airtime from the 14 games they had last year. Here are some […]Read more "Five must-watch matchups in Sixers 2018 schedule"
The Utah Jazz are playing on Christmas Day for the first time since 1997. The Milwaukee Bucks will be playing in their first Christmas game since 1977. The Philadelphia 76ers will be on national television twice during the NBA opening week and will also play on Martin Luther King Jr. Day. The Chicago Bulls will […]Read more "Where do Simmons and Embiid rank among the NBA’s young stars?"
The 76ers desperately want to get rid of Jerryd Bayless’ contract before the season starts. He is owed nearly $8.6 million this upcoming season. The team was reportedly considering a buyout until rumors started swirling that they were trying to trade him to the Cleveland Cavaliers in exchange for veteran shooter and former Sixer, Kyle […]Read more "Three trade scenarios that see the Sixers shifting the heavy contract of Jerryd Bayless"
The 76ers took a gamble when they traded Mikal Bridges to the Suns in exchange for Zhaire Smith. Bridges was a proven player, having won 2 NCAA Championships with Villanova and posting 17.7 points and 5.3 rebounds in his final year with the team. Despite his accomplishments, the team decided to go with Zhaire Smith, […]Read more "Can Zhaire Smith become a star for the 76ers?"
Establishing themselves as a force to be reckoned with last season, the Sixers finished as the 3rd best team in the Eastern Conference and 5th best in the league with a 52-30 record. Emerging superstars Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid anchored a top 5 defense that led the team to the Eastern Conference Semifinals where […]Read more "Three things Sixers need to improve on if they’re to become a leading Eastern Conference contender"
The Philadelphia 76ers are still searching for a new General Manager. Despite Brett Brown doing a graceful job of maneuvering through the offseason, he has made it known that he has no intentions of keeping the title long term. The Sixers have reportedly been aggressive in searching for a new GM. According to Marc Stein […]Read more "The perfect candidate for Sixers GM job is a true ‘hidden gem’"
The Sixers added some fresh new faces to their squad this summer. Each addition brings something new to the team. Whether it be shooting, defense or playmaking, each one adds a new dynamic. When the Sixers traded Mikal Bridges for Zhaire Smith, they knew exactly what they were getting. Zhaire Smith is a superb athlete […]Read more "What should we expect from Sixers latest additions?"
Sixers fans, it’s over. You have to be happy about it. I know that a lot of the fans are not, but it’s over. Kawhi Leonard is not coming to Philly and it’s the best thing that happened to the team this offseason. Spare me the comments where you don’t provide any rational argument other […]Read more "Missing out on Kawhi Leonard was the best thing to happen to the Sixers this offseason"
Although this has been publicly known for quite some time, the three-team deal that sends Justin Anderson to Atlanta and Timothé Luwawu-Cabarrot to Oklahoma has been completed. Here’d everything you need to know. Brett Brown announced that six-year forward Mike Muscala will be joining the Sixers as part of this three team deal, while Atlanta […]Read more "Instant analysis: Sixers complete three-team deal to acquire Mike Muscala"
Jimmy Butler is not content with the Minnesota Timberwolves, particularly his younger teammates Karl Anthony Towns and Andrew Wiggins. According to several reports, Butler is fed up with the nonchalant attitude of the younger Wolves. Butler’s dissatisfaction with the Timberwolves defense is publicly well known. “We just gotta get tougher. We gotta play like some […]Read more "Should the Sixers trade for Jimmy Butler?"