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"
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 […]Read more "Energy, pace and selflessness: Five takeaways from the Sixers first playoff win since 2012"
As one door closes, another one opens. The NBA playoffs are nearly upon us and would you believe it? The Philadelphia 76ers are about to make some noise. But just how far can they go? Our Sixers tandem examines that and much more in this week’s roundtable. Do you think Joel Embiid will return […]Read more "Sixers Roundtable: Can Philadelphia really make the Eastern Conference Finals?"
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 […]Read more "The Philly Sports Network Weekly Sixers Round Table: Can Philly become a top-4 seed?"
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"
The Sixers may have fallen short in London, surrendering a 22-point lead to the Boston Celtics, but one gleaming positive was on show yet again. The form of J.J Redick has only been getting hotter in recent weeks and even 5,000 miles away from home, the veteran sharp-shooter was dominant. Redick was a crucial cog […]Read more "Every cloud has a silver lining: J.J Redick continues to heat up as Sixers find their identity"
Things started off brilliantly for Philadelphia. A red-hot Redick burst out of the gate hitting 4/6 shots from beyond the arc…but then things started to slow down. It was a gradual climb, but the Celtics forced their way back into the game from 22 points down to eventually eclipse the Sixers, sweeping the series so […]Read more "Instant analysis: Sixers blow 22 point lead in London as complacency sets in"
I was lucky enough to be able to attend the NBA in London this week and go to the practices in the lead up to the game. This was my first event as credentialed media for my website Philly Sports Network and I wanted to share as much of that experience as I could with […]Read more "NBA LONDON VLOG: Sixers and Celtics practice highlights, interviews, analysis and more"
One more day. In under 24 hours, the Philadelphia 76ers will square off against the Boston Celtics at the 02 Arena in London. A rivalry that spans decades and has seen more rollercoaster moments than a theme park, the heat has been somewhat lacking from the matchup in recent years. Expect that to change. Fast. […]Read more "NBA London Diary: Sixers vs Celtics rivalry is primed to become the NBA’s most exciting once again"