Last night, the Sixers failed to capitalize on a fourth quarter comeback against the Grizzlies. Tobias Harris stepped out of bounds while attempting to tie the game with the shot clock unplugged. This game ending moment added another turnover to the Sixers’ horrid 23 total in the contest. The Sixers, who will still be without […]Read more "Sixers Travel to OKC to Take on the Horford-less Thunder"
In last night’s win over the Pittsburgh Penguins, Flyers’ center Sean Couturier left the game early. After taking his first two shifts, Coots took a clean hit from Jared McCann, instantly sending him up the tunnel with the Flyers’ training staff. As a result of this hit, the reigning Selke award winner will miss a […]Read more "Sean Couturier To Be Out At Least Two Weeks for the Flyers"
The Philadelphia 76ers have had a rocky season so far. Derailed by COVID-19 concerns, it’s no secret that depth is going to be key for the any team, as we’ve seen with the Sixers. Where does some of that depth come from, you may ask? The Delaware Blue Coats. The G-League has announced that they […]Read more "Sixers’ G-League Affiliate, Delaware Blue Coats, Finalize Roster"
We all know what happened last weekend. The Sixers, despite a bit of a COVID-19 issue, were forced to play Saturday against the Nuggets. We watched there second and third stringers play over 20 minutes each. Some of the younger guys even eclipsed the 41 minute mark, pretty much playing the entire game. Rookie Tyrese […]Read more "The Tip-Off: Simmons-less Sixers Look to Conquer the Hawks"
Ah, Flyers’ hockey is so close, I can smell it. Sunday evening, there are going to be some good NFL wildcard games on. Don’t get me wrong, those are probably going to be a whole lot more interesting than a Flyers’ intrasquad scrimmage. However, for us hockey fans, this is a big deal. The Flyers […]Read more "Four Storylines to Watch During the Flyers’ Intrasquad Scrimmage"
Despite the Sixers only having six players not listed as questionable or out, they will attempt to take on the Denver Nuggets Saturday afternoon. To begin, let’s just address the Sixers’ elephant in the room. Thursday night, the Sixers’ put on a lackluster performance against the shorthanded Brooklyn Nets. Right before the game, new Sixer […]Read more "The Tip-Off: Shorthanded Sixers Look to Squeeze Past the Nuggets"
The Philadelphia Sixers have been the best team in the NBA. After starting the season 7-1, they are now facing critique that they have not faced an actual contender yet. Joel Embiid has been front-running the MVP race, as newcomers Seth Curry and Danny Green have been playing their roles perfectly. Fear not though, naysayers, […]Read more "Everything You Need to Know as the Sixers Seek Their Sixth Straight Win"
In a new article series at Philly Sports Network, the guys over at Spreadin’ The Love are teaming up with some of our Philadelphia 76ers’ writers to bring you the best bets of the week. In their first two weeks of regular-season action, the Sixers literally showed their highs, mediums, and lows. Sure, there was […]Read more "Sixers’ Week Ahead: Best bets for this week of action"
Over the past few years, there has been one Flyers’ player that has been pretty much untouchable. Sean Couturier, fresh off a Selke award, has been one of the team’s best players, and probably the best all-around skater. He looks to continue his success, and will be one the team’s leaders heading into the shortened […]Read more "Flyers’ Season Preview: What Can We Expect From Sean Couturier?"
During a New Years Eve press conference, Flyers’ general manager Chuck Fletcher announced that Sam Morin will move to left-wing at the start of training camp. Morin, who has struggled to stay on the ice after a pair ACL tears, looked to be a promising bruising blueliner for the team. However, now due to the […]Read more "Sam Morin will make the move to Left Wing ahead of Flyers training camp"