The Sixers added a lot of talent to their frontcourt this offseason. The team signed Al Horford to a 4-year deal and added Kyle O’Quinn as well. They also managed to resign Tobias Harris, James Ennis, and Mike Scott, providing even more frontcourt depth. Jonah Bolden, who showed some promise last season, suddenly finds himself […]Read more "Can Jonah Bolden crack the Sixers rotation this season?"
The Philadelphia 76ers have hired former NBA center Roy Hibbert as a player development coach, according to Shams Charania of The Athletic. Hibbert was a 2x All-Star with the Indiana Pacers and had a respectable 9 year NBA career. He’s mostly known for being a defensive anchor. He made the 2013-14 All-Defensive 2nd Team and […]Read more "Hiring Roy Hibbert could be a sneaky good move for the Sixers"
The Sixers are big. They’re really big…but enough of that storyline. Brett Brown will have the opportunity to toy with several small ball lineups without sacrificing production, which is something he didn’t have last season. Let’s take a look at some potential “Death Squad” lineups the Sixers could deploy: Lineup 1 Ben Simmons, Zhaire Smith, […]Read more "Potential small-ball lineups the Sixers should explore"
The Sixers once again have championship aspirations after adding Al Horford and Josh Richardson to their already blossoming core. Elton Brand has created a super-sized lineup that projects to be a defensive juggernaut in the upcoming season. Horford and Richardson fit nicely next to Joel Embiid, Ben Simmons and Tobias Harris on paper but what […]Read more "What if the Sixers new lineup doesn’t perform as expected?"
In a league that has been prioritizing small ball over the past few seasons, the Sixers are trending in the opposite direction. The team reconstructed their roster after losing JJ Redick to the New Orleans Pelicans and Jimmy Butler in a sign-and-trade to the Miami Heat. In return, the Sixers acquired two-way wing Josh Richardson […]Read more "Oversized Sixers are going against the tide in small ball era"
The Sixers will presumably be looking to add cheap pieces to their roster if their plan to resign Tobias Harris and Jimmy Butler goes smoothly. However, they may already have a cheap contributor on their bench in the form of Shake Milton. Milton is a 6’6 combo guard, drafted 54th overall in the 2018 NBA […]Read more "Shake Milton could give Sixers a boost next season"
The NBA landscape has been shaken to its core after Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reported that the Pelicans have agreed to a trade to send Anthony Davis to the Lakers in exchange for Lonzo Ball, Brandon Ingram, Josh Hart and 3 first round picks, including the 4th overall pick in this year’s draft. That’s a […]Read more "How the Anthony Davis blockbuster trade impacts the Sixers"
The Toronto Raptors have won their first ever NBA Championship. They’ve overcome the long and grueling road that was this year’s playoffs to come out on top. While some may put a maple-shaped asterisk next to their title because of the Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson injuries, there really shouldn’t be one. The Raptors fought […]Read more "The Raptors victory should encourage Sixers to run it back"
With the Sixers having so many free agents on their roster, I thought it would be interesting to play a guessing game. Who doesn’t love a good guessing game right? I’ll predict whether the Sixers bring back their free agents or not as well as potential landing spots for them. So, let’s get right into […]Read more "The Sixers Free Agent Guessing Game"
Ime Udoka has been hired by the 76ers to be Brett Brown’s lead assistant, according to reports from Shams Charania of The Athletic and Stadium. Udoka has spent his entire coaching career with the San Antonio Spurs. Now, the 41-year-old moves into the spotlight as 2nd only to Brett Brown himself in one of the […]Read more "Hiring Ime Udoka could be a sign of things to come for the Sixers"