The NBA seems to have decided on a date to resume its season. According to Shams Charania of the Athletic, NBA commissioner Adam Silver has informed the Board of Governors that the target date for the NBA’s return is July 31st. The NBA was actually the first of the major sports league to suspend their […]Read more "Instant analysis: NBA to Target July 31 as Return Date"
The end to the 2020 NBA season will be unorthodox to say the least, the season might not even end until sometime around Labor Day. The Sixers will still have an opportunity to pursue a playoff push and hopefully they go far, but they have some obvious holes that will need to be addressed before […]Read more "Five Players the Sixers Should Consider Bringing Back"
There are some things in Philadelphia that are extremely popular and for good reason too. To name a few: cheesesteaks, water ice, the Eagles, oh and Al Horford trade ideas. In the third part of our new series “Counteroffer” we’ll be looking at yet another Al Hoford trade scenario. In our first piece, we took […]Read more "Counteroffer: Al Horford for Blake Griffin?"
The Sixers are unlikely to stand pat after this season baring a miraculous trip to the NBA Finals. If and when they decide to shake up the roster, it will likely be a little more than a tune-up. In our series “Counteroffer” we’ve been looking at some of the recent trade rumors surrounding the Sixers, […]Read more "Counteroffer: Exploring a Sixers trade to bring Kyle Lowry Home"
There’s often a debate around who the greatest of all time (G.O.A.T.) is in any sport. For many in basketball that is Michael Jordan. Some say LeBron, a few other names slip in occasionally but the difference usually depends on the criteria used. It’s difficult also to compare different positions, centers especially are difficult to […]Read more "Where do Wilt and Moses rank among Top 10 NBA Centers of all time?"
With the NBA season suspended, there are plenty of trade rumors, scenarios, & ideas going around to pass the time. Some seem to hold water while others might be a bit more questionable. In our new series, “Counteroffer,” we’ll take a look at some recent Sixers trade rumors, analyze them, and present a counter offer […]Read more "Counteroffer: Al Horford to Houston?"
One of the most beloved Sixers from the “Process” era could find his way home this offseason. Dario “the Homie” Saric will most likely be hitting restricted free agency this offseason and that may be the perfect opportunity for a reunion. Saric should be remembered as a field-stretching glue-guy who fit well between Ben Simmons […]Read more "Could the Sixers Reunite with Dario Saric this offseason?"
The NBA still has yet to decide whether or not the season will continue or be canceled. The decision should hopefully be made over the next month or two but either way, there will be a draft, it’s just a matter of when. The Sixers boast a bevy of picks at the moment and General […]Read more "Sixers Only 2020 Mock Draft 1.0: A first-round steal"
For all the success the Sixers have seen during the past two seasons, the team has disappointed this year. The team has dealt with injuries and inconsistency throughout the season and the overall fit of the roster has been questionable at best. There has been plenty of criticism hurled toward Sixers’ General Manager Elton Brand […]Read more "How Elton Brand can turn things around for the Sixers"
The NBA has announced that both the draft lottery and combine will be postponed indefinitely due to the coronavirus outbreak. The lottery and combine were both scheduled to take place in Chicago, with the lottery taking place May 19th and the combine May 21-24. It’s not a surprise as in order. For the lottery to […]Read more "NBA Postpones Draft Lottery, Combine Amid COVID Pandemic"