Coming off a loss to the Indiana Pacers, the Sixers were desperate for a win. The team had fallen to sixth place in the Eastern Conference and were facing the division rival Brooklyn Nets. Desperate in their own sense, the Nets cling to eighth place in the East and are 3-7 in their last ten […]Read more "Sixers Recap: Harris leads rally to victory"
The Sixers are in the market for some certified shooters. The team as a unit shoots incredibly poor for a modern NBA contender. They rank 17th in 3-point percentage and 25th in 3-pointers per game (as of 1/14/20). The numbers are even worse than they appear because the Sixers also lack consistency. They may shoot […]Read more "Sixers Trade Targets: Bargain Bin Shooters"
The Philadelphia 76ers stopped by Indiana in their latest road match-up. Having lost their past five games on the road, last night’s game was all the more important. Raising the stakes, the Sixers held only a half-game lead over the Pacers for the Fifth seed in the Eastern Conference. First Quarter Winning the jump, the […]Read more "Sixers fall to Pacers and face a string of must-win games"
The bad news just keeps coming for Philadelphia fans. On Monday 1/6 Joel Embiid dislocated his left ring finger when the Sixers took on the Oklahoma City Thunder. Embiid came out of the game for what only felt like a few minutes, and returned to lead the team to victory. It was the Sixers’ first […]Read more "Down Goes Embiid: Sixers Star’s Latest Injury"
The Sixers are struggling, not only on the court but in the locker room as well. Players are taking not-so-veiled shots at one another, tuning out the coach, and complaining about roles/accountability. Currently the fifth seed in the Eastern Conference, the Sixers are playing well beneath the expectation many felt before the start of the […]Read more "Who’s to blame for the Sixers’ off-court struggles?"
The Philadelphia 76ers are struggling. The team is having problems coming together as a unit and it is affecting their record. Expected to be the second-best team in the Eastern Conference, the Sixers would only be the fifth seed if the season ended today. Chemistry issues have made themselves very apparent and the team as […]Read more "Do the Sixers have an on-court chemistry issue?"
On December 7th, 2019, Sixers Head Coach Brett Brown made a public declaration about Ben Simmons. Brown said “This is what I want, I want a three-point shot a game, minimum”. Ever since that day, Ben Simmons has taken a total of ZERO shots from behind the arc. Either not hearing his Coach or tuning […]Read more "Brett Brown Takes the Blame for Simmons’ lack of three-point shooting"
The 2010s were a bit all over the place for the Sixers in terms of success. True the team did add superstars Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons and the Sixers have reached the second round the past two years, but it was far from all sunshine and roses. The Sixers experienced a lot of turmoil, […]Read more "Ranking the top five biggest mistakes the Sixers made this decade"
The 2010s were a decade of dramatic changes for the Philadelphia 76ers. The team started with Allen Iverson’s farewell season and are ending it with a Joel Embiid led superteam. A lot has happened in the past ten years, some of it was good, some bad, some incredible, some devastating. The good and the bad […]Read more "Ranking the top ten Sixers moments of the decade"
The Sixers followed their incredible Christmas day win by laying an absolute egg of a game against the Magic in Orlando. The team needs to move on and leave this depressing loss behind them. Staying in-state, the Sixers will travel from Orlando to Miami to face off against Jimmy Butler and the Miami Heat. The […]Read more "Game Preview: Sixers will try to light a fire against Heat"