Ah, it’s all-star weekend. Despite many players not wanting to play during the annual weekend, most of the players are heading to participate in the weekend’s festivities. The Philadelphia Sixers’ MVP frontrunner, Joel Embiid, is going to be a starter for the fourth straight year. Embiid is on an absolute tear to start the first […]Read more "Sixers’ Joel Embiid Continues to Make An Impact On and Off the Floor"
Blake Griffin and the Detroit Pistons have officially parted ways after agreeing to the buyout. Should the Sixers pursue the former All-Star? The former first overall pick has an impressive resume. One that would have made the Sixers jump at the opportunity, at least three years ago. After a great start in Detroit, injuries cut […]Read more "Should the Sixers Pursue Blake Griffin After Buyout?"
The Sixers took down the Jazz in an overtime thriller. Joel Embiid proved to be the difference-maker, pouring in 40 points and 19 rebounds. In an effort that should sink Rudy Gobert’s DPOY campaign, Embiid proved to be counted on for reliable points throughout. He also proved to continue to live rent-free in Donovan Mitchell’s head […]Read more "Sixers Show Toughness in Overtime Victory over Jazz"
In their final game before the all-star break, the Sixers will take on the Utah Jazz at 7:00 PM EST tonight. . Each team sits in first place in their respective conferences and will look to head into the break on a positive note. The Jazz will travel to Philly for this matchup and the […]Read more "Sixers Look to Avenge Loss in Second Matchup Against Jazz"
The perfect Sixers trade? The looming trade deadline has been a hot topic amongst Sixers fans for quite some time now. Some want the team to go all-in on an All-Star caliber player like Kyle Lowry or Zach LaVine, others want the team to focus more on filling out their overall depth and bench. While […]Read more "Why the Sixers should be pestering the Pelicans for Lonzo Ball & Josh Hart"
Despite their 67 bench points added last night, the Sixers currently rank 28th in the NBA in bench scoring with 33.2 points per game. While there have certainly have been bright moments with the youthful bench squad, it is clear that there are still holes that need to be addressed before the trade deadline passes […]Read more "Which Sixers bench players will feature heavily in playoff rotation?"
With an 8-8 away record, the Indiana Pacers aren’t exactly the leagues’ most intimidating team. However, in an instance where the Sixers are looking to gear-down as the All-Star run-in begins, this game was always going to be the perfect opportunity to try and get the bench going. That’s exactly what happened in the 130-114 […]Read more "Sixers bench show they can shoulder the load in dominant win over Pacers"
The last time these two teams met, we learned why Doc Rivers was an upgrade over Brett Brown. Back on January 31, the Pacers were dominating the Sixers, taking a 20 point lead, and had that with as little as eight minutes remaining. Doc Rivers made adjustments, putting the Sixers into a 2-3 defensive zone. […]Read more "Sixers-Pacers: What to Watch in Tonight’s Eastern Conference Clash"
Coming off a rough loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers, it’s become painfully obvious that the Philadelphia 76ers have a depth issue. The Sixers have plenty of work to do if they’re going to turn this roster into a contender. If Daryl Morey is going to fill out this team, his best bet is through the […]Read more "Three Trades To Bolster The Philadelphia 76ers Bench"
The Sixers have assigned rookie Isaiah Joe to the Delaware Blue Coats. Joe will join the Blue Coats down in Orlando, Florida. The 49th pick in the 2020 NBA draft, Joe has already exceeded expectations for a player of his draft range. The rookie out of Arkansas has already shown that his shot has translated […]Read more "Sixers Assign Rookie Isaiah Joe To The Delaware Blue Coats"