Coming off a dismal road trip, the Sixers finally returned home Monday night. Despite Ben Simmons “nearly throwing up” after a gruesome injury to Joel Embiid, the Sixers finally looked back to form. They played as a unit as they edged out the Oklahoma City Thunder, 120-113. Up next comes another test for Philly. The […]Read more "The Tip-Off: Joel Embiid Ruled Out as Sixers Host Celtics"
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"
After a brutal four-game road trip, the Philadelphia 76ers returned home on Monday night to square off against the red hot Oklahoma City Thunder. Through a heavy distribution of scoring and some very timely distance shooting, the Sixers were able to snap out of their slump with a 120-113 victory. Entering the 2019/2020 season, many […]Read more "Sixers finally end losing streak with a win over the Thunder"
The misery is finally over. During their four game road trip, the Sixers looked horrendous. Poor spacing, poor shooting, and lack of effort all around caused a bump in the road for Philly. However, after dropping all four games of their road trip, the Philadelphia 76ers (23-14) are officially back home to their safe haven. […]Read more "The Tip-Off: Sixers finally return home to host Thunder"
In the last ten days or so, the Sixers have gone from blowing out the best team in the NBA on Christmas Day, to now losing four in a row. The 76ers have been incredibly inconsistent this season (to say the least), and with that has come a string of strange and unpredictable losses. Friday […]Read more "Three things we learned in Sixers’ 4th Straight Loss"
After a very impressive win against the Milwaukee Bucks on Christmas Day, it has been straight misery since. The Philadelphia 76ers have dropped three straight games, causing their locker room to fill with frustration. Each player is calling for, as Josh Richardson expressed, “accountability.” Brett Brown and his squad look to end this dismal road […]Read more "The Tip-Off: Sixers seeking their first win since Christmas"
Happy New Year and Happy New Decade! With 2019 coming to a conclusion, not only do we have an opportunity to reflect on an entire year of Sixers basketball, but we also can reflect on an entire decade. The 2010s were no doubt a tumultuous time for the Philadelphia 76ers and their fans. We experienced […]Read more "Deciding who would make the Sixers’ all-2010’s team"
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"