Joel Embiid dominated offensively, but the Sixers barely held on against a Pelicans team, missing both Zion Williams and Brandon Ingram. The Sixers managed to hold the lead at the sound of the last buzzer, but once again, the team nearly dropped a game against lower competition after maintaining a large lead. After leading by 16 points […]Read more "Sixers Barely Hold On Against The Zion-less Pelicans"
Life is good for the Philadelphia 76ers as the Brooklyn Nets dropped another game to the Mavericks last night, making this four straight losses for the team. As a result of this loss, the Sixers’ Eastern Conference lead has been pushed to 2.5 games. With six games left to play, the Sixers are in the […]Read more "Sixers Searching for Seventh Straight Victory in Pelicans Matchup"
When the Sixers opted to hire head coach Doc Rivers to replace Brett Brown, the team was hoping for a corresponding exchange in identity. Rivers, who boasts the tenth-most all-time NBA coaching wins with 986 and counting, has long carried the identity of a winner- a character trait the Sixers longed to possess. Proven Winner […]Read more "Doc Rivers is showing why he was the perfect hire as playoffs near"
As the two main prizes that the Sixers were able to secure in “The Process Era,” expectations have been heavy for Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons since they came into the league. The duo has developed during their time together and climbed the ranks of the NBA’s best partnerships throughout their four years in the […]Read more "How Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons have grown into one of the league’s most dangerous pairings"
The 76ers owe a huge “thank you” to the Milwaukee Bucks for their efforts this week. Despite them producing two dominant victories over the Sixers, the Bucks have more than made up for it as they now have taken down the Nets in back-to-back wins. This pushes the Sixers’ lead for first place in the […]Read more "76ers looking to pad their first-seed lead with a win over Rockets"
Sixers win 106-94. With the hunt for the #1 seed still well underway in the Eastern Conference, the Sixers had themselves what many perceived to be a “gimme” game against the Chicago Bulls. The Bulls were without both Zach LaVine and Nikola Vucevic, by far their two best players. The Sixers were also strolling in […]Read more "Sixers overcome another blown lead in the second half to defeat the Bulls"
On the positive side of things, the Sixers are now on a four-game winning streak in which they have climbed back into first place in the conference once again. They will look to continue their journey to winning out as the team is back in action tonight against a likely-depleted Bulls roster, giving the Sixers […]Read more "Why the Sixers need to be smart in tonight’s clash with the Bulls"
That’s four wins in a row now for the Sixers as they take sole possession of the top seed in the Eastern Conference over the Brooklyn Nets. It wasn’t pretty; in fact, it was far more difficult than it should have been, but the Sixers pulled out a win against the Spurs. There were points […]Read more "Ben Simmons Saves The Day As Sixers Earn Fourth Straight Win"
The Sixers will look to carry the momentum of three straight blowout victories into tonight’s matchup with the Spurs as the season winds down. Now riding a three-game winning streak in which each game was won by an average of just over 32 points per game, the Sixers look to remain hot tonight. Even considering […]Read more "Streaking Sixers Look to Stay Hot in Matchup with Spurs"
Thanks to a well-rounded performance from the entire roster, the Sixers were able to take care of business against a pesky Hawks team. With the hunt for the #1 seed still very much alive, the Sixers took care of business at home against a rather feisty Atlanta Hawks team. The Sixers, operating with a fully healthy starting […]Read more "“Sixers Take Care Of Business By Crushing The Hawks"