It feels like an eternity ago since Brett Brown boldly proclaimed at the press conference mic that the Sixers were about to go Starhunting.” The date of this was June 21st 2018 which was somehow just 2 years ago. Coming on the heels of a team led by Embiid, Simmons, Robert Covington, JJ Redick, and […]Read more "How “Starhunting” became the Sixers’ biggest downfall"
Just a few games into this year’s NBA season and it seemed like Elton Brand and the Sixers had finally pulled all the right strings in building a championship contender. Facing off against his former team on November 23, newly acquired Josh Richardson poured in a season-high 32 points during a blowout win against Jimmy […]Read more "What does the future hold for Josh Richardson and the Sixers?"
We’ve all probably heard about it by now, that fateful night in 1999 where the Sixers were mere minutes away from acquiring Tracy McGrady (in a trade via the Toronto Raptors). With the deal agreed upon by both sides, and reporters already calling it a done deal (Stephen A. Smith), the Raptors backed out. The […]Read more "What if the Sixers had traded for Tracy McGrady in 1999?"
One of the more ironically “iconic” players from the Sixers hardcore tanking days, Tony Wroten truly embodied what it meant to be a member of “The Process”. A failed first-round draft pick for the Memphis Grizzlies, Wroten found a home with the 76ers for a few years. A First-team All-Pac-12 player coming out of college, […]Read more "Rewinding the process: Tony Wroten’s historic days as a Sixer"
“I’d love to be an All Star. It’s a goal of mine as a player” -Tobias Harris following Friday night’s win over the New Orleans Pelicans After Tobias Harris received a $180 million dollar max contract this past offseason, a common criticism of the deal was the fact that Harris had never been selected to […]Read more "Tobias Harris is living up to his contract & playing like an All-Star"
Despite appearing to be a solid player at times, Furkan Korkmaz is consistently proving to be a liability for the Philadelphia 76ers. Entering the 2019-20 NBA season, Elton Brand and the rest of the Sixers front office had quite a daunting task on their hands, replacing JJ Redick. For two straight seasons, Redick was one […]Read more "It’s Time for the Furkan Korkmaz Experiment to End"
After logging just 39 total NBA minutes in 2019, G Shake Milton has been relegated to the 76ers G-League affiliate: the Delaware Blue Coats. For those of you who didn’t already know, Milton had a MONSTER year for the Blue Coats last season. He led the team in scoring and ranked as one of the […]Read more "Instant Analysis: Sixers send Shake Milton to G-League"
Ben Simmons. A name in Philadelphia sports that generates more controversy than what you see at your average political debate. But what could one expect? After all, the 76ers committed a #1 overall pick and $180 million dollars to a guy who more or less can’t shoot a basketball. Following an offseason of Instagram highlights […]Read more "Ben Simmons: The Jump Shot is not the Problem"
With center Joel Embiid returning to the Philadelphia lineup fresh off a two-game suspension, many fans felt the Sixers were primed to get back to their winning ways. However, an early injury and some sloppy play late in the game led to Philly dropping their second game in a row (106-104). Top Performers Joel Embiid: […]Read more "Losing Simmons was the catalyst in Sixers loss to Jazz"
The 76ers improved to 2-0 on Saturday night, defeating the Detroit Pistons by a score of 117-111. Although not the greatest performance, the team managed to grind out a road win without their best player. Top Performers Tobias Harris: 29 points 10 rebounds 4/6 from three Ben Simmons: 13 points 10 assists 7 steals (career-high) […]Read more "What we learned from the Sixers’ road win over Pistons"