The Sixers are back in action tonight after Sunday night’s game against the Oklahoma City Thunder was postponed. Welcoming the Boston Celtics into town, the Sixers will begin another “home & home” with both homes being Philly. One major storyline heading into the game has been the health of both teams. The Sixers have struggled […]Read more "Sixers to Host Boston in Latest “Home & Home”"
After taking the league by storm last season, Shake Milton has grown into one of the most pleasant surprises in recent Sixers history. The former 54th overall pick has played just 71 total NBA games in his career, yet he has already established himself as a key part of the future of the team. Milton, […]Read more "Shake Milton continues to be an X-Factor for the Sixers"
Ben Simmons has been through some tough times in Philadelphia since he was drafted by the Sixers back in 2016. There’s been a lot of pressure from fans and NBA experts alike on Simmons to be the driving force of the team and the guy who takes them (alongside fellow star Joel Embiid) to glory. […]Read more "Ben Simmons faced with the most important stretch of his young career"
Morey’s Sixers party isn’t over yet The Sixers look to be in a pretty comfortable position but that doesn’t mean the team can’t improve. Thankfully, when Daryl Morey banished Al Horford Oklahoma City, he created an $8.2 million trade exception by doing so. Trade exceptions allow teams to trade for one or more players without trading any of their […]Read more "Five More Trade Exception Targets The Sixers Should Pursue"
The Sixers are continuing to battle against the COVID-19 virus and its impact on the NBA season. Last night’s game against the Thunder was cancelled as the team didn’t have enough players, and they spent most of last week short-handed. However, very cloud has a silver lining and the recent lack of depth has given […]Read more "There is a silver lining for the Sixers after a week of COVID setbacks"
According to Adrian Wojnarowski, the Sixers will be unable to play in tonight’s game against the Oklahoma City Thunder due to ongoing contact tracing. This is the first Sixers game to be postponed in light of contact tracing, despite the team being massively shorthanded after Seth Curry’s COVID-19 diagnosis left the team in a vulnerable […]Read more "Sixers vs Thunder postponed due to contact tracing results"
Last night, the Sixers failed to capitalize on a fourth quarter comeback against the Grizzlies. Tobias Harris stepped out of bounds while attempting to tie the game with the shot clock unplugged. This game ending moment added another turnover to the Sixers’ horrid 23 total in the contest. The Sixers, who will still be without […]Read more "Sixers Travel to OKC to Take on the Horford-less Thunder"
The Sixers look like an incredibly well-rounded team early in the season. The team’s depth though is still in question. Not in quantity nor in quality for that matter. The true issue is at one particular position. Led by Shake Milton, the Sixers have some young guards who are extremely versatile but they are also […]Read more "Could The Sixers Look To Bring Back Ersan Ilyasova?"
Sixers couldn’t complete their comeback, falling to the Grizzlies by a score of 106-104. Entering the contest without their superstar big man (Embiid was out due to knee treatment/load management), the Sixers came out looking super flat against a Memphis Grizzlies squad that was seeing last year’s Rookie of the Year winner, Ja Morant, return […]Read more "Embiid-less Sixers fail to rally past Grizzlies in heroic comeback attempt"
After back-to-back victories over the Heat, the Sixers return to the court to take on the Memphis Grizzlies for the first time this season. The Grizzlies have had a disappointing start to the season sitting at 10th in the Western Conference with a record of 5-6. The Grizzlies play a much slower pace than the […]Read more "Sixers, Without Embiid, Look To Continue Their Win Streak vs. Grizzlies"