Less than two months ago and things were pretty clear when it came to Brett Brown’s future as head coach of the Philadelphia 76ers: go deep in the playoffs, or get fired. With a shortened season essentially a guarantee at this point, and a new playoff format also potentially in play, Brown’s status has become […]Read more "Sixers: Shortened season adds confusion to the Brett Brown decision"
With the 2020 NBA free agency period expected to be a big one for the Philadelphia 76ers, PhillySportsNetwork writer Zach Ciavolella (@ZCiavoPSN) proposed the idea of the team bringing back Dario Saric. Less than two weeks later and it appears this idea has started to pick up steam. In a story put out by Paul […]Read more "Rumors of a Dario Saric & Sixers reunion are picking up steam"
Even with the NBA season still in a hiatus, Al Horford’s name continues to be brought up in trade discussions. In the latest rumor (initially reported on by Justin Grasso of Sports Illustrated), former NBA executive John Hollinger suggested Al Horford be moved for Harrison Barnes of the Sacramento Kings. After playing a crucial role […]Read more "Former NBA exec has Sixers’ Al Horford being traded for Harrison Barnes"
Furkan Korkmaz has been one of the best “feel good” stories of the 2019-20 NBA season. Seemingly completely out of the Sixers plans following the conclusion of last season, Korkmaz was all set to return to his home country of Turkey to continue playing basketball. Elton Brand and the 76ers reached out at the last […]Read more "Will Furkan Korkmaz play a big role in Sixers’ playoff run?"
While it looks like the NBA is in fact on track to finish the 2019-20 season, this doesn’t take away from the fact that the Philadelphia 76ers have a daunting task ahead of them this offseason. Despite spending close to $300 million this past summer, it appears the team is in no better shape than […]Read more "Should the Sixers consider trading up for Villanova’s Saddiq Bey?"
Sixers fans still bicker back and forth when it comes to deciding if KJ McDaniels was a “bust” or not. Drafted with the 32nd overall pick in the 2014 NBA draft, it really is truly hard to determine what McDaniels’ value was when it came to the Philadelphia 76ers. Traded after just over 50 games […]Read more "Rewinding the Process: KJ McDaniels playing in the Philippines?"
As we get closer and closer to a return to NBA action, the potential to finally see this year’s Sixers team go to work in the playoffs is becoming a reality. A squad that was built primarily around the idea of postseason success, everyone should be 100% healthy and ready to go should the season […]Read more "Could there be a few surprises in the Sixers’ playoff rotation?"
There’s often a debate around who the greatest of all time (G.O.A.T.) is in any sport. For many in basketball that is Michael Jordan. Some say LeBron, a few other names slip in occasionally but the difference usually depends on the criteria used. It’s difficult also to compare different positions, centers especially are difficult to […]Read more "Where do Wilt and Moses rank among Top 10 NBA Centers of all time?"
The basketball community has been in a bit of a frenzy recently after Michael Jordan’s documentary: “The Last Dance” aired on ESPN. With everyone craving some NBA-related news, some promising information broke early Wednesday afternoon regarding the league’s potential return. Walt Disney World has been one of the most talked about locations in regards to […]Read more "RUMOR: Sixers to finish NBA season in Disney World?"
Ah yes, the backup center position. A spot on the Philadelphia 76ers roster that has monumentally held the team back in recent years. Whether it was Greg Monroe starting a playoff game or Mike Scott having to act as a “small ball five”, it’s pretty safe to say the Sixers desperately need to find a […]Read more "Sixers: Five backup center options for 2021"