It had been 142 days since the Sixers played their last meaningful game of basketball. Expectations were as high as they have soared all season and the long-awaited debut of the new starting lineup was finally put on full display. Just as has been the theme throughout the entire process, the time came for them […]Read more "Sixers’ Brett Brown has to learn from costly mistakes"
After an embarrassing loss to the Indiana Pacers, the Sixers should be more than eager for redemption. Joel Embiid and company find themselves going up against DeMar DeRozan and the San Antonio Spurs. Much like the Indiana Pacers, the Spurs find themselves shorthanded but the Sixers can’t underestimate them. Star LaMarcus Aldridge is out for […]Read more "SIxers looking to bounce back against Spurs after wobbly bubble debut"
When one looks back on “The Process” there is a long list of players you might think about. From Joel Embiid to Robert Covington, from Khalif Wyatt to Jarvis Varnado. The spectrum of players was vast and they all left an impact in their own unique way. One player who was especially meaningful during his […]Read more "Former Sixer Tony Wroten opens up on his fight to return to the NBA"
The Sixers played their first game of meaningful basketball in almost five months Saturday night against the Indiana Pacers. Many went into this game thinking the Sixers had it in the bag. After all, the Pacers were missing All-Star big Domantas Sabonis, free-agent acquisition Malcolm Brogdon, and star Victor Oladipo has yet to fully recover […]Read more "What we Learned from the Sixers’ Embarrassing Loss Against the Pacers"
The Philadelphia 76ers played their third and final scrimmage game on Tuesday night (check out the recap to that here), and it went as expected. Starters like Tobias Harris and Ben Simmons played extremely well, Matisse Thybulle continued his defensive warpath on the court, and some of the reserves like Norvell Pelle and Marial Shayok […]Read more "Kyle O’Quinn has emerged as a crucial leader for the Sixers"
The Sixers faced Luka Dončić and the Dallas Mavericks in their final scrimmage game Tuesday night and it was a barn-burner. The two teams faced off with the intensity NBA fans have been waiting six months for in what was a fitting finale to the NBA 2020 scrimmages. Sixers Scrimmage Recap First Half Before the […]Read more "Three Takeaways from Sixers’ OT Scrimmage Finale"
The Sixers are preparing for the third of three scrimmage games before the NBA regular season resumes. After comfortably overcoming the Memphis Grizzlies in their first game, the Sixers allowed the Thunder to storm back against them Sunday afternoon. While both games were only scrimmages it’s still disappointing that in both games the bench lost […]Read more "Three Things to Watch in Sixers’ Scrimmage Finale"
The Sixers were back at it again in Orlando Florida Sunday afternoon. After coasting to a victory of the Memphis Grizzlies on Friday, the team looked to take on the Oklahoma City Thunder. They would have to do so without Joel Embiid however as he would miss the game due to calf tightness. While it […]Read more "Sixers spoil Horford’s efforts & fall to Thunder"
The long-awaited debut of Shake Milton taking the reigns at point guard was finally put on display yesterday in the Sixers’ first scrimmage, and it did not disappoint. While it was a small sample size, the change greatly helped solve the spacing issue on offense and helped highlight the skills of all 5 starters. Shake […]Read more "Are Sixers destined for a shake-up at the PG position?"
There are some things in life that no matter how unlikely it is, you still somehow, someway, have faith in it. Ben Simmons shooting a three-pointer is an example of this. The Sixers’ star Point Guard is in the midst of his third NBA season and his first as an All-Star, and yet he’s only […]Read more "Ben Simmons vows to Tony Snell that he will shoot in Orlando"