Well the ping-pong balls finally fell the Sixers way and after a successful draft lottery the 76ers are sitting at the top looking down at the other 29 teams (Do we thank Hinkie for this?). The other things they’ll be looking at over the next 30 plus days are the top two prospects in this […]Read more "Are the Sixers closer to competing than we think?"
The Sixers are entering the most important offseason that they’ve had in a very long time. This could be the turning point for the “Process”, or it could be the offseason that will bring mediocrity to this Sixers team leaving us back where we started. Last week we previewed the offseason with some important questions […]Read more "Sixers Offseason Preview: Free Agency"
This offseason is set to be one of change for the Philadelphia 76ers. A change in personnel, a change in situation and potentially a change in fortune. But with the Sam Hinkie era now in the rear-view mirror, it’s hard to look back and wonder where it all started to go wrong. The process was […]Read more "Sam Hinkie’s process left Sixers primed for success, just in the wrong era"
This past season for the Philadelphia 76ers was a failure of epic proportions. Let’s put that disastrous season in the past and look to a (hopefully) bright future. The 76ers finally look like they might be able to take somewhat of a leap, and if they are going to make the jump, they need to […]Read more "Five questions facing the Sixers this offseason"
It almost seemed inevitable that after the hiring of Jerry Colangelo, Sam Hinkie would be relieved of his duties..but I don’t think anybody expected it to happen this quickly. ESPN sources say Sam Hinkie has stepped down from his posts in Philadelphial — Marc Stein (@ESPNSteinLine) April 7, 2016 The Sixers have narrowly avoided obtaining […]Read more "BREAKING: The Sam Hinkie era is over in Philadelphia"
“The Process” has been a long, strenuous and sometimes weird road. This offseason might be the most important yet with the draft and the possible return of perhaps the Sixers’ most intriguing player, Joel Embiid. If the big man returns to the court and all reports say that he shall, the already crowded frontcourt is […]Read more "Jahlil Okafor on the Move? Three potential trades that make sense for the Sixers"
Tonight, the unthinkable almost happened. A team with just seven wins all season came up against the Golden State Warriors..the defending Champions who happen to have lost less games than the Sixers have won. Everybody had it as a write off, everybody except Sixers fans. The 76ers came close, eventually losing the game with just a […]Read more "The story the world should be focusing on but won’t after Warriors narrowly defeat Sixers"
Sixers co-owner Joshua Harris is at it again, but this time with a much more farfetched plan in mind. According to ESPN, Harris is aiming to buy 18% of English Football (Soccer) team Crystal Palace with fellow Sixers owner David Blitzer. The team are like the Sixers in a lot of ways, rebuilding their team […]Read more "Sixers owner to invest in Premier League club"
The Philadelphia 76ers were dealt a cruel blow in Friday nights pre-season finale loss to the Boston Celtics when Robert Covington went down with a suspected knee strain. Following an MRI and a report from Shams Charania of Yahoo! Sports, the Small Forward is expected to be out for two weeks with what appears to be a bruised bone and […]Read more "Robert Covington to miss opening two weeks of upcoming NBA Season"
FINALLY, basketball is back…almost. The Sixers play their first pre-season game in a few hours against the Wizards and will look to shake off the rust quickly and start the pre-season with a win. Here are the top three things to keep an eye on during the game. 3: Point Guard War The Point Guard […]Read more "Three things to watch for in Sixers pre-season opener"