Despite another MVP-caliber performance from Joel Embiid, the Sixers were ultimately unable to take care of business against the Suns. The Sixers were unable to take care of business on their home floor against the surging Phoenix Suns. Even with an MVP performance by Joel Embiid, a gutsy defensive showing from Matisse Thybulle, and an almost made game-tying full-court shot, the […]Read more "Shorthanded Sixers Unable to Extinguish CP3 and the Red Hot Suns"
Following George Hill’s debut against the Warriors, here is a look into how he could fit into the Sixers rotation moving forward. The wait is over as George Hill returned to the court last night after a 12-weeks absence spent recovering from a right thumb injury. The 85-day layoff may have been longer than expected, but the […]Read more "A Look into George Hill’s Rotational Fit with the Sixers"
It was a hard-fought game against the Warriors, but the Sixers came up short in the end. Revisiting the good, bad, and ugly from the game. Joel Embiid shined, then faltered, meanwhile Steph Curry took the Sixers’ defense for a 49 point ride. It was quite the night for the Sixers that just, unfortunately, resulted […]Read more "The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly In The Sixers Loss Versus Warriors"
Sixers win 106-103. Despite playing without the likes of Tobias Harris, Seth Curry, and Dwight Howard, the Sixers were ultimately able to take care of business at home against Doc Rivers’ former team. The Clippers (dealing with their own key absence in Kawhi Leonard) managed to keep things close all the way down to the […]Read more "Instant analysis: Sixers outlast the Clippers in a nail-biter"
A 39-point performance from Joel Embiid helped the Sixers to cruise past the Nets in a potential Eastern Conference Finals preview. It may not have been the Eastern Conference Finals Preview that was expected, but the Sixers took on the Nets for the third time this season. Despite being without James Harden and Kevin Durant, the Brooklyn […]Read more "Joel Embiid Dominates As Sixers Hold-On Against The Nets"
The Sixers find themselves back in the win column after quieting the Oklahoma City Thunder thanks to Furkan Korkmaz’s big game. Just a shellacking of a game tonight as Joel Embiid put up an impressive 27 points in 27 minutes. It wasn’t the most surprising game in terms of the end result, but that doesn’t […]Read more "Sixers Silence Thunder Behind Korkmaz’s Big Night"
Despite playing against a shorthanded opponent, the Sixers were unable to rise to the occasion against Zion Williamson and the Pelicans. Where It Went Wrong Zion exploded for close to 40 points, while both Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid really struggled to ever find their footing. Embiid was particularly off his game tonight, as he finished with a measly […]Read more "Sixers fail to take care of business on the road, lose to the Pelicans"
The Sixers recently opened up a roster spot and will likely add a player in the coming days. Darius Miller should absolutely be that player. After waiving forward Ignas Brazdeikis, the Philadelphia 76ers find themselves with an open roster spot just six weeks before the start of the playoffs. There are a few different names […]Read more "Darius Miller Would Be The Perfect Addition For Sixers"
The Philadelphia 76ers are waiving new addition Ignas Brazdeikis whom they acquired in the three-way-deal with the Thunder and Knicks. According to The Athletic‘s Shams Charania, after only a couple of weeks with the team, the Philadelphia 76ers have decided to part ways with forward Ignas Brazdeikis. The Sixers acquired Brazdeikis in a move that […]Read more "Philadelphia 76ers Waive New Addition Ignas Brazdeikis"
The Sixers could use an extra hand on their roster, and Glenn Robinson III is still available. Could a reunion with the swingman be in order? It’s clear as day that the Sixers’ bench is devoid of three-point shooting. The team’s bench is shooting a disgusting 32.3% from three, which places them 25th in the […]Read more "Should the Sixers Reunite With Glenn Robinson III?"