The Sixers cruised to a 2-0 start on the season Taking on the New York Knicks in the second game of the season, the Sixers took care of business. They cruised to a victory by a score of 109-89, held the Knicks to under 40% shooting from the floor, and ultimately dominated the game in […]Read more "Three takeaways from the Sixers dominant win over Knicks"
If a notification pops up on my phone that “The Rockets and Sixers have agreed to trade…” my heart will jump just like everyone else. While I have mixed feelings on a potential James Harden trade, it would undoubtedly be a deal that changed the timeline of competing for a championship. The Sixers are certainly […]Read more "The ‘other’ Rockets trade target that the Sixers should pursue"
Ben Simmons for James Harden? Probably not. In what turned out to be a wild couple of minutes for “Sixers Twitter”, it sounds like the Sixers are remaining firm in their stance that Ben Simmons is not being made available via trade. After weeks and weeks of speculation, both Adrian Wojnarowski (ESPN) and Shams Charania […]Read more "Instant analysis: Daryl Morey shoots down Ben Simmons trade rumors"
The Sixers began training camp on Sunday and were immediately greeted with three positive COVID-19 tests. Sixers’ rookie Tyrese Maxey, fan-favorite Mike Scott, and an unnamed player are the afflicted. All three are not with the team until they clear the league’s COVID protocols. Players who test positive must undergo a cool-down period of 10 […]Read more "Tyrese Maxey, Mike Scott, Test Positive for COVID"
The Sixers have added some extra guard depth for camp. With everyone’s attention glued in on some Thanksgiving Day football, Sixers president Daryl Morey was working the phones, looking to add to his ever-growing roster. As reported by ESPN.com’s Adrian Wojnarowski, the Sixers have signed 25-year-old guard Derrick Walton Jr. to a one-year deal. The […]Read more "What signing Derrick Walton Jr. means for the Sixers"
The Sixers are interested in James Harden after all. With everyone’s attention firmly locked in on the NFL trade deadline and the impending US Election, NBA insider Shams Charania dropped some pretty wild news for Stadium this morning. He reported that the Philadelphia 76ers, led by newly hired President Daryl Morey, are in fact expected […]Read more "Instant analysis: Sixers are currently expected to “pursue” James Harden"
Not long after the Sixers hired Daryl Morey as their President of Basketball Operations, a trade rumor involving the team popped up. In a now-deleted tweet, Kyle Cohen suggested a rumor that the Dallas Mavericks are reportedly interested in Tobias Harris. While that rumor has already been shot down by the alleged source, the possibility […]Read more "Are The Dallas Mavericks Looking To Reunite Tobi And Bobi?"
The Sixers just keep on rolling. Shortly after the team brought in Daryl Morey as the new President of Basketball Operations, it was also reported that they added two high-quality assistant coaches. Sixers Add A Defensive Guru The first was former Indiana Pacers assistant coach Dan Burke. Burke has been with the Pacers for an […]Read more "Sixers make two stellar additions to their new-look coaching staff"
The Sixers continue to make moves this offseason and finally seem to have the team’s future in mind. Recently, the Sixers have boasted a front office that can only be described as more than dysfunctional. This has been the case since the league murdered Sam Hinkie in what can only be described as a witch […]Read more "Sixers Will Hire Daryl Morey To Oversee Basketball Operations"
Could the Sixers be planning to pursue Pacers star Victor Oladipo? Following the Philadelphia 76ers disastrous playoff run this past season, changes to the team were universally expected to follow during the offseason. The organization already addressed their head coach position and front office structure, and now it’s only a matter of time before they […]Read more "Are the Sixers targeting disgruntled Pacers star Victor Oladipo?"