The NBA released the full schedule for the 2019-2020 season last Monday. As a team with heavy expectations, the Sixers will be fun to watch regardless of the opponent. With that being said, there will, of course, be some games more exciting than others. Here are my top five most anticipated games for the upcoming […]Read more "Five matchups every Sixers fan should be excited for in 2019"
The Sixers added a lot of talent to their frontcourt this offseason. The team signed Al Horford to a 4-year deal and added Kyle O’Quinn as well. They also managed to resign Tobias Harris, James Ennis, and Mike Scott, providing even more frontcourt depth. Jonah Bolden, who showed some promise last season, suddenly finds himself […]Read more "Can Jonah Bolden crack the Sixers rotation this season?"
If you watch Matisse Thybulle’s game, you’ll notice just how important defense is to him. He is a defender through and through and that’s what he hangs his hat on. Like most quality defenders, Thybulle worked tirelessly to become the stopper that he is. Named after artist Henri Matisse, Thybulle was born on March 4th, […]Read more "Sixers’ rookie Matisse Thybulle is poised to become dominant on defense"
The Philadelphia 76ers have hired former NBA center Roy Hibbert as a player development coach, according to Shams Charania of The Athletic. Hibbert was a 2x All-Star with the Indiana Pacers and had a respectable 9 year NBA career. He’s mostly known for being a defensive anchor. He made the 2013-14 All-Defensive 2nd Team and […]Read more "Hiring Roy Hibbert could be a sneaky good move for the Sixers"
One of the main focuses not only surrounding the Philadelphia 76ers, but gaining a lot of attention around the NBA, is the evidence that Ben Simmons is working on improving his jump shot. In a video that surfaced on Twitter, Simmons was playing a pickup game, and while he did drive the hoop for the […]Read more "Mike Scott sees “Hall Of Famer” potential in Sixers teammate Ben Simmons"
The push to solidify the bench continues for the Sixers, with reports citing that Philadelphia is signing backup point guard Trey Burke. This move is an interesting one as there could be some real value here. Although his career has seen plenty of highs and lows, his stint with the New York Knicks and shooting […]Read more "Instant analysis: Sixers may have found hidden value in signing Trey Burke"
Let’s get it out of the way quickly because it’s common knowledge: Ben Simmons needs a jump shot. Okay. Breathe in and breathe out. He’s only 22 years old and has a whole bright future ahead. The Philadelphia 76ers offered the max deal to Jimmy Butler, but Butler wanted out to the Miami Heat. I […]Read more "Simmons’ max contract is a stamp of approval from Sixers GM Elton brand"
The Sixers beat the Bucks 107-106 in a game that should not have been close at all. The specifics of how this game played out are pretty insignificant. Even if the Sixers lost by 20, the focus of the summer league is to see how certain players might play in the NBA. How did some […]Read more "How did Sixers stars of the future look in Summer league opener?"
The party isn’t over yet, Philly! According to Shams Charania, the Sixers are adding free agent guard Raul Neto into their bench rotation. The 27-year-old was released by the Jazz a few days ago in order to make room for Mike Conley. Neto is coming off of a campaign where he averaged 5.3 points per […]Read more "Report: Sixers sign former Jazz Point Guard"
In a league that has been prioritizing small ball over the past few seasons, the Sixers are trending in the opposite direction. The team reconstructed their roster after losing JJ Redick to the New Orleans Pelicans and Jimmy Butler in a sign-and-trade to the Miami Heat. In return, the Sixers acquired two-way wing Josh Richardson […]Read more "Oversized Sixers are going against the tide in small ball era"