The NBA season is indefinitely suspended and it’s becoming more and more likely that the season will be canceled. Either way, now is as good a time as any to look back on the season and evaluate the players. We here at PSN have already tackled a good portion of the roster looking at the […]Read more "Season in Review: Kyle O’Quinn"
During the suspended NBA season, we at PSN have been going through the Sixers roster one-by-one to review how the players did this season. We’ve gone through the starting lineup and then some already, now we turn our attention to Sixers’ darling Matisse Thybulle. Though a rookie, Thybulle has made a name for himself as […]Read more "Season in review: Matisse Thybulle"
In 2015 the Sixers were about to enter their third year of their historic tanking endeavor. The team had already accrued some interesting young pieces in Michael Carter-Williams, Nerlens Noel, and future superstar Joel Embiid, now the team had another chance to land a star. After finishing the season with the third worst record, the […]Read more "What if the Sixers drafted Kristaps Porziņģis?"
In his sophomore year of college at the University of Michigan, Nik Stauskas averaged 17.5 points per game while shooting over 44% from three. Straight video game numbers. After performing surprisingly well at the draft combine, Stauskas and his smooth-as-butter jumper were drafted 8th overall in the 2014 NBA draft. Stauskas started his NBA career […]Read more "Rewinding the Process: Nik Stauskas played for the Sixers?"
Despite the entire sports world shutting down due to the COVID-19 virus pandemic, the recent frenzy surrounding that of NFL Free Agency has given every sports fan something to get excited about. DeAndre Hopkins got traded, Tom Brady is leaving New England, etc etc etc. With that in mind, now seemed like the perfect time […]Read more "Ranking the top-5 Sixers free-agent signings of all time"
Brett Brown’s days as the Sixers’ Head Coach seem numbered. He may retain a front office role but a replacement will need to be found. What type of coach should the Sixers pursue? Someone with NBA Head Coaching experience? A fresh, hungry assistant? Or do the Sixers poach the college market? Whatever they do it […]Read more "Five options the Sixers should consider as potential Brett Brown replacements"
Despite getting beat by both the LA Clippers and the LA Lakers earlier in the week, the Sixers had an opportunity to end their west coast road trip on a slight high note. Facing the “tanking” Warriors, Philly could escape the stretch of road games going 2-2, without three of their starters. Alas, in typical […]Read more "Takeaways from Sixers’ embarrassing defeat against the Warriors"
Just when this road trip was beginning to look like another bust, the Sixers proved us wrong once again. The Kings came into this game riding a hot streak, but the Sixers’ hot shooting conquered Sacramento. Led by Tobias Harris’ 28 points, Philly dethroned the Kings 125-108 in California last night. Storyline of the Game: […]Read more "What we learned in Sixers’ vital win over Kings"
After a grueling high-scoring affair on Sunday which ended in a loss to the Clippers, the Philadelphia 76ers will have to turn around and face the other LA team tonight. LeBron James and the Lakers will host Philly as the best team in the west, sitting in first place with a 46-13 record. Injury Bug […]Read more "The Tip-Off: Injury-riddled Sixers take on the first place Lakers"
The Sixers just can’t seem to catch a break. First, Ben Simmons pinches a nerve. Then, Joel Embiid sprained his left shoulder. Now, Josh Richardson has been diagnosed with a concussion after colliding with Alec Burks against the LA Clippers. Richardson has a well-documented injury history so one can only imagine just how frustrating this […]Read more "Josh Richardson’s concussion adds to Sixers’ Injury Woes"