RUN. IT. BACK. The Mike Scott hive will be partying the night away after finding out that their beloved player is going nowhere. Scott has signed a two-year deal with the Sixers, according to The Athletic’s Shams Charania. Scott was at one with the Philadelphia fanbase from the moment his gritty attitude first took to […]Read more "Instant analysis: Mike Scott signs two-year contract with the Sixers"
After a draft that left much left to be desired, the Philadelphia 76ers’ urgency to keep talent and ‘run it back’ is at an all-time high. The Sixers must offer the maximum deal to Jimmy Butler. That is the focal point of this offseason for many fans right now. Bring back “Jimmy Buckets” and lock […]Read more "Can the Sixers ‘Run It Back’ before the Rockets ‘take off’ with Jimmy Butler?"
While the NBA finals are just around the corner, most teams are turning their attention towards the Draft and beyond. This is a really important offseason for the Sixers and one where emotional goodbyes should be expected. But while names like Jimmy Butler and Tobias Harris should be obvious priorities, who are the names outside […]Read more "Five under-the-radar free agents who could interest the Sixers"
The 2019 NBA draft is coming and the Sixers will have a late first-round pick. This years draft is not as talented as the previous two but will still feature some intriguing prospects. I preview five possible draft prospects the 76ers could be interested in. Nazreon Reid – (29 Games) 13.5 pts 7.0 rebs 47% […]Read more "Five first-round prospects who could interest the Sixers"
This past week we’ve seen the Sixers build on their win over the Mavericks on October 28th. With wins over Atlanta, Utah, Indiana, and Houston the Sixers took a five game win streak in to their Thursday night matchup with the Sacramento Kings. We’ve seen them win with and without Joel Embiid and Markelle Fultz […]Read more "Six Shots: Observations & opinion on Sixers stunning win streak that came to heartbreaking end"
Following on from part one of this series yesterday, it’s time to throw it back to the a time where Philadelphia sports teams were at their pinnacle. The late 80’s to the early 90’s, an era which many people may consider as the mecca for all sports. This era produced many future Hall of Famers […]Read more "R-E-S-P-E-C-T: The threads that connect Charles Barkley and Ron Hextall part 2"
We all know Nerlens Noel by his defense. Two seasons of gaudy steal and block numbers alone tell us that; to say nothing of his oft-comical deficiencies on the other end (seriously Nerlens, ask Jordan Mathews if you can borrow the Eagle’s Jug Machine). Increasingly, though, there’s a counter-beat to the drumming of his swats bouncing […]Read more "Sixers Myth Busting: Is Nerlens Noel a Post Pushover?"
Last night, two Sixers teammates made their presence known at the Olympic games. There’s been plenty of excitement surrounding the former 2014 first-round pick Dario Saric and experienced Point Guard Sergio Rodriguez..but last night they were on opposing teams in a thrilling contest. Croatia eventually went on to upset Spain, winning 72-70. But how did the Sixers […]Read more "Grading the Olympic performances of Dario Saric and Sergio Rodriguez: Game one"
The Sixers finally look ready to attack the upcoming NBA season. From the drafting of Ben Simmons to the long awaited arrival of Dario Saric, it’s a new era in Philadelphia. But there are still some questions over how the starting five is going to look come opening night. Projected Starting Lineup: PG Ben Simmons […]Read more "Trading for Zach LaVine could be the final piece of the Sixers starting lineup puzzle"
Almost a week has passed since the beginning of free agency and while the Sixers have made some moves, they may not exactly be the moves that will excite a fan base that has been hopelessly waiting for their team’s resurrection for what feels like 20 years. When Hinkie took over in 2012, he had […]Read more "A strategic free agency highlights new process for Sixers"