The release of Norvel Pelle could signal some creative lineups for the Sixers in 2021. According to Keith Pompey of the Philadelphia Inquirer, the Philadelphia 76ers have officially waved backup center Norvel Pelle. The move frees up an additional $1.5 million for Daryl Morey to play with this offseason, but does create a glaring hole […]Read more "Release of Norvel Pelle opens up the door for creativity at backup center"
In his first move as the Sixers’ President of Basketball Operations, Daryl Morey made waves in Philadelphia by jettisoning Al Horford from Philly. In a move that shocked many, Horford found himself traded to the Oklahoma City Thunder of all teams. The move is could be considered by many to be a salary dump but […]Read more "What will Danny Green And Terrance Ferguson bring to the Sixers?"
Daryl Morey gave some insight into the Sixers following the 2020 NBA Draft. After a ridiculously busy couple of hours for the Sixers President of Basketball Operations, Daryl Morey took some time to meet with the media after the draft. Albeit he was over 30 minutes late to the Zoom call (he did apologize for […]Read more "5 things we learned from Daryl Morey’s post-draft press conference"
After months and months of speculation, the Philadelphia 76ers have finally found a way out of Al Horford‘s contract. Orchestrated by recently hired President of Basketball Operations Daryl Morey, the Sixers have traded Horford and two draft picks to the Oklahoma City Thunder. Despite Horford still holding some name value around the league as a […]Read more "Instant analysis: Sixers dump Al Horford’s salary in trade with Thunder"
There are not a lot of good things that can be said about Al Horford and his year with the Sixers last season. He shot a career-low shooting percentage, career-high 3-pointers attempted, and at 34 years old is not getting any younger. Perhaps worst of all, Horford carries with him a remaining 3 years and […]Read more "There may be a silver lining to the Sixers being stuck with Al Horford"
Former Sixer Jrue Holiday is officially on the trade block. Earlier today, the Athletic’s Shams Charania broke the news that Holiday is not only available, but the market for Holiday is hot. Almost simultaneously, the city of Philadelphia erupted, requesting new President of Basketball Operations Daryl Morey to make a Jrue Holiday trade his first […]Read more "Three Trade Ideas For A Jrue Holiday/Sixers Reunion"
With Doc Rivers officially set as the new coach of the Sixers, there seems to be a renewed sense of optimism surrounding the team. Despite a depressing first-round playoff exit this year, a criminal job by the front office of building a team, and little money to work with- the Sixers are not that far […]Read more "Why a Trade Must be a Part of the Sixers Offseason"
Having being bounced from the playoffs earlier this summer, it seems that the Sixers have been running out of luck and are in need of a whole lot of soul searching. But this is a new era for the Sixers. Doc Rivers is in town and fans will be hoping that the days of poor […]Read more "Three things the Sixers must learn from last season"
It took less than a heartbeat for Doc Rivers to be plucked from the market of available Head Coaches. The Sixers unveiled Rivers as Brett Brown’s replacement last week and he met with the media on Monday for the first time. Here are some quick takeaways. Ben and Joel The Elephant in the room was […]Read more "Five takeaways from Doc Rivers’ introductory press conference"
The Sixers have officially hired Doc Rivers as their head coach as they head into a new era of Sixers basketball. While upgrading the roster and finding a system that will help Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid to flourish is undoubtedly the most important factor, an underrated storyline is Rivers having the potential to take […]Read more "Could Doc Rivers Cure Tobias Harris?"