Just hours before the NBA All-Star Game, Philadelphia 76ers Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid were ruled out due to Covid contact tracing concerns. What Happened? The exposure’s initial cause was due to a haircut that took place before the pair left Philadelphia. The barber who cut the two all-stars’ hair tested positive for Covid and was re-tested […]Read more "Philadelphia 76ers Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid Out for All-Star Game"
The Philadelphia 76ers and the Brooklyn Nets are two teams who on the surface seem like opposites yet they’re much more alike than they look. The following has been written by long time Brooklyn Nets fan and NBA junkie Ty Clark: It’s rare that a generational talent becomes available for trade in the NBA. Earlier […]Read more "Philadelphia 76ers And The Brooklyn Nets: A Process Retrospective"
As the trade deadline approaches, the Sixers are expected to be very active. What should their trade deadline wishlist look like? The Sixers currently sit at first place in the Eastern Conference with a record of 24-12. There is a ton to be happy about as Joel Embiid is having an MVP-caliber season. Ben Simmons seems to have […]Read more "What Should The Sixers Trade Deadline Wishlist Look Like?"
Blake Griffin and the Detroit Pistons have officially parted ways after agreeing to the buyout. Should the Sixers pursue the former All-Star? The former first overall pick has an impressive resume. One that would have made the Sixers jump at the opportunity, at least three years ago. After a great start in Detroit, injuries cut […]Read more "Should the Sixers Pursue Blake Griffin After Buyout?"
The Sixers took down the Jazz in an overtime thriller. Joel Embiid proved to be the difference-maker, pouring in 40 points and 19 rebounds. In an effort that should sink Rudy Gobert’s DPOY campaign, Embiid proved to be counted on for reliable points throughout. He also proved to continue to live rent-free in Donovan Mitchell’s head […]Read more "Sixers Show Toughness in Overtime Victory over Jazz"
With an 8-8 away record, the Indiana Pacers aren’t exactly the leagues’ most intimidating team. However, in an instance where the Sixers are looking to gear-down as the All-Star run-in begins, this game was always going to be the perfect opportunity to try and get the bench going. That’s exactly what happened in the 130-114 […]Read more "Sixers bench show they can shoulder the load in dominant win over Pacers"
The Sixers suffered a disappointing loss to the Cavaliers by a score of 112-109. Despite a 42-point performance from Joel Embiid, the Sixers were unable to secure a victory and suffered an overtime loss. First Half The Sixers started off sluggish once again tonight as shown by their 6 first-quarter turnovers. Showcasing his matching black […]Read more "Sixers show an emphasized need for bench scoring in loss to Cavs"
Despite a great showing out of the bench in last night’s win against the Mavs, the 76ers still have holes to address in their second-unit. While it may not be the big splash of adding Kyle Lowry, adding a floor-general to add the second unit could go a far way in minimizing the drop-off when […]Read more "Should the 76ers consider claiming Quinn Cook off waivers?"
The Sixers cruised to an easy victory against the Dallas Mavericks by a score of 111-97. Led by their defensive intensity and strong bench performances, the game was seemingly never in doubt. First Half The Sixers came out of the gates looking sluggish. Despite Boban Marjanovic getting the start for the Mavs, Joel Embiid scored […]Read more "Sixers cruise to dominant victory over Mavs thanks to strong bench effort"
Coming off a shaky road win over the Raptors, the Sixers will look to keep their momentum churning against Luka Doncic and the Mavericks. The Sixers won their first road win against the Raptors since way back when Doug Collins was the team’s head coach. The Sixers are looking to keep that momentum going against a Dallas Mavericks squad that hasn’t […]Read more "3 Key Storylines to Look Out for During Sixers-Mavericks"