The Sixers are in Milwaukee to take on the Bucks for the third time this season. So far, the home team has won each game, a trend the Sixers are hoping to break tonight. The Sixers have been undefeated since they last played the Bucks on 2/6, all of those wins have come at home […]Read more "Game Preview: Can Embiid and Simmons defeat Giannis in Cream City?"
After a lengthy All-Star break (which seems to go by slower and slower each year), the Philadelphia 76ers are finally returning to action tonight. They’ll take on the 25-28 Brooklyn Nets at home, in the Wells Fargo Center. The Sixers are entering this match-up riding a decent amount of momentum. They’ve won their last three […]Read more "Sixers return to action tonight against the injury-riddled Brooklyn Nets"
The second half of the 2019-20 NBA season kicks off for Philadelphia this upcoming Thursday. With that, comes a whole plethora of storylines to keep your eye on. A Whole Lot of Wins Based on win-loss percentage, the Sixers have the second easiest second-half schedule in the NBA (45.5%). This puts them in prime position […]Read more "What should you expect from the Sixers in the second half of the season?"
The Sixers are currently 34-21 sitting in the fifth seed in the Eastern Conference. The team has disappointed a bit but the East is much more difficult than it was last year. The team also has plenty of time to climb up the playoff seeding with 27 games left in the season. With the NBA […]Read more "The party isn’t over yet: Five thoughts on the Sixers’ season so far"
Ah, the ever-controversial starting point guard for the Philadelphia 76ers. Love him or hate him, Ben Simmons is now a 2x NBA All-Star. This marks just the fourth time in Sixers history where the team will send multiple players to the All-Star game. Simmons has been the victim of a majority of Sixers-related criticisms in […]Read more "NBA All-Star Feature: A closer look at Ben Simmons’ season so far"
A convincing win at home against one of the best teams in the NBA right before the All-Star break??? Sounds like just what the doctor ordered for a Philly team battling all sorts of media-infused drama. The Sixers knocked off the Los Angeles Clippers by a score of 110-103, improving their home record to an […]Read more "Embiid and the Sixers head into the All-Star break with a convincing win"
It’s here, it’s finally here. The Los Angeles Clippers (37-16) make their first appearance in Philadelphia, as LA faces off with Philly (33-21) for the first time this season. Coverage will begin at 7:30 p.m. with tip-off scheduled for 8 p.m. on TNT. Radio coverage will be on 97.5 The Fanatic. Despite all the chaos […]Read more "The Tipoff: Sixers look to make a statement as they host Clippers"
The Sixers are currently on a four-game losing streak and it couldn’t come at a worse time. Unfortunately, it doesn’t look like things will change anytime soon. On February 5th, Embiid was asked if he felt the sixers have an offensive identity. Embiid responded, “No we don’t. Spacing is an issue.” At first, I felt […]Read more "The Sixers have bigger issues than ‘spacing’ but how can they be fixed?"
After a whirlwind of a trade deadline that saw multiple NBA players change teams, the Sixers had to find a way to settle down and focus for the evening. Amidst all the excitement, a matchup against the #1 seed Bucks on national television was looming. The Sixers were riding a three-game losing streak heading into […]Read more "Game recap: Sixers continue their losing ways against the Bucks"
Philadelphia got straight-up embarrassed by the Boston Celtics on Saturday night, plain and simple. Their chemistry looked off as the Celtics were hitting what felt like nearly every shot. And now, they face a challenge in the Miami Heat in Miami, where the Heat have only lost three games this season. The 76ers have to […]Read more "Sixers need to get back to ‘bully ball’ best against Heat"