Someone has to say it. Brett Brown coached a hell of a game Tuesday night against the Los Angeles Clippers. Brett has been the subject of heavy criticism since being hired as the Sixers head coach, specifically in the last two years or so. Following two unsuccessful playoff appearances in 2018 and 2019, all eyes […]Read more "Brett Brown coached an absolute masterclass in win over Clippers"
“Despite appearing to be a solid player at times, Furkan Korkmaz is consistently proving to be a liability for the Philadelphia 76ers” -David Esser, Dec. 4th I personally wrote that back in early December, in an article titled “It’s Time for the Furkan Korkmaz Experiment to End”. Needless to say, I was very, VERY wrong […]Read more "From Zero to Hero: The rise of Sixers’ newest star Furkan Korkmaz"
The Philadelphia 76ers are Toronto bound as the team looks to take on Pascal Siakam and the Raptors. The Raptors currently hold a one-game lead over the Sixers for third place in the Eastern Conference. A win tonight is a must with the playoff seed implications. The Raptors have been a bit hot lately winning […]Read more "Game Preview: Sixers take on Raptors in key divisional matchup"
The Sixers traveled up to NYC to take on the New York Knicks. Far from the most talented team, this match up worked heavily in the Sixers’ favor even without star Joel Embiid. The game was way too close for comfort though as the Sixers were abysmal offensively against a below-average defensive team. The Sixers […]Read more "Sixers survive Knicks despite poor offensive showing"
The Sixers managed to win yet another game at home, making their record at the WFC an incredible 20-2. Brett Brown’s gameplan on offense was surprisingly effective to start the game. It seemed as if every time the Sixers brought to ball up the court, Ben Simmons went to post up the much smaller Kris […]Read more "Game recap: Korkmaz drops 24 as Sixers top Bulls"
This season, the Philadelphia 76ers have been a mixed bag of results in games. They’ve had some good wins against quality teams like the Bucks, Celtics, etc. They’ve also had some really bad losses to teams like the Nets, Wizards, and Magic. They’re a very good team at home and a complete mess on the […]Read more "Culture, that’s the Sixers problem."
Coming off a loss to the Indiana Pacers, the Sixers were desperate for a win. The team had fallen to sixth place in the Eastern Conference and were facing the division rival Brooklyn Nets. Desperate in their own sense, the Nets cling to eighth place in the East and are 3-7 in their last ten […]Read more "Sixers Recap: Harris leads rally to victory"
The Sixers are struggling, not only on the court but in the locker room as well. Players are taking not-so-veiled shots at one another, tuning out the coach, and complaining about roles/accountability. Currently the fifth seed in the Eastern Conference, the Sixers are playing well beneath the expectation many felt before the start of the […]Read more "Who’s to blame for the Sixers’ off-court struggles?"
The Philadelphia 76ers are struggling. The team is having problems coming together as a unit and it is affecting their record. Expected to be the second-best team in the Eastern Conference, the Sixers would only be the fifth seed if the season ended today. Chemistry issues have made themselves very apparent and the team as […]Read more "Do the Sixers have an on-court chemistry issue?"
On December 7th, 2019, Sixers Head Coach Brett Brown made a public declaration about Ben Simmons. Brown said “This is what I want, I want a three-point shot a game, minimum”. Ever since that day, Ben Simmons has taken a total of ZERO shots from behind the arc. Either not hearing his Coach or tuning […]Read more "Brett Brown Takes the Blame for Simmons’ lack of three-point shooting"