Ben Simmons has been named to the All-NBA third team. The Philadelphia 76ers superstar point guard continues to stack up the awards this offseason, as he was just officially named to the All-NBA Third Team, his second national accolade over the last few days. Ben Simmons was first named to the league’s All-Defensive First Team, […]Read more "Ben Simmons finally gets deserved respect with All-NBA Third Team nod"
While essentially every Philadelphia 76ers fan in the world was on board with the team firing Brett Brown (except for me of course), the team was left in a pretty directionless path once that decision was finally made. The leading candidate was Tyronn Lue (who was reportedly demanding insane amounts of salary), and other options […]Read more "Billy Donovan needs to be the Sixers #1 coaching target"
There’s no rush for the Sixers to hire their next HC. In a report delivered by 94 WIP’s Jon Johnson, it was revealed that the Sixers were “close” to a deal with Tyronn Lue to become their next head coach. While this announcement was somewhat backtracked on, it does seem like this is the route […]Read more "Sixers: Prematurely hiring Tyronn Lue would be a silly mistake"
It’s a routine experience at this point in time, but Vilannova head coach Jay Wright has once again been ruled out for the Philadelphia 76ers head coaching gig. Wright making the switch from college ball to the pros has long been rumored, but this year was the first time people felt he had a real […]Read more "Jay Wright won’t be the Sixers next head coaching hire"
Every offseason seems to be the same story – Clips surface of Ben Simmons shooting 3’s like its nothing. Hype videos of a smooth stroke flood our twitter timelines and then the season rolls around and this newfound jumper is all but forgotten. Ben Simmons is a very good basketball player. He stands roughly 6’10, […]Read more "The curious case of Ben Simmons & the Philadelphia 76ers"
The last couple of years for the Sixers have been a torrid time to say the least. From awful front office decision and consistent injuries to the devastating sweep at the hands of the Boston Celtics just last week, the Sixers have gotten themselves into a right mess. However, this offseason gives the Sixers a […]Read more "A Trio of Three-Team Trades That could make the Sixers contenders again"
On August 15th, 2013 the Sixers hired the 24th head coach in franchise history – Brett Brown. It has been 7 long years since the ever-positive, vibrant, first-time NBA head coach first made Philadelphia his home. The unique Boston/Australian accent and genuine heart endeared him to the city and its fans right away. The Process […]Read more "How should Sixers fans remember Brett Brown’s time in Philadelphia?"
Sixers’ Head Coach Brett Brown has been officially relieved of his duties as of Monday morning. The news was first reported by Woj: The news is not shocking, it has long been speculated that the Sixers’ would, or at least should, move on from Brett Brown. The straw that broke Josh Harris’ back though was […]Read more "What moving on from Brett Brown means for the Sixers"
The 2020 Sixers have lived a good life. They won 43 games, survived a pandemic, played in the only ever NBA bubble, and were given the 6th seed of the playoffs. It was a knee surgery to Ben Simmons and being exposed for having a poorly constructed roster that ultimately caused their demise. They will […]Read more "A Eulogy to the Sixers Season: What we learned in loss to Celtics"
The Sixers are beyond being stuck between a rock and a hard place, they are beyond facing dire straits. The Philadelphia 76ers are desperate for victory in a must-win situation against the Boston Celtics. After a brutal Game Two, the Sixers are will either find a way to adjust or succumb to the Celtics yet […]Read more "What to Watch in Sixers’ Must-Win Game Three Against Celtics"