On the positive side of things, the Sixers are now on a four-game winning streak in which they have climbed back into first place in the conference once again. They will look to continue their journey to winning out as the team is back in action tonight against a likely-depleted Bulls roster, giving the Sixers […]Read more "Why the Sixers need to be smart in tonight’s clash with the Bulls"
The NBA trade deadline one week away, the Sixers are doing their due diligence on who to acquire. What power forwards could the team target? PJ Tucker has been traded to the Milwaukee Bucks, so the fan-favorite target is off-limits. He went for far more than the Sixers should have been willing to trade, so […]Read more "Three Power Forwards for the Sixers to Target at the Trade Deadline"
The Philadelphia 76ers (24-12) return to the regular season after the All-Star break in a road game against the Chicago Bulls (16-18), tonight at the United Center in Chicago. Status report The 76ers will be without Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid as they’re still in COVID protocol. This will be tough for the first-place Sixers […]Read more "Can the shorthanded 76ers find a way to slow down the Bulls?"
The Sixers have been linked to Zach LaVine for a while. The Bulls’ star would cost nearly all of the team’s future assets. Is he worth it? While Philly currently sits atop the Eastern Conference, it’s still clear that the team is far from complete. The Sixers themselves even recognizes this, as shown by the recent trade rumors. One […]Read more "Should The Sixers Mortgage Their Future On Zach LaVine?"
Joel Embiid was absolutely stellar, leading the Sixers to a thrilling victory. The star big man dropped a career-high 50 points in the win. Embiid was expected to have a solid night, but no one expected this big of a game. The Bulls frankly don’t have anyone who can even hope to contain the MVP candidate, which was […]Read more "Joel Embiid Leads Sixers To Victory After Career Night"
The Sixers are atop the Eastern Conference with a record of 19-10. They look to add to this record tonight in a matchup against the Bulls. The game will tip-off at 7:30 and take place in Philadelphia at the Wells Fargo Center. Here’s what to watch in the matchup. Star-Studded Showdown While the Bulls are […]Read more "What to Watch for in the Sixers And Bulls Matchup"
Sixers’ Senior Vice President of Player Personnel Marc Eversley has agreed to fill the Chicago Bull’s vacant General Manager position. ESPN’S Adrian Wojnarowski first reported stating that Eversley will join Arturas Karnisovas to lead the Bull’s new front office. This will be Eversley’s first opportunity as a GM. The Chicago Bulls have just completed an […]Read more "How Marc Eversley’s departure will impact the Sixers"
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"
The Sixers are back at home where all is typically well. On the year, the team is an incredible 19-2 at home and hope to keep it going. They should have a decent shot tonight playing Zach LaVine and the Chicago Bulls. Featuring a bunch of young talent, the Bulls will be competitive again one […]Read more "Game Preview: Sixers Aim to Wrangle Bulls at Home"
The Sixers fell to a 107-114 loss against the Chicago Bulls on Saturday night to finish their road season at a lonely 6-35. The worst road record in the NBA. They fell behind the Knicks who managed to rescue a win against Orlando on the same day. Despite the loss, the game close and contested from start to […]Read more "Until the bitter end- Bulls defeat Sixers"