Fresh on the heels of a loss to the Phoenix Suns, the Sixers are back in action for a matchup tonight with a familiar Eastern Conference foe- the Milwaukee Bucks. This will be the second time this season that the two teams will match up this season, with the Bucks securing an overtime victory in […]Read more "What to Watch as Sixers face Bucks in crucial Back-to-Back"
Despite another MVP-caliber performance from Joel Embiid, the Sixers were ultimately unable to take care of business against the Suns. The Sixers were unable to take care of business on their home floor against the surging Phoenix Suns. Even with an MVP performance by Joel Embiid, a gutsy defensive showing from Matisse Thybulle, and an almost made game-tying full-court shot, the […]Read more "Shorthanded Sixers Unable to Extinguish CP3 and the Red Hot Suns"
Following a loss to the Warriors, the Sixers are back in action tonight for a matchup with the Phoenix Suns. The Sixers’ lead at the top of the East currently sits at just half of a game, however, the second-place Brooklyn Nets received bad news regarding James Harden as he suffered a setback in his […]Read more "Sixers look to cool down the Suns in tonight’s matchup"
Following George Hill’s debut against the Warriors, here is a look into how he could fit into the Sixers rotation moving forward. The wait is over as George Hill returned to the court last night after a 12-weeks absence spent recovering from a right thumb injury. The 85-day layoff may have been longer than expected, but the […]Read more "A Look into George Hill’s Rotational Fit with the Sixers"
It was a hard-fought game against the Warriors, but the Sixers came up short in the end. Revisiting the good, bad, and ugly from the game. Joel Embiid shined, then faltered, meanwhile Steph Curry took the Sixers’ defense for a 49 point ride. It was quite the night for the Sixers that just, unfortunately, resulted […]Read more "The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly In The Sixers Loss Versus Warriors"
The Sixers are back in action tonight to play the Golden State Warriors in the middle of Steph Curry’s red-hot off offensive tear. Now riding a four-game win streak, the Sixers will come into tonight ready for a matchup with the Golden State Warriors. A Brooklyn loss to the Miami Heat yesterday pushed the Sixers […]Read more "Sixers look to slow down Steph Curry in Warriors matchup"
The Sixers will return to action tonight for a matchup with the Clippers as they look to keep control of first-place in the East. There’s no time for the Philadelphia 76ers to rest on their laurels following the victory over the Brooklyn Nets to secure first place in the Eastern Conference. Philly faces a brutal stretch of […]Read more "Sixers Look to Cruise Past a Possibly Kawhi-Less Clippers"
The Sixers will be looking to trim their lineup down ahead of their playoffs and Furkan Korkmaz appears on the cusp. Does he make the cut? It feels as if it has been forever since Furkan Korkmaz was drafted by the Sixers with the 26th pick in 2016. The 6’7” small forward has been through a lot […]Read more "Is Furkan Korkmaz a Part of the Sixers’ Playoff Plans?"
A 39-point performance from Joel Embiid helped the Sixers to cruise past the Nets in a potential Eastern Conference Finals preview. It may not have been the Eastern Conference Finals Preview that was expected, but the Sixers took on the Nets for the third time this season. Despite being without James Harden and Kevin Durant, the Brooklyn […]Read more "Joel Embiid Dominates As Sixers Hold-On Against The Nets"
The Sixers welcome the Brooklyn Nets into town, who may be without both James Harden and Kyrie Irving in a battle for first place. It may not be as star-studded as fans may have hoped, but tonight’s game is sure to be a fun one and will have playoff seeding implications. Both teams are currently tied for first […]Read more "Sixers Set To Face Off Against The Wounded Brooklyn Nets"