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"
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?"
The Sixers could use an extra hand on their roster, and Glenn Robinson III is still available. Could a reunion with the swingman be in order? It’s clear as day that the Sixers’ bench is devoid of three-point shooting. The team’s bench is shooting a disgusting 32.3% from three, which places them 25th in the […]Read more "Should the Sixers Reunite With Glenn Robinson III?"
The Philadelphia 76ers are extremely talented, but the team is clearly lacking a floor-spacing big man. Could the answer be in free agency? Dwight Howard is simply not cutting it. He’s been an extremely valuable member of the team, but his fit with Ben Simmons is among the worst in the league. Mike Scott hasn’t been much better (from […]Read more "Three Floor-Spacing Free Agents For The Philadelphia 76ers To Target"
The Sixers are looking to close out their road trip in a matchup against the Cavs in what may end up to be the team’s last game without Embiid This is an important game for the Sixers as they will look to solidify their success on the recent road trip and pick up a necessary […]Read more "Sixers Look to Finish Road Trip on High-Note in Cleveland"
Dwight Howard was an excellent signing this offseason. For just the cost of the veteran’s minimum ($2.56 million), the Sixers acquired an eight-time all-star and three-time DPOY who has completely resurrected his career as a backup big man. By all accounts, Howard has been a positive voice in the locker room and helped foster the […]Read more "Why Sixers cannot rely on Dwight Howard as their sole Big off the bench"
The Sixers picked up their fourth win in a row in a late-night win over the LA Lakers led by a 28-point performance from Danny Green. Deadline day is a nerve-racking experience for many players around the league on a yearly basis. Danny Green is no stranger to this experience as he has been traded four times throughout his […]Read more "Danny Green Proves Sixers Management Right In Victory over Lakers"
Winners of four straight, the Philadelphia Sixers have been riding a wave of momentum. Despite not having either of their All-Stars in the return from the break, and losing Joel Embiid mid-game the night after, the 76ers have been fighting. Tobias Harris and the Sixers’ bench are dominating recently, helping them maintain their top spot […]Read more "Sixers-Spurs Pregame: Will Ben Simmons Return to the Lineup Tonight?"
It’s been a sleepless night for Sixers fans, but they can all breathe a sigh of relief this morning. According to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, Joel Embiid suffered a bone bruise in last night’s win over the Wizards and avoided a major injury. Embiid suffered the knee injury halfway through the third quarter, awkwardly landing on his […]Read more "MRI reveals Joel Embiid has a bone bruise, avoiding serious injury"