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"
Joel Embiid could be returning to the Sixers lineup on Saturday night against Karl Anthony Towns and the Minnesota Timberwolves. After suffering a bone bruise on March 12th against the Washington Wizards, the light is finally at the end of the tunnel for Joel Embiid. All signs are pointing to his return this Saturday against […]Read more "Sixers Star Joel Embiid Is Expected To Return Against Timberwolves"
The Philadelphia 76ers and the Brooklyn Nets are two teams who on the surface seem like opposites yet they’re much more alike than they look. The following has been written by long time Brooklyn Nets fan and NBA junkie Ty Clark: It’s rare that a generational talent becomes available for trade in the NBA. Earlier […]Read more "Philadelphia 76ers And The Brooklyn Nets: A Process Retrospective"
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?"
The Sixers have enjoyed a fantastic start to the NBA season, but is it enough? The team may be finding themselves in a tricky situation. Joel Embiid is playing at an MVP level, and Ben Simmons has been a tremendous supporting star for him. The Sixers finally even have some great talent around their two […]Read more "Are The Sixers Finding Themselves In A Tricky Situation?"
It’s official. After a start to the season that has been worthy of MVP consideration, Sixers big-man Joel Embiid has been named an all-star. Through 23 games this season, Embiid is averaging a career-high in minutes and with good reason. Currently sitting on an average of a career-high 29 points per game, the center is […]Read more "Joel Embiid named an NBA All-star for the fourth-straight year"
After a well-needed day of rest, the Sixers are back in action tonight for a matchup against James Harden and the Brooklyn Nets. This game has been circled on the calendars of many as it is looked at as a potential Eastern Conference Finals preview. Unfortunately, injuries have piled up once again, and the game has […]Read more "What to Watch in the Sixers Matchup Against The Nets"
After exploring three low-level trades that would help the Sixers make a deeper push into the playoffs, it’s now time to look at two trades that would bring in high-impact players. No more bargain bucket steals, it’s time to get juicy. Sixers find the perfect complement Philadelphia 76ers receive: Harrison Barnes Sacramento Kings receive: Danny […]Read more "Sixers should look into trading for these impact players"
The Sixers have had a terrific start to their season and currently sit on top of the eastern conference. However, there is always room for improvement. In this three-part series, I will explore a multitude of trades that range from quick fixes to deals that will bring you flashbacks of the teams’ star chasing days. […]Read more "Three bargain bucket trades that could improve the Sixers"