It’s been a while since we’ve checked in on the Delaware Blue Coats. Through 31 of their 50 games, the Blue Coats sit second in the Atlantic Division, and fourth in the Eastern Conference. As they begin to stabilize their playoff push, Delaware has been impacted greatly by the Sixers’ struggles. Some of Philadelphia’s moves […]Read more "How Sixers’ trade deadline activity impacts the Delaware Bluecoats"
In what could be the start to a flurry of last-second moves by the Sixers front office, they have officially traded James Ennis III to the Orlando Magic. After acquiring both Alec Burks and Glenn Robinson III from the Warriors, it was expected that one of the team’s backup wing players would be on the […]Read more "Instant analysis: Sixers trade Ennis to Magic in exchange for draft pick"
The Sixers are in the market for change. What that looks like is to be determined but one thing that everyone knows is that the Sixers need shooting. Sixers General Manager Elton Brand has a lot on his plate this deadline as many are questioning his signings after they’ve failed to pan out this season. […]Read more "Should the Sixers trade for Davis Bertans?"
The Sixers are in the market for some certified shooters. The team as a unit shoots incredibly poor for a modern NBA contender. They rank 17th in 3-point percentage and 25th in 3-pointers per game (as of 1/14/20). The numbers are even worse than they appear because the Sixers also lack consistency. They may shoot […]Read more "Sixers Trade Targets: Bargain Bin Shooters"
After a short week due to Thanksgiving, the Delaware Blue Coats took on four games in seven days. The Blue Coats made the most of it, as they would rattle off four straight en route to a total five-game win streak. Throughout the week, it was nice to see plenty of the Sixers getting in […]Read more "Week in Review: Delaware Blue Coats go streaking"
Due to Thanksgiving, the Delaware Blue Coats only played one game since Saturday the 23rd. They hosted the Westchester Knicks Friday night, as a second-half surge led the Blue Coats to a 110-93 victory. Player carousal Being a g-league affiliate of an NBA team requires great patience as a player and coach. Players are constantly […]Read more "Week in review: Blue Coats win only game during the holiday week"
The Sixers added a lot of talent to their frontcourt this offseason. The team signed Al Horford to a 4-year deal and added Kyle O’Quinn as well. They also managed to resign Tobias Harris, James Ennis, and Mike Scott, providing even more frontcourt depth. Jonah Bolden, who showed some promise last season, suddenly finds himself […]Read more "Can Jonah Bolden crack the Sixers rotation this season?"
It’s been just under two months since the Philadelphia 76ers traded for Jimmy Butler and that seems to be all it took for Butler to have his first real blow-up with the coach, Brett Brown. In an ordeal that’s been devalued by both Butler and Brown, the Sixers guard apparently was angry about how he’s […]Read more "Is Brett Brown is the real reason for reported drama inside Sixers locker room?"
Where do you start when talking about the Philadelphia 76ers this season? After tonights game, its obvious that the team has issues and theyre not being addressed. So, lets address some of them. Turnovers continue to be a problem Tonight, against the Toronto Raptors, the team had twenty-three turnovers. You read that correctly, twenty-three. […]Read more "Who’s to blame for Sixers offensive deficiencies?"
The Philadelphia 76ers are at a critical stage in “The Process” right now as they face the biggest offseason in recent memory. The team has provided excitement in a city where it’s been a long time since the fans had anything to really cheer about. With the emergence of Ben Simmons, Joel Embiid and Dario […]Read more "How the Sixers can turn a period of uncertainty into an offseason of dreams"