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"
Looking to solidify the bench unit, Daryl Morey and the Sixers have signed veteran forward Anthony Tolliver to a 10-day contract. Following the release of Ignas “Iggy” Brazdeikis, it was only a matter of time before Daryl Morey, and the Sixers pounced on adding someone new to replace him. Sixers fans have been anxiously awaiting some sort of […]Read more "Sixers signing Anthony Tolliver in an attempt to boost bench"
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 thing about the NBA season is that it’s a long one. It’s incredibly rare for teams to stay dominant all year round and the Sixers are no exception. Tied with the Nets at the top of the Eastern Conference, the Sixers played host to the Memphis Grizzlies. Fresh off of a fun-filled win over […]Read more "What we learned: Sloppy Sixers slump in a frustrating loss to the Grizzlies"
The Philadelphia 76ers failed to show up in tonight’s game against Nikola Jokic and the Denver Nuggets for their second loss in a row. After their disappointing loss to the LA Clippers, the Sixers needed to bounce back against the Nuggets to keep their lead in the East. The final score was much closer than […]Read more "Philadelphia 76ers Fail To Show Up Against Denver Nuggets"
In the final game of the Philadelphia 76ers West-Coast trip, the team takes on Nikola Jokic and the Denver Nuggets in a 9 o’clock matchup. The Sixers will look to bounce back after they appeared to run out of steam in the loss to the Clippers. After two days of rest, the team will look […]Read more "Philadelphia 76ers Look to End West-Coast Trip on High Note"
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 start the second game of a back-to-back, this time against Julius Randle, RJ Barrett, and the New York Knicks. Following their emphatic 129-105 victory over the Kings, the Sixers head to New York to take on the Knicks in the second of back-to-back games for the squad. Victors of eight of their last […]Read more "Shorthanded Sixers Look to Stay Hot Against Rival Knicks"
With the NBA trade deadline right around the corner, the Philadelphia 76ers will certainly be involved in the market one way or another. The biggest question for the Sixers ahead of the deadline is whether the team should make a big splash or just add one or two complementary pieces. Names like Kyle Lowry and […]Read more "Three Affordable Trade Candidates For The Philadelphia 76ers"
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"