The Sixers have a huge offseason ahead of them after embarrassingly being swept by the Boston Celtics in round one of the playoffs. The Sixers have notoriously made poor decision during the past few off-seasons and it’s time for the front office to make the right ones this offseason and turn the Sixers into true […]Read more "76ers Offseason Plan From PSN – Steve’s Thoughts"
The last couple of years for the Sixers have been a torrid time to say the least. From awful front office decision and consistent injuries to the devastating sweep at the hands of the Boston Celtics just last week, the Sixers have gotten themselves into a right mess. However, this offseason gives the Sixers a […]Read more "A Trio of Three-Team Trades That could make the Sixers contenders again"
As the Sixers look ahead to the Celtics matchup in the playoffs, Brett Brown will be faced with some tough decisions for who will make the cut in the rotation. Brown has been known to lean more heavily on veterans for key games, which could be bad news for guys like Matisse Thybulle or even […]Read more "Who will make the cut in the Sixers playoff rotation?"
When Kyle O’Quinn signed his contract for a veteran’s minimum $2.1 million this offseason, it did not come with high expectations. The 29-year-old journeyman has never averaged more than 7.1 points per game nor has he started more than a handful of games. This year, O’Quinn averaged 10.6 minutes per game totaling 3.3 points, 3.9 […]Read more "The Curious Case of Kyle O’Quinn and an expanded playoff role"
For the most part, the Orlando bubble has been quite the disaster for the Sixers. Ben Simmons suffered what’s likely to be a season-ending injury, Joel Embiid has already hurt both his ankle and his hand, and TJ Warren hung a 50-piece on Philly’s defense. However, amidst all the chaos and lackluster performances, one tiny […]Read more "Sixers will officially have a 2020 first-round pick thanks to Mike Muscala"
The Sixers just can’t catch a break. After losing to the Phoenix Suns (granted without their starters) the team suffered a stunning collapse against the Toronto Raptors. Additionally, Joel Embiid left the game halfway through with a wrist injury after Marc Gasol clubbed him on a no-call. Thankfully, the Xrays were negative and his absence […]Read more "Takeaways from Sixers Stunning Collapse Against Raptors"
In a game that the Sixers had no business being competitive in, the Sixers’ bench showed some guts against the undefeated Phoenix Suns. Unsurprisingly, defense was not the focus of this game for either team but it was a chance for players to earn time in the playoffs. While they may have lost and the […]Read more "What We Learned From Sixers Gutsy Loss Against Suns"
The first look at the return of Sixers basketball left fans craving more and luckily there is not a long wait for them to take the court again. The Sixers will be taking on the Oklahoma City Thunder at 12PM for their second scrimmage in Orlando. There is a renewed sense of optimism surrounding the […]Read more "Top storylines to watch in Sixers’ second scrimmage"
The Sixers took a big step back this season. While some players saw improvement like Ben Simmons and Shake Milton, the team as a whole struggled to find cohesion. The recent additions of Horford and Richardson have struggled to fit and the offense had often stalled. There’s not one move that will fix things for […]Read more "Four Trades to Help Take the Sixers from Pretenders to Contenders"
“Who’s going to stop them?” Right? Wasn’t that everyone’s expectations heading into the 2019-2020 season? Boasting a brand new (and incredibly tall) starting five, the Sixers looked like the team to beat in the Eastern Conference. After stampeding past the Celtics on Opening Night, it seemed like everything was going according to plan. Fast forward […]Read more "The four Sixers most likely to be traded this offseason"