The NBA draft has been pushed back once again but all that means is that there is even more time to discuss who the Sixers will draft. In his latest edition, mock draft guru Jonathan Wasserman of Bleacher Report has Stanford Point Guard Tyrell Terry going to the Sixers with the 21st overall pick. This […]Read more "Tyrell Terry to Sixers in Latest Wasserman Mock Draft"
The Philadelphia 76ers’ season is over and they are yet again facing a crucial offseason. This one maybe even more important than before as they are now without a Head Coach and might be running out of time to put a winning team around their two stars. Elton Brand is beginning his first season officially […]Read more "76ers Offseason Plan From PSN – Zach’s Thoughts"
Ben Simmons has officially been announced as a member of the NBA All-Defensive First Team. The NBA announced the individuals who made the All-Defensive teams on Tuesday. The third-year Australian battled his way to one of the most dominant defensive seasons we’ve seen from a Sixers in a long while. Simmons showed great anticipation, leading […]Read more "Ben Simmons Makes NBA All-Defensive First Team"
The NBA and the NBPA have announced that they have agreed to push back certain dates including the NBA draft (October 16th) and the start of free agency (October 18th). In addition to this, the start date of the season itself (originally scheduled for early December) has been delayed. The news was first broken by […]Read more "NBA Draft/Free Agency and More Moved Back, New Date TBD"
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"
It’s a routine experience at this point in time, but Vilannova head coach Jay Wright has once again been ruled out for the Philadelphia 76ers head coaching gig. Wright making the switch from college ball to the pros has long been rumored, but this year was the first time people felt he had a real […]Read more "Jay Wright won’t be the Sixers next head coaching hire"
Every offseason seems to be the same story – Clips surface of Ben Simmons shooting 3’s like its nothing. Hype videos of a smooth stroke flood our twitter timelines and then the season rolls around and this newfound jumper is all but forgotten. Ben Simmons is a very good basketball player. He stands roughly 6’10, […]Read more "The curious case of Ben Simmons & the Philadelphia 76ers"
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"
Brett Brown is officially out as Head Coach of the Sixers. While there should still be plenty more change in the front office, it’s time to look at candidates to replace Brett Brown. Back in March we looked at five options to replace Brett Brown, a lot has changed since then but one thing that […]Read more "Ranking the Sixers’ top targets to replace Brett Brown"
Brett Brown is simply the not the Sixers biggest problem. The Sixers were obviously unsuccessful during their first two games against the Boston Celtics, and the cries for Brett Brown to be fired reached an all-time high following the back-to-back losses. He was criticized for the starting lineups he picked, the offense he ran, the […]Read more "Brett Brown is being made into a scapegoat, and the Sixers will regret it"