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 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"
Due to the lack of cap space that will be available this offseason, it is essential for the Sixers to find key role players in the draft. While it is unlikely they use all of them, the Sixers are equipped with 4 second-round picks in addition to the Thunder’s first-rounder in this year’s draft. Finding […]Read more "Could Sixers find the next TJ McConnell in the second round?"
The NBA draft is still months away due to COVID-19 and while it would have been exciting to already know the results, this wait gives us ever-more time to check out the prospects. The Sixers’ trip to Orlando will have plenty of draft implications as their lone first-round pick is from the playoff-bound OKC Thunder. […]Read more "Sixers Only 2020 Mock Draft 2.0: Embiid Gets his Backup"
Had it not been for the suspended NBA season, the draft would have already taken place and the Sixers’ would already have their new rookie(s). Life had different plans in-mind as the draft now won’t take place until October 16. The level of difficulty in scouting draft prospects is exponentially increased this year due to […]Read more "Could Aleksej Pokuševski be the Sixers’ Serbian Savior"
Without much cap space for free agency this offseason, it will be very important for the Sixers to find a key player in the upcoming draft. While the remainder of the season needs to be played out to fully decide what spot in the draft they will end up at, they are expected to land […]Read more "Could Aaron Nesmith be the Sixers’ potential missing piece"
We are at a time in our nation where we carefully watch the recovery from a global pandemic. As sports attempt to make their return with set protocols to ensure that everyone is safe, a new dawn of Basketball was kickstarted this past weekend. On July 4th, one of the summer basketball events got going […]Read more "Former Sixers’ guard Khalif Wyatt shines in ‘TBT’ tournament"
The NBA’s scheduled Orlando restart is less than a month away, so obviously, a majority of the basketball community’s attention is on that. However, the 2020 draft has still yet to take place, and the Sixers are in a financial situation where a “good draft” is pretty much a must-have this summer. While flashy names […]Read more "Could drafting Kira Lewis Jr solve the Sixers’ backup PG problem?"
Well, we’re here. After a rollercoaster ride of drafted talent, it’s time to rank the top 5 draft picks since 2000. In case you’ve missed any of the list so far, don’t worry, we have you covered! #5. Jrue Holiday At just 19 years old, Jrue Holiday was selected with the 17th overall pick in […]Read more "Ranking the Sixers best draft picks since 2000: #5-1"
If you’ve missed any of this series so far – fear not. As we enter the penultimate article in the series and dive into the top 10, here are the players we’ve ranked so far: Onto #10… #10. Thaddeus Young While many may view the “post-Iverson/pre-Embiid” Sixers as a bit of a disastrous time in […]Read more "Ranking the Sixers best draft picks since 2000: #10-6"