It’s pretty obvious to a lot of people in the NBA that the Sixers have a real lack of shooting talent. The good news is that this year’s draft class is stacked with players who can fill that hole. Today, we’ll take a look at 5 shooting guards the Sixers should target in this year’s […]Read more "5 Shooting Guard Prospects the Sixers Should Target in the Draft"
The Sixers’ Need For Shooters If you were to poll any assortment of Sixers’ fans about the Sixers’ needs the most common answer would, shooting. When your two best players are a Center and a non-shooting “basketball player” you need to surround them with as much shooting as possible. The Sixers have an opportunity to […]Read more "Sixers Mock Draft 3.0: The One With The Shooters"
As the draft draws closure and closer, PSN will be taking a long hard look at the many prospects that may interest the Sixers. One of those prospects is Grant Riller, with whom I had the pleasure of sitting down with (virtually) the other day. Riller was a senior this past season at the College […]Read more "Grant Riller is drawing plenty of attention from Sixers ahead of NBA Draft"
The Sixers have a bevy of picks in the upcoming NBA draft. There are many needs and there are also roles for the players who will be selected. One of the players to keep an eye on for the Sixers is Philly native, Lamar Stevens. A senior this past season for the Penn State Nittany […]Read more "Prospect interview: Why Lamar Stevens is a perfect fit for the Sixers"
The Sixers ultimately got their guy in the 2019 NBA Draft, but it didn’t come without a price. While in hindsight we can all agree that trading away the 33rd overall pick to Boston in order to move up for Matisse Thybulle was well worth it, but at the time, it looked like a fairly […]Read more "Are the Sixers already tipping their 2020 draft plans?"
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"