After what felt like an eternity of waiting, it’s FINALLY draft day in the NFL. Seeing as pretty much the entire world has been starved of any sort of sports for the last few weeks, this year’s draft will likely go down as one of the most watched in league history. While the Eagles will […]Read more "NFL Draft Prospects and their 76ers Comparisons"
The power forward position has been a constant spot of struggle for the 76ers over the last few seasons. After trading away Dario Saric in 2018, the team opted to run Tobias Harris at the position as a “stretch four”. Just a few months later and Harris was bumped back to small forward, with Al […]Read more "Sixers’ Draft Preview: Paul Reed"
The drafting of Joel Embiid in 2014 is what most people view as the most important piece to the 76ers rebuild. Literally nicknamed “The Process”, Embiid completely turned a dying franchise around. He’s now a 3x All-Star, a 2x All-NBA Second Team member, and a 2x All-NBA Defensive Second Team member. Without him, it’s unlikely […]Read more "What if the Sixers never drafted Joel Embiid?"
With the NBA season still on pause and it’s status up in the air, the next best thing to direct our attention to is the NBA draft. Following the series that my colleague, David Esser, started with his Jalen Smith analysis, next up in PhillySportsNetwork’s prospect chain is Tre Jones. Tre Jones- Duke University The […]Read more "Sixers’ Draft Preview: Tre Jones"
Is it really that time already? With the NBA season still on it’s health-related hiatus, basketball fans have taken it upon themselves to start looking at what the NBA draft could shape up to look like. While the Sixers obviously won’t be in the running for the top-tier prospects like James Wiseman or Lamelo Ball, […]Read more "Sixers Draft Preview: Jalen Smith"
This was set to be one of the biggest weeks of the College Basketball season. The Sweet 16 & Elite 8 of the NCAA Tournament would be on the horizon, but March Madness was cancelled 14 days ago due to the outbreak of COVID-19. On Wedesday, Villanova Head Coach Jay Wright held his end of […]Read more "Takeaways from Jay Wright’s end of season press conference"
One of the best times of the year is finally rolling around. As the Sixers are enjoying their All-Star break, college basketball is still in full swing. March Madness, arguably the best tournament in all of sports, is around the corner. With the top 16 teams now selected, it’s time to direct our attention to […]Read more "A Sixers-centric guide to March Madness: Prospects to watch"
The first week of the Delaware Blue Coats short 50 game season is in the books. After dropping their first game to the Maine Red Claws, the team swept their next two against the Greensboro Swarm and Long Island Nets. Through the first three games, the Blue Coats exhibit a 2-1 record, averaging right under […]Read more "Down on the farm: How future Sixers are faring for the Blue Coats"
It’s always exciting to see where local prospects get drafted and for Villanova’s Eric Paschall, there weren’t many better places to land. The Golden State Warriors selected him with the 41st pick in the second round during last night’s event. It’s official! The Dubs select Eric Paschall from Villanova with the 41st pick. pic.twitter.com/gMW3xIYJn5 — […]Read more "Villanova’s Eric Paschall Drafted by Golden State Warriors"
The 2019 NBA draft is coming and the Sixers will have a late first-round pick. This years draft is not as talented as the previous two but will still feature some intriguing prospects. I preview five possible draft prospects the 76ers could be interested in. Nazreon Reid – (29 Games) 13.5 pts 7.0 rebs 47% […]Read more "Five first-round prospects who could interest the Sixers"