While the Sixers obviously haven’t made it public, barring a championship, the team will likely undergo a drastic shakeup for the third year in a row this offseason. The Al Horford experiment simple hasn’t worked out though his best days as a Sixer may still be ahead of us. The reason for that is two-fold. […]Read more "Can the Sixers trade Horford and Keep their First Round pick?"
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"
2013/2014 was a weird time in history. Sharknado 2 came out, Manti Te’o had a fake girlfriend, and perhaps strangest of all: Michael Carter-Williams looked like an above-average NBA player. On a defining night in Sixers history, MCW was taken with the 11th overall pick in the draft after Jrue Holiday was shipped to the […]Read more "A Look Back at Michael Carter-Williams’ ROY season"
Thursday night, the NBA released the schedule for the Sixers’ remaining eight games. By a quick glance that the schedule, the Sixers have a very good chance to move up from their current sixth seed in the standings. Only four of their eight matchups would have made the playoffs in a “normal” season. Two of […]Read more "Instant Analysis: Sixers’ Schedule for Last Eight Games Officially Released"
One of the most electrifying players from the “Process” has announced his return to the NBA. Tony Wroten was one of the Sixers’ top guards from 2013-2015. Many forget, but Tony Wroten actually coined the phrase “Trust the Process” in an interview with ESPN’s Pablo Torres. Originally a first-round pick of the Memphis Grizzlies, Wroten […]Read more "Sixers’ Process Product Tony Wroten Announces His NBA Return"
With the NBA season returning, the teams involved will be focused not only on the last eight regular season games, but the playoffs to follow. The Sixers, who are currently the sixth seed in the East, will have the chance to rise as high as the third seed. Now that the season will be finishing […]Read more "Ranking Sixers’ Ideal First Round Match-ups"
The NBA is back and the Sixers’ stars are ready. Earlier this week both Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid came forward letting everyone know what they’re up to. Both stars have been grinding in the gym in preparation for the return of the season. Ben Simmons showed off the fruits of his workouts on Twitter […]Read more "Simmons and Embiid put NBA on Notice with Latest Workouts"
Just a few games into this year’s NBA season and it seemed like Elton Brand and the Sixers had finally pulled all the right strings in building a championship contender. Facing off against his former team on November 23, newly acquired Josh Richardson poured in a season-high 32 points during a blowout win against Jimmy […]Read more "What does the future hold for Josh Richardson and the Sixers?"