According to ESPN’s Senior NBA insider Adrian Wojnarowski, new details regarding the NBA’s potential return to action have been released. In a tweet that he published Wednesday morning, he reported that each of the 22 games present will play eight games prior to the start of the playoffs, for seeding purposes. Earlier in the week […]Read more "Instant Analysis: NBA proposing new 22-team return to action"
After today’s announcement by Governor Murphy, the Philadelphia 76ers released a statement citing the re-opening of the team’s training facility. The state of PA is not in the ‘red zone’. Governor Wolf hopes to have the entire state out of the red zone by June 5th. Philadelphia is on ‘stay at home’ until June 4th. […]Read more "Sixers to reopen training facility for voluntary, individual workouts"
While no official decision has been made regarding the NBA’s return, it does seem to appear that things are trending in the right direction. NBA officials reportedly met with Disney World executives last week about using the amusement park as a location to host games, and practice facilities around the country are beginning to open […]Read more "New proposed playoff structure spells trouble for Sixers"
As we get closer and closer to a return to NBA action, the potential to finally see this year’s Sixers team go to work in the playoffs is becoming a reality. A squad that was built primarily around the idea of postseason success, everyone should be 100% healthy and ready to go should the season […]Read more "Could there be a few surprises in the Sixers’ playoff rotation?"
Just over a month ago, I sat down and explored which scenario the Philadelphia 76ers would likely want to see more. A first round matchup with the Jimmy Butler led Miami Heat, or a first round matchup against their longtime rival up in Boston. While I eventually settled in on the Heat (you can check […]Read more "Shortened Playoffs Good News for the Sixers"
The Philadelphia 76ers have passed their first test against the Brooklyn Nets in five games, taking the series 4-1. After game one, the Philadelphia crowd was loud in booing their own team, something that I had no shame in stating that I didn’t agree with. However, for the rest of that series, the Nets were […]Read more "Sixers have to limit turnovers if they are to overthrow Raptors"
The Sixers and Raptors both took care of business on Tuesday, closing out their respective series in classic blowout fashion. They’ll move on to face each other in the second round of the playoffs in what should be a clash of the Titans. The Sixers are top heavy, with a starting five worthy of going […]Read more "What to expect from Sixers vs Raptors Second Round Brawl"
The Brooklyn Nets were once the kid in the corner of the room with the dunce hat on their head. The infamous Garnett and Pierce trade made them the laughingstock of the league and crippled any flexibility they had moving forward. However, under a new regime led by GM Sean Marks and head coach Kenny […]Read more "The Sixers would be wise to avoid overlooking a hungry Nets team"
It’s a little more than halfway through the season for the Philadelphia 76ers and currently, they’re at 31-17, which is good enough for fourth place in the Eastern Conference and sixth overall in the NBA. In the midst of a tough twelve game span, the Sixers are 2-1 in the first three games as they […]Read more "A closer look at what’s gone right & wrong for Sixers so far this season"
It’s been just under two months since the Philadelphia 76ers traded for Jimmy Butler and that seems to be all it took for Butler to have his first real blow-up with the coach, Brett Brown. In an ordeal that’s been devalued by both Butler and Brown, the Sixers guard apparently was angry about how he’s […]Read more "Is Brett Brown is the real reason for reported drama inside Sixers locker room?"