In the final edition of our Philadelphia 76ers mid-season report cards, it’s time to see how the centers have played so far this season. The center position may be the best overall position group for the Philadelphia 76ers, and that’s simply because Joel Embiid is playing like a man possessed this season. He’s easily the […]Read more "Philadelphia 76ers Mid-Season Report Card: Centers"
Halfway through the Philadelphia 76ers season, it’s time to look at mid-season report cards; specifically, the team’s forwards. Just before the start of the second half of the 2020-21 NBA season, and the Sixers are 24-12, sat atop the Eastern Conference as we peruse through the last few days of the All-Star break. Continuing our series of […]Read more "Philadelphia 76ers Mid-Season Report Card: Forwards"
As the Philadelphia 76ers prepare for the rest of the season, it’s time we take a look at mid-season report cards. First up, the guards. With the Sixers looking toward the second half of the season, there is a lot to reflect on. Roster changes are on the horizon as the team looks to finalize […]Read more "Philadelphia 76ers Mid-Season Report Card: Guards"
Shake Milton made a name for himself last season after injuries to key players propelled him from a seat on the bench to a spot in the rotation. Milton was told by former Sixers coach Brett Brown that he probably wouldn’t be a part of the mix when the season started. Milton then suddenly found […]Read more "Shake Milton could take the next step in his development under Doc Rivers"
There’s no rush for the Sixers to hire their next HC. In a report delivered by 94 WIP’s Jon Johnson, it was revealed that the Sixers were “close” to a deal with Tyronn Lue to become their next head coach. While this announcement was somewhat backtracked on, it does seem like this is the route […]Read more "Sixers: Prematurely hiring Tyronn Lue would be a silly mistake"
Brett Brown is simply the not the Sixers biggest problem. The Sixers were obviously unsuccessful during their first two games against the Boston Celtics, and the cries for Brett Brown to be fired reached an all-time high following the back-to-back losses. He was criticized for the starting lineups he picked, the offense he ran, the […]Read more "Brett Brown is being made into a scapegoat, and the Sixers will regret it"
The Sixers are beyond being stuck between a rock and a hard place, they are beyond facing dire straits. The Philadelphia 76ers are desperate for victory in a must-win situation against the Boston Celtics. After a brutal Game Two, the Sixers are will either find a way to adjust or succumb to the Celtics yet […]Read more "What to Watch in Sixers’ Must-Win Game Three Against Celtics"
The Sixers had a chance to even the series against Boston in Game 2 of the first round. While everything started out fine the Sixers were quickly outmatched. The game became a blowout before you could say “Trust the Process”. It was an absolute embarrassment, the kind that Head Coach Brett Brown has become all […]Read more "Takeaways from the Sixers’ Brutal Loss to the Celtics"
About a week ago, my friend David Esser wrote a piece highlighting the Ben Simmons’ injury. In this article, David questioned if Alec Burks could help fill the void that was being created due to Simmons not playing. As Dave also notes, “Burks has really struggled to land a solidified role with the Sixers since […]Read more "Could Alec Burks be just what the Sixers need right now?"
The Sixers are back at it after a disappointing loss in game one against the Boston Celtics. What makes game one especially disappointing is that the Sixers had a real shot to steal the game. Early on, they had the right philosophy and were finding offensive success but they were careless with the ball racking […]Read more "What to Watch in the Sixers’ second game vs Celtics"