Sixers win 106-103. Despite playing without the likes of Tobias Harris, Seth Curry, and Dwight Howard, the Sixers were ultimately able to take care of business at home against Doc Rivers’ former team. The Clippers (dealing with their own key absence in Kawhi Leonard) managed to keep things close all the way down to the […]Read more "Instant analysis: Sixers outlast the Clippers in a nail-biter"
Looking to solidify the bench unit, Daryl Morey and the Sixers have signed veteran forward Anthony Tolliver to a 10-day contract. Following the release of Ignas “Iggy” Brazdeikis, it was only a matter of time before Daryl Morey, and the Sixers pounced on adding someone new to replace him. Sixers fans have been anxiously awaiting some sort of […]Read more "Sixers signing Anthony Tolliver in an attempt to boost bench"
The thing about the NBA season is that it’s a long one. It’s incredibly rare for teams to stay dominant all year round and the Sixers are no exception. Tied with the Nets at the top of the Eastern Conference, the Sixers played host to the Memphis Grizzlies. Fresh off of a fun-filled win over […]Read more "What we learned: Sloppy Sixers slump in a frustrating loss to the Grizzlies"
Shake Milton is back to his scoring ways for the Sixers. Following a breakout season with the team in 2020, expectations were extremely high for Sixers guard Shake Milton this year. Not only had he displayed a genuine knack for scoring the basketball during his first *real* season in the NBA, but the team’s new […]Read more "Sixers’ Shake Milton finding himself at the perfect time"
Sixers win 114-94. Playing in what they hope is their last game without Joel Embiid, the Sixers took care of business against an extremely pesky Cleveland Cavaliers team that typically gives them trouble. Shake Milton and Dwight Howard were the two main players for Philly tonight, as Milton scored a game-high 27 points and Howard […]Read more "3 quick takeaways from a smooth Sixers win over Cleveland"
The Sixers picked up their fourth win in a row in a late-night win over the LA Lakers led by a 28-point performance from Danny Green. Deadline day is a nerve-racking experience for many players around the league on a yearly basis. Danny Green is no stranger to this experience as he has been traded four times throughout his […]Read more "Danny Green Proves Sixers Management Right In Victory over Lakers"
Despite a third-quarter collapse, the Sixers were able to rally late and knock off a Curry-less Golden State Warriors on Tuesday night. Kicking off game one of their four-game West Coast road trip, the Sixers were able to take care of business against a Stephen Curry-less Golden State Warriors squad. The late-night affair didn’t come without some […]Read more "Sixers grind out a late-night win against Curry-less Warriors"
The Sixers will have multiple players in the All-Star Game for the third consecutive year as Ben Simmons made his third All-Star Game. The All-Star Reserves were announced tonight, with The Athletic’s Shams Charania breaking the news a half-hour earlier than expected. Making the list was Sixers’ star, Ben Simmons who is in the midst of a […]Read more "Sixers Instant Analysis: Simmons in, Harris Snubbed for All-Star Game"
The Sixers have been linked to Zach LaVine for a while. The Bulls’ star would cost nearly all of the team’s future assets. Is he worth it? While Philly currently sits atop the Eastern Conference, it’s still clear that the team is far from complete. The Sixers themselves even recognizes this, as shown by the recent trade rumors. One […]Read more "Should The Sixers Mortgage Their Future On Zach LaVine?"
The Sixers have enjoyed a fantastic start to the NBA season, but is it enough? The team may be finding themselves in a tricky situation. Joel Embiid is playing at an MVP level, and Ben Simmons has been a tremendous supporting star for him. The Sixers finally even have some great talent around their two […]Read more "Are The Sixers Finding Themselves In A Tricky Situation?"