Dwight Howard was an excellent signing this offseason. For just the cost of the veteran’s minimum ($2.56 million), the Sixers acquired an eight-time all-star and three-time DPOY who has completely resurrected his career as a backup big man. By all accounts, Howard has been a positive voice in the locker room and helped foster the […]Read more "Why Sixers cannot rely on Dwight Howard as their sole Big off the bench"
In the hours leading up to the NBA Draft, Daryl Morey made his first big move as the new GM of the 76ers by ending the Al Horford era and shipping him off (along with a second-round pick and protected first-round pick) to the Oklahoma City Thunder. In return, the Sixers attained Terrance Ferguson, Vincent […]Read more "Danny Green’s championship pedigree is driving the Sixers offense forward"
You won’t be able to tell just by looking at the stat sheet, but Matisse Thybulle has seen substantial improvement this season for the Sixers. The second-year player out of Washington has quickly become an elite defender and would be known as his team’s best defender if they weren’t also blessed with Joel Embiid and Ben […]Read more "Should Matisse Thybulle Be “Untouchable” In Sixers Trade Talks?"
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"
The Sixers cruised to an easy victory against the Dallas Mavericks by a score of 111-97. Led by their defensive intensity and strong bench performances, the game was seemingly never in doubt. First Half The Sixers came out of the gates looking sluggish. Despite Boban Marjanovic getting the start for the Mavs, Joel Embiid scored […]Read more "Sixers cruise to dominant victory over Mavs thanks to strong bench effort"
Coming off a shaky road win over the Raptors, the Sixers will look to keep their momentum churning against Luka Doncic and the Mavericks. The Sixers won their first road win against the Raptors since way back when Doug Collins was the team’s head coach. The Sixers are looking to keep that momentum going against a Dallas Mavericks squad that hasn’t […]Read more "3 Key Storylines to Look Out for During Sixers-Mavericks"
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 Philadelphia 76ers are in Tampa Bay once again for a matchup against the Toronto Raptors. Can they avenge their Sunday Loss? After Sunday’s disappointing loss against the Toronto Raptors, the Sixers should be extremely motivated to bounce back. Tobias Harris, in particular, is undoubtedly unhappy with his previous game so expect him to go to work […]Read more "Philadelphia 76ers Look To Avenge Their Loss Against Raptors"
It was a disappointing showing from the Sixers as they took a loss at the hands of the Toronto Raptors by a score of 110-103. The Sixers seemingly had control for most of the game and at one point held a 14 point lead. However, the Raptors bounced back from each punch the Sixers threw […]Read more "Sixers struggle to find supporting cast production in tough Toronto loss"