The Sixers beat the Bucks 107-106 in a game that should not have been close at all. The specifics of how this game played out are pretty insignificant. Even if the Sixers lost by 20, the focus of the summer league is to see how certain players might play in the NBA. How did some […]Read more "How did Sixers stars of the future look in Summer league opener?"
The Boston Celtics and Philadelphia 76ers went toe-to-toe in the first game of the Utah Jazz Summer League. It was a game of runs and the Celtics ultimately prevailed. Jaylen Brown (29 points and 13 rebounds) and Jayson Tatum (21 points, 7 rebounds, 5 steals) led the Celtics to a 89-88 victory. Despite the Sixers […]Read more "3 Takeaways From Sixers First Summer League Game"
The Sixers finally look ready to attack the upcoming NBA season. From the drafting of Ben Simmons to the long awaited arrival of Dario Saric, it’s a new era in Philadelphia. But there are still some questions over how the starting five is going to look come opening night. Projected Starting Lineup: PG Ben Simmons […]Read more "Trading for Zach LaVine could be the final piece of the Sixers starting lineup puzzle"
The Sixers are entering the most important offseason that they’ve had in a very long time. This could be the turning point for the “Process”, or it could be the offseason that will bring mediocrity to this Sixers team leaving us back where we started. Last week we previewed the offseason with some important questions […]Read more "Sixers Offseason Preview: Free Agency"
This offseason is set to be one of change for the Philadelphia 76ers. A change in personnel, a change in situation and potentially a change in fortune. But with the Sam Hinkie era now in the rear-view mirror, it’s hard to look back and wonder where it all started to go wrong. The process was […]Read more "Sam Hinkie’s process left Sixers primed for success, just in the wrong era"
It almost seemed inevitable that after the hiring of Jerry Colangelo, Sam Hinkie would be relieved of his duties..but I don’t think anybody expected it to happen this quickly. ESPN sources say Sam Hinkie has stepped down from his posts in Philadelphial — Marc Stein (@ESPNSteinLine) April 7, 2016 The Sixers have narrowly avoided obtaining […]Read more "BREAKING: The Sam Hinkie era is over in Philadelphia"
“The Process” has been a long, strenuous and sometimes weird road. This offseason might be the most important yet with the draft and the possible return of perhaps the Sixers’ most intriguing player, Joel Embiid. If the big man returns to the court and all reports say that he shall, the already crowded frontcourt is […]Read more "Jahlil Okafor on the Move? Three potential trades that make sense for the Sixers"
Tonight marked the finale of The Philadelphia 76ers’ summer-league, and with it a lot of expectations to end it on a high. The game was filled with action and in the end the Sixers came away with the win, beating the Houston Rockets 100-96. The team end the league on a 2-6 record. However, the […]Read more "Sixers win final Summer League game, Tokoto goes OFF"
Pierre Jackson’s NBA career to date has had more twists and turns than the entire Game Of Thrones TV series. From being selected as the 42nd pick by the Sixers to injury woes plaguing his every move. However, things may well be on the up for the former development league star. Sam Hinkie signed the […]Read more "Is Pierre Jackson the PG the Sixers need?"
News emerged last night of Joel Embiid needing a second foot surgery meaning that he will miss the entirety of next season. For the most part Sixers fans had their head in their hands because, well..two injured seasons out of two is hardly an explosive way to leave your make on the league.. However, there […]Read more "Why Embiid missing full season is a good thing"