Thursday night, the NBA released the schedule for the Sixers’ remaining eight games. By a quick glance that the schedule, the Sixers have a very good chance to move up from their current sixth seed in the standings. Only four of their eight matchups would have made the playoffs in a “normal” season. Two of […]Read more "Instant Analysis: Sixers’ Schedule for Last Eight Games Officially Released"
Even with the NBA season still in a hiatus, Al Horford’s name continues to be brought up in trade discussions. In the latest rumor (initially reported on by Justin Grasso of Sports Illustrated), former NBA executive John Hollinger suggested Al Horford be moved for Harrison Barnes of the Sacramento Kings. After playing a crucial role […]Read more "Former NBA exec has Sixers’ Al Horford being traded for Harrison Barnes"
In the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, it’s always warming to see sporting stars give back to their communities. Tobias Harris is the latest Sixer to do exactly that. Harris plans to help support 12 families in the City of Philadelphia with mortgage assistance, through the ‘Habitat for Humanity of Philadelphia’ scheme, while providing 250 […]Read more "Tobias Harris is helping Philadelphians through pandemic struggles"
Trade rumors have been swirling around left and right when it comes to the Philadelphia 76ers and the upcoming NBA offseason. While these types of reports normally have the team sending away Al Horford, Tobias Harris, or even Simmons/Embiid, it’s in fact a different name on the Sixers roster who should be the focus point […]Read more "Sixers: Josh Richardson to be team’s most valuable trade piece this offseason"
As we’re all sitting inside and quarantining, it looks like Bobby Webster, the General Manager of the Toronto Raptors, could be making some calls to Elton Brand. There have been no other talks about this rumor other than a few tweets. There also has been no talks about who the Sixers would be giving up […]Read more "RUMOR: Are the Toronto Raptors looking to send Kyle Lowry to Philly"
Although he failed to make the All-Star game this season, Bradley Beal is easily having the best year of his career. Not only is he averaging an eye-popping 30.5 points per game, but he’s also seen his assist numbers rise to a career-high 6.1 per game. Despite being surrounded by a serious lack of talent […]Read more "Is trading for Bradley Beal a realistic possibility for the Sixers?"
If you look left, right, up, or down you will see mention of the Sixers splitting up Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid. The latest trade scenario comes from Bleacher Report writer Andrew Bailey. The trade, in short, is Simmons for CJ McCollum, Anfernee Simons, and the Blazers’ 2021 first round pick. Bailey lays out the […]Read more "Sixers Rumor: Does a Simmons for McCollum trade make sense?"
“Who’s going to stop them?” Right? Wasn’t that everyone’s expectations heading into the 2019-2020 season? Boasting a brand new (and incredibly tall) starting five, the Sixers looked like the team to beat in the Eastern Conference. After stampeding past the Celtics on Opening Night, it seemed like everything was going according to plan. Fast forward […]Read more "The four Sixers most likely to be traded this offseason"
Those pesky Buddy Hield-Sixers rumors just won’t seem to go away will they? With the entire world sitting at home for the moment, the Sacramento Kings shooting guard took to Instagram to express his current thought *process*… While you may be quick to write this off ast Hield talking about weathering the current storm we’re […]Read more "Sixers: Exploring the realism of a Buddy Hield trade"
With the 2020 NBA trade deadline now coming to a close, the Sixers will have to round out the rest of their roster by releasing some of their current players. While more moves may be coming in the near future, as of right now Trey Burke is the only victim of a release. Trey Burke […]Read more "Instant analysis: Sixers waive Trey Burke"