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"
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?"
When Kyle O’Quinn signed his contract for a veteran’s minimum $2.1 million this offseason, it did not come with high expectations. The 29-year-old journeyman has never averaged more than 7.1 points per game nor has he started more than a handful of games. This year, O’Quinn averaged 10.6 minutes per game totaling 3.3 points, 3.9 […]Read more "The Curious Case of Kyle O’Quinn and an expanded playoff role"
After nearly five months of not having a meaningful game, the Sixers have reminded their fans of just how up and down they can be. After Brett Brown and his team allowed TJ Warren to drop 53 points in a loss against Indiana, they did bounce back. To follow up that painful game, the Sixers rebounded with back […]Read more "Sixers aim to take down the reigning champion Raptors"
When Elton Brand made Al Horford one of the highest-paid Sixers of all time this past offseason, it was met with quite a bit of head-scratching and confusion. After 60+ plus games of lackluster performances and multiple trips to the bench, it’s looking like that $109 million contract may finally become of use. The Sixers […]Read more "Al Horford has to step up for Sixers during Joel Embiid’s absence"
When it was announced that Ben Simmons had partially dislocated his kneecap, a lot of people were quick to write off the Philadelphia 76ers season as a complete bust. Simmons had unequivocally been the Sixers best overall player throughout the regular season, and losing him for any extended period of time is a crushing blow […]Read more "Replacing Simmons is impossible, but Alec Burks is going to try"
After nearly five months of not having a meaningful game, the Sixers have reminded their fans of just how up and down they can be. After Brett Brown and his team allowed TJ Warren to drop 53 points in a loss against Indiana, they did bounce back. To follow up that painful game, the Sixers […]Read more "76ers look to avoid trap game against Magic"
During the Philadelphia 76ers win over the Washington Wizards on Wednesday night, starting guard/forward Ben Simmons left the game relatively early due to what looked like a knee injury. With speculation swirling all over social media regarding what the injury could be, we received some clarification from ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. “Subluxation of the left knee […]Read more "Instant analysis: Ben Simmons out for the foreseeable future with knee injury"
After months of being hyped up as the Philadelphia 76ers long sought after “savior”, Shake Milton saw his first time starting in the new-look Sixers lineup met with a resounding thud. He scored zero points, recorded five personal fouls, and only shot the ball once. Shake was also involved in a quite public sideline spat […]Read more "The legend of Shake Milton continues to grow"