After a heartbreaking end to a playoff run that fans felt was destined to be the one that ended the NBA Finals drought, the Sixers find themselves entering the offseason at a crossroads. All signs point towards a potential trade involving Ben Simmons, but Daryl Morey has a lot of thinking to do. The big […]Read more "Sixers draft plans could center around the future of Ben Simmons"
Ben Simmons has decided against playing for the Australian Men’s National basket team. Will that decision help or hurt his game? As the Australian Boomers prepare for a promising Olympic Games in Tokyo this coming week, one notable Australian NBA player will not be fighting for the gold. That being, the Philadelphia 76ers own Ben […]Read more "Why Ben Simmons Sitting Out of Olympics Will Only Hurt His Game"
With the 2018 Winter Olympics right around the corner, it would be ideal to know if professional hockey players are going to represent their respective countries at the winter games in South Korea. The Commissioner of Hockey, Gary Bettman seems to be opposed with the idea of using professional hockey players at the Winter Olympics. […]Read more "“To be or not to be”: Flyers Voracek at his boiling point for Olympic participation"
The NHL is in quite a predicament right now. The game is soaring and attendance for games are at an all time high. The one big circumstance that could hold up all future negotiations in regards to the collective bargaining agreement is Olympic participation. The 1984 Winter Olympic games was the last time amateurs were […]Read more "A tough decision looms for the NHL, but for Flyers players it’s a no-brainer"
Last night, two Sixers teammates made their presence known at the Olympic games. There’s been plenty of excitement surrounding the former 2014 first-round pick Dario Saric and experienced Point Guard Sergio Rodriguez..but last night they were on opposing teams in a thrilling contest. Croatia eventually went on to upset Spain, winning 72-70. But how did the Sixers […]Read more "Grading the Olympic performances of Dario Saric and Sergio Rodriguez: Game one"