The Sixers faced Luka Dončić and the Dallas Mavericks in their final scrimmage game Tuesday night and it was a barn-burner. The two teams faced off with the intensity NBA fans have been waiting six months for in what was a fitting finale to the NBA 2020 scrimmages. Sixers Scrimmage Recap First Half Before the […]Read more "Three Takeaways from Sixers’ OT Scrimmage Finale"
The Sixers are preparing for the third of three scrimmage games before the NBA regular season resumes. After comfortably overcoming the Memphis Grizzlies in their first game, the Sixers allowed the Thunder to storm back against them Sunday afternoon. While both games were only scrimmages it’s still disappointing that in both games the bench lost […]Read more "Three Things to Watch in Sixers’ Scrimmage Finale"
One of the most electrifying players from the “Process” has announced his return to the NBA. Tony Wroten was one of the Sixers’ top guards from 2013-2015. Many forget, but Tony Wroten actually coined the phrase “Trust the Process” in an interview with ESPN’s Pablo Torres. Originally a first-round pick of the Memphis Grizzlies, Wroten […]Read more "Sixers’ Process Product Tony Wroten Announces His NBA Return"
With the NBA season returning, the teams involved will be focused not only on the last eight regular season games, but the playoffs to follow. The Sixers, who are currently the sixth seed in the East, will have the chance to rise as high as the third seed. Now that the season will be finishing […]Read more "Ranking Sixers’ Ideal First Round Match-ups"
The NBA is back and the Sixers’ stars are ready. Earlier this week both Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid came forward letting everyone know what they’re up to. Both stars have been grinding in the gym in preparation for the return of the season. Ben Simmons showed off the fruits of his workouts on Twitter […]Read more "Simmons and Embiid put NBA on Notice with Latest Workouts"
Just a few games into this year’s NBA season and it seemed like Elton Brand and the Sixers had finally pulled all the right strings in building a championship contender. Facing off against his former team on November 23, newly acquired Josh Richardson poured in a season-high 32 points during a blowout win against Jimmy […]Read more "What does the future hold for Josh Richardson and the Sixers?"
The NBA seems to have decided on a date to resume its season. According to Shams Charania of the Athletic, NBA commissioner Adam Silver has informed the Board of Governors that the target date for the NBA’s return is July 31st. The NBA was actually the first of the major sports league to suspend their […]Read more "Instant analysis: NBA to Target July 31 as Return Date"
The end to the 2020 NBA season will be unorthodox to say the least, the season might not even end until sometime around Labor Day. The Sixers will still have an opportunity to pursue a playoff push and hopefully they go far, but they have some obvious holes that will need to be addressed before […]Read more "Five Players the Sixers Should Consider Bringing Back"
There are some things in Philadelphia that are extremely popular and for good reason too. To name a few: cheesesteaks, water ice, the Eagles, oh and Al Horford trade ideas. In the third part of our new series “Counteroffer” we’ll be looking at yet another Al Hoford trade scenario. In our first piece, we took […]Read more "Counteroffer: Al Horford for Blake Griffin?"
The Sixers are unlikely to stand pat after this season baring a miraculous trip to the NBA Finals. If and when they decide to shake up the roster, it will likely be a little more than a tune-up. In our series “Counteroffer” we’ve been looking at some of the recent trade rumors surrounding the Sixers, […]Read more "Counteroffer: Exploring a Sixers trade to bring Kyle Lowry Home"