The Sixers are currently sitting in first place in the Eastern Conference at 10-5. They’ve had some uneven games, and the COVID protocols have definitely affected the team as they’ve had to play undermanned a few times. All things considered, first place is a very good place to be in through the first quarter of […]Read more "Quarterly report card: Are the Sixers becoming a Beast in the East?"
After taking the league by storm last season, Shake Milton has grown into one of the most pleasant surprises in recent Sixers history. The former 54th overall pick has played just 71 total NBA games in his career, yet he has already established himself as a key part of the future of the team. Milton, […]Read more "Shake Milton continues to be an X-Factor for the Sixers"
Ben Simmons has been through some tough times in Philadelphia since he was drafted by the Sixers back in 2016. There’s been a lot of pressure from fans and NBA experts alike on Simmons to be the driving force of the team and the guy who takes them (alongside fellow star Joel Embiid) to glory. […]Read more "Ben Simmons faced with the most important stretch of his young career"
Turnovers have plagued the Sixers for what feels like an eternity. They’re like ‘sloppy joes’ when it comes to taking care of the ball. The only difference between them and ‘sloppy joes’ is that the Sixers tend to leave a bad taste in your mouth. The team’s ceiling is capped as long as turnovers remain […]Read more "Why are the Sixers still being haunted by turnovers?"
Morey’s Sixers party isn’t over yet The Sixers look to be in a pretty comfortable position but that doesn’t mean the team can’t improve. Thankfully, when Daryl Morey banished Al Horford Oklahoma City, he created an $8.2 million trade exception by doing so. Trade exceptions allow teams to trade for one or more players without trading any of their […]Read more "Five More Trade Exception Targets The Sixers Should Pursue"
According to Adrian Wojnarowski, the Sixers will be unable to play in tonight’s game against the Oklahoma City Thunder due to ongoing contact tracing. This is the first Sixers game to be postponed in light of contact tracing, despite the team being massively shorthanded after Seth Curry’s COVID-19 diagnosis left the team in a vulnerable […]Read more "Sixers vs Thunder postponed due to contact tracing results"
Typically, the conversations regarding Ben Simmons start and end with his lack of shooting. Rightly so, as a player with his talent level, you’d expect more from him. But, rarely does anyone give him credit for the other 90% of his game. His Sixers’ Journey When he came into the league, he was moved to […]Read more "Ben Simmons Is In the Perfect Position to Reach His Full Potential"
According to Adrian Wojnarowski, Sixers SG Seth Curry has tested positive for COVID-19. This comes just moments after the team fell to the Brooklyn Nets, a game in which Curry was in attendance. The newly-signed SG was listed as questionable for tonight’s game due to an ankle injury, therefore traveled with the team. He was […]Read more "Seth Curry tests positive for COVID-19 before Sixers’ loss to Brooklyn"
The 2020-21 NBA season is still young but the Sixers are making their presence known early. Between their early success and the struggles of Brooklyn and Milwaukee, are the Sixers the “top dogs” in the east? The season has been off to a weird start with teams like the Atlanta Hawks thrive while the Toronto […]Read more "Are The Sixers Top Dogs In The Eastern Conference?"
Seth Curry makes life easy for Embiid and Simmons. Following the Sixers’ 4-0 sweep at the hands of the Boston Celtics, one thing was very clear – the team desperately needed shooting. The Sixers lack of floor spacing was a problem all regular season long, and one that was only heightened during the postseason. Joel […]Read more "Seth Curry proving to be the Sixers’ floor-spacing antidote"