With the NBA season suspended, there are plenty of trade rumors, scenarios, & ideas going around to pass the time. Some seem to hold water while others might be a bit more questionable. In our new series, “Counteroffer,” we’ll take a look at some recent Sixers trade rumors, analyze them, and present a counter offer […]Read more "Counteroffer: Al Horford to Houston?"
The Sixers are moving in the wrong direction. They are the sixth seed in the East and things aren’t looking sunny. The team needs to take a long hard look at themselves to see where the answer lies. Al Horford has been publicly vocal about the Sixers’ locker room, Joel Embiid is saying the roster […]Read more "Sixers deadline watch: Three potential trade scenarios involving Tobias Harris"
The Sixers are in the market for change. What that looks like is to be determined but one thing that everyone knows is that the Sixers need shooting. Sixers General Manager Elton Brand has a lot on his plate this deadline as many are questioning his signings after they’ve failed to pan out this season. […]Read more "Should the Sixers trade for Davis Bertans?"
It’s trade deadline week and the Sixers should be active players in trade discussions. One player the Sixers are rumored to be interested is Minnesota Timberwolves Small Forward Robert Covington. You may remember that Covington was a key member of the Sixers ‘process’ era. A reunion between the Sixers and Covington is certainly exciting but […]Read more "Does a Robert Covington reunion make sense for the Sixers?"
The 76ers have now fallen to 11-6 on the year, firmly placing themselves at the “5th seed”. For a team that has championship aspirations, this is obviously not where people expected them to be. Although early in the season, the secret is seemingly out. This Philadelphia 76ers team is flawed. While we could sit here […]Read more "Early Trade Targets for the 76ers"
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"
The Sixers finally look ready to attack the upcoming NBA season. From the drafting of Ben Simmons to the long awaited arrival of Dario Saric, it’s a new era in Philadelphia. But there are still some questions over how the starting five is going to look come opening night. Projected Starting Lineup: PG Ben Simmons […]Read more "Trading for Zach LaVine could be the final piece of the Sixers starting lineup puzzle"
Our third article taking a look into the Sixers Point Guard Predicament turns our attention to Tony Wroten. After starting 2014 very hot indeed before the return of Michael Carter-Williams, which saw his minutes and form decline. Then he suffered a season ending ACL injury. But now with MCW out of the equation, is this […]Read more "SIXERS POINT GUARD PREDICAMENT: Tony Wroten"
The Sixers are at it again, trading Jason Thompson to Golden State in exchange for 33 year old veteran Gerald Wallace. But that’s not all.. Why would the Sixers trade for a a 14-year veteran? Well, when that trade comes with some cash AND draft considerations..it’s easier to see why. Hinkie adds an NBA vet who […]Read more "Gerald Wallace signs with Sixers in exchange for Jason Thompson"
As trade rumours fly around the MLB regarding Cole Hamels and the Phils, in the NBA it’s a different story. As Free Agency heads to a close, the Sixers are $21 million under the salary cap..but there’s still some “heat” flying around.. The Hinkie long term plan braces fans for a few more seasons of small […]Read more "Could Mario Chalmers be heading to the Sixers?"