Dwight Howard was an excellent signing this offseason. For just the cost of the veteran’s minimum ($2.56 million), the Sixers acquired an eight-time all-star and three-time DPOY who has completely resurrected his career as a backup big man. By all accounts, Howard has been a positive voice in the locker room and helped foster the […]Read more "Why Sixers cannot rely on Dwight Howard as their sole Big off the bench"
When it was announced that longtime head coach Doc Rivers was set to assume the same position with the Sixers, one of the many players thought to thrive in his system was Sixers’ forward Tobias Harris. Notably, Harris and Rivers were formerly acquainted from their stint together in LA as members of the Clippers organization. […]Read more "Tobias Harris is thriving under Doc Rivers just like fans hoped he would"
The beginning of the 76ers season was not far from ideal. Prior to January 7th, the Sixers were off to a 7-2 start and clicking on all cylinders. The new shooting additions were providing the exact spacing that the offense craved and Seth Curry was leading the charge in this area. Curry was averaging 17 […]Read more "76ers have no reason to panic about Seth Curry and his cooling form"
The Philadelphia 76ers cruised to a comfortable win against the Charlotte Hornets thanks to Joel Embiid‘s 34 point double-double. Embiid’s success is not overly surprising. The 26-year-old has now averaged 22 points and 12 rebounds per game over three games against Charlotte this year. The Sixers as a team are now on an impressive run against the Hornets, […]Read more "Philadelphia 76ers Have Room For Improvement After Win Over Hornets"
In the conclusion of our three-part trade series, I will explore a deal that would send a player to the Sixers who could fix a lot of their weaknesses. We have already explored low and mid-level trades in parts one and two and for the series finale, we’ll be targeting the big kahuna. Let’s get […]Read more "How the Sixers could land Kyle Lowry in a three-team blockbuster"
Sixers Head Coach Doc Rivers has been recognized for his piping hot start to the 2020-2021 NBA season, being named Eastern Conference Coach of the Month. This marks the 12th time that he’s won the award. That makes him puts him second to only legendary Gregg Popovich, who has won it 17 times. The Sixers […]Read more "Doc Rivers named Eastern Conference Coach of the Month"
When the ceiling of the Sixers is discussed, it feels as if the conversation always falls on the shoulders of Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons. However, as this team continues to form its identity, it is time for another guy to join the two Process-products as one of the faces of the organization. There should […]Read more "Has the rise of Tobias Harris kickstarted a new big-3 era in Philadelphia?"
The Philadelphia 76ers were riding high after back-to-back wins against the LA Lakers and the Minnesota Timberwolves. That was the case anyway until they went up against the Indiana Pacers without star Joel Embiid. Ben Simmons and Tobias Harris came out aggressive, but the rest of the team failed to follow. There just wasn’t much […]Read more "How Doc Rivers guided the 76ers to an impressive win over the Pacers"
After exploring three low-level trades that would help the Sixers make a deeper push into the playoffs, it’s now time to look at two trades that would bring in high-impact players. No more bargain bucket steals, it’s time to get juicy. Sixers find the perfect complement Philadelphia 76ers receive: Harrison Barnes Sacramento Kings receive: Danny […]Read more "Sixers should look into trading for these impact players"
The Sixers have had a terrific start to their season and currently sit on top of the eastern conference. However, there is always room for improvement. In this three-part series, I will explore a multitude of trades that range from quick fixes to deals that will bring you flashbacks of the teams’ star chasing days. […]Read more "Three bargain bucket trades that could improve the Sixers"