The NBA released its preseason schedule today ahead of the upcoming season that’s set for tip off on Tuesday December 22nd. While the different-looking season will feature 72 games for each team, the preseason will only have a minimum of two and a maximum of four. The Sixers will play in a pair of preseason […]Read more "Sixers to face Celtics and Pacers in a pair of presason games"
This offseason has been an incredibly exciting, fruitful one for the Sixers thus far. After being plagued by mismanagement of talent and resources the last few years, the Sixers brought in future Hall of Fame coach Doc Rivers and 2018 NBA Executive of the Year Daryl Morey this winter, further cementing the franchise’s championship aspirations […]Read more "Why the Sixers probably can’t swing a trade for Zach LaVine anymore"
Thanksgiving is a time for reflecting on what you are truly thankful for and appreciating what we have. This past year was one of the most chaotic and challenging for people all over the globe. Life as we knew it was changed dramatically as COVID-19 turned things upside down from what we had previously known […]Read more "Five Things Sixers fans should be thankful for this year"
The months leading up to the 2017 draft were some of the most exciting in modern Sixers history. It appeared as if the dark days of ‘The Process’ were finally coming to an end as the team looked to flip the switch into win-now mode. Joel Embiid had just come off of a rookie season […]Read more "Markelle Fultz has become the Sixers’ biggest ‘What-if’"
The date was May 26th, 2012 and the Philadelphia 76ers were poised for a monumental game seven with the Boston Celtics. After pulling off the unthinkable in the first-round, knocking off the #1 seed Chicago Bulls, this gutsy Sixers squad had somehow managed to take the Celtics to a full seven game series The final […]Read more "Sixers: What set “The Process” in motion?"
Christian Wood had one of the strangest starts to his basketball career. Despite being a projected late first-round draft pick, the 6’ 10” forward slipped completely out of the 2015 NBA draft. After participating in the Summer League with the Houston Rockets, Wood was signed to the 76ers in late September. Then, things got a […]Read more "Rewinding the Process: Christian Wood’s strange path to NBA success"
One of the more ironically “iconic” players from the Sixers hardcore tanking days, Tony Wroten truly embodied what it meant to be a member of “The Process”. A failed first-round draft pick for the Memphis Grizzlies, Wroten found a home with the 76ers for a few years. A First-team All-Pac-12 player coming out of college, […]Read more "Rewinding the process: Tony Wroten’s historic days as a Sixer"
Trust the Process. The phrase is such a part of the Philadelphia sports scene that it’s nearly blasphemous to denounce it. The battle cry of a fan base eager to return to playoff contention softened the blow of the intentional losses, if only a little. The losses resulted in terrible, painful-to-watch seasons but top draft […]Read more "NBA Lottery reform could actually benefit the Sixers"
By now, the Sam Hinkie saga is one of the most documented NBA narratives in recent years. A narrative in which a general manager hired in 2013 intentionally nose dived a franchise into the depths of the NBA Oceans, in the hope that one day, they may just find the star that they lack. In […]Read more "“Trust the Process” is more than just a slogan for Sixers fans, it’s a way of life"
The Sixers’ season ended last Wednesday in fitting fashion. Time expired as an errant Nik Stauskas shot failed to hit the mark, sealing the necessary loss against the dysfunctional New York Knicks. The Sixers showed indomitable heart in a game that was a snapshot of the whole season. They played well enough to win – […]Read more "Grading the Sixers 2016-2017 season: Point Guard Edition"