The Philadelphia 76ers wrapped up the first half of their season with a loss to the Indiana Pacers. It seems as if the team is underperforming beyond belief. It’s the third season since “The Process” has officially ended, and the Sixers have not gotten any better under Brett Brown. This season looks to be similar […]Read more "The good, bad, and ugly from opening half of the Sixers season"
Coming off a dismal road trip, the Sixers finally returned home Monday night. Despite Ben Simmons “nearly throwing up” after a gruesome injury to Joel Embiid, the Sixers finally looked back to form. They played as a unit as they edged out the Oklahoma City Thunder, 120-113. To follow that up, the Sixers dominated the […]Read more "The Tip-Off: Philadelphia Battles Indiana For Fifth Seed"
The Philadelphia 76ers have been playing well this season. It’s as simple as that. The Sixers have much more depth than they did last season. With the acquisitions of Josh Richardson, Al Horford, and Trey Burke, the squad seems to be forming nicely. Despite the constant rumblings of fans wanting to trade Ben Simmons or […]Read more "Will the Sixers’ streaky play affect their playoff push?"
The Sixers are struggling, not only on the court but in the locker room as well. Players are taking not-so-veiled shots at one another, tuning out the coach, and complaining about roles/accountability. Currently the fifth seed in the Eastern Conference, the Sixers are playing well beneath the expectation many felt before the start of the […]Read more "Who’s to blame for the Sixers’ off-court struggles?"
On December 7th, 2019, Sixers Head Coach Brett Brown made a public declaration about Ben Simmons. Brown said “This is what I want, I want a three-point shot a game, minimum”. Ever since that day, Ben Simmons has taken a total of ZERO shots from behind the arc. Either not hearing his Coach or tuning […]Read more "Brett Brown Takes the Blame for Simmons’ lack of three-point shooting"
The 2010s were a bit all over the place for the Sixers in terms of success. True the team did add superstars Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons and the Sixers have reached the second round the past two years, but it was far from all sunshine and roses. The Sixers experienced a lot of turmoil, […]Read more "Ranking the top five biggest mistakes the Sixers made this decade"
In my pregame review for this matchup, I mentioned how the Sixers were entering Indianapolis with “more questions than answers”. After yet another crushing defeat via the hands of an Eastern Conference foe, that list of questions appears to be growing even longer. The Philadelphia 76ers dropped their third straight game in a row, losing […]Read more "Sixers head into 2020 with another lowly loss"
The Sixers were home for Christmas and Joel Embiid & Co. gave fans an absolute gift by dominating the Milwaukee Bucks. On national TV, the Sixers proved that they’re NBA Finals contenders. Joel Embiid led this team to one of their best offensive performances against the NBA’s top defense. The team as a whole performed […]Read more "Sixers make a statement against Bucks and put the NBA on notice"
The Sixers are in the midst of a heated race for playoff position. Battling with the Celtics, Heat, and Raptors for the crucial second seed, the Sixers need to function as a unit to succeed. There is a lot of talent on this team but there are still plenty of issues facing this team: Joel […]Read more "Diagnosing the Sixers’ struggles: Tobias Harris"
After suffering their first loss at Wells Fargo Center on Wednesday to the Miami Heat, the Philadelphia 76ers (20-9) look to start a new home streak as they host the Dallas Mavericks (18-9) Friday night. Coverage will begin at 7:30 p.m. with tip-off scheduled for 8 p.m. on ESPN. Radio coverage will be on 97.5 […]Read more "It’s Dallas Week(end) as Philadelphia 76ers Host Dallas Mavericks"