After a short week due to Thanksgiving, the Delaware Blue Coats took on four games in seven days. The Blue Coats made the most of it, as they would rattle off four straight en route to a total five-game win streak. Throughout the week, it was nice to see plenty of the Sixers getting in […]Read more "Week in Review: Delaware Blue Coats go streaking"
My father always had the same two sayings when watching the Sixers. He’d say “Basketball is a game of runs”, or “Remember, ebb and flow” (referring to the rhythmic back and forth nature of the game). Far too often, we are witnessing the Sixers fall victim to the “ebbs” of basketball or being on the […]Read more "Diagnosing the Sixers’ struggles: Joel Embiid"
With a perfect start at home this season, the Sixers have certainly impressed in front of the home crowd. That perfect streak has a chance to move to 10-0 tonight when the Utah Jazz come to town. The Sixers and Jazz have already met this season in a thrilling game that saw the Sixers fall […]Read more "Sixers aim to continue perfect home record vs Jazz"
Philadelphia. The greatest city on Earth has one word that can truly encompass the true meaning of it. That word is passion. Philadelphia fans are the most passionate fans on the planet. Ask anyone outside the fan base. They may say they hate them; they may say they think they’re “trash.” In the wise words […]Read more "Why Sixers’ Mike Scott may be the most “Philly” guy of our generation"
On Friday, the Sixers once again played down to their opponent and lost to the OKC Thunder. This team is thoroughly frustrating, they can’t seem to get out of their own way. The Stars haven’t progressed and the big-time additions (Tobias Harris) haven’t shown to be the best fit. The Sixers are currently 7-5 and […]Read more "Reeling Sixers hope to bounce back against Cavaliers"
The Sixers’ season is almost underway as the team prepares for their first game against the Boston Celtics. The final roster has been announced and there were not many surprises, though there was an unexpected announcement. Zhaire Smith will begin the season on the inactive list. What does that mean? According to the NBA’s Collective […]Read more "What Zhaire Smith being inactive for season opener means for the Sixers"
MVP: Joel Embiid This one should’ve been obvious enough. Since being drafted #3 overall back in 2014, it was pretty clear the 76ers had something special on their hands. In 2018, Embiid saw an increase in production at almost every level of the game. His scoring went up, his rebounding went up, his shot-blocking went […]Read more "Seven “Way too early” Sixers Team Awards"
What are the best bets of this upcoming season? What can we expect from the top teams this season? Here’s your all-access guide to understanding betting, and how it applies to this season. Sports betting, an idea that has drawn a lot of controversy over the years, is reaching its first season in Pennsylvania. For […]Read more "The 2019-2020 NBA Season: A Sixers’ Fan’s First-Time Betting Guide"
(Disclaimer: This is more of an opinion style piece. All hot takes belong to me and are definitely encouraged to be debated.) Matisse Thybulle That’s it. That’s the whole article. All jokes aside, in a game without Ben Simmons and Al Horford, the Sixers were still able to secure a captivating 106-86 win over the […]Read more "What we learned in Sixers’ preseason win over Pistons"
Since becoming the team’s Head Coach in 2013, Brett Brown has shown a tenacious focus on defense. Coming from the Greg Popovich coaching tree, it’s not surprising that Coach Brown understands the importance of defense. While the team hasn’t always been a defensive juggernaut, he continues to preach defensive effort relentlessly. Last year the Sixers […]Read more "The Sixers are looking to emerge as a defensive juggernaut in 2019-20"