Sam Hinkie’s famous “Process” days with the Philadelphia 76ers involved a ton of roster turnover. Key role players were consistently traded away for draft picks, while the actual Sixers roster was made up of a mish-mash of undrafted free agents and rookies. Similar to that of Nerlens Noel (who was highlighted last week), forward Hollis […]Read more "Rewinding the process: Hollis Thompson’s up and down career"
On his latest podcast, former Sixer JJ Redick invited his ex-teammate Jimmy Butler to discuss a few topics. They started discussing the Miami’s Heat success but eventually moved on to the elephant in the room, the Philadelphia 76ers. What was Said? Redick and Butler both left during free agency this year as the Sixers opted […]Read more "Jimmy Butler & JJ Redick talk Sixers’ dysfunction in 2019"
A little bit before 2 PM ET, news broke from the Sixers organization regarding the health of their All-Star point guard: Ben Simmons. Needless to say, it wasn’t exactly what Philly fans wanted to hear. Simmons has already missed the last two and a half weeks with his nerve impingement, and this recent update doesn’t […]Read more "Ben Simmons to miss at least another 3 weeks with nerve injury"
The Sixers are finally returning to the Center after a disappointing road trip. It was not likely that the team would finish the trip above .500 but losing to the Warriors without Steph Curry really stung. The team now has a chance to bounce back as they begin a four-game homestand. First team up, the […]Read more "What to watch as Sixers return home with an aim to throttle the Pistons"
Despite getting beat by both the LA Clippers and the LA Lakers earlier in the week, the Sixers had an opportunity to end their west coast road trip on a slight high note. Facing the “tanking” Warriors, Philly could escape the stretch of road games going 2-2, without three of their starters. Alas, in typical […]Read more "Takeaways from Sixers’ embarrassing defeat against the Warriors"
The Bucks absolutely steamrolled the Sixers on Saturday night. Steamrolled. Despite all the hype and anticipation surrounding the match-up, the game turned out to be a good ol’ fashioned blowout, as Milwaukee won by a score of 119-98. Game Recap: Tale of Two Halves The Philadelphia 76ers were unquestionably playing some gross basketball to start […]Read more "Game recap: Sixers demolished by Bucks on national TV"
The Sixers are currently 34-21 sitting in the fifth seed in the Eastern Conference. The team has disappointed a bit but the East is much more difficult than it was last year. The team also has plenty of time to climb up the playoff seeding with 27 games left in the season. With the NBA […]Read more "The party isn’t over yet: Five thoughts on the Sixers’ season so far"
One of the best times of the year is finally rolling around. As the Sixers are enjoying their All-Star break, college basketball is still in full swing. March Madness, arguably the best tournament in all of sports, is around the corner. With the top 16 teams now selected, it’s time to direct our attention to […]Read more "A Sixers-centric guide to March Madness: Prospects to watch"
Ah, the ever-controversial starting point guard for the Philadelphia 76ers. Love him or hate him, Ben Simmons is now a 2x NBA All-Star. This marks just the fourth time in Sixers history where the team will send multiple players to the All-Star game. Simmons has been the victim of a majority of Sixers-related criticisms in […]Read more "NBA All-Star Feature: A closer look at Ben Simmons’ season so far"
It’s here, it’s finally here. The Los Angeles Clippers (37-16) make their first appearance in Philadelphia, as LA faces off with Philly (33-21) for the first time this season. Coverage will begin at 7:30 p.m. with tip-off scheduled for 8 p.m. on TNT. Radio coverage will be on 97.5 The Fanatic. Despite all the chaos […]Read more "The Tipoff: Sixers look to make a statement as they host Clippers"