The Celtics were predictably no match for Joel Embiid and the Sixers as the big man dominated en route to a 50 point outburst. What started as a tightly contested game quickly moved in the Sixers’ favor as a combination of turnovers and foul trouble plagued the Celtics. Joel Embiid led the effort forcing many […]Read more "Sixers Crush the Celtics Thanks to Embiid’s Massive Performance"
The Sixers are now closing in on the halfway point of the season and they should be looking to solidify their roster for postseason success. Sitting atop the Eastern Conference and still undefeated with their starting lineup, the Sixers should feel very good about how the roster has shaped out so far. However, the team […]Read more "Sixers should target these four stretch big men ahead of trade deadline"
Joel Embiid continued his push for MVP as the Sixers sweep the Celtics in their first two meetings of the season. Ah, Sixers’ basketball is fun again. In the latter half of the NBA’s new style of a “home and home,” the Sixers sent the Celtics out of Philly with their second consecutive win against […]Read more "Embiid Shines Again as Sixers Stave Off Brown’s Career Night"
Yet another MVP night for the Sixers big man. Following a frustrating loss at the hands of Ja Morant and the Memphis Grizzlies, the Sixers bounced back in a big way by knocking off their longtime division rival; the Boston Celtics. While granted the C’s were without their superstar forward Jayson Tatum, it was a […]Read more "Stunning performance from Embiid helps Sixers neutralize Celtics"
When the Sixers traded Al Horford to the Oklahoma City Thunder, Daryl Morey and the team created an $8.2 million dollar trade exception. After building a pretty nice roster around stars Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons, Morey has one more ace in his back pocket that he can use to bring in a number of […]Read more "Sixers trade exception: 5 trade targets the team should pursue"
After back to back preseason wins for the Philadelphia 76ers, the Sixers showed us a glimpse of their potential. Nearly from top to bottom, this team is revamped. Last Tuesday, Shake Milton stole the show as the Sixers cruised past the Boston Celtics. On Friday night, the Sixers, led by Milton and Dwight Howard, overcame […]Read more "Three things we learned about the Sixers in preseason"
Tuesday night saw Sixers basketball return as they took on their arch-rivals, the Boston Celtics, in their first pre-season game. The game marked the start of a new era in Philly as head coach Doc Rivers took charge of the team for the first time, with a roster that new front office hire, Daryl Morey, […]Read more "Sixers sent a warning sign to the rest of the NBA in preseason opener"
The first dress rehearsal is officially in the books as the Sixers defeated the Celtics 108-99 last night. There seemed to be a sense of relief in the locker room after the team had its first look in true action. They will be back on the court on Friday in a matchup against the Pacers, […]Read more "Everything we learned in the Sixers post-game press conferences"
Tyrese Maxey had a near-perfect Sixers debut. Heading into the NBA draft, Sixers fans hadn’t dedicated much time to imagining Kentucky guard Tyrese Maxey playing in Philadelphia. The standout freshman was universally projected to be a lottery pick, and the likelihood of him slipping all the way down to pick #21 (where the Sixers picked […]Read more "Tyrese Maxey’s NBA debut was full of electricity"
Brett Brown is simply the not the Sixers biggest problem. The Sixers were obviously unsuccessful during their first two games against the Boston Celtics, and the cries for Brett Brown to be fired reached an all-time high following the back-to-back losses. He was criticized for the starting lineups he picked, the offense he ran, the […]Read more "Brett Brown is being made into a scapegoat, and the Sixers will regret it"