For every good decision one makes in life, there’s usually a corresponding bad decision that follows at some point in time. This is no different when it comes to sports. While there are plenty of well-respected front office executives around the NBA (Pat Riley, Bob Myers, etc), even they are not immune to the ever […]Read more "Ranking the top 5 worst contracts in Sixers history"
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"
Inspired by the wonderful piece that Ricky Amandeo (@Ricky_amandeo8) wrote on the Flyers, we’re taking a look at which former Sixers would fit in with today’s current team. Important to note, this is not just a list of the “best” all-time 76ers, it takes into account both ability and fit. For example, I’ve purposefully excluded […]Read more "Which former Sixers would fit in with today’s team?"
The NFL’s free agency window is still going strong, and the Philadelphia Eagles pulled off their first blockbuster trade of the period by acquiring CB Darius Slay Jr. from the Detroit Lions. Big time trades are fun. One team gets an established star to add to their roster, while the other can normally load up […]Read more "Ranking the top-5 Sixers trades of all time"
When it comes to Joel Embiid, he’s pretty much been labeled as the “savior” of the Philadelphia 76ers franchise. Taking the team from 10-72 all the way to back-to-back 50 win seasons, his impact on the organization has been borderline unmeasurable. The Sixers drafted Embiid with the third overall pick in the 2014 NBA draft. […]Read more "How the Sixers almost missed out on drafting Joel Embiid"