Joel Embiid put on yet another MVP performance in Sixers win over Miami. With both rosters seriously depleted due to the NBA’s health and safety regulations, the Sixers and Heat squared off against each other on Tuesday in a game that somewhat resembled a preseason shoot around at times. The Sixers were without key players […]Read more "Three things we learned about the Sixers in thrilling OT win against Miami"
The Sixers have lost three games in a row and they’re still suffering from a rash of missing players due to the recent COVID-19 outbreak. In the Miami Heat, the Sixers face a team dealing with as severe a case as Philly. The situation has been so bad in Miami that their recent game against […]Read more "Can The Sixers “Get Right” Against The Miami Heat?"
The Washington Wizards are becoming more and more desperate as time goes by. With a current 3-8 record, the team is facing a crucial juncture. The crux of which is the decision on whether or not they should trade star Bradley Beal. The two-time all-star has voiced on many occasions that he would like to […]Read more "Rumor: Are The Sixers Looking To Set Bradley Beal Free?"
With several key Sixers players still out due to Seth Curry’s positive Covid test and the contact tracing protocols that go along with it, the Hawks proved to be too much for the shorthanded squad. The Sixers suited up 9 players in a game that had more of a preseason vibe than a regular-season clash. […]Read more "Game recap: Shorthanded Sixers fall to high-flying Hawks"
Despite the Sixers only having six players not listed as questionable or out, they will attempt to take on the Denver Nuggets Saturday afternoon. To begin, let’s just address the Sixers’ elephant in the room. Thursday night, the Sixers’ put on a lackluster performance against the shorthanded Brooklyn Nets. Right before the game, new Sixer […]Read more "The Tip-Off: Shorthanded Sixers Look to Squeeze Past the Nuggets"
Despite the sloppy start to the game in which it took nearly 8 minutes of play for either team to crack 10 points, the Sixers eventually found their footing. Once the team settled in, it was more of the same for the Sixers. The spacing was good. The passing was crisp. The shots fell. The […]Read more "Game Recap: No Need for Embiid as Sixers Squash Hornets"
The Sixers face off once again against LaMelo Ball and the Charlotte Hornets tonight. This is the second game of a two-game home and home in which both games are played in Philadelphia. Tobias Harris and the Sixers smoked the Hornets in a 127-112 runaway victory. Harris finished with a team-high 24 points and nine […]Read more "Sixers Look To Sweep Two-Game Series Against Hornets"
The Sixers needed a bounce-back game after their shocking loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers. Thankfully, Joel Embiid returned and provided the spark necessary to breathe life into the team. A History Of Losing History has been on Toronto’s side as of late. The Sixers have struggled mightily against the Raptors in recent years failing to […]Read more "Embiid Carries Sixers In Thrilling Win Over The Raptors"
According to Keith Pompey of the Philadelphia Inquirer, former Sixers first-rounder Furkan Korkmaz will be sidelined for roughly two weeks with a left adductor strain. This is a blow to the 23-year-old who posted 11 points in the season-opening win over Washington, nailing 3 of 5 three-point attempts. Since then, he’s been much colder. A […]Read more "Instant analysis: How the injury to Korkmaz impacts the Sixers"
During the Philadelphia 76ers win over the Washington Wizards on Wednesday night, starting guard/forward Ben Simmons left the game relatively early due to what looked like a knee injury. With speculation swirling all over social media regarding what the injury could be, we received some clarification from ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. “Subluxation of the left knee […]Read more "Instant analysis: Ben Simmons out for the foreseeable future with knee injury"