Thanksgiving is a time for reflecting on what you are truly thankful for and appreciating what we have. This past year was one of the most chaotic and challenging for people all over the globe. Life as we knew it was changed dramatically as COVID-19 turned things upside down from what we had previously known […]Read more "Five Things Sixers fans should be thankful for this year"
The Sixers have added some extra guard depth for camp. With everyone’s attention glued in on some Thanksgiving Day football, Sixers president Daryl Morey was working the phones, looking to add to his ever-growing roster. As reported by ESPN.com’s Adrian Wojnarowski, the Sixers have signed 25-year-old guard Derrick Walton Jr. to a one-year deal. The […]Read more "What signing Derrick Walton Jr. means for the Sixers"
The release of Norvel Pelle could signal some creative lineups for the Sixers in 2021. According to Keith Pompey of the Philadelphia Inquirer, the Philadelphia 76ers have officially waved backup center Norvel Pelle. The move frees up an additional $1.5 million for Daryl Morey to play with this offseason, but does create a glaring hole […]Read more "Release of Norvel Pelle opens up the door for creativity at backup center"
Vince Rozman, the Philadelphia 76ers Vice President of Scouting, met with the media this morning to answer some questions regarding the upcoming NBA draft. He obviously didn’t reveal too much information, but he did provide a glimpse into how the Sixers are preparing for the much-anticipated draft on Wednesday. Here are my five biggest takeaways […]Read more "5 things we learned about the Sixers in Vince Rozman’s press conference"
There are not a lot of good things that can be said about Al Horford and his year with the Sixers last season. He shot a career-low shooting percentage, career-high 3-pointers attempted, and at 34 years old is not getting any younger. Perhaps worst of all, Horford carries with him a remaining 3 years and […]Read more "There may be a silver lining to the Sixers being stuck with Al Horford"
Former Sixer Jrue Holiday is officially on the trade block. Earlier today, the Athletic’s Shams Charania broke the news that Holiday is not only available, but the market for Holiday is hot. Almost simultaneously, the city of Philadelphia erupted, requesting new President of Basketball Operations Daryl Morey to make a Jrue Holiday trade his first […]Read more "Three Trade Ideas For A Jrue Holiday/Sixers Reunion"
Shake Milton made a name for himself last season after injuries to key players propelled him from a seat on the bench to a spot in the rotation. Milton was told by former Sixers coach Brett Brown that he probably wouldn’t be a part of the mix when the season started. Milton then suddenly found […]Read more "Shake Milton could take the next step in his development under Doc Rivers"
The Sixers continue to make moves this offseason and finally seem to have the team’s future in mind. Recently, the Sixers have boasted a front office that can only be described as more than dysfunctional. This has been the case since the league murdered Sam Hinkie in what can only be described as a witch […]Read more "Sixers Will Hire Daryl Morey To Oversee Basketball Operations"
The Sixers have a bevy of picks in the upcoming NBA draft. There are many needs and there are also roles for the players who will be selected. One of the players to keep an eye on for the Sixers is Philly native, Lamar Stevens. A senior this past season for the Penn State Nittany […]Read more "Prospect interview: Why Lamar Stevens is a perfect fit for the Sixers"
There’s no rush for the Sixers to hire their next HC. In a report delivered by 94 WIP’s Jon Johnson, it was revealed that the Sixers were “close” to a deal with Tyronn Lue to become their next head coach. While this announcement was somewhat backtracked on, it does seem like this is the route […]Read more "Sixers: Prematurely hiring Tyronn Lue would be a silly mistake"