With news breaking earlier this week that Brett Brown had been running Shake Milton at the point guard position during team practices, it didn’t take long for fans to put two and two together regarding what that meant for Al Horford. Less than a year after signing a massive $109 million contract with the Philadelphia […]Read more "Al Horford and Josh Richardson could be vital to Sixers’ playoff hopes"
When Al Horford signed his 4-year max contract over the offseason, it came with high expectations. While it is no secret that Horford’s fit in Philly has not been ideal, the slate is clean as the season is set to resume. As was experimented with before the shutdown, Horford is expected to come off the […]Read more "Al Horford has a chance to shine for the Sixers in a new role"
Just over eight months ago, I wrote up a piece highlighting some “way too early Sixers team awards”. I had the usual ones, Embiid for team MVP, Simmons for best defender, etc. However, towards the end of the article I included a “deserves more minutes” award, and I handed it to then G-League standout Shake […]Read more "The Sixers may have finally found a point guard to hang their hat on"
Heading into the 2019-20 NBA season there was plenty of talk about the Philadelphia 76ers potentially competing for the #1 seed in the Eastern Conference. The team was coming off a seven-game series with the world champion Toronto Raptors, they had spent big in free agency, and Brett Brown was making some brash preseason statements. […]Read more "The stars have aligned for Sixers to claim the 4th seed"
While meeting with the Philadelphia media via a Zoom conference call, Joel Embiid expressed some serious reservations surrounding the NBA’s scheduled Orlando restart. Primarily focusing on just general health and safety concerns, the 3x All-Star center didn’t mince his words: “I hated the idea. I feel like with everything that’s been going on, it’s unfortunate […]Read more "Joel Embiid is not a fan of the NBA’s Orlando bubble"
Without much cap space for free agency this offseason, it will be very important for the Sixers to find a key player in the upcoming draft. While the remainder of the season needs to be played out to fully decide what spot in the draft they will end up at, they are expected to land […]Read more "Could Aaron Nesmith be the Sixers’ potential missing piece"
It’s no secret that the Philadelphia 76ers benefit from their home court. In fact, it got so bad this past season that it was almost comical at times. The Sixers were a league best 29-2 at home, and a disastrous 10-24 on the road. Countless jokes have been made around the concept that the Sixers […]Read more "Sixers looking to their bench to provide home court energy"
As the NBA comes closer to a return we will see the final push for the end of season awards occur as well. It is uncertain how much weight the remaining games in Orlando will carry toward the decisions, but all players will be looking to kick off the rust and play their best as […]Read more "Ben Simmons should be a contender for NBA’s DPOY award"
Philadelphia 76ers’ head coach Brett Brown met with the media on Wednesday morning and gave a little bit of insight into how the Sixers’ rotation will be looking down in Orlando. The Al Horford debate has been one of hot discussion this season, with a majority of individuals agreeing that the entire signing has been […]Read more "Brett Brown alludes to Al Horford coming off the bench in NBA playoffs"
The Sixers made an addition to their roster last Friday in the way of sharp-shooter Ryan Broekhoff. The former Dallas Maverick will join the Sixers as they aim to make their playoff push but could he stick around longer than this season? Broekhoff 101 You may be unfamiliar with the near 30-year-old Australian, so here’s […]Read more "Could Ryan Broekhoff factor into Sixers’ long-term plans?"