After back-to-back victories over the Heat, the Sixers return to the court to take on the Memphis Grizzlies for the first time this season. The Grizzlies have had a disappointing start to the season sitting at 10th in the Western Conference with a record of 5-6. The Grizzlies play a much slower pace than the […]Read more "Sixers, Without Embiid, Look To Continue Their Win Streak vs. Grizzlies"
The Sixers are back at it again tonight in the second of two games against the Miami Heat. According to the initial NBA Injury Report, the Sixers had four names upgraded to probable ahead of tonight’s game. Tobias Harris, Shake Milton, Matisse Thybulle, and Terrence Ferguson were all listed as probable and even if only […]Read more "Have the stars aligned for the Sixers to beat the Heat again?"
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"
In a new article series at Philly Sports Network, the guys over at Spreadin’ The Love are teaming up with some of our Philadelphia 76ers’ writers to bring you the best bets of the week. In their first two weeks of regular-season action, the Sixers literally showed their highs, mediums, and lows. Sure, there was […]Read more "Sixers’ Week Ahead: Best bets for this week of action"
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"
In a new article series at Philly Sports Network, the guys over at Spreadin’ The Love are teaming up with some of our Philadelphia 76ers’ writers to bring you the best bets of the week. In their first week of regular-season action, the Sixers literally showed their highs, mediums, and lows. Sure, there was going […]Read more "Sixers’ Week Ahead: Best Bets for this week of action"