With the hours ticking until the Sixers leave for Orlando, Joel Embiid spoke with the media via Zoom about his expectations of the restart. While he shared his doubts about the logistics of the concept of the bubble, one thing has also been made clear- Joel Embiid is ready to go. Questions have surrounded the […]Read more "Sixers’ Joel Embiid has a chip on his shoulder ahead of NBA playoffs"
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"
We are at a time in our nation where we carefully watch the recovery from a global pandemic. As sports attempt to make their return with set protocols to ensure that everyone is safe, a new dawn of Basketball was kickstarted this past weekend. On July 4th, one of the summer basketball events got going […]Read more "Former Sixers’ guard Khalif Wyatt shines in ‘TBT’ tournament"
The NBA’s scheduled Orlando restart is less than a month away, so obviously, a majority of the basketball community’s attention is on that. However, the 2020 draft has still yet to take place, and the Sixers are in a financial situation where a “good draft” is pretty much a must-have this summer. While flashy names […]Read more "Could drafting Kira Lewis Jr solve the Sixers’ backup PG problem?"
“I think the opportunity in the end was too hard to pass up…I still feel like I’m on the cusp of finding somewhere steady in the NBA & hopefully that will be Philly.” -Ryan Broekhoff on signing with the Philadelphia 76ers (quote from Serena Winters). The Sixers were quick to add a free agent to […]Read more "New addition Ryan Broekhoff likely won’t see many minutes with the Sixers"
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"
Well, we’re here. After a rollercoaster ride of drafted talent, it’s time to rank the top 5 draft picks since 2000. In case you’ve missed any of the list so far, don’t worry, we have you covered! #5. Jrue Holiday At just 19 years old, Jrue Holiday was selected with the 17th overall pick in […]Read more "Ranking the Sixers best draft picks since 2000: #5-1"