The Sixers would be wise to value depth over star power this offseason. The Philadelphia 76ers haven’t made a single change to their front office/coaching department outside of firing Brett Brown, and yet they’re already being attached to blockbuster trades left and right. Jrue Holiday, Lou Williams, Buddy Hield, Terry Rozier, etc. have all been […]Read more "Sixers need to pump the brakes on a blockbuster trade"
As the Sixers continue to flip through resumes for who will be chosen as the next head coach, Mike D’Antoni should be a name that the team stays away from. Yes, D’Antoni has one of the brightest offensive minds in the NBA. Yes, he has his fingerprints all over the modern game and its emphasis […]Read more "Why the Sixers should stay well away from Mike D’Antoni"
Ben Simmons has been named to the All-NBA third team. The Philadelphia 76ers superstar point guard continues to stack up the awards this offseason, as he was just officially named to the All-NBA Third Team, his second national accolade over the last few days. Ben Simmons was first named to the league’s All-Defensive First Team, […]Read more "Ben Simmons finally gets deserved respect with All-NBA Third Team nod"
While essentially every Philadelphia 76ers fan in the world was on board with the team firing Brett Brown (except for me of course), the team was left in a pretty directionless path once that decision was finally made. The leading candidate was Tyronn Lue (who was reportedly demanding insane amounts of salary), and other options […]Read more "Billy Donovan needs to be the Sixers #1 coaching target"
When the Sixers’ football counterpart, the Philadelphia Eagles, finally acquired wide receiver Terrell Owens during the 2004 offseason, Philly fans were beyond ecstatic. The team had their franchise QB in Donovan McNabb, their beloved head coach in Andy Reid, and they felt all they were truly missing was that elite playmaker on the outside. We […]Read more "Jimmy Butler has painfully become the Sixers’ version Of Terrell Owens"
Brett Brown is simply the not the Sixers biggest problem. The Sixers were obviously unsuccessful during their first two games against the Boston Celtics, and the cries for Brett Brown to be fired reached an all-time high following the back-to-back losses. He was criticized for the starting lineups he picked, the offense he ran, the […]Read more "Brett Brown is being made into a scapegoat, and the Sixers will regret it"
After nearly five months of not having a meaningful game, the Sixers have reminded their fans of just how up and down they can be. After Brett Brown and his team allowed TJ Warren to drop 53 points in a loss against Indiana, they did bounce back. To follow up that painful game, the Sixers rebounded with back […]Read more "Sixers aim to take down the reigning champion Raptors"
After nearly five months of not having a meaningful game, the Sixers have reminded their fans of just how up and down they can be. After Brett Brown and his team allowed TJ Warren to drop 53 points in a loss against Indiana, they did bounce back. To follow up that painful game, the Sixers […]Read more "76ers look to avoid trap game against Magic"
Actual NBA basketball is back, ladies and gentlemen. After nearly five months of not having a meaningful game, the Sixers will take the court in Orlando’s bubble to kick off their last eight regular-season games. Both the Sixers and Pacers have officially clinched playoff spots, so these games will solely be for seeding. The Philadelphia […]Read more "The Tip-Off: Sixers kick off their return against Pacers"
Ah, sports are back in the air. As the real stuff may still be a week away, we got just a glimpse of what we can expect from the Sixers heading back into the season. Friday afternoon, the Sixers and Grizzlies squared off in a matinee matchup. The Sixers came out on top, defeating the […]Read more "What we learned in the Sixers’ first exhibition game"