Daryl Morey and the Sixers have brought back one of Joel Embiid’s favorite teammates. First reported by Paul Hudrick of 97.3 ESPN (and later confirmed by multiple other sources), the Sixers and Justin Anderson have agreed on a two-year contract. The deal is partially guaranteed for 2021 and non-guaranteed in 2022, meaning Anderson is likely […]Read more "Instant analysis: Sixers reunite with fan-favorite forward Justin Anderson"
The NBA released its preseason schedule today ahead of the upcoming season that’s set for tip off on Tuesday December 22nd. While the different-looking season will feature 72 games for each team, the preseason will only have a minimum of two and a maximum of four. The Sixers will play in a pair of preseason […]Read more "Sixers to face Celtics and Pacers in a pair of presason games"
This offseason has been an incredibly exciting, fruitful one for the Sixers thus far. After being plagued by mismanagement of talent and resources the last few years, the Sixers brought in future Hall of Fame coach Doc Rivers and 2018 NBA Executive of the Year Daryl Morey this winter, further cementing the franchise’s championship aspirations […]Read more "Why the Sixers probably can’t swing a trade for Zach LaVine anymore"
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"
Ryan Broekhoff will finally make his Sixers debut this season. Heading into the 2019-20 NBA playoffs, the Philadelphia 76ers made the move to add veteran guard/forward Ryan Broekhoff to the active roster. It made a ton of sense considering the team’s woeful floor spacing at the time, and there was some belief that Broekhoff could […]Read more "Sixers reunite with Ryan Broekhoff, add more shooting depth"
Daryl Morey and the Sixers continue to shake up the roster. Following Norvel Pelle’s surprise release last night, the Sixers have decided to part ways with yet another fan-favorite G-League star. With free agency just a few hours away at this point in time, multiple sources announced that two-way player Marial Shayok had seen his […]Read more "Sixers release Marial Shayok as they continue to prepare for free agency"
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"
Daryl Morey gave some insight into the Sixers following the 2020 NBA Draft. After a ridiculously busy couple of hours for the Sixers President of Basketball Operations, Daryl Morey took some time to meet with the media after the draft. Albeit he was over 30 minutes late to the Zoom call (he did apologize for […]Read more "5 things we learned from Daryl Morey’s post-draft press conference"
To cap off one of the best drafts in recent Sixers history, the team selected Isaiah Joe with one of their second-round picks. While the additions of Tyrese Maxey and Seth Curry are both worthy of being excited about, Daryl Morey found a way to add another sniper with the 49th overall pick who has […]Read more "Sixers Add Sharp-Shooter and Fulfill Isaiah Joe Promise"