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?"
Yesterday was the two year anniversary of the day Sixers Point Guard Ben Simmons was named the NBA’s Rookie of the Year. Simmons earned the honor over Utah Jazz phenom Donovan Mitchell in what was considered by some to be a controversial decision. Why was his victory so divisive among NBA fans and even players […]Read more "Revisiting Ben Simmons’ ROTY Victory"
“A quick update on Ben Simmons, he’s doing really really well…think he’ll be ready to play if and when we’re given that green light to resume” That was what Sixers’ general manager Elton Brand had to say regarding Ben Simmons’ health status during a conference call on May 5. Less than two months later, and […]Read more "Sixers: Ben Simmons to be on a minutes restriction?"
In an “advanced model simulation” run by a data scientist backed fantasy sports website, the Philadelphia 76ers were given little-to-no shot at winning this year’s NBA Finals. As of this past Thursday, the NBA season is set to return this summer. Targeting a return to play in late July, 22 NBA teams will first play […]Read more "Simulation gives Sixers little chance at winning NBA Finals"
On the 19-year anniversary of Allen Iverson’s iconic stepover on Tyronn Lue, I felt it was only right to take a minute to reflect on “The Answer’s” 2001 NBA Finals performance. While most people tend to focus only on the herculean efforts of Iverson during the team’s lone upset victory, AI was genuinely dominant throughout […]Read more "Reflecting on Allen Iverson’s greatness during the 2001 Finals"