In a report published by variety.com, it was announced that Philadelphia 76ers’ owner Josh Harris was exploring the possibility of purchasing the New York Mets. Already the part-owner of both the Sixers and the New Jersey Devils, Harris is looking to expand his network of east coast teams even further. The Mets have been in […]Read more "Sixers owner looking to purchase New York Mets?"
Even with the NBA season still in a hiatus, Al Horford’s name continues to be brought up in trade discussions. In the latest rumor (initially reported on by Justin Grasso of Sports Illustrated), former NBA executive John Hollinger suggested Al Horford be moved for Harrison Barnes of the Sacramento Kings. After playing a crucial role […]Read more "Former NBA exec has Sixers’ Al Horford being traded for Harrison Barnes"
Newest Sixer Trey Burke may not be a household name but there are reasons to be excited about is arrival. Burke is a traditionally streaky player who can seamlessly walk that line between spot starter and spark off the bench. Acting as a backup ball-handler and a shot-making combo guard, Burke can hopefully fill a […]Read more "Getting to know Sixers PG Trey Burke"
RUN. IT. BACK. The Mike Scott hive will be partying the night away after finding out that their beloved player is going nowhere. Scott has signed a two-year deal with the Sixers, according to The Athletic’s Shams Charania. Scott was at one with the Philadelphia fanbase from the moment his gritty attitude first took to […]Read more "Instant analysis: Mike Scott signs two-year contract with the Sixers"
With the trade deadline right around the corner, the 76ers have have mere days to pull off a trade. They could stand pat at the deadline or choose to make a move in order to bring in some help for a playoff push. If they elect to shake things up a bit, here are some […]Read more "5 ideal trade targets and packages for the Sixers"
We’ve reached the point in free agency where all the top dogs have inked contracts large enough to rent out the Sun as a personal microwave and are now left with the second tier of players. Most of the remaining free agents are journeymen searching for another shot- and almost all of them have some […]Read more "Should Sixers kick the tires on Derrick Rose?"
Coming off of a gritty win against the Nets, the Sixers looked to avoid falling to 0-4 against the Hawks this season. With Joel Embiid done for the year and Jahlil Okafor missing his 4th consecutive game with right knee soreness, Richaun Holmes got the starting nod at center again. Holmes was tasked with guarding eight-time […]Read more "Sixers 92, Hawks 99: Richaun Holmes’ career night strengthens the case for moving Okafor"
Despite everything Bryan Colangelo and the rest of the Sixers’ front office tells you, Ben Simmons is healthy. So much so, he’ll show you himself. During pregame warm ups for last night’s game against the Pacers, Simmons showcased just a taste of why he was the number one pick in last year’s draft with an […]Read more "Ben Simmons flashes sign of things to come with athletic dunk during pregame warm ups"
Last summer Bryan Colangelo picked up a megaphone, jumped on Billy Penn’s shoulders, atop city hall, and announced his intentions of trading one of his bigs before the season started. Even going as far as saying he would be disappointed if he had to go into the season with all 3 still on the roster. As […]Read more "Sixers need a GM with a plan and transparency..Colangelo has neither"
The NBA is a business. You never want to see players get injured, but as we all know, it is a part of the game. Last Wednesday against the Pacers, Rudy Gay went down with one of the more devastating injuries in all of sports. A fully ruptured Achillias. This is horrible news for someone who […]Read more "Rudy Gay’s injury could have huge implications for the Sixers and 2019 NBA Draft"