The Philadelphia 76ers played their third and final scrimmage game on Tuesday night (check out the recap to that here), and it went as expected. Starters like Tobias Harris and Ben Simmons played extremely well, Matisse Thybulle continued his defensive warpath on the court, and some of the reserves like Norvell Pelle and Marial Shayok […]Read more "Kyle O’Quinn has emerged as a crucial leader for the Sixers"
Despite having an extremely impressive rookie season, all things considered, there were some genuine question marks regarding what Matisse Thybulle’s role would be headed into the playoffs. Brett Brown typically leans on veterans down the stretch (plus the whole season being turned upside down due to COVID), it wasn’t outlandish to assume Thybulle would see […]Read more "Matisse Thybulle has earned a spot in the Sixers playoff rotation"
Had it not been for the suspended NBA season, the draft would have already taken place and the Sixers’ would already have their new rookie(s). Life had different plans in-mind as the draft now won’t take place until October 16. The level of difficulty in scouting draft prospects is exponentially increased this year due to […]Read more "Could Aleksej Pokuševski be the Sixers’ Serbian Savior"
Acquired during the late hours of this year’s trade deadline, many viewed the trade for former Warriors Alec Burks and Glenn Robinson III as serious steps in the right direction. Both were shooting over 37% from beyond the arc, and Elton Brand only had to give up a few second-round picks to get it done. […]Read more "What roles should Alec Burks and Glenn Robinson III have during Sixers’ playoff run?"
Unlike the NBA, the G-League will unfortunately not be able to finish their current season in its fullest. However, considering the current state of things, there’s undoubtedly an increased chance we may see some of the G-League’s top players make an appearance down in Orlando this August. The NBA officially agreed upon a proposal to […]Read more "Should Marial Shayok play in the postseason for the Sixers?"
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"
Kevin Durant made a relatively shocking move on Thursday evening – to those unfamiliar with the MLS or Philadelphia Union at least. The 2x NBA Champion is now a minority shareholder of Philadelphia’s Major League Soccer team and there has been plenty of speculation over what this means moving forward. But there is of course […]Read more "What does Kevin Durant’s Union investment mean for the Sixers?"
While the Philadelphia 76ers are in the process of gearing up for a conclusion to the 2019-20 NBA season, a team that won’t be headed down to Orlando has shown some serious interest in the Sixers’ staff. In a report published by Joe Cowley of the “Chicago Sun-Times“, it was revealed that Sixers’ assistant coach […]Read more "Report: Bulls looking to poach Sixers’ assistant coach"
In an announcement put out by ESPN earlier in the week, it was revealed that the NBA would be voting on a return to basketball set to take place in late July. The proposal included 22 total teams, potential play-in tournaments for 8th and 9th seeds, and eight final regular season games. With the proposal […]Read more "Sixers: Previewing the team’s final 8 regular season games"
In an “NBA awards prediction” article posted a few days ago by ESPN, a group of NBA insiders highlighted who they felt would be walking away with the league’s hardware in a few weeks’ time. They had the usual debates, Zion or Ja Morant for “Rookie of the Year”? LeBron or Giannis for “Most Valuable […]Read more "Sixers’ Ben Simmons not included in ESPN’s “DPOY finalists”"