After a whirlwind of a day in the NBA, James Harden is officially a Brooklyn Net. With Harden off the market, is it time for the Sixers to target the next best thing, Bradley Beal? Of the players realistically (for the most part) available, Bradley Beal is the only player somewhat close to that Harden […]Read more "Is Now The Time For The Sixers To Target Bradley Beal?"
The Sixers didn’t win the Harden lottery, as Brooklyn Nets are finalizing a deal to acquire James Harden. Following James Harden‘s postgame comments last night, it became increasingly clear that the superstar guard was going to be moved sometime in the near future. The Rockets opted to hold James Harden out of today’s practice, and […]Read more "Instant analysis: Sixers fail to capitalize on James Harden sweepstakes"
A little over a month ago, the Sixers were in a deeply concerning place as a franchise. Facing an offseason after being embarrassed by the Celtics in the playoffs, the team was handcuffed by the max contract of Al Horford and had little draft capital to work with. The Sixers straddled basketball purgatory as they […]Read more "Former Lakers Duo Fueling Sixers Championship Aspirations"
In an era where seemingly every decision is based on analytics and numbers, Doc Rivers is a pleasant breath of fresh air in the basketball world. While he should not be discredited for his adaptations to these valuable additions to the game, Doc is one of the purest basketball minds that remains in the sport. […]Read more "Does history hint at how Joel Embiid will be used under Doc Rivers?"
James Harden would reportedly welcome a trade to Philadelphia. When Daryl Morey first arrived in Philadelphia, rumors promptly popped up in regards to James Harden potentially joining him in the near future. The two had formed a close bond off the court in Houston, and Morey’s infatuation with Harden as a player has long been […]Read more "James Harden continues to tease the Sixers with potential trade talks"
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"
The Sixers have beefed up their guard position with the selection of Tyrese Maxey. According to a handful of sources, the Philadelphia 76ers have selected Kentucky guard Tyrese Maxey with the 21st overall pick in the 2020 NBA draft. Despite talks of both trading up and trading down, Daryl Morey and the Sixers ultimately held […]Read more "Instant analysis: Sixers steal Tyrese Maxey at pick #21"
After months and months of speculation, the Philadelphia 76ers have finally found a way out of Al Horford‘s contract. Orchestrated by recently hired President of Basketball Operations Daryl Morey, the Sixers have traded Horford and two draft picks to the Oklahoma City Thunder. Despite Horford still holding some name value around the league as a […]Read more "Instant analysis: Sixers dump Al Horford’s salary in trade with Thunder"
Center is probably the least of the Sixers’ worries considering they have the best big man in the game with Joel Embiid. However, outside of Embiid, the Sixers really struggle for depth. They can play Al Horford there but then that leaves the power forward position open, and add in the fact that Al Horford is probably […]Read more "5 Center Prospects The Sixers Should Target In The Draft"
According to Shams Charania, former league MVP and 8x All-Star James Harden reportedly wants out of Houston and has listed the Sixers as a potential destination. It’s easy to see why the Rockets would be comfortable keeping Harden around for as long as possible. The 31-year-old is under contract with the Rockets through at least […]Read more "Could the Sixers poach James Harden from the Rockets?"