While the New Orleans Pelicans had high hopes for this season, injuries (specifically to Zion Williamson) have lowered expectations. Currently 6-22, the Pelicans are beginning to look like sellers. Certain players will be available for the right price and none may be more appealing than one or both of Jrue Holiday and Josh Hart. Many […]Read more "Sixers scenario: Will Jrue come home for the Holiday?"
We’re past a quarter of the NBA season already and the Sixers look like a solid contender in the East. Keeping pace with teams like Miami, Boston, and Toronto, the Sixers are on their way to the playoffs for the third year in a row. There is, however, a giant in the East that Philly […]Read more "Building the Sixers Bench Through the Trade Market"
Right on cue, the Philadelphia 76ers have begun exploring potential bench upgrades via trade. Their top priority right now? Jordan Clarkson. According to Sports Illustrated’s NBA Insider Sam Amico (@AmicoHoops), the Sixers have expressed “high interest” in the 27-year-old combo guard. The Sixers are a team that are obviously looking to contend, and with that […]Read more "Should the Sixers be all-in on Jordan Clarkson?"
Andre Iguodala is currently holding out from playing with the Memphis Grizzlies. The former all-star is seeking a trade or to be bought out before playing again this season. Could he fit in with the current Sixers’ roster? Let’s roll back the clock: It’s the night of June 24, 2004. Names such as Dwight Howard […]Read more "Does it make sense for the Sixers to bring Andre Iguodala home?"
Mike Scott is a man of the people, or at least the people of Philadelphia. It’s not that often that a player comes to a new town and takes over in the way that Scott has. Scott was traded to the Sixers along with Tobias Harris and Boban Marjanovic in an apparent “win now” move. […]Read more "How Mike Scott rose to become one of the Sixers’ most beloved players"
The Philadelphia 76ers have hired former NBA center Roy Hibbert as a player development coach, according to Shams Charania of The Athletic. Hibbert was a 2x All-Star with the Indiana Pacers and had a respectable 9 year NBA career. He’s mostly known for being a defensive anchor. He made the 2013-14 All-Defensive 2nd Team and […]Read more "Hiring Roy Hibbert could be a sneaky good move for the Sixers"
The Sixers are big. They’re really big…but enough of that storyline. Brett Brown will have the opportunity to toy with several small ball lineups without sacrificing production, which is something he didn’t have last season. Let’s take a look at some potential “Death Squad” lineups the Sixers could deploy: Lineup 1 Ben Simmons, Zhaire Smith, […]Read more "Potential small-ball lineups the Sixers should explore"
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"
The push to solidify the bench continues for the Sixers, with reports citing that Philadelphia is signing backup point guard Trey Burke. This move is an interesting one as there could be some real value here. Although his career has seen plenty of highs and lows, his stint with the New York Knicks and shooting […]Read more "Instant analysis: Sixers may have found hidden value in signing Trey Burke"
The Sixers’ pursuit of building a solid bench continues with yet another ‘Woj Bomb’. This time, Philly has signed former draftee Furkan Korkmaz to a two-year deal. This contract is interesting given that the young forward seemed intent on forcing a trade due to a lack of playing time. A flurry of moves and an […]Read more "Instant analysis: Sixers to re-sign Furkan Korkmaz"