During the Philadelphia 76ers win over the Washington Wizards on Wednesday night, starting guard/forward Ben Simmons left the game relatively early due to what looked like a knee injury. With speculation swirling all over social media regarding what the injury could be, we received some clarification from ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. “Subluxation of the left knee […]Read more "Instant analysis: Ben Simmons out for the foreseeable future with knee injury"
After months of being hyped up as the Philadelphia 76ers long sought after “savior”, Shake Milton saw his first time starting in the new-look Sixers lineup met with a resounding thud. He scored zero points, recorded five personal fouls, and only shot the ball once. Shake was also involved in a quite public sideline spat […]Read more "The legend of Shake Milton continues to grow"
The Sixers kicked off their Orlando bubble regular season with a pitiful display of defense on Saturday night. Despite Joel Embiid pouring in 41 points and 21 rebounds, the team allowed TJ Warren of all people to drop a career-high 53 points en route to 127-121 victory (check out the full game recap: HERE). The […]Read more "Why Joel Embiid’s and Shake Milton’s spat is actually good for the Sixers"
It was only a matter of a time. From the moment that I saw Trey Burke had signed with the Dallas Mavericks for the NBA’s restart, I knew there would be at least one random game where all of “Sixers Twitter” set themselves ablaze with Burke-obsessed rage. During last night’s Rockets-Mavs game, that’s exactly what […]Read more "Sixers fans, please stop overhyping Trey Burke"
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"
The NBA is finally back, and more importantly, Sixers basketball is finally back. After a hiatus which honestly felt like a few years long, Philadelphia sports fans are finally going to be able to watch their 76ers play some ball. Brett Brown and the Sixers will be starting things off with a few exhibition games, […]Read more "Three storylines to watch during Sixers-Grizzlies scrimmage"
Ever since Elton Brand inked the former Celtic to that $109 million contract, Sixers fans have been collectively confused as to what Al Horford’s role on the team was supposed to be. Is he the most expensive backup center in world history? Is he supposed to transition into a floor-spacing power forward? Is he simply […]Read more "Al Horford has a unique opportunity to finally impress Sixers fans down in Orlando"
In a very unfortunate turn of events, it looks like newly signed free agent Ryan Broekhoff won’t be joining the Philadelphia 76ers down in Orlando after all. Broekhoff was the Sixers’ lone signing heading into the NBA’s bubble restart, as the team was allowed to expand their roster a tad due to health concerns surrounding […]Read more "Ryan Broekhoff won’t be joining the Sixers in Orlando after all"
With news breaking earlier this week that Brett Brown had been running Shake Milton at the point guard position during team practices, it didn’t take long for fans to put two and two together regarding what that meant for Al Horford. Less than a year after signing a massive $109 million contract with the Philadelphia […]Read more "Al Horford and Josh Richardson could be vital to Sixers’ playoff hopes"