The Sixers suffered a heartbreaking loss to the Hawks last night by a score of 103-100, as Joel Embiid struggled to carry the weight of the City on some bruised shoulders. Despite leading for most of the game, the Sixers struggled down the stretch and ultimately could not find a way to win. This evened […]Read more "Joel Embiid Proves he’s human after all in Heartbreaking Hawks Loss"
Now holding a 2-1 series lead, the Sixers and Hawks will tip off game four in Atlanta for what will be a pivotal game in the series. For the Hawks, this is a must-win as they will otherwise be down 3-1 before traveling to Philadelphia with the and forced to win three in a row. […]Read more "What to Watch for in Sixers vs Hawks: Game Four"
Danny Green started in the Game 3 matchup against Atlanta but exited early after limping off the court. Green remained sidelined the rest of the game, changing from his uniform to street clothes to spectate the remaining three quarters. When speaking to media postgame, Sixers head coach Doc Rivers was incredibly doubtful Green would suit […]Read more "Danny Green Sidelined 2-3 Weeks With Calf Injury"
Game three was a great team win for the Sixers which now takes back home-court advantage and gives the team control of the series. Even with the success, the Sixers suffered a major blow in this matchup as Danny Green left the game in the first quarter with a calf injury. Green was ruled out […]Read more "Four candidates the Sixers should consider to replace Danny Green"
After splitting the first two games at home, the Sixers will travel to Atlanta with the goal of taking control of the series. The Hawks had a 24-18 record at home this season and won both of their home playoff games against the Knicks in the first round of the playoffs. The Sixers will appear […]Read more "What to Watch for in Sixers vs Hawks: Game Three"
Throughout his three-year NBA career, Shake Milton has been through a lot. The 24-year-old guard was the 54th pick in the 2018 draft, ascended through the G-League, and has become a key part of the Sixers bench. Despite establishing himself as their most integral piece of the bench coming into the season, Shake has seen […]Read more "Sixers underdog Shake Milton continues to show Philly toughness"
As the Philadelphia 76ers head into Game 2 of their Second Round Playoff series against the Atlanta Hawks, the team has a major issue on it’s hands in the way of a supremely-talented 22-yea-old PG. Thankfully, Matisse Thybulle may hold the keys to the solution. Trae Young has stepped up his game in the playoffs. […]Read more "Is Matisse Thybulle the key to stopping Trae Young?"
The old saying goes “if it ain’t broke don’t fix it”, and after an unexpected loss in Game 1 the Sixers should do exactly that with their starting five. The Philadelphia 76ers best lineup all season long has been their starting 5, and it was the best lineup on Sunday. All five Sixers starters had […]Read more "Sixers would be wise to avoid making changes to the starting five"
The Sixers bench has been a topic of conversation throughout the course of the season. Finding talented role players to compliment Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons has been a struggle over the past few seasons and it was exciting to see a change in this regard. The roster overturns prior to the season have been […]Read more "Why the Sixers need to say goodbye to the All-Bench unit"
Game One is now in the books as the Sixers suffered a 128-124 loss to the Atlanta Hawks. The Hawks were exactly as expected and a 35-point performance and barrage of other three-pointers ultimately sunk the Sixers’ chances. Against what is usually a stingy Philadelphia defense, the Hawks made it look easy to make the […]Read more "Sixers fall short of a deep comeback and fall to Hawks in series opener"