Following a loss in the first game of the two-game series, the Sixers were able to fight off the Toronto Raptors and secured the victory by a score of 109-102. The Sixers shot the ball 15% better from beyond the three-point arc than their previous game. They also shot 17 more free-throws than the Raptors […]Read more "Sixers observations: What we learned in Wednesday’s win over Toronto"
It was a disappointing showing from the Sixers as they took a loss at the hands of the Toronto Raptors by a score of 110-103. The Sixers seemingly had control for most of the game and at one point held a 14 point lead. However, the Raptors bounced back from each punch the Sixers threw […]Read more "Sixers struggle to find supporting cast production in tough Toronto loss"
For the most part, the Orlando bubble has been quite the disaster for the Sixers. Ben Simmons suffered what’s likely to be a season-ending injury, Joel Embiid has already hurt both his ankle and his hand, and TJ Warren hung a 50-piece on Philly’s defense. However, amidst all the chaos and lackluster performances, one tiny […]Read more "Sixers will officially have a 2020 first-round pick thanks to Mike Muscala"
The Sixers just can’t catch a break. After losing to the Phoenix Suns (granted without their starters) the team suffered a stunning collapse against the Toronto Raptors. Additionally, Joel Embiid left the game halfway through with a wrist injury after Marc Gasol clubbed him on a no-call. Thankfully, the Xrays were negative and his absence […]Read more "Takeaways from Sixers Stunning Collapse Against Raptors"
Coming off a dismantling of the Cleveland Cavaliers, the Sixers set their sights on the Toronto Raptors. The last time the teams met, the Raptors claimed a narrow victory. The game was infamous for Joel Embiid as for the first time in either his collegiate or professional career, he scored a total of zero points. […]Read more "Game preview: Sixers seek revenge against Raptors"
Last night was sorely a missed opportunity for the Sixers. The Philadelphia 76ers failed to avenge themselves in their first visit to the Scotiabank arena since being knocked out of the playoffs last season. The banged-up, shorthanded Raptors team conquered the Sixers, 101-96. Top Performers Josh Richardson: 25 points, 6 rebounds, 1 assist Tobias Harris: […]Read more "Sixers come up short against injured Raptors"
After a dominant, well-rounded team performance Saturday night against the Heat, the Philadelphia 76ers (11-5) travel to Toronto to face the Raptors (11-4). Monday’s opening tip-off will be at 7:30 p.m. EST. Coverage will begin at 7 p.m. on NBC Sports Philadelphia. Radio coverage will be on 97.5 The Fanatic. The Sixers and Raptors are […]Read more "The Tip-Off: Sixers Seek Revenge Against Toronto"
On May 2nd, 2019, the 76ers put on a show for the whole world to see. They shot for 51% from the field and aggressively rebounded on both sides of the floor. At the center of this 116-95 win was the ring leader, the team’s leader and the city’s MVP, Joel Embid. Embid has been […]Read more "Thursday’s game holds more weight than just deciding Sixers’ playoff fate"
The fact that the Philadelphia 76ers were able to steal a win in Toronto against the Raptors was huge for this series. The Sixers starting five really weren’t blowing the Raptors starting five out of the water, but the bench did show up big time for the Sixers in game two. In fact, I would […]Read more "Keys to the game: How Sixers can take a series-lead over Raptors"