Jimmy Butler and Tobias Harris have both attempted to step into the role as a leader on the Sixers with little success. While the two are polar opposites in their style and how they carry themselves, they have produced similar results in their attempts.Read more "Tobias Harris- the Antithesis of Jimmy Butler"
It feels like an eternity ago since Brett Brown boldly proclaimed at the press conference mic that the Sixers were about to go Starhunting.” The date of this was June 21st 2018 which was somehow just 2 years ago. Coming on the heels of a team led by Embiid, Simmons, Robert Covington, JJ Redick, and […]Read more "How “Starhunting” became the Sixers’ biggest downfall"
The Sixers have a huge offseason ahead of them after embarrassingly being swept by the Boston Celtics in round one of the playoffs. The Sixers have notoriously made poor decision during the past few off-seasons and it’s time for the front office to make the right ones this offseason and turn the Sixers into true […]Read more "76ers Offseason Plan From PSN – Steve’s Thoughts"
The last couple of years for the Sixers have been a torrid time to say the least. From awful front office decision and consistent injuries to the devastating sweep at the hands of the Boston Celtics just last week, the Sixers have gotten themselves into a right mess. However, this offseason gives the Sixers a […]Read more "A Trio of Three-Team Trades That could make the Sixers contenders again"
The 2020 Sixers have lived a good life. They won 43 games, survived a pandemic, played in the only ever NBA bubble, and were given the 6th seed of the playoffs. It was a knee surgery to Ben Simmons and being exposed for having a poorly constructed roster that ultimately caused their demise. They will […]Read more "A Eulogy to the Sixers Season: What we learned in loss to Celtics"
The Sixers are beyond being stuck between a rock and a hard place, they are beyond facing dire straits. The Philadelphia 76ers are desperate for victory in a must-win situation against the Boston Celtics. After a brutal Game Two, the Sixers are will either find a way to adjust or succumb to the Celtics yet […]Read more "What to Watch in Sixers’ Must-Win Game Three Against Celtics"
Tobias Harris silences the doubters. From the very moment Tobias Harris inked that $180 million contract, the criticisms have poured down left and right on the Sixers forward. Anytime he misses a shot, Twitter is flooded with calls of “overpaid” and “overrated”. For the most part, Harris has been exactly what the Sixers paid for, […]Read more "Sixers vs Celtics: Five bold predictions for the first round of the playoffs"
As the Sixers look ahead to the Celtics matchup in the playoffs, Brett Brown will be faced with some tough decisions for who will make the cut in the rotation. Brown has been known to lean more heavily on veterans for key games, which could be bad news for guys like Matisse Thybulle or even […]Read more "Who will make the cut in the Sixers playoff rotation?"
The Sixers are preparing for their final game before the playoffs begin. The team will go up against the Houston Rockets. It’s yet to be seen if Joel Embiid and James Harden will play but Ben Simmons and Russell Westbrook are confirmed to be out. Even though this game won’t affect the Sixers’ playoff seeding, […]Read more "What to Watch in Sixers’ Regular Season Finale Versus Rockets"
When Elton Brand made Al Horford one of the highest-paid Sixers of all time this past offseason, it was met with quite a bit of head-scratching and confusion. After 60+ plus games of lackluster performances and multiple trips to the bench, it’s looking like that $109 million contract may finally become of use. The Sixers […]Read more "Al Horford has to step up for Sixers during Joel Embiid’s absence"