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"
With the 2020 NBA trade deadline now coming to a close, the Sixers will have to round out the rest of their roster by releasing some of their current players. While more moves may be coming in the near future, as of right now Trey Burke is the only victim of a release. Trey Burke […]Read more "Instant analysis: Sixers waive Trey Burke"
In what could be the start to a flurry of last-second moves by the Sixers front office, they have officially traded James Ennis III to the Orlando Magic. After acquiring both Alec Burks and Glenn Robinson III from the Warriors, it was expected that one of the team’s backup wing players would be on the […]Read more "Instant analysis: Sixers trade Ennis to Magic in exchange for draft pick"
It’s trade deadline week and the Sixers should be active players in trade discussions. One player the Sixers are rumored to be interested is Minnesota Timberwolves Small Forward Robert Covington. You may remember that Covington was a key member of the Sixers ‘process’ era. A reunion between the Sixers and Covington is certainly exciting but […]Read more "Does a Robert Covington reunion make sense for the Sixers?"
Back in the offseason, general manager Elton Brand needed to fill the void at backup point guard after T.J. McConnell signed a 2 year / $7,000,000 contract with Indiana. In doing so, he brought in both Raul Neto and Trey Burke via free agency. In doing so, Sixers’ fans have gone into a frenzy on […]Read more "Brett Brown must use situational basketball to settle Burke/Neto debate"
The Sixers traveled up to NYC to take on the New York Knicks. Far from the most talented team, this match up worked heavily in the Sixers’ favor even without star Joel Embiid. The game was way too close for comfort though as the Sixers were abysmal offensively against a below-average defensive team. The Sixers […]Read more "Sixers survive Knicks despite poor offensive showing"
Coming off a loss to the Indiana Pacers, the Sixers were desperate for a win. The team had fallen to sixth place in the Eastern Conference and were facing the division rival Brooklyn Nets. Desperate in their own sense, the Nets cling to eighth place in the East and are 3-7 in their last ten […]Read more "Sixers Recap: Harris leads rally to victory"
Before getting into the game description, one thing must be said: BEN SIMMONS FOR THREE, YES! Marc Zumoff Ben Simmons absolutely took over this game and did it early. In the first half alone, the 6’10 guard had 26 points (season-high, and 1-1 from deep!), five rebounds, three assists, two blocks, and two steals. His […]Read more "Ben Simmons lifts Sixers to dominating victory over Cavs"
In the final contest of a four-game Western Conference swing, the Sixers looked to end the trip on a positive note. They would face a difficult climb though as Ben Simmons missed the game with a minor sprain in his right AC joint. Raul Neto made the start in Simmons’ place. This game was the […]Read more "Exhausted Sixers end road trip with a third consecutive loss"
One of the biggest needs for the Philadelphia 76ers coming into the 2019-2020 NBA season was the back-up point guard position behind Ben Simmons. The team added Raul Neto and Trey Burke to fill that hole, but now, the time has come to see who will emerge as the primary option. Simmons suffered a Grade […]Read more "Sixers will need Neto and Burke to step up with Simmons sidelined"