Daryl Morey has yet again made another move. Just moments after yet another debilitating Eagles loss, it was announced that the Sixers and Pistons had made a trade. The Philadelphia 76ers would send over guard Zhaire Smith while the Detroit Pistons would send center Tony Bradley. Neither player is especially proven and the trade makes […]Read more "Smith Out, Bradley In For Sixers After Latest Offseason Deal"
The Sixers shocked the basketball world when it was announced that Daryl Morey would be joining their front office as president of basketball operations. Morey is one of the most respected and successful executives around the league. It is well known that the Sixers have been trying to poach Morey from the Rockets for years. […]Read more "Could Daryl Morey make a big splash to land the Sixers a third star?"
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"
According to a few different sources close to the 76ers’ organization, second-year guard Zhaire Smith will not be joining the team down in Orlando for the NBA’s scheduled restart. Smith reportedly started experiencing pain in his knee last week and immediately began rehab once the bone bruise was revealed. According to Derek Bodner of The […]Read more "Instant analysis: Sixers will be without Zhaire Smith due to knee injury"
Despite (essentially) being the Sixers’ first-round pick in 2018, two years later and Zhaire Smith has made little to no impact within the organization. He’s played in just 13 actual NBA games and has been frequently included in hypothetical trade packages by fans and reporters alike. With his team option already picked up for the […]Read more "What’s next for former Sixers first-round pick Zhaire Smith?"
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?"
After a very impressive win against the Milwaukee Bucks on Christmas Day, it has been straight misery since. The Philadelphia 76ers have dropped three straight games, causing their locker room to fill with frustration. Each player is calling for, as Josh Richardson expressed, “accountability.” Brett Brown and his squad look to end this dismal road […]Read more "The Tip-Off: Sixers seeking their first win since Christmas"
The Blue Coats returned home from the NBA G League Winter Showcase to face the College Park Skyhawks. The Blue coats coming off back-to-back losses were motivated to end that streak. First Quarter From the jump the Blue Coats showed the sense of urgency needed to claim the win. Christ Koumadje was a men among […]Read more "Shayok shines, Blue Coats stumble against Skyhawks"
We’re past a quarter of the NBA season already and the Sixers look like a solid contender in the East. Keeping pace with teams like Miami, Boston, and Toronto, the Sixers are on their way to the playoffs for the third year in a row. There is, however, a giant in the East that Philly […]Read more "Building the Sixers Bench Through the Trade Market"
Reflecting back on this past week down at the 76ers Fieldhouse, the Blue Coats struggled after opening up the season strong. The high scoring caliber offense faltered a bit the past four games. The team fell to a record of 3-4 after the sluggish week. The Blue Coats welcomed back rookie Shizz Alston, as he […]Read more "Down on the Farm: Delaware Blue Coats fall to Wisconsin Herd"