The NBA playoffs are officially underway with the 76ers and the Brooklyn Nets playing the first game of a best-of-seven series at the Wells Fargo Center. The game started out promising with Joel Embiid demanding a lot of attention in the post, forcing Nets' center Jarrett Allen to commit three early fouls. The Sixers' defense … Continue reading 76ers Drop Game 1 to Brooklyn
The NBA All Star Break in Charlotte has come to a close and with it comes the final push for playoff seeding. Teams that brought in new faces during the trade deadline have had almost a full week of practice without any games to incorporate their new additions into their respective gameplans. With just over … Continue reading NBA Playoff Picture at the All Star Break
In his first trade deadline as a General Manager, Elton Brand certainly did not disappoint the Philadelphia 76ers faithful, pulling the trigger on several trades that now make the Sixers look like the favorite in the Eastern Conference. EB addressed finding another star, building depth, and moving on from a polarizing player. Let's take a … Continue reading 76ers Trade Deadline Recap
Early Monday morning, superstar big man Anthony Davis informed the New Orleans Pelicans that he would like to be traded. In 41 games this season, the All Star is averaging 29.3 points on 50.8/32.5/81.2 shooting, 13.3 rebounds, 4.4 assists, 1.7 steals, and 2.6 blocks while drawing MVP consideration. There is certain to be a fair … Continue reading Where Will Anthony Davis Land?
The Sixers can't be a clear-cut caliber team due to it's lack of depth within the bench. So the front office decided to work-out NBA veteran, Jodie Meeks, that could help suffice the team's needs. Jodie Meeks...Yes, Jodie Meeks. If you weren't a Sixers fan before the 2017-18 season, he was a Sixer at one … Continue reading Sixers work-out former member Jodie Meeks
Almost 24 hours ago, the Sixers swept the Wizards 132-115 with Rookie guard, Landry Shamat, breaking the franchise record for most 3's made by a rookie in a game. Well, the team looked different once they stepped into the Capital One Arena tonight. Last night, the Sixers won by 17 in Wells Fargo Arena; but … Continue reading Sixers lose in the Nation’s Capital 123-106
The Indiana Pacer and Motorola recently announced a multi-year partnership that will become the first jersey patch for the organization (29th in the NBA). The deal is worth up to $10 million dollars until 2020. With this transaction happening, the Oklahoma City Thunder are now the only team in the NBA that doesn't have a … Continue reading Pacers Partner With Motorola on Multi-Year Deal
The Markelle Fultz situation is well known across the NBA: the number one pick, who the 76ers traded up for, who forgot how to shoot a basketball. After a promising offseason with personal trainer, Drew Hanlen (who we now hate), it looked like Fultz was going to have a huge comeback season after only playing … Continue reading Latest Developments on Markelle Fultz
Who doesn't love predictions, right? I know I do and that is why I am here today. The first quarter of the 82 game NBA season has officially concluded and it is now time to predict each NBA award from what we have seen so far. Let's get down to the nitty gritty. Most … Continue reading NBA Awards Predictions After The First Quarter
As a Sixers fan, it pains me to say this but it must be said.... Markelle Fultz is a COMPLETE AND UTTER BUST. People need to stop denying it already. We've seen draft busts who struggle mightily to succeed in the NBA. We've seen draft busts that have trouble adapting to the speed/talent level of … Continue reading Markelle Fultz is a complete and utter bust… Stop Denying It.