76ers Drop Game 1 to Brooklyn

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

NBA Playoff Picture at the All Star Break

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

76ers Trade Deadline Recap

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

Latest Developments on Markelle Fultz

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

NBA Awards Predictions After The First Quarter

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

76ers Take Down Heat

*Note* I will not discuss the atrocity that was Markelle Fultz's pump fake free throw attempt. After dropping an overtime loss to the Memphis Grizzlies on Saturday night, the 76ers rebounded quite nicely against the Miami Heat on Monday. With a shortened rotation due to the Saturday transaction consisting of Robert Covington and Dario Saric … Continue reading 76ers Take Down Heat

Why an MVP Award is Almost Certain for Joel Embiid in the Future

During his first season as a (mostly) healthy NBA player, Joel Embiid was named to the All-NBA Second Team, All-Defensive Second Team, All-Star Team, was 7th in Rebounds Per Game, 12th in Points Per Game, 4th in Blocks Per Game, and placed second in voting for Defensive Player of the Year. Not bad for a … Continue reading Why an MVP Award is Almost Certain for Joel Embiid in the Future

The 76ers Expectation Shattering Season Comes to an End

Last night the Sixers fell to the Boston Celtics 114-112 and lost the series 4-1, it was truly a heartbreaker for all of Philadelphia. This series was not pretty by any means; RoCo was horrible, Ben didn't play to the level we needed him to and Brett was out-coached pretty bad at times. It also … Continue reading The 76ers Expectation Shattering Season Comes to an End