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?
It is no mystery to college basketball fans that this is not the Villanova Wildcats that we have grown accustomed to over the years. After winning the National Championship last season, this year's team has definitely taken a massive step back. That is to be expected when your team loses four players to the NBA: … Continue reading What Happened to Villanova?
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
*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
With opening night of the 2019 college basketball season ending, this year's freshmen class certainly did not disappoint in their first taste of NCAA action. We finally got to witness Duke's Big Three on national television against Kentucky and their top-notch freshmen, as well as Kansas' dynamic duo against Michigan State in the State Farm … Continue reading First Impressions for 2019 Freshmen
College basketball is back TONIGHT ladies and gentleman and I could not be more excited for my favorite time of the year. Every team has lost stars to graduation and the NBA and replaced them with varieties of highly recruited freshmen, transfers, and grad-transfers. After one of the most exciting March Madness tournaments in recent … Continue reading 2018-19 College Basketball Preview