The player is different. The team is different. The mission is the same. The Golden State Warriors, the best team of this decade, stand in the way of a great talent leading his team to the ultimate promised land. The Cleveland Cavaliers had never won a NBA Finals Championship until Lebron finally got them over […]Read More Kawhi can Replicate Lebron’s 2016 NBA Title Run
The future of the Philadelphia 76ers was always going to be determined by the 2019 NBA Playoffs. Ever since general manager Elton Brand made the bold moves to acquire both Tobias Harris and Jimmy Butler, there was a need for all parties involved to achieve a deep playoff run. While Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons […]Read More The Process’s Fulfillment Depends on Game 7 Win
Nobody would have faulted the Philadelphia 76ers for dropping the first two games away in Toronto. After all, the Sixers had not won in Canada since 2012. There are quite a few stipulations that come with that statistic, most notably Philadelphia was not exactly trying to win games for the majority of that time. Regardless, […]Read More Did Brett Brown’s Adjustments in Game 2 Work Like a Charm?
Philadelphia used their 1 game mulligan on Saturday in the first round of the NBA Playoffs against the Brooklyn Nets. There are a bevy of reasons for why the 76ers lost so pathetically to a side that has constantly exceeded expectations this season. One thing is for certain in tonight’s Game 2 at the Wells […]Read More Tonight is a Must Win Game for the Philadelphia 76ers
Brett Brown has been the glue keeping the 76ers together during their rebuild process, but that same glue may be wearing off. He is now presented with the best chance he has had to bring a championship to the people of Philadelphia. Elton Brand has made some daring trades in his first season as GM […]Read More Brett Brown Needs to Demonstrate he is the Right Man for the Job
The Tobias Harris trade showed its full effect last night as he lead the 76ers to victory over the Thunder with 32 points. It was a matchup of two rosters missing their key players as OKC was without MVP candidate, Paul George, and Philadelphia missing the services of both Joel Embiid and Boban Marjanovic. The […]Read More Philadelphia 76ers Show Late Game Experience in Win Over OKC
It was long overdue, but Philadelphia finally decided to move on from the former #1 overall pick, Markelle Fultz. On Thursday’s NBA Trade Deadline, the Orlando Magic and Philadelphia 76ers agreed on a trade to send Johnathon Simmons, the Oklahoma City Thunder’s 2020 1st round draft pick, and 2019 second round pick to Philadelphia for […]Read More Orlando Hopes to bring Back the Magic of Fultz