As Doc Rivers nears deal with Philadelphia Let’s revisit Steve Ballmer

The story originally posted on August 20, 2018. Reposting for context regarding the Doc Rivers parting ways with Ballmer's Los Angeles Clippers.  "I think we got higher expectations on us...

Two Shot Creators You Should Know – Devon Dotson And Cassius Winston

In a league where shot creation is now king, we bring you two guys who fit that exact mold. Devon Dotson finished his second season at Kansas...

No, Mike D’Antoni Should Not Be The Next Head Coach Of The Sixers

According to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski, Mike D'Antoni informed the Houston Rockets that he did not intend on returning as the franchise's head coach next season. Wojnarowski also...

Three (Or More) Under The Radar NBA Playoffs Subplots

More juicy subplots come your way as we head into these long-awaited conference finals! 1. ANTHONY DAVIS' FACE UP GAME JUST TOO MUCH FOR HOUSTON'S SMALL BALL My Houston...

Tyronn Lue: A Cost-Benefit Analysis

The silence was deafening for quite some time. Whispers about a potential partnership between the 76ers and the championship-winning head coach have circulated for months. Brett Brown's...

‘Built For The Playoffs’: What We Saw In Game 4

"Built for the playoffs", huh? On Sunday afternoon, the Sixers took the court in a life-or-death fourth game in their first round series against the Celtics. The...

Embiid Misused Late In Game 1 Loss: What We Saw

The night came and went. The Sixers took on the Boston Celtics in game one of their first round series. The Sixers, of course , were without...

The Rivalry Continues: Previewing the 76ers-Celtics Series

Welcome to the moment. Phila unite. A historic rivalry between the Philadelphia 76ers and the Boston Celtics is less than twenty-four hours from embarking on a new...

NBA Sources Give Feedback On Bubble

As it has turned out, the NBA's bubble in Orlando has been more successful than anyone could have imagined. The COVID-19 tests are yielding very encouraging results...

The Sixers Beat The Rockets At Their Own Game: What We Saw

The Sixers (42-30) matched up with the Houston Rockets (44-27) on Friday night. It was both teams' final games before embarked on what they hope are long...

Nothing But Neto: Observations From The Sixers’ Loss To The Raptors

The Sixers (42-29) battled with the Toronto Raptors (51-19) on Wednesday evening. It was the second leg of their only back-to-back in the Orlando bubble. Prior to...

A Game of Obscurities: What We Saw in the Sixers’ Loss to the Suns

The 76ers (42-28; 3-2) faced the Phoenix Suns (32-39; 6-0) in their fifth of eight bubble games on Tuesday afternoon. Shake Milton was the only regular starter...