The end of the summer is near, and the 76ers are battling for a title. It's just not a battle being fought on real-life hardwoods.
August serves as the depth of the NBA's offseason. But, the league never sleeps. Kevin Durant requested a trade from the Brooklyn Nets earlier in the summer. But, little...
You might remember the 2021-22 Sixers as a roller coaster, from the Ben Simmons situation to the James Harden deal to “Tobias Harris over me?!”. For a beat writer, the season’s biography is written from behind the basket on the visitor’s side of the court.
Jake Fischer, Bleacher Report NBA writer and author of Built To Lose: How the NBA’s Tanking Era Changed the League Forever, stops by to discuss a multitude of topics.
The purpose of this reflection was not to give you a picture of my life story. This was not intended to be some magnificent, touching story. This is me providing context about myself in hopes that it makes it easy to understand why I take my work seriously, why I'm so grateful for the opportunities I've been afforded.
Philadelphia committed 21 turnovers in what was nearly a Summer League record for points allowed in a 119-104 defeat.
Trevelin Queen posted 17 points, 5, rebounds, and 5 assists as Philadelphia routed Denver, 97-71.
There's really no excuse for the amount of layups the Sixers missed, especially in transition. Even in 3-on-2s and 2-on-1s, they were leaving loose change on the rim. It was like a JV game at times.
With Isaiah Joe missing most of the game with a shoulder injury, the Sixers were lost on offense in crunch time in a 91-84 loss to the Nets.