A new week has arrived, and that means a new Film Room column is upon us. It was a short week, as the NBA returned from the All-Star break. This … Continue reading The Film Room, Featuring Montrezl Harrell Showing And Going
The Scrappy Defender To Be Immortalized While Helping a Worthy Cause
As we begin the year with what will likely be remembered as one of the darkest days in American History of the past 20 years, writing about the Sixers seems trivial at best. However, if 2020 taught us anything (I know, it taught us a lot…), it was to prioritize self-care. For many of us, sports are that escape. So, while I acknowledge that we have far greater topics we need to discuss, issues to sort out, and problems that need resolution, I am hoping sharing some thoughts on the Sixers start to the 2020-2021 campaign can be an escape not only for you, but for myself as well.
The 76ers pull out a win against the Orlando Magic, 116-92. This win pushes the Sixers to 4-1 on the season and is also the first win they have had … Continue reading 76ers Step Up to Beat Undefeated Magic
Ben Simmons 2019-2020: 57 games, 16.4 PPG, 8 AST, 7.8 REB, 2.1 STL, 58% FG Ben was rewarded for taking a huge step forward in his defensive game (including leading … Continue reading The best and worst case scenarios for the 2020-2021 Sixers
The Sixers came in to today’s game having suffered their worse lost in the bubble, in their previous outing against the Phoenix Suns. However they were severely impacted by injuries … Continue reading Sixers Starters Play Well, But Bench Collapses Late in 121-125 Loss To Raptors