Philadelphia Sixers

Process Disciples Roundtable: To the surprise of many, Zhaire Smith is a Sixers

After fans thought hometown hero Mikal Bridges was staying local after being drafted by the Sixers at No. 10 overall, the franchise made a massive trade on draft night that sent Bridges to the Phoenix Suns for the No. 16 pick Zhaire Smith and a 2021 first-rounder from the Miami Heat. Brett Brown was quoted

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Schmidt Talking Podcast: Atlantic 10 Home Schedule Favors St. Bonaventure

On this week’s episode, Kyle Allan and Alec Walt discuss the 2018-2019 Atlantic 10 pairings, plus talk Jaylen Adams and the NBA Draft with Basketball Society College Basketball Insider Aram Cannuscio. The Bonnies home schedule features some big matchups with Davidson, VCU, Dayton and St. Louis. Some highlighted road games feature St. Joesph’s, Davidson, and

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Markelle Fultz

Summer League should be a must for Markelle Fultz

With the NBA Summer League approaching, it will be an opportunity for rookies and undrafted free agents to showcase their talents in front of fans, coaches, and upper management of the respective franchise they will be representing in Las Vegas. Thankfully, for Markelle Fultz, second-year players are eligible to play in the Summer League to

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Schmidt Talking Podcast Episode 24: More NBA Workouts for Jaylen Adams

On this weeks episode, Kyle Allan and Alec Walt discussed the Sports Illustrated top 100 NBA prospect list, update Jaylen Adams NBA workouts, and speak with Basketball Society Senior Editor BJ Boyer on Adams fit with the Los Angeles Lakers. Jaylen Adams was a sensational talent for the Bonnies, solidifying himself as possibly the best

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Bryan Colangelo

Process Disciples Roundtable: What do we make of Bryan Colangelo’s Twitter Scandal?

Well, this has been interesting, to say the least. A story that was released by The Ringer disclosed information that links current 76ers president of basketball operations to an investigation that found him using five different Twitter ‘burner’ accounts to criticize current Sixers players, release sensitive insider information and team management strategy.  The 76ers released

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How would Dwane Casey fit in the Pistons Organization?

To the surprise of many, Dwane Casey was fired by the Toronto Raptors after seven years as their head coach. It was the first time in a long time that a coach had brought a team to a number one seed in a conference and been fired after that season. The Toronto front office entrusted

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Schmidt Talking Podcast Episode 23: Bonnies Land Osun Osunniyi

On this week’s episode, Kyle Allan and Alec Walt discuss the three newest Bonnies, former Bonnies pre-draft NBA workouts, and the newest member of the Mark Schmidt coaching staff. The Bonnies landed coveted big man, Osun Osunniyi. The Bonnies outlasted the Hoyas of Georgetown and their hated rival Syracuse Orange for the coveted 6-10 Center

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Schmidt Talking Ep. 22: Bonnies add versatility to their bench

On this week’s episode, Kyle Allan and Alec Walt discuss the Bonnies most recent signing, Izaiah Brockington’s transfer decision, and Jaylen Adams chances at getting selected in the 2018 NBA Draft. The most recent signing of Melkisdek Moreaux comes at a great time as the Bonnies were looking for spreading their length and size to the

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Projection Model Gives Sixers Good Chance of Reaching NBA Finals

Overcoming adversity. That is how one can only explain the Sixers come from behind victory against the Miami Heat on Saturday to take a commanding 3-1 lead in the series. Led by youth in Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid, rarely has it been that young players can carry a team with the way they have

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Sixers Used Discussions of Religion and Politics to Build Team Chemistry

Losing in any sport is tough. As a young player in the NBA, the only thing you know is winning. You most likely won in AAU ball, won District and State Championships in high school, and likely went to a high-profile NCAA program. Being a young player on the Sixers roster between 2013 and 2016,

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