Sixers

Sixers’ Shooters a Non-factor in Opening Night Loss to Celtics

Just 12 days ago, the Sixers played the Dallas Mavericks in China. JJ Redick scored 28 points and didn’t miss one shot. Landry Shamet and Furkan Korkmaz came off the bench and provided a significant scoring touch that helped them get the win. Naturally, I thought I would write an article about how the Sixers

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NBA

The 2018-2019 season is set to skyrocket the NBA into full-blown popularity

The last few NBA season have given us, the everyday fan, more than we can imagine. There has been dominance from both the Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers in their respective conferences. The youth of the NBA has been performing at levels that far exceed their age with a blend of utter dominance

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Preseason NBA Yearly Award Predictions

Today marks the end of one of the wildest NBA summers in recent memory. What better time to skip the contents of the entire regular season and just get to the end and give out some trophies! Last year’s award races featured James Harden getting the annual “look we can’t just give LeBron everything” MVP

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Ben Simmons

Sixers’ Ben Simmons should focus on being PG, not a shooter, says retired NBA player Mikki Moore

In an era where everyone shoots three-pointers, Philadelphia 76ers All Star, Ben Simmons ain’t in that conversation. An athletic 6’10 point guard, Simmons executes the daunting task of balancing otherworldly playmaking skills while also defending some of the best swingmen in the NBA’s Eastern Conference. “Jump-shot shaming” Simmons has been ‘a thing mainly, well because

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Sixers Playoff game with Meek Mill courtside became possible thanks to Rev. Al Sharpton, says rapper’s lawyer, Joseph Tacopina 

On April 24, 2018, Meek Mill was freed from a Chester, PA jail, pending the outcome of his appeal to the Pennsylvania supreme court. Hours after his release, Meek Mill flew from Chester, PA to the Wells Fargo Center in South South Philadelphia to watch game 5 of the Philadelphia 76ers and Miami Heat’s Eastern

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Vince Carter

Vince Carter’s Toronto Raptors return before retiring would be “lovely” says former Nets teammate

At 41, Vince Carter is now the OLDEST player in the NBA! That’s just crazy. This season marks Carter’s 21st season in the league. Now a member of the Atlanta Hawks, Carter is playing for a team that is being built around rookie point guard, Trae Young, rising small forward, Taurean Prince and second-year player,

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Top 25 Returning Men’s College Basketball Players This Year

Today, we will be looking at the best returning players in College Basketball this season. Last year, we had surprises like Robert Williams and Miles Bridges who decided to return to college even though they would’ve easily been considered lottery picks in their specific draft. This year, we didn’t have those kind of surprise returns,

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End of the Road: Remembering 2018’s NBA Retirees

As I get older each year that goes by we lose names from my NBA childhood. The beginning of my love for basketball began with Mike and his Chicago teams but my real passion and drive came from playing the game and watching Kobe, Tim, Tracy, Allen, and everybody else during the early 00s. Father

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The top 10 NBA Fantasy players heading into the 2018-2019 season – part 1 No.10-6

The NBA season is set to begin next week on the 16th of October. That date will also mark the first day that fantasy basketball match-ups begin and line-ups will have to be set. As much fun as it is to watch the beautiful game of basketball for sheer enjoyment, fantasy sports allows us to

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Schmidt Talking Roundtable: George Mason Preview

George Mason enters the 2018-19 season as the ultimate sleeper in the Atlantic 10. Last season they nearly held that same title, but road struggles and lack of size kept them in the middle of the conference. With a majority of their core returning and a transfer adding size to their front court, George Mason

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