We are The Process Disciples, welcome to our dojo where we study the art of “Sam Hinkie Specials” and trust every process in life. This is the subgroup of Sixers faithful in Basketball Society where we answer questions about all of the happenings in Philadelphia. The Sixers are five games into the new season now,
Man, that was fun! We’re one week through the 2017-18 season, and in that brief timespan, we’ve been reminded why we missed NBA basketball so much. To sift through the multiple storylines we’ve been treated to in the first seven days of the Association, we’ve gathered several of our writers for a roundtable discussion. Our
The NBA offseason has become a yearly reality show and this year has lived up to that reputation. The first act was strong, with free agency including Gordon Hayward’s “should I or shouldn’t I” affair with Utah and Boston and the NBA Draft being as fascinating as any in recent memory. The second act was
Our very own section of Philadelphia 76ers faithful is back again to talk about The Process. This time, we have already gotten to see a glimpse of what Markelle Fultz may be able to do, and some free agents have been signed. JJ Redick and Amir Johnson are on their way to the City of
Things are getting ugly in the land of the New York Knicks. Kristaps Porzingis is unhappy, Phil Jackson is considering trading him and the fans are in utter dismay. The rest of us are sitting on the sidelines just waiting to see how this thing will pan out with a bag of popcorn. A couple
As we all know by now, the Philadelphia 76ers traded their way up to the number one pick to go get their guy in Markelle Fultz. The talk around town is that Fultz is the one to finally complete “The Process.” Philadelphia, as a whole, was overjoyed at the sight of getting another number one prospect,
As we gear up for the 2017 NBA Draft, several of our writers convened for a roundtable discussion about this year’s class, including who will end up having the best career and who is being overlooked. Our participants for this edition are: Justin Cortes (@ralphjc0) Randy King (@randizzleking16) Justin Kirkland (@jkirk41) Kyle Allan (@KAllan441) B.J.
The Golden State Warriors are NBA champs for the second time in three years after beating the Cleveland Cavaliers 4-1 in the 2017 NBA Finals. Kevin Durant was Finals MVP and scored over 30 points in every game of the Finals. Our roundtable: DJ Allen (@DJAllen23) Alec Walt (@AlecWalt) Felix John-Baptiste (@Twosmooth2) Martin Soaries (@Marsoaries)
The Cleveland Cavaliers won their first game of the 2017 NBA Finals in Game 4, beating the Golden State Warriors 137-116. Golden State holds a 3-1 series lead. Kyrie Irving led the Cavaliers with 40 points and seven assists. LeBron James added NBA-record ninth career triple-double in the Finals with 31 points, 10 rebounds, and
In by far the most entertaining game of the postseason, the Golden State Warriors took a commanding 3-0 lead in the NBA Finals with a 118-113 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers on Wednesday night. Kevin Durant led the Warriors with 31 points and eight rebounds, including the go-ahead three-pointer with 45.3 seconds left in regulation.