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The Process Disciples: Fultz Saga Continues, Boston’s Struggles

Since our last edition of the Process Disciples, Markelle Fultz wants to and also doesn’t want to play for the 76ers, is healthy and also isn’t healthy, has a shoulder injury and also has a wrist injury, and… did I miss anything? I’m not even sure what I’m saying at this point which is just

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NBA Roundtable: Soaring Clippers, Sinking Rockets and other storylines

There are many juicy storylines floating around the NBA right now, including the surprisingly surging Los Angeles Clippers, the struggling Houston Rockets and the resurgence of Derrick Rose. Several of our writers gathered for a roundtable discussion on these topics. Our participants are: Mike Bash (@MBash_93) Justin Kirkland (@jkirk41) Alec Walt (@AlecWalt) Evan Anderson (@Jordainian21)

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The Process Disciples: Jimmy Butler is a Sixer

It finally happened. The star-hunting promise we heard from Brett Brown during the Zhaire Smith press conference has been fulfilled and the Sixers have acquired Jimmy Butler along with Justin Patton in exchange for Robert Covington, Dario Saric, and a second-round pick. In a trade that will change the course of the 76ers franchise for

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NBA Roundtable: Dissecting the Jimmy Butler trade

After a month-long saga with the Minnesota Timberwolves, Jimmy Butler’s trade request was finally acknowledged, as the Minnesota Timberwolves sent the All-Star packing East to Philadelphia in a deal that landed them Robert Covington and Dario Saric. With Butler now set to recalibrate in Philly with Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons, several of our writers

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Process Disciples Roundtable: Where do the 76ers stand in the East?

The 76ers are starting to get back into the swing of things and it’s been nothing short of a roller-coaster. Ben Simmons turned the ball over 11 times in one game and Markelle Fultz single-handedly saved the team from a disastrous second-half collapse, two events that we weren’t sure would happen even once this season.

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The Process Disciples: The 76ers’ Season is Underway

After a long four months without meaningful basketball, the 2018-19 season has finally kicked off. This year has been headlined by a significant lack of defense from pretty much everyone, the rookies are starting to make waves, and LeBron’s new-look Lakers have left a lot to be desired. For the 76ers in particular, the start

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NBA Roundtable: Reacting to the first week of the season

The first week of the 2018-19 NBA season is in the books, and we’ve been treated to some WILDLY entertaining basketball. High scoring games, 50-point outbursts and even a fight between two legendary point guards. We gathered several writers for a roundtable discussion on the fireworks we saw fly in the first seven days of

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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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NBA Roundtable: Awards and season predictions

With the NBA season right around the corner, several of our writers gather for a roundtable discussion giving predictions on who will win the MVP, if the Celtics and Warriors are both the clear-cut No. 1 seeds in their respective conferences and more. Our participants for this edition are: Evan Anderson (@Jordainian21) DJ Allen (@DJAllen23)

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Roundtable: Jimmy Butler requests trade from Timberwolves

As we near the start of training camp, media day and ultimately a new NBA season, the basketball world was hit with one last offseason shockwave, as Minnesota Timberwolves All-Star Jimmy Butler has formally requested a trade from the team. Butler’s wishlist includes the Brooklyn Nets, New York Knicks and Los Angeles Clippers, so for

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