Too Much Patience for the Philadelphia 76ers?

The Philadelphia 76ers and their fans have no choice but to continue to “trust the process.” Following the news that Ben Simmons will not play this season came another announcement that Joel Embiid has also been shut down. Embiid still may get Rookie of the Year honors after playing only 31 games this season. He has

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Could the Sixers be moving Nerlens Noel instead?

With the trade deadline a little more than 24 hours away, the Sixers have been linked to many trade rumors surrounding big man Jahlil Okafor. Teams like the Pacers have been associated as of late, as well as past teams like the Chicago Bulls also showing interest in the big man. With the Sixers losing

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Atlantic Files

The Atlantic Files Ep.48: Brooklyn Nets love the deep ball

The three ball has increasingly became an important aspect of the game in the NBA today. We’ve seen crazy three-point shooting from the Golden State Warriors, and now the Brooklyn Nets want a turn! You read that correctly. The Nets are here, and they’re ready to fire away from deep. Brook Lopez has increased his range,

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Philadelphia Sixers, Joel Embiid

The Sixers are wise to be careful with Joel Embiid

Philadelphia Sixers big man Joel Embiid is essentially the basketball version of Frankenstein. After toiling in Philly’s desolate hoops lair for two consecutive seasons due to a right foot ailment, Embiid who was the No.3 overall pick in the 2014 draft, is ready to be liberated. Mad scientist and Sixers head coach Brett Brown is

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Sixers need to look for a new Jahlil Okafor trade partner

The Sixers have a big roster. Big, meaning, they have 5 players over the height of 6’10. With that being said, they will not be able to keep all of these big men around for much longer, so that means trade talks have surrounded the Sixers and their boat load of big men. One man that

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VIDEO – Basketball Society’s Pre-Draft Sixers Sitdown

The NBA Draft is on the horizon, and there are plenty of teams who are looking forward to the draft for many different reasons. One of the teams that has the most pressure to make the right picks is the Philadelphia 76ers. Sam Hinkie is out, Bryan Colangelo is in, and the rebuild must come

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It’s tough, but it’s better to trade Jahlil Okafor over Nerlens Noel

As a Sixers fan, I have been watching some bad basketball over the past few seasons. In result of this bad play, the Sixers have put themselves in the top 3 of the draft the past three years. In 2014, they chose Joel Embiid, who has yet to see the floor. In 2015, they chose

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A Look Into The Offseason: Philadelphia 76ers

It was another abysmal season for the Philadelphia 76ers. They finished the season 30th in rebounding, 29th in points and field goal percentage, 28th in opponents points per game, and 24th in three-point shooting percentage. This resulted in them missing the playoffs for the fourth consecutive season and ending with the worst record in the NBA.

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What Do The Celtics Do With The No. 3 Pick

Every Boston Celtics fan dreamed of getting the #1 pick in the 2016 NBA Draft. When it came down to the final three at the NBA Draft Lottery, the ping pong balls fell in favor of the Philadelphia 76ers and Los Angeles Lakers dropping the Celtics to the third pick in the draft. The Celtics

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Jahlil Okafor

Why I think the Philadelphia 76ers should be giving the Chicago Bulls a call

Yesterday it was reported by Vincent Goodwill of CSNChicago.com, that the Chicago Bulls fielded calls from the Orlando Magic and Boston Celtics about Pau Gasol, Derrick Rose, and Jimmy Butler near the trade deadline, but nothing materialized on the Butler-to-Boston front due to the Celtics’ reluctancy to include Jae Crowder in the deal. Yes, the Bulls did

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