Atlantic Files

The Atlantic Files Episode 93: Markelle Fultz will win Most Improved says Alex Fischbein

The Year in Review series is back on the Atlantic Files with the Philadelphia 76ers being the topic of discussion this week. Mike and Alex take a deeper dive into the Sixers season and pull out some of the reasons why they came up short in the playoffs, and what will allow them to compete

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Markelle Fultz

The Process Disciples: Free Agency and Summer League Fun

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

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Fonzy’s Top 10 2017 NBA Free Agents: Shooting Guards

A few days ago, I made my top 10 free agent point guards heading into the NBA Offseason. Today, I will be ranking my top 10 free agent shooting guards. 10. Vince Carter Team: Memphis Grizzlies Type of FA: Unrestricted 2016-2017 season stats: 8.0 points, 3.1 rebounds & 1.8 assists Vince Carter has said that

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Vanderbilt

Fisch’s Friday Rant: Obvious Comments and Vanderbilt

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Hopefully you sang that in the tune of the actual song that they play during Christmas and in those terrible back to school commercials. Anyway, it’s Friday, and March Madness has already officially started! First things first, we got to get some things straight with some of

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2015-2016 Regular Season Player Rankings: Shooting Guards

All statistics per ESPN.com 10.) Khris Middleton, Milwaukee Bucks The Milwaukee Bucks were an upset this season, but Khris Middleton still put together a solid season. He improved by 4.8 points and 1.9 assists per game from last year and made 143 more three-point shots. The 24-year-old is progressing well next to the Green Freak

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VIDEO: J.J. Redick hits game winner to beat the Trail Blazers

As time expired, J.J. Redick found a between-the-legs pass from Chris Paul and sunk a mid range jumper over C.J. McCollum. It all worked well, from the screen by DeAndre Jordan, to the pass by Paul, to the well contested jump-shot. It was a solid win for the Los Angeles Clippers after coming off a

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My four underrated NBA three-point shooters

After listening to “The Vertical with J.J. Redick” I was inspired to provide my list of underrated shooters. Redick had a conversation with another great shooter in Kyle Korver, where they both gave their opinion on their four underrated shooters who don’t get enough credit. Some of the names included were Peja Stojakovic, Glen Rice,

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VIDEO: J.J. Redick has a career night with 40 points in OT win over the Houston Rockets

J.J. Redick had a career night on MLK day with 40 points in their 140-132 overtime win against the Houston Rockets. Everything was clicking for Redick, especially from behind the three point line as he poured in 9 three pointers.  Overall, he was 11-19 from the field and 9-12 from behind the arc which just

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