Jimmy Butler

Philly Sports Max’s Quick Hits: Jimmy Butler, New Look 76ers Thriving

The 76ers began the week with an 8-6 record and played four games this week to improve to 11-7, let’s take a look at some quick hits: Road Woes No More: Since starting 0-5 on the road, the 76ers have found a way to start winning games on the road. After getting their first road

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Kyle Korver

Report: Sixers remain interested in trading for Kyle Korver

The Sixers lost two of their best shooters in the Jimmy Butler trade with the Minnesota Timberwolves, so the team is still interested in acquiring sharpshooter Kyle Korver from the Cavs, according to Marc Stein of the New York Times. The Sixers traded Robert Covington and Dario Saric to the Timberwolves. Other than shooting guard J.J. Redick, Philadelphia really doesn’t have any players who can

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Markelle Fultz and Drew Hanlen seem to have parted ways

It was an estimated 150,000 shots taken by Markelle Fultz while working with Drew Hanlen this summer. Fultz had been struggling with an injury to his shoulder, and as a result, a hitch and ‘yips’ to his jump shot, causing a shockwave around the NBA and the media surrounding. It was clear that Fultz needed

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Markelle Fultz

Markelle Fultz’s trainer says he’s not healthy in now deleted tweet

Sixers second-year guard Markelle Fultz had one of the strangest rookie seasons in recent memory. The former No. 1 overall pick only played in 14 games last year with the Sixers due to scapular muscle imbalance in his right shoulder and lost all confidence in his shot. Markelle Fultz worked out with renowned shooting coach Drew

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The Sixers Are Right Where We Thought They Would Be

At 4-4, the Sixers have been an up and down team so far this season. With wins against the Hornets, Bulls, Magic, and Mavericks, they have taken care of the teams that they should be beating. They’ve fallen victim to the likes of the Milwaukee Bucks, Boston Celtics, Detroit Pistons, and Toronto Raptors. All of those teams

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The Atlantic Files

The Atlantic Files Episode 103: Toronto Raptors could win the division

Subscribe to The Atlantic Files on Apple Podcasts || Subscribe to Basketball Society NBA basketball is finally back! The first regular season episode of The Atlantic Files is also here! Mike and Alex are here to break down what happened in the opening week and to give some serious thoughts on the Toronto Raptors. The

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Markelle Fultz on Philly’s support: “It makes me want to play harder for them”

When you take a look at a stat sheet of the past two Sixers games, most of your attention will be drawn to the number of Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons, but putting up stellar numbers in their first two performances, with Simmons having a triple-double in just his second game of the season. One

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Markelle Fultz

Sixers’ Markelle Fultz is “ready” says Chicago Bulls’ Zach LaVine

The Chicago Bulls open their NBA season tonight in Philadelphia against the 76ers. The Bulls will start Kris Dunn, Zach LaVine, Justin Holiday, Bobby Portis, and Wendell Carter Jr., in this evening’s contest. The Bulls, winners of 27 games last season start the season without Lauri Markkanen and all eyes will be on former NBA

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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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Markelle Fultz

Markelle Fultz starting open night in place of JJ Redick

For a player that faced some of the biggest scrutiny we have ever seen for a rookie, Markelle Fultz has come a long way since the end of the ’17-’18 season. He had a lot of hard work to be done to recalibrate his jump shot after working through a shoulder injury he sustained during his

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