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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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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Joel Embiid: Restoring hope in Philadelphia

Basketball in Philadelphia is back, and there is one man you can thank for that…Joel Embiid. Something that he has brought to the City of Brotherly Love is a sense of hope. That is something Philadelphia fans have not been able to hang their hat on in quite a while. Five or more years to

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Joel Embiid

I can finally say I am ‘Trusting the Process’

Thank you Joel Embiid. This is the type of player I have been waiting for in Philadelphia ever since the day the 76ers traded Allen Iverson on that gloomy night of December 19, 2006. When the Sixers organization brought in Sam Hinkie to take over the General Manager position, I was a little skeptical of

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Would trading Noel to the Raptors make sense for the Sixers?

If you haven’t already figured it out, the Sixers have too many big men on their roster. With six players over 6’9, including 2016 number one overall pick Ben Simmons, they have a dilemma that not many teams in the NBA have had to deal with. Combine this with the sudden emergence of Joel Embiid,

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Are the Sixers Tanking? Bryan Colangelo says, “Not a Chance”

The Sixers have been the bottom feeder of the NBA for the past three seasons and counting. Fans have endured names coming on and off the roster for stints at a time, knowing that the team was just not good enough to win most of the games they would be playing in. Most people will say

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The “Trust in the Process” paid off as Embiid scores 20 in season opener

After 199 losses in 3 seasons, Sixers faithful was finally rewarded with the center piece of their process with the NBA season debut of Joel Embiid. Sam Hinkie lovers and haters endured what might be one of the biggest rebuilding process in all four major sports during the first two seasons. Then, after the Sixers

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Predicting Each NBA Team’s 2016-2017 Opening Day Starting Lineup

If you missed it from about a week ago, we decided to predict on Twitter what the starting lineup of each NBA team would be on opening night. Here were our predictions: True or False: This will be the starting lineup for the Philadelphia 76ers on Day 1: RodriguezBaylessSimmonsNoelOkafor — Basketball Society (@BBallSociety_) August 19,

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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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