We can cross off a potential suitor in regards to any Ben Simmons trade discussions. We are less than a week away from the NBA Draft, one of the busier times of the NBA season in regards to trades and transactions.
Once again the Sixers find themselves facing a crucial offseason. What are some of the biggest decisions Darly Morey is facing? It is said almost every year, “This offseason is the most important offseason in recent years!” Not to be cliché, but this offseason actually feels like it.
As Damian Lillard remains skeptical of the Portland Trail Blazers' ability to build a contending team around him, Neil Olshey and the Blazers front office have to find ways to add different stars to the roster this offseason.
After another second round playoff exit, the Philadelphia 76ers have a lot of work to do this offseason. Daryl Morey is a notoriously ambitious GM, and the Sixers are in win-now mode for as long as Joel Embiid anchors the frontcourt.
This past NBA season hasn't been the easiest for Philadelphia 76ers star Ben Simmons. As the three-time All-Star admitted he struggled with his confidence and mentality throughout the year, Simmons didn't quite live up to expectations at times -- especially in the second round of the playoffs.
Like most offseasons, the Philadelphia 76ers will have to make some slight changes ahead of the new basketball season. Although a majority of Doc Rivers' coaching staff will remain the same for next year, the Sixers will be without two members of the developmental staff.
The Philadelphia 76ers own the 28th and 50th overall picks in the upcoming NBA Draft. While there’s a good chance the Sixers trade one (if not both) of the picks to acquire veteran talent, there are plenty of prospects who should catch Daryl Morey’s eye.
The Philadelphia 76ers possess the 28th overall pick in the 2021 NBA Draft. There has been some speculation about what the Sixers might do with that pick, with one possible scenario being that they trade it.
The NBA Draft has commanded a lot of attention lately, but free agency is right around the corner. The moratorium ends on Aug. 2 at 6 PM E.T., meaning players can sign the dotted line in roughly two weeks’ time.
While it’s reasonable to speculate the Sixers’ draft assets being used as part of a blockbuster trade this offseason, the 2021 NBA draft is now just a week away and Philadelphia still holds the 28th and 50th overall picks.