Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports Through the 2019-20 season’s first 55 games, the Philadelphia 76ers are 34-21. That’s about the pace of a 51-win team and currently places the Sixers 5th in the Eastern Conference standings.
Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons have won at least 50 games and advanced to the second round of the playoffs in their first two healthy seasons playing together, yet the questions continue to linger about their fit.
Are the Philadelphia 76ers still contenders? After a frantic 2019 free agency, many Philadelphia 76ers fans including myself believed that that the Sixers would become serious playoff contenders, many predicting them to take the Eastern Conference title for the first time since 2001.
Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports Filling the void for an NBA docuseries. Saturday night, I finished watching Amazon’s All Or Nothing, an eight-episode docuseries that, this season, gave viewers a behind-the-scenes look at the 2019 Philadelphia Eagles.
The Philadelphia 76ers were well represented in Chicago. The 2020 NBA All-Star Game was a real hoot. The new format worked — the quarters got progressively more dramatic, culminating in a fourth quarter for the ages.
As somewhat expected, the rookies on the Philadelphia 76ers are experiencing a reduced role now that the NBA Trade Deadline has passed. At the NBA Trade Deadline, the Philadelphia 76ers traded for two veteran wing players that should boost the bench’s production.
After a frustrating first half for the Philadelphia 76ers, Joel Embiid is looking to get back to being himself, having fun, and dominating There is truly never a dull moment with the Philadelphia 76ers and Joel Embiid.
A former stretch big man of the Philadelphia 76ers has joined the Phoenix Suns on a 10-day contract in an attempt to keep his NBA career alive. During his rookie year last season, Jonah Bolden showed promise as a stretch big on the Philadelphia 76ers.