This era was called “The Process,” and for Brown his time in Philly came to an end today after being swept by the Boston Celtics yesterday in the first round of the NBA Playoffs. Continue reading Brown Out
he Philadelphia 76ers entered game 4 of their first-round playoff match-up with the Boston Celtics, with their pride on the line. For the first time in the history of the series with the Celtics they were facing the possibility of being swept. Continue reading Broken Sixers
The Philadelphia 76ers entered their Game 3 match-up against the Boston Celtics looking to put up a fight and get a victory. The good news for the Sixers they showed fight and fought the Celtics all throughout the game. Continue reading Slipping Sixers
Entering game 2 of their first round series in the NBA Playoffs. The Philadelphia 76ers knew they needed to limit their turnovers and get center Joel Embiid some help on the offensive side of the ball. If they wanted to even up the series with the Boston Celtics. Continue reading Outpaced Sixers
The Philadelphia 76ers started their first-round match-up against the Boston Celtics, severely undermanned. They were missing their perimeter defensive anchor in forward Ben Simmons. The Celtics were able to take advantage of his absence and ride their high-powered offense to an 109-101 victory. Continue reading Celtics Handed A Gift
The Philadelphia 76ers are now locked into the sixth seed in the Eastern Conference. They knew that before they stepped on the floor against the Toronto Raptors tonight. They did not have much to play for either as they are locked into the second seed in the East. However, when these two teams get together it creates a thrilling game. Continue reading The Raptors Maul the Sixers
The Phoenix Suns were desperate for a win as they faced an under-manned Philadelphia 76ers team. Who were missing forwards Al Horford and Tobias Harris who both had sore ankles, and also missing guard Josh Richardson who was resting. The Suns were able to take advantage of a weakened team and beat them 130-117. Continue reading Scorched Sixers
The Philadelphia 76ers were riding high with a three-game winning streak. However, they faced a Portland Trailblazers team who were desperate for a win. After, dropping a winnable game yesterday to a weakened Clippers team. Continue reading Trailblazed Sixers.
The phrase “next man up” is usually associated with football. However, for the Philadelphia 76ers in the absence of Ben Simmons they needed someone else to be the third scorer behind forward Tobias Harris and center Joel Embiid. Enter guard Alec Burks. Continue reading Burks to The Future.
The Philadelphia 76ers played the Washington Wizards in their third game of the NBA restart. This was supposed to be a relatively easy match-up for them. However, the way this team is playing nothing is as easy as advertised. Continue reading The Sixers Solve the Wizards.
They lost that game 127-121. It was a team loss, but the main targets for blame after were head coach Brett Brown and guard Shake Milton. Milton played a key role in tonight’s win against the Spurs. Continue reading Shake to The Rescue
The Philadelphia 76ers had everything working to their advantage, as they headed into a pivotal game tonight against the Pacers. They were missing Center Damontas Sabonis and Malcolm Brogdon. They needed someone to step up against the Sixers. Enter Forward TJ Warren. Warren dropped 53 points and led the Pacers to a 127-121 victory over the Sixers. Continue reading Warren Lights Up the Sixers