Philadelphia 76ers Re-tool: Grading Moves by New Front Office

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From management to coaching, the Philadelphia 76ers made wholesale changes this off-season hiring Doc Rivers as its new Head Coach and Daryl Morey as President of Basketball Operations. The Sixers have been very disappointing the past two seasons after a promising run in 2018 behind Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons. Since then, Philadelphia lost in […] READ MORE


Philadelphia 76ers Officially Name Daryl Morey as Team President; Extend Elton Brand as GM

The Philadelphia 76ers officially named Daryl Morey as the team’s next president of basketball operations, according to the Associated Press. Additionally, the 76ers have extended the contract of Elton Brand as general manager.  Philadelphia 76ers name Daryl Morey next Team President  Morey’s Short Stint of Unemployment  It’s been less than three weeks, but Morey is […] READ MORE


Philadelphia 76ers: Steps to Contention

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The Philadelphia 76ers are in a tough spot. First of all, they have two of the league’s biggest stars in Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons. That in itself should make them a championship contender. Unfortunately for the 76ers, however, their fit still isn’t clear. Extending on that, Philadelphia also has Tobias Harris and Al Horford under massive contracts. Both underperformed last season. […] READ MORE



Philadelphia 76ers All-Decade Team

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The Philadelphia 76ers, from 2010 to 2020, were a team that enjoyed the highs of the highs at the beginning of the decade, the lows of the lows in the middle of the decade and back into contention by the end of the 76ers’ decade. The Sixers decade was defined by The Process in which […] READ MORE


Make It Or Break It For Brett Brown

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Two months following the Game 7 defeat in the 2013 NBA Finals to the Miami Heat, San Antonio Spurs assistant coach Brett Brown was announced as head coach of the Philadelphia 76ers. Then general manager, Sam Hinkie, was in the early stages of the (in)famous “process” and took on a coach who hadn’t led a […] READ MORE


Los Angeles Clippers All-Time Team

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The franchise was founded in 1970, then known as the Buffalo Braves. In 1978, they relocated and rebranded and became the San Diego Clippers. In 1984 they relocated again, to become the Los Angeles Clippers, which they have remained up to the present day. Throughout their history, the Clippers have had incredible talent, but haven’t […] READ MORE