Drew Corrigan — Most fans of the Philadelphia 76ers understand the plan. To understand the plan, one must first understand where this basketball emporium comes from. This franchise hasn’t been relevant since Allen Iverson carried a decrepit 2001 76ers team to the NBA Finals, just to be ousted by the Los Angeles Lakers with Kobe and Shaq in their prime. Since that moment, this city […]
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Andy T — I’m going to postulate some bold stuff right now, so strap on your goddamn seatbelts. What anti-Tankers have against Tank Commanders isn’t critiques or unwrriten law argy-bargies, but resentments. That is, the fact that these (oil) tankers seem to have confused kicking risk down the road for not experiencing risk, and seem to be unaware that their […]
1. Which team(s) came out as a winner of this draft at the moment? Zach Oliver (@ZachOliverNBA): I think there’s a handful of teams that you could really consider winners in this draft. That said, a couple team’s really stood out to me: the Utah Jazz, and Charlotte Hornets. Utah got a player with a lot of potential in Dante Exum at four, and I think pairing him in the backcourt with Trey Burke could […]
Jovan Alford — On Tuesday night in the Draft Lottery, the Philadelphia 76ers’ fate was sealed. Well, they lost the lottery in the literal sense, but won at the same time. Despite not getting the number one overall pick, which went to the Cleveland Cavaliers (I still do not understand how they got the number one pick for the […]
By Drew Corrigan (@Dcorrigan50) Stumbling onto my keyboard during a Monday morning, I felt a need to write. I guess that’s a common feeling that all basketball bloggers have when a keyboard is placed in front of them, but what to write is always the question that needs an answer. As a fan of the Philadelphia […]
by Kyle Neubeck – April 16 marks the final day of the basketball calendar for the Philadelphia 76ers, a notable moment for perhaps the most significant sub-20 win team in league history. It is the day that signifies the end of scrutiny from outside sources and enraged defense from supporters of Sam Hinkie’s vision. Considering that the franchise’s goal was to lose games in order […]
Joshua Santos – The University of Kentucky has always had a rich history of great big men turned professional NBA players. From Jamaal Maglorie – a sophomore at the time, who led the Tubby Smith coached team to the 1998 NCAA championship – to 6’11″ Rick Robey – who started for the 1978 championship team, also winning a championship […]