Sixers Fall Short to OKC in an Exhausting Triple-Overtime Thriller

By Lonnie Gordon III Twitter: @capital_visuals Instagram: @captial.visuals Led by Russell Westbrook’s outstanding triple double with 27 points, 17 rebounds and 15 assists, Oklahoma City overcomes the Philadelphia 76ers after trading baskets back-to-back in a triple-overtime thriller, resulting in a final score of 119-117. In a game that could easily be considered a contender for NBA game […]

Are the Sixers Doing Okafor Dirty?

By Nay Kamari Twitter: @nay_kamari Instagram: @nay_kamari If you know Philly basketball, you know Jahlil Okafor. The 76ers drafted him as the 3rd pick in 2015. Jah was fresh off of a NCAA Championship with the Duke Blue Devils when he joined the squad and looked to be a promising young center for the struggling Sixers. […]

Can the Process be Trusted? LeBron James Speaks

By Nay Kamari Twitter: @nay_kamari Instagram: @nay_kamari For the past few losing years, the Philadelphia 76ers have been implementing the motto “trust the process” to keep discouraged fans on board with the team as the young squad rebuilds themselves into hopeful championship contenders. This offseason looked promising for the Sixers, as they snagged first pick […]

NBA Releases Opening Week and Christmas Week Games For 2017-18 Season

By Dominique Carter Twitter: @DommyCBabyy Instagram: @dommycbaby Now that NBA Free Agency has died down, and it’s inching closer and closer to the start of the season, the league has decided to release the first few days of games that fans can enjoy and the games that will be played on Christmas. To start off […]

Where Will the 76ers Land in the Eastern Conference?

By Zach Haines Twitter: @_zachhaines_ Instagram: @zachhaines15 The Eastern Conference has always been the weaker conference in the NBA, there’s no surprise there. With recent trades and free agency moves, it has gotten weaker. Now, for quality of basketball in the NBA, this is bad. Typically, fans of teams who play in the East don’t want to […]

Life Lessons From Phil Jackson

By Dominique Carter Twitter: @DommyCBabyy Instagram: @DommyCBaby For the past three years, Phil Jackson has been the executive of the New York Knicks and has led them to records of 17-65 (2014-15), 32-50 (2015-2016), and 31-51 (2016-2017) before inevitably parting ways with the team. While these poor records may not have completely been Jackson’s fault, […]

Zach’s Takeaways from the Inaugural NBA Awards

By Zach Haines Twitter: @_zachhaines_ Instagram: @zachhaines15 The inaugural NBA Awards Show proved to be a pleasant evening to celebrate the best of the game’s past, present, and future. Several awards were handed out, whether they were for this past regular season, and individual moment, or for the achievements made throughout an entire career. Nonetheless, most were […]

Why I Fully Support Kevin Durant Going to Golden State

By Dominique Carter Twitter: @DommyCBabyy Instagram: @dommycbaby Just a couple days removed from Kevin Durant, Stephen Curry, and the Golden State Warriors defeating the Cleveland Cavaliers in a 4-1 Finals victory, a lot of people have had mixed feelings about the victory. While some are congratulating the team for showcasing their dominance and nearly sweeping […]

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