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 […]

Bright Days Are Ahead at the Wells Fargo Center

By Zach Haines Twitter: @_zachhaines_ Instagram: @zachhaines15 Two years ago, the Philadelphia 76ers finished with a 10-72 record while being the absolute laughing stock of the league. Fast forward to now, and the Sixers are a team that have caught the attention of fans, players, and executives all across the NBA. It sounds cliche or overly-simple, but […]

The Next Champion in Philadelphia

By Zach Haines Twitter: @_zachhaines_ Instagram: @zachhaines15 The great city of Philadelphia is highly regarded as one of the unluckiest sports towns in the country. We can all count on two hands the number of championships all current standing teams have as a whole, being spearheaded by the Eagles with a resounding none. But, as 2008 proved […]

“The Process”: How Far it’s Come and Where it’s Going

By Zach Haines Twitter: @_zachhaines_ Instagram: @zachhaines15 The Philadelphia 76ers closed their season in a 114-113 loss against the New York Knicks on Wednesday, capping off what was a rather bittersweet year. Forward Justin Anderson led the Sixers in a 26 point, 3 steal effort, but the team’s inability to close out games made one […]

The Sixers Have a Bright Future

By Aaron Randolph Twitter: @ForeverAcee Instagram: @_aaron20 The Philadelphia 76ers have been impressive so far this season. They haven’t had the best season, but to many people, the 24-43 record is a much needed improvement from the 10-72 record they had last year. The Sixers have been more competitive in games as well. The Sixers […]

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