For every Allen Iverson, there’s a Shawn Bradley. And a Keith Van Horn. And a Larry Hughes. And an Evan Turner. And a Jahlil Okafor.
Philly’s basketball season is over. From Embiid to Colangelo, here’s who won and lost.
Embiid had surgery on his meniscus March 24. It was deemed “successful,” whatever that means.
After this crazy Sixers season…someone deserves a trophy.
Former Sixers center Nerlens Noel is back at Chickie’s & Pete’s in South Philly tonight, giving out cheesesteaks. That’s a win.
GM Bryan Colangelo said Simmons foot isn’t healed, citing “genetic things.”
A bad deal for Noel. No deal for Jah. This is kind of a big deal.
Not much stuff, tbh.
Bryan Colangelo is reportedly close to a deal for Okafor. But what does the GM want? And what do the Sixers need?
Is the Sixers star hurt or not? Are they showcasing guys for trade? Are they…tanking?
All the focus is on the bigs, but the littlest Sixer has filled a huge role.
The Sixers are 12-9 since Noel returned and 2-0 in the last two games, without Embiid or Okafor.
Nerlens Noel scored 19 points and Richaun Holmes added 18 points in 19 minutes as the Sixers came from 19 points down to beat the Clippers, without both Joel Embiid and Jahlil Okafor. Wow.
National experts break down the rookie sensation, trading Noel or Okafor and Brett Brown for Coach of the Year.
You get a drink! And you get a drink!
He’s not wrong… but he’s pretty much wrong: A hard look at the record & the schedule.
Sunday’s win over the Nets gives Brett Brown’s team double-digit wins in 35 games. Progress.
After hanging on for a 93-91 win over the Timberwolves, Joel Embiid and co. are undefeated in 2017.
Playoffs? Contenders? Don’t be afraid to hope for that — for all of them.
The big man forced Brown’s hand, and promptly got pulled from the center rotation.