Same old, same old? Not so much.
Health willing, the 76ers have arrived. Look no further than Embiid’s latest performance.
There’s reason to believe the Joel Embiid extension wasn’t as risky as we may think.
Imagine what a healthy Sixers lineup could do.
Yes, he has just 31 career NBA games under his belt. But a healthy Joel Embiid could be the best player on the planet. That’s the problem though, isn’t it?
People believe the Minnesota Timberwolves version of Kevin Love is gone. We’re going to have to disagree, but let’s run with that assumption anyway.
The NBA Draft Lottery has come and gone, so I’m sure you want to hear all about the winners and losers, right? Well, how about the losers and losers?
Philadelphia figures to have at least one max slot to offer this offseason, so who should the Sixers target? To give them credibility, how about Kyle Lowry?
We’ve tackled all of the individual player awards, but who gets into our various All-NBA teams? Tough decisions were more common than you may have thought.
The 2017 NBA rookie class wasn’t great, and while Malcolm Brogdon played a key role for Milwaukee, Joel Embiid should be your clear-cut Rookie of the Year.
We’re nearing the halfway point of the 2016-17 NBA season, and guess what? Joel Embiid is an MVP candidate. Or at the very least, he should be.
If every NBA team could add any player in the league, who would they take? Forget about the cap or trades. Just one player for the life of the contract.
There’s plenty of basketball left to be played this NBA season, but if we had to pick an MVP, Rookie and Coach of the Year now, who would get the nod?
The 76ers finally have a couple of offensive pieces, but defense is far and away their strength. Oh, and they should be more thankful for what Hinkie did.
With Sam Hinkie, amidst much losing, at least there was patience. Under the new Colangelo regime, will the last three years end up being a complete waste?
It’s only been three games, but Karl-Anthony Towns has already shown that he’s going to be quite the player.
The draft selection process is probably not an exact science, but the ability to develop untapped potential is both cerebral and calculated.
Sam Hinkie is a man with a plan. If his detractors give him some time, his method may prove to not be so mad after all.