The Process Needs More Process-ing

Brian Windhorst (ESPN) summed it up perfectly when he said that the 76ers are a young team that plays young and the Celtics are a young team that plays old. Translation: The Process doesn’t have its cap and gown with diploma in hand. Still some work to be done. That, in a nutshell, the still…

Yes, Rivalries Matter

There is something perfectly beautiful about the Philadelphia 76ers going into Boston to start a series for no other reason than to jolt the mind. I guess past is prologue. With both sides loving themselves and their game and what they have accomplished this year, the ones who remember how it used to be want…

Embiid Making the Sixers Must See

Eleven months before Joel Embiid’s historic night at Staples Center,  Embiid had a 33 point, 10 rebound performance against Brooklyn. Though no one knew it last December, 18 games into his pro career was just a scratching of the Embiid surface more than it was a watershed moment. Fully healthy, the outgoing, reactive, highly skilled…

Ish Smith Has the Sixers Thinking 8 Wins

The worst record in NBA history belongs to the 2012 Charlotte Bobcats. They won 7 games that year fielding a team with an aged Corey Maggette, a young Kemba Walker, and an average Gerald Henderson. The Bobcats won three games on the road and four games at home. They lost every single game they played…

The Sixers “Process” Failed Jahlil Okafor

Update: Jahlil Okafor was suspended for two games by the NBA on Wednesday afternoon after evidence of a second physical altercation on a Boston street was released by TMZ. Coach Brett Brown called it “tough love”. For weeks, Jahlil Okafor had been a trending topic on Lakers social media sites as the number three draft pick was having a very…