The Sixers are hanging on, missing, at times, the entire starting lineup. Adam Sherman breaks down a very weird road trip with big guns coming back soon!
This is a big one! Adam recaps the last few games for the Zombie Sixers, COVID and how we got to this point, Ben Simmons impending return (or not?), and more. It's the State of the Sixers, November episode!
Do we know how they're doing it? Do we care? Adam Sherman breaks down the Sixers 5 game win streak that now includes COVID for Tobias and an injury to Danny Green!
Adam Sherman welcomes you to the GRAND DEBUT of the Hoopball 76ers podcast with a team reset - what's going well, what isn't, and where can this drama-laden team end up?
The Sixers have their core of the future locked up for a huge salary going forward but have struggled on the road so far this season. Here is an overview of their season so far.
The Sixers were a bad bounce away from the Conference Finals last year and are now one of the league's more disappointing outfits.
The Sixers had clear needs to address on the bench, and managed to do quite well without surrendering much.
One Ben Simmons 3-pointer aside, it's clear that Philadelphia has a problem that could really affect their championship dreams.
With preseason mercifully upon us, we've picked one thing to keep an eye on as the exhibition games play out. We'll try to find meaning in certain areas for each team in the league.
Brett Brown has made integrating Markelle Fultz a priority for the Philadelphia 76ers. Is complicating the successful process worth the potential long-term result?
Some league analysts believe the Sixers will take a step back without Marco Belinelli and Ersan Ilyasova, but it's Markelle Fultz and the team's other young talents who will decide its fate.