Dolph Schayes

Dolph Schayes: There At The Very Start

January 20, 2016 Marc Triplett 0

This March the Sixers will retire the number of Dolph Schayes, an honor long overdue. The history of the Philadelphia 76ers can be seen as a series of players’ eras – interrupted unfortunately by a few mediocre or bad stretches. […]

Josh Harris Philadelphia 76ers

Sixers Looking Forward To “A Kick-Ass Summer”

April 18, 2015 Marc Triplett 0

You’ve got to accentuate the positive Eliminate the negative Latch on to the affirmative Don’t mess with Mister In-Between  from “Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate the Positive” by The Andrews Sisters The following is offered in the grand Philadelphia tradition. To be a fan […]

Matt Cord Philadelphia 76ers

Matt Cord, Dave Zinkoff, And Traditions

March 23, 2015 Marc Triplett 0

For a few years, I was privileged to carry on a lively email correspondence with the late, great Phil Jasner, who diligently and eloquently covered the Philadelphia 76ers for the Daily News. I suspect a good many other Sixers’ fans […]

Sixers

Playing As A Team

March 10, 2015 Marc Triplett 0

Saturday night brought together the NBA’s best and (near) worst. The Sixers proved that on any given night… you know how the saying goes. The Atlanta Hawks had a reason to want to win this and every remaining game on […]

Sam Hinkie

To Trust Or Not To Trust Sam Hinkie?

February 24, 2015 Marc Triplett 0

After Sam Hinkie had his press conference about the trade of Michael Carter-Williams, some fans have more questions than answers about what is going on. Sam Hinkie came to his presser not to bury Michael Carter Williams, but to praise […]