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. […]

Jahlil Okafor Philadelphia 76ers

Evaluating Jahlil Okafor’s First 10 Games

November 16, 2015 Clifton Duquette 0

One of the few bright spots in the Philadelphia 76ers’ 0-10 start to the season has been center Jahlil Okafor. The 6-foot-11 rookie has mostly surpassed expectations, averaging 19 points, seven rebounds, and almost two blocks, while shooting 47 percent. I […]

Nerlens Noel Philadelphia 76ers

Sixers Need To Pick Up The Pace

November 4, 2015 Jay Naborn 0

For the last two seasons, the Sixers have been a team that really likes to get out and run. They finished first in the league in pace in 2013-14 and sixth last season. Although the offense was historically bad in […]

Hollis Thompson Philadelphia 76ers

What To Expect From Hollis Thompson

October 3, 2015 Clifton Duquette 0

The starting shooting guard spot on the Philadelphia 76ers has yet to be set in stone. We should hope Nik Stauskas wins the job in order to fully gauge the second-year player’s potential, but it’s not a certainty. His primary […]