Tag Archives: Philadelphia 76ers

Report: Jimmy Butler would ‘happily’ meet with Heat during free agency

Jacari McRae | June 15th, 2019

As expected, Philadelphia 76ers guard Jimmy Butler will opt out of his $19.8M player-option for next season, as Chris Haynes reported earlier on Friday. He will join the likes of Kawhi Leonard, Kevin Durant, and Kyrie Irving as one of the top free agents on the market. According to Associated Press’ Tim Reynolds, once NBA Free Agency begins, Butler would gladly meet with the Miami Heat. Continue reading

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Toronto and Philadelphia’s Game Seven Will Bring Salvation and Destruction

Kit Shepard | May 12th, 2019

The Toronto Raptors and the Philadelphia 76ers both prioritized the present over the future this season. By sacrificing continuity and steady progression for star power, both have transformed their rosters over the last 12 months to become true contenders. And after a chaotic six games between the two Eastern Conference heavyweights, they are each four quarters away from triumph or disaster.

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Playoff Preview: Toronto Raptors vs Philadelphia 76ers

Pranav Ramasubramanian  | April 27th, 2019

The Toronto Raptors and Philadelphia 76ers just came off dominating their first-round opponents in five games and both teams look to keep their run going. The stakes are as high as ever for both teams as the Raptors have Kawhi Leonard‘s impending free agency while the 76ers have to decide what to do with their cap if this run doesn’t pan out. Each team has an equal shot of winning here’s a look at how. Continue reading

Notable Facts and Figures from the Playoffs’ Opening Weekend

Kit Shepard | April 15th, 2019

The playoffs are only just underway, but after a wild opening weekend, a few interesting statistics have emerged. With each team having played their first game of the postseason, what can be learned, or ignored, by the numbers from the eight exciting game ones?

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Rookie Report: 2019 Playoff Edition

Troy Pierce| April 13th, 2019

82 regular season games have come and gone, and playoff basketball is upon us!

Several rookies made a name for themselves this season, but of all the top rookies from this season, only three remain with playoff basketball at their fingertips. Rodin Kurucs (Brooklyn Nets), Landry Shamet (Philadelphia, traded to LAC), and Shia Gilgeous-Alexander (Los Angeles Clippers) will get the chance to suit up and take the floor this NBA postseason.

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