On 12th May 2019, Kawhi Leonard hit one of the greatest shots in NBA history.
The Philadelphia 76ers have landed much needed bench help. A trade with the Golden State Warriors sees the Sixers acquire Alec Burks and Glenn Robinson III in exchange for three second-round draft picks, as reported by ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.
Philadelphia 76ers point guard, or point forward as some consider him, Ben Simmons, is a former Rookie of the Year and likely heading to his second All-Star game.
With the NBA trade deadline on February 6th there are a few rumours bouncing around the league. One of these rumours includes former league MVP and point guard for the Detroit Pistons Derrick Rose.
The Philadelphia 76ers need to add shooting before the trade deadline next month and former Sixer Robert Covington might be the best option of the lot.
The NBA's Christmas Day schedule is a great tradition. For over a decade, the league have been showing five consecutive games on 25th December, and 2019 is no different.
Along those lines, I wanted to do a bit of an early assessment of how convincing the NBA’s preseason favorites have been.
It was midway into the third quarter when the crowd witnessed a heavy weight brawl between Timberwolves’ leading star Karl-Anthony Towns and Sixers All-Star Joel Embiid. The two big men went hard on each other, scuffled and dragged down to the floor before they were separated and ejected.
The night Allen Iverson stopped the Los Angeles Lakers.
Veteran Kyle Korver was traded to the Memphis Grizzlies in the trade that saw the Utah Jazz acquire Mike Conley. At the start of July, he was moved again, being sent to the Phoenix Suns along with Jevon Carter. Phoenix soon waived Korver, making him one of the most desired pieces on the free agent market.
Shifting Leonard to the Western Conference alters the balance of power once again. The East is relatively weak, or so it seems.
Malcolm Brogdon’s free agency is set to be as interesting as any in the NBA. The Milwaukee Bucks are in a tricky spot with Eric Bledsoe re-signed, Giannis Antetokounmpo nearing a supermax and Brogdon, Brook Lopez and Khris Middleton hitting free agency.
Houston Rockets are going to pursue Philadelphia 76ers All-Star Jimmy Butler in a sign-and-trade deal this offseason, per ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.
The Philadelphia 76ers, like many NBA franchises, face great uncertainty this offseason. Jimmy Butler, JJ Redick and Tobias Harris are free agents, while Adrian Wojnarowski recently reported that the Sixers could get a free agent meeting with Finals MVP Kawhi Leonard.