Category: Basketball

The Process is Starting to Pay Off

By Colten Hagadus

Back in 2013, the Philadelphia 76ers hired a man by the name of Sam Hinkie. Lets just say that Sam had a plan, a plan to be great, but it was going to take some time. This plan was called The Process. The Process started when the team traded all star point guard Jrue Holiday for a first round pick, which ended up turning into Nerlens Noel. Hinkie is an analytics guy and believed that the more picks he accumulated, the better chance he had at finding star players. Continue reading “The Process is Starting to Pay Off”

Basketball is Relevant Once Again in the City of Brotherly Love

By Colten Hagadus

 

The 2017-2018 Philadelphia 76ers were projected to be an average team and barely sneak into the playoffs as an 8 seed. With a lineup featuring the once in a lifetime Ben Simmons at point guard, sharpshooter JJ Redick at shooting guard, 3 and D specialist Robert Covington at small forward, scrapper Dario Saric at Power Forward, and all star Joel Embiid at center, the Sixers were more than capable of exceeding these expectations. Continue reading “Basketball is Relevant Once Again in the City of Brotherly Love”