Philadelphia is one of the oldest franchises in the NBA, having originally been founded in 1946 as the Syracuse Nationals. The 76ers are a franchise loaded with history and have the players to back it up. Wilt Chamberlain, Julius ‘Dr J’ Erving, Charles Barkley and Allen Iverson are just four legends to have worn the famous jersey. And despite three championship banners, they haven’t been to the Finals since the Iverson era and have more recently been known as ‘The Process’, thanks to an historic ability to lose games. Now, however, things have changed in the City of Brotherly Love.
After being sent home early by the Boston Celtics and with the franchise now in no-man’s land, ‘The Process’ appears to have failed. So, where do the Philadelphia 76ers go from here?
Mike Miller and Josh Coyne are back to discuss Luka Doncic’s late game heroics, Philadelphia’s future, Mamba Day and the NBA2K21 demo.
Mike Miller and Tom Hall discuss the on-track-for-70-wins Bucks and the woes of the Philadelphia 76ers before jumping into a game of “What’s More Likely”
Moves have been made, but the bigger trades are yet to be made. Tom Hall breaks down some 3s and 4s that could be next
We have already seen the first domino to fall ahead of the NBA trade deadline, but Tom Hall looks at some of the key players to watch this season
Mike Miller and Huw Hopkins discuss some key teams that will benefit from a fuller line-up as injured players return, including much hyped Pelicans rookie Zion Williamson.
Matthew Wellington and Huw Hopkins deliver Part 4 of our Playoffs series, delving into some of the standout moments of the Conference Semifinals
The pain and joy of the NBA Playoffs continues, and the Double Clutch team has pulled together the teams feeling the greatest ecstasy or the worse agony so far – featuring the Spurs, the 76ers and the Thunder
After upsets and revenge games galore, the opening three days of the NBA Playoffs has caused equal measures of Agony and Ecstasy – Double Clutch discuss who has experienced the most extremes so far