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Palace of Pistons Roundtable: Previewing the Most Anticipated Games of the '19-'20 Season The Detroit Pistons were swept from the playoffs by the Milwaukee Bucks last postseason. The two division rivals will battle several times this season, offering a good measuring stick to see how th…

Sixers Intrasquad Fantasy Draft: Fourth Pick After our first two votes were both landslides in selecting Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons, the selection of our Sixers Blue captain represented the first close contest in our intrasquad fantasy draft. With 50 percent of the vote, Al Horford went off the board, edging out Tobias Harris, who received 40 percent of the tally.

Philadelphia 76ers should still value the buyout market in 2019-20 season The Philadelphia 76ers should still keep a close eye on the buyout market this season, despite the strong moves they made this summer. There's no doubt tha…

Josh Richardson Predicts ‘Strong Season’ For Sixers In 2019-20 Josh Richardson, now of the Philadelphia 76ers, believes that his new team will churn out a 'strong season' in 2019-20 season. Richardson was among those included in the Jimmy Butler sign-and-trade transaction that was sealed over the summer.

Philadelphia 76ers' Jonah Bolden pulls out of Australia squad for basketball World Cup in China Sydney: Australia have suffered a setback after Jonah Bolden joined Philadelphia 76ers' teammate Ben Simmons as a no-show for the upcoming basketball World Cup in China.

Josh Richardson Focusing On Health, Becoming A Shot Maker This Offseason Philadelphia 76ers swingman Josh Richardson will be focusing on two things in preparation for his fifth year in the NBA: his health and ability to knock down shots. Richardson, who spent his first four years in the league with the Miami Heat, was among those included in the sign-and-trade deal for Jimmy Butler.

Philadelphia 76ers: 3 players facing the most pressure in 2019-20 That window re-opened a couple of months later when Leonard bounced himself and his brand new Finals MVP trophy out of Toronto and signed with the L.A. Clippers. The Eastern Conference is now wide-open, and Philly can take it if they grow from their recent failures and learn how to beat the best teams when it matters most.

Josh Richardson Says He'll Definitely Be Amped Up To Face The Heat Next Season But make no mistake; Richardson will be motivated to face his former team - the Miami Heat - when the two teams square off for the first time in November. Richardson was selected by the Heat in the second round of the 2015 NBA Draft out of the University of Tennessee.

Sixers' Jonah Bolden to withdraw from Australian national team Philadelphia is a team that has a lot of high expectations for the 2019-20 season, but the thought is with Bolden now as he attends to a personal matter that is serious enough to come back from his native Australia.

Philadelphia 76ers: With Boogie down, 'The Process' can reign supreme So, in a lot of ways, DeMarcus Cousins was right that Joel Embiid can now become the best big in the league on arguably the best team in a wide-open Eastern Conference, but unfortunately for 'The Boogieman', it came a bit earlier than he would have liked back in 2016.

New Sixer Josh Richardson: 'the game gives back what you put into it' Richardson touched on those themes again Saturday at the Sixers Summer Shore Tour, where Richardson told reporters, including the Inquirer's Marc Narducci, "I think the game kind of gives back what you put into it and I put a lot into it." Interestingly, this isn't the first time Richardson has shared that sentiment.

Philadelphia 76ers: Josh Richardson isn't being talked about enough The Philadelphia 76ers will feel the ill-effects of losing Jimmy Butler, but Josh Richardson is a more than apt replacement.

Sixers' Josh Richardson Has a Unique Defensive Challenge Ahead Josh Richardson is no slouch in the size department, but here's why he'll be unique in the Sixers' starting lineup. By Serena Winters.

Philadelphia 76ers: 10-game stint could set expectations for 2020 playoffs The Philadelphia 76ers will face a difficult stretch between January and February - one that could help set expectations for the 2020 playoffs.

How the Philadelphia 76ers stack up against the Northwest Division Philadelphia will sweep the season series. Utah Jazz\u2019s Projected Starting Five:\u00a0. The Jazz restocked over the summer, replacing Ricky Rubio and Derrick Favors with Mike Conley and Bojan Bogdanovic. As a result, the starting five went from good to great, adding another All-Star talent and a much cleaner fit on the wing.

Philadelphia 76ers: Can Trey Burke be a long-term piece? The Philadelphia 76ers may have found their long-term solution at the backup point guard position in journeyman Trey Burke. After four seasons of T.J. McCo…

Gamers On: esports Night set for August 31 On August 31, the Scranton / Wilkes-Barre RailRiders will host their first-ever esports Night. Presented by Lackawanna College and Dignitas, the esports organization owned by the Philadelphia 76ers, action will begin at 2 p.m. at PNC Field and continues through that night's RailRiders game against the Buffalo Bisons.

Sixers' 3 goals: Raul Neto needs to lead the team's second unit New Philadelphia 76ers point guard Raul Neto now receives his three goals for the 2019-20 season.

Zhaire Smith Hopeful To Crack Into The Sixers' Regular Rotation Philadelphia 76ers guard Zhaire Smith wants to have a bigger role and impact for the Sixers entering his second season. Smith, the 16th overall pick in the 2018 draft, sat out the majority of last season due to a foot injury and some kind of allergic reaction to sesame seeds.

Josh Richardson Excited To Play On 'The Same Side' As Sixers Fans If there's one things Josh Richardson is excited about playing for the Philadelphia 76ers, its seeing Sixers fans cheer for him. Having spent the entirety of his career on the opposite side, receiving jeers and boos, the former Miami Heat swingman can't help but be ecstatic to be on the "same side" as the passionate supporters of Philly.

WATCH: Sixers' Furkan Korkmaz lights up Greece in FIBA World Cup While most of the Philadelphia 76ers are stateside preparing for a 2019-20 season full of high expectations, Furkan Korkmaz is representing his country of Turkey in the FIBA World Cup looking to win a medal.

Zhaire Smith Has a Clear Goal for His First Full NBA Season With the Sixers Zhaire Smith is spending time in the weight room after an unfortunate rookie year and looking to secure a spot in Brett Brown's rotation. By Serena Winters.

Philadelphia 76ers: What we can expect from Kyle O’Quinn this season Philadelphia 76ers bring in seven-year veteran Kyle O'Quinn for some defensive backup behind big men Joel Embiid and Al Horford.

The Sixers' backup point guard question: What Trey Burke and… The Sixers' backup point guard question is intriguing because of the drastic difference in how Burke and Neto play.

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