Monday, August 3, 2020

Until next time: What we saw, and what’s next for the Hawks

The Hawks season is officially over, but the future looks bright.

The Legacy of Horace Grant Deserves More Respect

After The Last Dance painted Horace Grant as the snitch in the Bulls Locker room, Grant took to BetOnline's The Final Dance to defend his name, an opportunity he wasn't afforded by ESPN.

If Jordan had a Birthday Party, what Bulls would show?

BetOnline's The Final Dance web series gives teammates who were not afforded the luxury of sharing a story, or defending their name an opportunity to do just that. On a recent episode an intriguing topic was brought to the forefront. If Jordan had a birthday party, what Bulls would show?

Shake Milton isn’t wasting his chance to make an impact

The second year guard out of SMU is a reason to watch the Sixers continue on their road trip through California without Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons.

The Process sets a career high with 49 points against Hawks

With Ben Simmons likely going to miss significant time with a back injury, Joel Embiid needs to put the team on his back like he did Monday night.

The Sixers really need Ben Simmons

He missed his first game of the season because of back soreness and despite winning the team’s offense just didn’t look the same without him.

Brett Brown played to the Sixers strengths against the Clippers

If this team is going to make noise in the playoffs, Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid will need space on the court to do their thing.

The Sixers have a chance to move up in the standings

If the playoffs started today, the Sixers would most likely be on the road for their entire run to the NBA Finals. That could change in their last 27 games.

Joel Embiid earns starting spot at the All-Star Game

The Sixers star center has become a mainstay in the starting lineup for the exhibition game and hopefully will be joined by teammate Ben Simmons in Chicago.

Elton Brand trades for bench scoring

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