Josh Grieb is a writer and credentialed reporter currently covering the 76ers. He’s been a contributor at Liberty Ballers since 2021. He graduated from Temple University with a bachelor’s degree in journalism, where he worked at the student outlet The Temple News
Buddy Hield has looked good as a starter while De’Anthony Melton has been out. What should the starting lineup look like when the Sixers are at (mostly) full strength?
With Joel Embiid recovering at home, Tyrese Maxey will be the Sixers’ lone representative at the All-Star game in Indy — something the 23-year-old takes seriously.
After a great offensive start to the game, the Sixers struggled to score for the rest of the night against Miami’s zone and dropped their final game before the All-Star break.
The Sixers, still ravaged by injuries, went into Cleveland and beat the red-hot Cavs Monday night.
Tyrese Maxey came on late in his return and Ricky Council IV gave the Sixers huge minutes to help the team end its four-game skid against the Wizards.
Daryl Morey on Friday talked about Joel Embiid’s possible return, acquiring Buddy Hield and the two surprising trades he made.
Buddy Hield and Cameron Payne made their Sixers debuts, but they were still down four starters and never stood a chance against the Hawks.
Buddy Hield and Cam Payne will both be available for the Sixers Friday night against the Hawks.
A day before the trade deadline, the shorthanded Sixers were beaten down once again, this time by the visiting Warriors.