Paul Hudrick has been covering the Sixers as a writer, reporter, podcaster, on-camera personality and analyst since 2016. He is currently the Editor-in-Chief at Liberty Ballers, and is also a credentialed reporter covering Sixers games and practices. He graduated from Rowan University with a bachelor's degree in journalism. His work has previously appeared at outlets such as NBC Sports Philadelphia and 97.3 ESPN. He lives in South Jersey with his wife, son and fur son.
Kyle Lowry is a six-time All-Star and will surely have his No. 7 retired by the Raptors. He returns to his hometown for one reason: help the Sixers win.
Kyle Lowry and Nick Nurse both seemingly took the high road after Pat Bev came at the Sixers on his podcast.
From pushing Tyrese Maxey to be more aggressive to allowing newcomer Buddy Hield to show off his entire game, Nick Nurse has empowered the Sixers’ players.
Nick Nurse and Erik Spoelstra both coached Kyle Lowry during NBA Finals runs. Both coaches were in agreement on what the Philly native brings to the table.
In what will likely be the first of many All-Star games, Sixers guard Tyrese Maxey seemed to enjoy every minute of it.
Tyrese Maxey was huge in the fourth, Buddy Hield was good throughout, but Ricky Council IV came out of nowhere to help the Sixers beat the Wizards.
The Sixers have reportedly signed Philly native and Villanova product Kyle Lowry off the buyout market.
Buddy Hield and Cameron Payne both gave the Sixers an offensive spark, but the team still couldn’t quite overcome being down four starters in a loss to the Hawks.
Now that the NBA trade deadline has passed, here are five players that could be options for the Sixers in the buyout market (plus one that feels like it’s going to happen).