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.
The Sixers desperately needed shooting and they traded for one of the league’s best in the Pacers’ Buddy Hield.
The Sixers need a backup big in the wake of Joel Embiid’s injury. They reportedly have shown interest in bringing back veteran Andre Drummond.
Joel Embiid will miss significant time, but could be back ahead of the postseason. Meanwhile, the NBA trade deadline is one day away. What will Daryl Morey and the Sixers do?
Joel Embiid underwent successful surgery to address an injured meniscus in his left knee. The reigning MVP will be re-evaluated in four weeks, according to the team
Tyrese Maxey made his first All-Star team and will participate in the Three-Point Contest as part of All-Star weekend in Indianapolis.
Tyrese Maxey was sensational, setting a new career high with 51 points and leading the Sixers to their lone win on a hellish road trip.
After suffering a painful knee injury late in a loss to the Warriors Tuesday, an MRI revealed Joel Embiid that the reigning MVP suffered a meniscus injury.
Joel Embiid isn’t going to play forever. There will be plenty of time to lament the Sixers’ lack of playoff success, but you can only watch Embiid play basketball right now.
Joel Embiid never looked right physically in his return, but Furkan Korkmaz and Jaden Springer kept the Sixers in the game before they ultimately fell to the Warriors.