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The Sixer Sense Mar 28, 2019

Philadelphia 76ers: Zhaire Smith, Shake Milton aren’t playoff options

The Philadelphia 76ers won’t deploy their 2019 draft picks in the postseason, and that’s okay. All season, the Philadelphia 76ers‘ primary weakness has bene the bench. Even after upgrades at the trade deadline, questions remain about whether or not the bench can sustain itself in the postseason. Mike Scott, James Ennis and T.J. McConnell are […] Philadelphia 76ers: Zhaire Smith, Shake Milton aren’t playoff options - The Sixer Sense - The Sixer Sense - A Philadelphia 76ers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
The Sixer Sense Mar 27, 2019

Philadelphia 76ers: Shake Milton is an upgrade over T.J. McConnell

With a strong G-League season under his belt, Shake Milton looks like the Philadelphia 76ers’ long-term backup point guard. The Philadelphia 76ers‘ bench has been a topic of discussion all season, with a busy trade deadline not completely solving the second unit’s periodic ineptitude. Arguably the most talented starting five in the East is, at […] Philadelphia 76ers: Shake Milton is an upgrade over T.J. McConnell - The Sixer Sense - The Sixer Sense - A Philadelphia 76ers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Liberty Ballers Mar 25, 2019
Ben Simmons out with stomach issue; T.J. McConnell to start, Shake Milton to see action tonight

Ben Simmons out with stomach issue; T.J. McConnell to start, Shake Milton to see action tonight

Ben Simmons will miss tonight’s contest against the Orlando Magic with a stomach issue. Per a tweet from the voice of the team, Marc Zumoff of NBCS Philadelphia, T.J. McConnell, on the day of his 27th birthday, will get the start in place of the second-year Aussie and 2019 All-Star out of LSU, as Simmons deals with gastroenteritis. In addition, James Ennis III will miss this game with a right quad contusion. According to Keith Pompey of the Philadelphia Inquirer, Shake Milton and Jonathon Simmons will see some action this evening. The absence of B. Simmons is...
The Sixer Sense Mar 24, 2019

Philadelphia 76ers should experiment with Shake Milton down stretch

The Philadelphia 76ers, now free of G-League restraints, should experiment with Shake Milton as the season winds down. With the G-League season now complete, the Philadelphia 76ers can play both Shake Milton and Haywood Highsmith without restriction. Both are signed to two-year, two-way contracts, but Milton is especially deserving of an opportunity this season. Assuming […] Philadelphia 76ers should experiment with Shake Milton down stretch - The Sixer Sense - The Sixer Sense - A Philadelphia 76ers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

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