Nik Stauskas

Is Stauskas Good Enough To Be Part Of Sixers Moving Forward?
Nik Stauskas is in his second season in Philadelphia and in 2016-2017 he has improved statistically with better Field Goal Percentage (38.5 to 41.1), Three Point Shooting (32.6% to 38.2%), and Points Per Game (8.5 to 9.3).  Stauskas was drafted 8th overall in the 2014 NBA Draft and so far has not li…
Robert Covington Injures Knee in Preseason Finale
Sixers forward Robert Covington was diagnosed with a right MCL sprain with a bone bruise in his knee and is expected to miss two weeks.
 
The timing of the injury is tough for a team already short on talent, and now Covington will not be ready to start the season, which begins on Wednesday i…
Brett Brown Ready to Start his Third Season with the Sixers
Will this season finally be the one where Sixers fans can expect to see more wins on the court?
"I don't think so," Brown admitted to me on the Sports Bash.
"I think when you look at what a lot critics say, we have a very young team, we have the youngest team in the his…
Taking a Look at How Luck Enters the Sixers Plan
Wednesday’s trade — which saw the Sixers acquire Nik Stauskas, a 2018 1st round pick, and the right to swap first round picks with the Kings in each of the next two upcoming drafts — has the chance to be nothing.
Stauskas, who struggled for much of his rookie season a…

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