I’m Paul Hudrick and I’m a Sixers Insider for 97.3 ESPN. I spent the last two years on the Sixers beat and have been covering Philly sports for the last six years. I’m a South Jersey native and a proud graduate of Rowan University. I'll have the latest news with the team on-air and on 973ESPN.com.
Observations from Sixers’ Win to Clinch No. 1 Seed
The third time was the charm as the Sixers crushed the Magic to clinch the East's No. 1 seed. Here are observations from the win.
Tyrese Maxey’s Growth Should Excite Sixers Fans
Tyrese Maxey may or may not earn playoff minutes, but the 20-year-old rookie has already shown signs of growth that should excite Sixers fans for the future.
Sixers Outlast Pelicans, Inch Closer to One Seed
It was ugly but the Sixers outlasted the Pelicans Friday night at the Wells Fargo Center and inched closer to clinching the one seed.
Recognizing Danny Green’s Impact as Sixers Close in on Top Seed
While there is a lot of credit to go around as the Sixers close in on the East's top seed, don't forget about veteran Danny Green's impact.
Sixers’ Bench Comes Alive in Another Laugher vs. Hawks
Dwight Howard and the Sixers' bench allowed the starters to take another four quarter off in another laugher vs. the Hawks Friday.
Ben Simmons, Sixers Run Shorthanded Hawks Off the Floor
Ben Simmons got the Sixers off to a fast start and they never looked back in a laugher against the shorthanded Hawks Wednesday night at the Wells Fargo Center.
Ben Simmons Returns as Sixers Crush Lowly Thunder
Ben Simmons returned from a four-game absence as the Sixers crushed the lowly Thunder to snap their losing skid.
How George Hill’s Presence Changes Sixers’ Lineups
While George Hill's Sixers debut wasn't especially memorable, he showed how his presence could change the way Doc Rivers uses certain lineups.
Embiid Dominates Again as Sixers Outlast Clippers
Joel Embiid looked like an MVP candidate yet again as the Sixers outlasted the Clippers Friday night at the Wells Fargo Center.
Embiid Dominating, Harris’ Knee, More Takeaways from Win vs. Nets
Joel Embiid dominated (again), Tobias Harris' lingering knee soreness, and more takeaways from a Sixers' win that was a little too close for comfort.