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Nov 25
10:21 AM
by Brian
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Click for full story. One man has been exposed as a vile human being for his hateful comments and business practices as a slumlord. Another has been lauded for his forward-thinking management and shrewd business decisions. Donald Sterling is a pariah, and rightfully so. Josh Harris is heading in that direction in some circles, and worshipped in others. One thing the two men have in common is the path on which they took their franchises.

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Oct 27
9:19 PM
by tk76
Click for full story. In Brian's temporary absence, I'm putting up this article to start a new discussion thread, as things bog down a bit on some browsers after 500+ comments.  In the blogs honor, I'll steer away from my typical pro-Hinkie apologetic blather and try and post something a bit more cutting...
Aug 24
12:42 AM
by Brian
Click for full story. At the end of June in 2007 I was walking the streets of Dubrovnic looking for an internet cafe so I could find out who the Sixers would take to help the franchise bounce back from the Allen Iverson trade. Thad Young wasn't the name I was expecting to read, but the news certainly didn't ruin my vacation. Over the next seven years in Philly, he'd reach the playoffs four times and keep his chin up as the team was torn down to the studs around him. Nothing but the best in Minny, Thad. The return for their best (remaining) player? Questionable.
Aug 2
12:47 AM
by Brian
Click for full story. Assuming the Sixers are done shaping their roster, the starting lineup on opening night will probably look something like Carter-Williams, McDaniels, Thompson, Young and Noel. Swapping Wroten in for McDaniels is also a possibility, but I'm hoping that's a long shot. Let's take a close look at what we can expect from either of those lineups, and maybe identify some opportunities for players to surprise this season.
Jul 12
11:53 PM
by Brian
Click for full story. Orlando is in the books. Up next, Las Vegas. The Sixers are dealing with some injury problems with KJ McDaniels on the shelf. The coaching staff is treating Nerlens Noel very carefully. The free agent dominoes are falling in a big way, will the Sixers sit out the frenzy completely or find a way to get involved?
Jul 3
1:48 AM
by Brian
551
Click for full story. If you've been around at all recently it's painfully clear what I think of the Sixers organization right now. As I drudge through the Hinkie idolatry in the comments every day, my blood boils. I become more reactionary and bitter by the day, so here's my attempt to separate emotion from logic and state my case. My guess is it will fall on deaf ears, but what the hell.


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