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Jan 10
2013
8:12 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. Apathy is infectious. Most game days, I can't wait to get home, I rush through dinner and sit down to watch the game. Last night, I took my time. As tired as the Sixers seemed against the Nets, as much as they didn't seem to care, well, it took it's toll. Unfortunately, after about five minutes of the Raptors game, I wished I'd taken a later train. There was nothing enjoyable about watching the Sixers last night, nothing at all.
Jan 9
2013
8:23 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. Over the past six-plus weeks, the Toronto Raptors have posted an unimpressive 10-14 record. What is impressive, is the dramatic swing the team took from horrid to great within that stretch. They lost an impressive 12 of 13 games early on, then won 8 of 9 later. They're currently riding a 2-game losing streak as they wait, rested, for this beleaguered Sixers team in Toronto.
Jan 8
2013
8:24 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. The trip is over. The excuses are gone. The Sixers will play 13 of 15 on their home floor now, beginning tonight against the surging Brooklyn Nets. It's time for them to translate effort into wins if they're going to remain in the playoff hunt.
Jan 6
2013
7:36 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. With their maddeningly, disgustingly predictable 2-6 road trip behind them, the Sixers sit five games under .500 heading into what remains of the New Year. An update on Andrew Bynum is supposedly in the works for tomorrow, let's say a Valentine's Day return is the best case scenario. Where could/should/will the Sixers be by then?
Jan 5
2013
2:41 PM

by Brian
Jan 4
2013
8:20 AM

by Brian
Jan 3
2013
8:18 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. With the same energy they displayed in dispatching the Lakers on Tuesday, the Sixers would've cruised to a win in Phoenix last night. But that energy was nowhere to be found. In its place, a team who coasted through long stretches of the game with this false sense of security. This unfounded belief they would be able to turn it on late to pull out a win. They couldn't.
Jan 2
2013
8:23 AM

by Brian
Jan 1
2013
5:01 PM

by Brian
Dec 31
2012
9:21 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. 2012 could've been better, could've been worse as a Sixers fan. We had the high of 13 tough playoff games. We had the low of the early summer personnel moves followed by the high of the Bynum trade then the low of the Bynum injury. Looking back, you can't help but wonder what could have been. Looking forward? Well, let's talk about it.
Dec 29
2012
8:05 PM

by Brian
Dec 28
2012
8:45 AM

by Brian
Dec 27
2012
12:50 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. Way back in the beginning of October that the Sixers would play their first 29 games of the season without a single minute from Andrew Bynum, how many wins would you have predicted they'd have by this point? So knowing the roster, knowing how players had performed in the past, knowing the pieces they gave up, pieces they acquired, where would you think they'd be right now? Vote in the poll, thoughts in the comments.
Dec 26
2012
1:37 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. The Memphis Grizzlies and the second or third-best perimeter defender in the league await the Sixers tonight for the second game of the Ice Capades trip. Jason Richardson is out, which leaves Doug Collins with a decision for his starting lineup.
Dec 23
2012
4:42 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. Part one of the "hold on until Bynum hits the floor" strategy is to remain as close to .500 as possible for as long as possible. Part two is to steal as many games as you can from teams you'll be chasing for playoff position. This afternoon's game in Brooklyn is a prime example. The Sixers' first trip to Brooklyn features a game which falls into both categories.
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