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Dec 26
2011
4:01 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. The Sixers were all business on Christmas, fitting in a practice in preparation for tonight's season opener in Portland. They planned another in the morning on the left coast. As a preview today, let's take a look at what the Sixers need to accomplish on the defensive end tonight.
Dec 25
2011
12:04 AM

by Brian
Dec 23
2011
12:04 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. If you listened to last night's SixersBeat, you heard my predictions for the Eastern Conference this season. If you didn't listen, you should, but you can also see them here. Leave your own predictions, toss around ideas about the rotation, tell everyone what you hope to get for Christmas. You guys know the drill, it's pressing questions Friday.
Dec 22
2011
4:43 PM

by Brian
Dec 22
2011
2:17 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. Being young and deep should give the Sixers a big advantage over most teams during the upcoming insane 66-game schedule. With little turnover, a system in place and fresh legs, they should be able to weather stretches like the 21 games they'll play in the first 36 days of the season better than most, but there's a big problem lurking, and it's one the team did nothing to prepare for. Also, the first SixersBeat of the season, tonight at 9:30pm, Eastern
Dec 21
2011
12:04 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. Perfect in terms of record, but hardly in terms of play. The Sixers polished off their abbreviated preseason schedule with a mostly-disheartening effort against the hapless Washington Wizards, and one hell of a finish.
Dec 20
2011
5:09 PM

by Brian
Dec 19
2011
12:04 AM

by Rich
Click for full story. Well, first off I'd like to say that it's great to have another season of hoops ahead of us, even an abbreviated/crazy/jam-packed one. Even if it's still only the preseason, it's good to see actual basketball come back and not have to talk about BRI and revenue sharing.

The Sixers got off to a very good start away from the Wells Fargo Center Friday night with a 103-78 dismantling of the Washington Wizards. Truly, the game was only made as close as it was by the Wizards backups having a very strong 4th quarter against the Sixers' bench. When the Sixers' main guys were on the floor, they played like they were still mad about the two gut-wrenching losses they suffered last year in this very same building.
Dec 16
2011
2:23 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. Typically, Friday's are reserved for pressing questions, but seeing as how the Sixers have a preseason game tonight, I figured we'd combine an abbreviated PQ and our first game thread of the year.
Dec 15
2011
1:29 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. Much was made of Doug Collins history of turning teams around in his first year at the helm last year. He comes in, shakes things up, settles them down and puts wins on the board for his team. Unfortunately, that first-year turnaround was overshadowed by his departure (after three years in Chicago and Detroit, two years in Washington). Coaching has always been hard on Collins, and his style has worn on players in the past. Today, let's take a look at how his teams have performed in their second year under him, since that's pretty relevant right about now.
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Dec 14
2011
12:09 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. A few days before the preseason opener, as training camp winds down the path the Sixers new owners have chosen, at least for the short term, seems pretty clear. The team has returned largely in tact, they've made no major addition and Quin Snyder was the most notable departure. It's about time we take the pulse of the readers.
Dec 13
2011
12:09 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. It's been far too long since Doug Collins has taken the mic in front of a group of reporters after a Sixers workout. Tonight, when Doug held court, he had a few interesting things to say, one of which left me scratching my head.
Dec 12
2011
1:53 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. When Spencer Hawes accepted his qualifying offer, the Sixers officially returned everyone from last season's roster minus their starting shooting guard from opening night in 2010. If reports are to be believed, they'll have a new starting shooting guard on December 26th. Will internal improvement, a few new faces and a lineup change be enough to keep the Sixers moving in the right direction?
Dec 9
2011
5:22 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. Kate Fagan and Adrian Wojnarowski have the scoop via Twitter. Thad won't test the market, the Sixers have apparently locked him down for five years for $42M. Woj had the number first, Kate had the deal being done.
Dec 9
2011
12:01 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. At 2pm today, teams can officially sign free agents, trade players, burn money and flush millions down the tube with little to no supervision. Of course, as your all know by now, the first blockbuster has already happened, and then un-happened. A bit on that plus an actual Sixers rumor that will make you want to stab yourself in the eye with a fork to follow.
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