HOME TWITTER FACEBOOK RESOURCES ROSTER SCHEDULE ARCHIVES CONTACT TICKETS

Search Results for Basketball


Search this site:

15 result(s) displayed (436 - 450 of 2556):

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.
Latest comment: from Dollar Bill
Prior post intended for Rich....
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.
Dec 8
2011
2:22 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. Ric Bucher has the scoop on several rule changes, points of emphasis for the refs and new rules. One interpretation in particular should be dubbed "The Blake Griffin Rule" as it's main purpose is to stop this from happening. A bit of analysis to follow.
Dec 6
2011
7:08 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. The schedule is out, and the Sixers will open the season in Portland on boxing day. Their West Coast trip lasts five games and features a back-to-back, a tough one, going from Utah to Golden State for their typical New Year's Eve game (my wife is thrilled about this). More on the schedule after the jump.
Dec 6
2011
2:10 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. Dwight Howard to Chicago. Chris Paul to New York. Dwight Howard and Chris Paul to the Lakers. The rumors are everywhere, the writers are chomping at the bit for even the slightest morsel of insider info, and our beloved Sixers, well, they're wondering if a moose would make a good mascot.
Latest comment: from GoSixers
um, so was i i almost always am...
Dec 4
2011
5:35 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. Here's one that could shake things up on the floor without (a) breaking up the "young core" or (b) taking on any long term money. How does this starting lineup grab you: Jrue Holiday, Jodie Meeks, Andre Iguodala, Josh Smith, Elton Brand?
Latest comment: from The Greek
No I don't count that as a good trade....
Dec 2
2011
1:39 AM

by Brian
Dec 1
2011
12:09 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. The Sixers have a new ownership group, they sent Ed Stefanski packing, they've lowered ticket prices, put Hip Hop out to pasture and their new CEO is on Twitter talking to fans. Every indication points toward the new owners being a different animal entirely from the complacent Comcast group lead by Ed Snider, but for some reason, I'm just not sold. Not yet, anyway.
Nov 30
2011
1:18 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. After turning our attention from the lockout to the amnesty clause to free agency, it's finally time to look at something on the court. Assuming the Sixers don't make any big moves in the next 3.5 weeks, the starting lineup is set at PG, SF and PF. The center position will probably be a lesser of several evils deal, which leaves us with the two.
Nov 29
2011
1:13 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. Way back in May, before the owners and union crushed our souls, it was apparent the Sixers biggest decision this offseason would be what to do with Thad Young. Thad is a restricted free agent, he was a big part of the team's improvement/success last season, he was the team's fastball off the bench, their scoring punch, their instant mismatch. He did basically everything that was asked of him and Doug Collins seemed to fall in love. Now it's time to put emotion aside, assess the new reality of the NBA and figure out what this guy is worth
Previous 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 Next


Movable Type search results powered by Fast Search