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Jun 22
2011
2:50 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. Ken Berger has some great details from the NBA collective bargaining agreement negotiations, and there's finally a number we can work with. The preliminary number for a salary cap, or "target salary" as they're calling it, is $62M. Where does that leave the Sixers?
Jun 21
2011
1:57 PM

by Brian
Jun 21
2011
1:23 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. This time last year - actually, even as recently as a couple of months ago - I was dreading July 1, 2011. The day the lockout would most likely begin. The owners, the players and David Stern have been on a collision course with a work stoppage for a couple of years now and my biggest fear was a lost season. Now, I'm literally counting the seconds until we can get this lockout started. I'm thinking of having a party.
Latest comment: from GoSixers
I have really weird timing...
Jun 20
2011
2:19 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. Rod Thorn, the man who drafted Michael Jordan, stole Jason Kidd from the Phoenix Suns, rid the Sixers of Willie Green and signed Johan Petro to a 3 year/$10M deal less than a year ago. Until further notice, he's the guy with his finger on the button for the Sixers. How confident are you in the direction he's taking this team?
Jun 18
2011
1:00 AM

by Brian
Jun 17
2011
12:37 AM

by Rich
Click for full story. How many European players have the Sixers drafted? What are the Sixers doing to scout international players? Rich takes an in-depth look at those two important questions and more for us to help shed some light on the upcoming draft.
Jun 16
2011
2:42 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. Through Iguodala's injuries, Jrue's ups and downs, Hawes' futility and Turner's disappointments, the Sixers had one constant this season to rely on. Mr. Philly Max himself, Elton Brand. The big man is up in our prediction vs. performance series today.
Jun 15
2011
12:20 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. I talked a bit a few weeks back about what I look for in particular players when the draft rolls around (an uncanny skill or a tremendous physical advantage). Today I'd like to touch on what I want the Sixers to get out of this draft, and why.
Jun 14
2011
12:00 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. The man of the hour is non other than the exit-interview skipping, rumor mill grist, scourge of Philly.com (AKA the best player on the Sixers), Andre Iguodala. Let's take a look at how his on-court performance measured up to my preseason predcitions.
Jun 13
2011
12:00 AM

Click for full story. Statman returns with a heavy heart to breakdown Andre Iguodala's performance in 2010-2011 versus every other starting small forward in the league. Be sure to check out his work on Jrue's numbers from last week. Check out the numbers and discuss. Iguodala's prediction vs. performance will land tomorrow.
Latest comment: from emtmess
ove the Chilli's reff....
Jun 11
2011
1:39 AM

by Brian
Jun 10
2011
4:54 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. Since it seems like everyone who's in favor of trading Andre Iguodala for Monta Ellis views Ellis' superduper scoring ability as more valuable than Iguodala's all-around game, I thought I'd do a little math exercise to see exactly how much Monta's 24PPG would've helped the Sixers this past season.
Jun 10
2011
2:37 AM

by Rich
Click for full story. This past week, the Sixers have been a hot topic not only in Philadelphia, which is a stranger circumstance than an outsider would think. They have made news worthy of coverage from outlets such as ESPN, SI.com, CBS Sports, and many other places with a national audience. Too bad I'm more worried than ever about this team, much more than a month ago.
Jun 9
2011
2:03 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. Not Doug Collins, not Evan Turner, not Andre Iguodala, not the pending sale, not Spencer Hawes. Not any of those people/things. If you want to hang your hat on something, if you want something to look forward to, some possible light at the end of the tunnel for our Philadelphia 76ers, only two words fit right now: Jrue Holiday. He's up today in our P vs. P series
Jun 8
2011
2:07 AM

Click for full story. Statman returns with an update to his mid-season point guard rankings column. The focus here is how Jrue Holiday measures up against the other starting point guards in the league, now we have a full season's worth of data to analyze. Check it out.
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