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Mar 20
2010
3:30 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. Luol Deng and Derrek Rose are both out with injuries. The Bulls also played last night, and also lost at home to the Cavs. They've been doing their best Sixers impersonation for the better part of a month now, actually. After the jump I have one piece of advice for the Sixers, then your game thread.
Nov 15
2009
1:39 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. The effort was better tonight. The results were the same, but the effort was better. I'd say about 80% of where it needs to be, which is much better than the 30% we saw against Utah. Forget about everything we've seen throughout the first 9 games, look at this game in a bubble and it's really not that much of a kick in the stomach.
Nov 14
2009
2:35 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. After being justifiably showered with boos last night in a half-empty Wachovia Center, maybe getting away for a game is just what the doctor ordered for this lost Philadelphia Seventy-Sixers team. Maybe this trip to Chicago, as the decided underdog against a team that seems to be lost as well will be the wake-up call we've all been hoping for. Preview after the jump.
Nov 13
2009
12:41 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. All the Sixers need to accomplish to make the opening 10 games of their schedule a success in the win/loss column, if not in our minds, is to win one game in the upcoming back-to-back. Sounds simple, but the two PGs pictured above and circumstances are stacked against them. More after the jump.
Apr 15
2009
9:00 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. The good ship momentum has sailed. Even a win over the Cavs tonight isn't going to erase the memory of the past 6 games, so here's my question to you. Is it worth risking injury to over-extend yourself for an infinitesimal shot at the number 6 seed? How about this one, do we even want the number 6 seed? It's a valid question we'll tackle after the jump.
Apr 13
2009
7:25 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. The Bulls and the Pistons tip it off in about 5 minutes. If the Bulls win, the Sixers drop to 7th place, but they cannot fall any lower. If the Pistons win, the Sixers are in 6th all alone, but they can drop all the way to 8th if they lose out. Who are you rooting for? UPDATE: Thad is expected to play tomorrow vs. Boston.
Apr 9
2009
10:44 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. I'm dense. When it comes to the teams I root for, I give the benefit of the doubt way too much. I watch night after night expecting that elusive world-beating performance I've seen in the past. No matter how much evidence mounts that those games are the aberration, I keep watching, I keep waiting. Even when they're losing, I see the effort, I see the heart, and I know that performance is in there somewhere. Well, congratulations, Sixers, you've finally beaten the last shred of foolish optimism out of me. Right now, I'm ashamed to call myself a Sixers' fan.
Apr 9
2009
4:56 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. For the second time in three days, the Sixers are underdogs playing sub-.500 teams on the road. Chicago's record isn't really a good indication of the type of basketball they've been playing since the trade deadline, though. In fact, they've gone 12-1 at home since then, so being six point dogs seems more logical than insulting.
Mar 13
2009
11:38 PM

by Brian
5
Click for full story. Mike was on hand for the historic night at the Spectrum and the Sixers win that followed. Check out his first-person report after the jump.
Mar 13
2009
10:32 PM

by Brian
8
Click for full story. It was an emotional night at the Spectrum, from beginning to end. The Sixers seemed to feed off an amazing crowd. The Bulls seemed to draw on the ghosts of Bulls teams past. It went back and forth, but the right team was able to pull it out in dramatic fashion at the end, and thank whoever you feel like thanking for that. I couldn't have taken another buzzer-beater loss on this night.
Mar 13
2009
3:36 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. The Spectrum deserves to be shut down following a Sixer win, right? After the jump we'll take a look at how the Andres and Co. can bid farewell to the old building and make the Sixers legends in attendance proud.
Mar 13
2009
11:35 AM

by Brian
5
Click for full story. More than three months have passed since the Sixers last took on the Bulls. If you recall, the Bulls took the Sixers to overtime before putting them away in Chicago. After a quick start, Philly succumbed on the tail end of a home-and-home series. That team, however, is far different from the Bulls' team the Sixers will take on in the Spectrum tonight. I figured we could spare some time this morning talking about what's changed in Chicago, and what that means for the Sixers.
Dec 19
2008
9:45 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. If you've been following the comments around here, I'm sure you've seen plenty of trade speculation. I admit it, I love doing it, I love reading it. Today we're going to talk to a couple of Bulls bloggers about two trades that we dreamed up in the comments, see how they look from the other side.
Dec 2
2008
11:32 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. First things first, the only way to describe Vinny Del Negro's mullet is exquisite. Seriously, he should be coaching in the NHL with that beauty. On the court Andre Miller won this game for the Sixers, plain and simple. He...
Dec 2
2008
12:30 PM

by Brian
8
Click for full story. First things first, Kate Fagen has a post up over at Deep Sixer which touches on some of the same themes we've been discussing in the comments here. Her suggestion, change the starting lineup to this:MillerGreenIguodalaThadBrandI understand the logic to...
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