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Jun 26
2014
11:09 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. Everything and anything. You know my stance, just find a way to get Wiggins, that's the only meaningful goal today, Sam. I won't even pay attention to the 20 other trades to shuffle deck chairs in the second round tonight and in future drafts. Just get your guy and realize none of your other assets matter without the lynchpin.
Jun 16
2014
4:46 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. Let the contrarian in you peek out his ugly little head. Sometimes laying waste to the guys you don't want to see in your favorite team's uniform is cathartic. Let's take a quick shot.
Jun 27
2013
11:43 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. I get it, I really do. You traded your best asset for essentially the #1 pick in this year's draft and a probable lottery pick in next year's draft. You've made the team bad...Bobcats bad. They're going to be bad for (at least) a year when it could pay huge dividends to be bad. Get worse to get better...the middle is the worst...accumulate assets. It all makes sense, I just have a favor to ask.
Jun 27
2013
8:34 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. When David Stern strides to the podium tonight to announce the Sixers selection in the 2013 draft we might get our first glimpse into Sam Hinkie's team-building strategy. Or maybe we'll just get to see how he handles a late lottery pick in a terrible draft. Either way, at least something will happen, and the stakes aren't particularly high.
Jun 29
2012
8:59 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. While the Sixers front office pats itself on the back for drafting Moe Harkless and Arnett Moultrie, two guys projected to go in the top 20, in reality they've added similar pieces to a roster in desperate need of skills these guys do not possess.
Jun 27
2012
11:55 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. On Draft Eve the Sixers lame-duck, emasculated general manager seems content with the number 15 pick, and perfectly happy to take a passive approach to the draft, so I'll do the same.
Jun 11
2012
2:32 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. The rumor mill is heating up, there's actually some exciting, possibly positive news leaking out of the front office (or being planted by same). Let's use this thread to make sense of it all.
Jun 1
2011
2:16 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. If you don't have Synergy at your fingertips, the most advanced DVR/satellite television system at your disposal or millions of frequent flyer miles and no day job to worry about, this year's draft is pretty much a complete crapshoot. Scouting reports, YouTube clips, expert opinions - there isn't much else to go on. With a dearth of information, pretty much all we have to lean on is past experience. In other words, our biases.
Jun 24
2010
5:00 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. Speak now or forever hold your peace. Vote in our final #2 draft pick poll after the jump. Live blog coming at 6:30.
Jun 23
2010
5:20 PM

by Statman
Click for full story. Phil Jasner wrote an interesting article today about the Sixers' drafting in recent years. While the concept of the article was good and the back story that he provided for each pick was illuminating, I thought there were problems with his evaluation methodology. To evaluate how good an NBA draft pick is, one has to take into account who was available when the team drafted, how happy the team is (in hindsight) with the pick, and where the player would be picked today if the draft were done over. After the jump, I'll give my thoughts.
Jun 23
2010
1:18 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. Turner, Favors, Cousins, maybe a trade? As we all know, the Sixers hold only one pick in tomorrow's NBA draft, albeit a sweet pick. But after the first ten minutes, the biggest question will be answered. After the jump, let's talk a bit about what could happen after that fateful trip to the podium.
Jun 22
2010
2:01 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. When mock drafts everywhere were updated, my e-mail, Twitter account and the comments here were flooded with questions about the number four pick. The Nets seem to be wavering on who they will pick at number three, meaning Derrick Favors may be available at number four. After the jump, I'll talk a bit about what this could mean for the Sixers.
Jun 21
2010
12:28 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. To me, things were looking up when I left for vacation. The team was far from a finished product, obviously, but we were told as fans that things would be turned around quickly under Doug Collins. A couple weeks later, let's take a look at where the team stands.
Jun 17
2010
12:00 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. The summer of anticipation continues to unfold. We're left with one week before the Sixers will make their decision. Have I changed my mind? Check after the jump, leave your thoughts in the comments and vote in the poll.
Jun 9
2010
12:50 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. I think there's basically zero chance Washington passes on Wall with the #1 pick, but I do see a scenario where Wall could fall to the Sixers. Explanation after the jump.
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