|I'm going to try to avoid sounding like a broken record tonight. It's going to be a challenge, because this team's poor performances follow such a pattern, but I'll give it a shot. First, let's focus on the positive. Andre Iguodala and Andre Miller did everything you can ask of your best players, and then some. They deserved better than a 98-91 loss to the Hornets. We'll get to the rest of the team after the jump.|
|You'd like for the Sixers to be able to recover from their most recent three-point massacre slowly, but the schedule makers had different plans. On the heels of the Magic's 15 threes, the Hornets are headed into to town tonight. In case you forgot, the Hornets scorched the Sixers for 14 of their own in New Orleans back in January. After the jump we'll take a look at the game, point out a few keys and of course, have the in-game discussion.|
|The Sixers failed to get over .500 and they lost a game, a game they really should have won, by 15 points. Not the result we were looking for. After the jump we'll look ahead, rather than back at this stinker.|
|In my breakdown of the second half I had this game as a loss. I'm going to change that prediction right now. After the jump we'll take a quick look at the stats and pick a few keys for the game. Stop by during the game for conversation in the comments section, I'll be here.|
Latest comment: from BrianI'm actually surprised I haven't seen any comments ripping Iggy for not being Chris Paul yet....
|The New Orleans Hornets are now without the services of starting center Tyson Chandler, starting power forward David West and backup big man Hilton Armstrong. Even with all three of those guys healthy, they still have absolutely no depth at the 4, nor at the 5. They have great depth at SG and SF, however. Do I smell a trade partner?|
Latest comment: from JayBallzNice idea...I like the way you think. ...
|Thank God this mini-road trip is over because I couldn't take another second-half collapse like we've seen the past two nights. Going in, I didn't expect a win. After being tied at the half, I had hope. By the end...|
|If the first five games showed the world what the Sixers are capable of when playing well, tonight's 93-72 loss to the Hornets showed everyone how ugly they're going to look when they don't.The Hornets killed the Sixers from behind...|
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