|The first half was just pure punishment doled out by the Sixers on the Kings. The second half was punishment for all Sixers fans still watching. All told, they needed a win, they got the win and they didn't have to sell their souls to get it. Not a bad night.|
|As Sixers fans we've dealt with the highest of the highs and the lowest of the lows. This team is maddeningly streaky, capable of beating the best and losing to the worst. Not only that, but their performances seem contagious. Hot shooting begets hot shooting. Winning begets winning. And unfortunately, losing begets losing. After the jump we'll talk about what they need to do break their current string of sketchy play.|
Latest comment: from BrianWhy not dream big?...
|The headline is the biggest takeaway from this 34-point massacre. As currently constructed, this Kings team is putrid. They have a few bright spots, I was impressed by their two young bigs, Spencer "Hee" Hawes and Jason Thompson.After the jump...|
|The Sacramento Kings are heading into town tonight and with them comes their leading scorer (for the moment) John Salmons. Salmons was the Sixers' first-round pick in 2002, the year after they made their run to the finals and...|
Latest comment: from BrianI see him draining a three at the buzzer and just smiling ear to ear as he walks off the court. ...
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