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Aug 27
2009
8:58 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. A couple of articles got caught by my filter over the past couple days about Lou Williams' confidence in stepping into the role of starting point guard, and e-mailed to me by loyal readers (thanks Dean). One blurb in particular caught my eye. Basically, Lou said he's going to be playing 30-35 minutes per night. I'm sure I realized that would be the case, but I hadn't really thought about it. Nor had I thought about how the minutes will be doled out at the guard positions. After the jump, I'm going to try to make an educated guess and see how Jrue fits in.
Jun 18
2009
8:51 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. After the jump I'm going to show you guys a comparison of two players through their first four seasons in the league. The numbers are cumulative for the four seasons. One of the players is Lou Williams, I'm going to let you guys guess who the other player is. I'll check in around lunch time with the answer.
Jun 6
2009
9:25 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. On Friday, we talked about the Sixers assumed plan to play Iguodala, Thad and Brand at the three, four and five, respectively. That leaves two open slots. Coach Jordan made it clear there need not be a point and a shooting guard, the Princeton offense runs with just a pair of guards, regardless of designation. After the jump, we'll take a look at the situation, and possible solutions.
May 3
2009
12:59 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. It's time to take a look back on the 2008-2009 season, and assess how each player performed. More importantly, though, I want to pay close attention to how the pieces on this young team progressed. First up is Lou Williams. Stats, trends, highlights and lowlights after the jump.
Apr 20
2009
1:54 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. I'm not quite ready to turn the page to game two prep yet, I'm still running that game one finish over and over in my mind. I left a few key points out of the recap, so here are some bullets to get your day started.
Apr 2
2009
10:57 PM

by Brian
2
Click for full story. If the big question was who would step up in Thad Young's absence, the simple answer was just about everyone. In particular, Lou Williams and Donyell Marshall who led a fierce second-half comeback against the weary Bucks en route to a 105-95 win.
Mar 23
2009
1:16 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. After reading the intro to Bernard Fernandez's piece on Philly.com this morning, I had to take a very deep breath.
Mar 7
2009
11:16 PM

by Brian
3
Click for full story. Let's say the karmic basketball gods gave the Sixers this one in return for the Devin Harris game and move on. If not for the monster run the team put together late in the fourth quarter, this game would've been a loss, a tragic, back-breaking loss. I'm still trying to figure out how the Sixers allowed Memphis to shoot 56.4% from the floor. I'm trying to figure out how Marc Gasol and Mike Conley both went off for career highs. I watched every second, and I really can't answer either question. After the jump we'll take a quick look at this close win.
Mar 4
2009
12:21 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. I do not like what I'm reading about a game of telephone between Coach DiLeo and Lou Williams.
Latest comment: from Mike
ivey is a worse shooter than ollie? ...
Feb 27
2009
1:12 PM

by Brian
2
Click for full story. Over the past two games the Sixers have played against the Knicks, a theme has emerged. At some point in both games, Nate Robinson and Lou Williams started jawing at each other. This trash talking was then followed by each player trying to take the game over for his team. While it's certainly entertaining to see a Napoleanic complex displayed in hi-def, this is not a measuring contest that favors the Sixers and it's something that needs to be kept in check.
Feb 9
2009
1:37 PM

by Brian
0
Click for full story. The answers to your pop quiz: Player A was Lou Williams in 2007-2008, player B was Lou Williams in 2008-2009, Player C was Willie Green in 2008-2009. OK, so it was a bit of a trick question, but there's a reason behind it. After the jump we'll talk about exactly how bad Lou has been, and I'll say something I never, ever thought I'd say.
Jan 20
2009
3:45 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. It just so happens that the actual mid-way point of the season was yesterday's loss to the Mavericks. The good news, for us, is that we have four off days to take a look back and evaluate this team and its players over the first 41. Today, we'll take a look at the guards, tomorrow the wings, Thursday the bigs and then Friday we'll tackle the team as a whole.
Jan 9
2009
9:10 AM

by Brian
3
Click for full story. It's been about a week, so I figured we're overdue to introduce a new worksheet. What I'm striving to do here is keep track of some stats you won't find anywhere else. Stats that, I hope, will give us a glimpse into what's working and what's not working for this team. Today, we'll take a look at what I'm going to call the Favorite Targets worksheet, a full explanation and methodology after the jump.
Dec 20
2008
1:28 AM

by Brian
8
Click for full story. Tonight's game was marred by poor rebounding and porous defense through the first three quarters. For once, though, this team's shooting, particularly from three, made up for their lapses in the other areas. Amazing.
Dec 17
2008
9:32 PM

by Brian
5
Click for full story. If you haven't heard, the Sixers were dealt a potentially deadly blow in the third quarter tonight. Elton Brand went down with a dislocated shoulder. I'll have more on that later, for now, let's talk about this come-from-behind win and how the bench carried the Sixers to the win.
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