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Feb 7
2009
10:08 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. The bench was dreadful against the Pacers on Thursday. They very nearly cost the team a win against a sub-.500 team. Tonight, they made up for it by carrying the team to a win over Miami, who they're chasing in the playoff race.
Feb 5
2009
11:13 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. The Sixers played an inferior team at the Wach tonight under tough circumstances. They lost Elton Brand for the season earlier in the day, they were coming off a buzzer-beater loss to the Celtics and an epic offensive collapse to the Nets. To say they needed a win would be a gross understatement. Their starters showed up ready to dominate. Their bench did not. Ultimately, Tony DiLeo put the guys who really wanted it on the court when it mattered most and they brought it home.
Latest comment: from Brian
Yeah? He openly supports Willie, huh?...
Feb 3
2009
10:14 PM

by Brian
9
Click for full story. Unforgivable. That's the only way to describe the final possession. Sixers up by two, 6.8 seconds left on the clock and Ray Allen gets a wide-open look at a three from the corner for the win. Absolutely unforgivable.
Jan 31
2009
11:30 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. It's extremely hard to give away a 17-point lead while playing strong defense, but somehow, it happened tonight. It's nothing short of a tragedy that the Nets walked out of town with an 85-82 win.
Jan 31
2009
6:20 AM

by Brian
6
Click for full story. It shouldn't have taken a strong final four minutes to put away the Washington Wizards, but it's good to know they're capable, and it's great to see Andre Iguodala leading the charge.
Jan 29
2009
12:03 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. In the first half, the Sixers turned the ball over 14 times. They allowed Houston to grab 9 offensive rebounds, a rate of 33%. Thad Young grabbed two rebounds the entire half. The Sixers were held to 18 points in the second quarter. It was almost an unwatchable half of basketball. The only highlights came from Elton Brand, who blocked 6 shots. How, you may ask, did a start like that turn into the biggest win of the season (thus far)? Check after the jump for the answer.
Jan 27
2009
12:37 AM

by Brian
8
Click for full story. 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.
Jan 24
2009
11:54 PM

by Brian
5
Click for full story. If you're going to pick one area of the game to be horrible at against the Knicks, three-point defense is probably the only one that could kill you. The Sixers played with fire tonight and nearly lost a home game they absolutely couldn't afford to lose.
Jan 19
2009
7:33 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. Yes, their winning streak was snapped at seven games today when Dirk Nowitzki sank the dagger jumper at the buzzer pictured above, but that's not really the streak I care about. This winning streak began after the Sixers battled the Spurs and lost on a last-second prayer by Tony Parker, and now it's been brought to a halt by the same from Dirk Nowitzki. Both shots sting, but neither takes away from the quality basketball the Sixers are playing.
Jan 18
2009
10:55 PM

by Brian
0
Click for full story. It was a trap game. They got trapped. Then they still won by 10 points, on the road. That says something about this team, possibly even more than a home win over the Spurs by 20+ points.
Jan 17
2009
8:00 AM

by Brian
5
Click for full story. That calm, proud feeling you've been overcome with for the past hour or so doesn't happen often, so enjoy it. A feeling like this only comes from a perfect game from your beloved team, against a powerhouse, that results in a blowout.
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Nice win...
Jan 14
2009
10:56 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. Go ahead, say it out loud. The Sixers are back. We've all been waiting, holding our breath that the turnaround wasn't fool's gold. We tried to pick apart their wins with excuses like "They haven't played anyone good," "They were missing x player." Well, these past two wins have me convinced, the Sixers we saw in the second half of last season are back. In fact, the team we're watching right now is probably better than they were heading into the playoffs last season.
Jan 11
2009
8:59 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. The fourth win of four straight turned out to be the most impressive of the group. On the road, in Atlanta in front of hundreds of rabid Hawks fans, the Sixers took it to a 22-13 team and never let up. The Sixers put forth maximum effort for 48 minutes and literally ran the Hawks right out of their own gym.
Jan 9
2009
11:01 PM

by Brian
4
Click for full story. You should beat the Charlotte Bobcats at home. That's just a fact. This is a game the Sixers should have won, and they did. If you're going to make the playoffs, you can't have letdown games, especially at home. So the win isn't the big news. The streak of three is more important. The quality of play over the past 6 or 7 is even bigger.
Jan 7
2009
10:57 PM

by Brian
5
Click for full story. How good is Andre Miller? When guarded by D-League-caliber defenders (like Luke Ridnour) he shoots with his eyes closed. He's that good.
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