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Feb 4
2012
1:05 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. 36 minutes just doesn't cut it when you're playing a team like the Heat. The Sixers matched them step-for-step through three quarters. Answered every run, threw in a couple of their own, beat them at their own game, but when the Heat put their foot on the gas in the fourth, the Sixers just had nothing left in the tank. No answer at all. (game capsule)
Feb 1
2012
11:25 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. The latest in a string of demonstrative wins came over Derrick Rose and the Chicago Bulls tonight at the Wells Fargo Center, 98-82. Here's the thing about this win that should have people taking notice. The Sixers played the exact same game they've been playing all year. They used the exact same formula they've been using to kill bad teams to absolutely demoralize the Chicago Bulls. Derek Rose had no clue what to do against the Sixers defense in the third quarter. For all intents and purposes, the Bulls looked about as effective against this Sixers defense as the Wizards. (game capsule, by the way, check after the jump for the rest of the posterization above)
Jan 31
2012
1:57 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. Well, not really. The Sixers put the screws to the Orlando Magic on the defensive end for about 45 minutes tonight. It was only after Stan Van Gundy threw in the towel that the Sixers took their foot off the gas and allowed the Magic to backdoor their way into a five-point defeat. (game capsule).
Jan 29
2012
1:00 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. The Sixers impressed tonight with their play, to be sure, but what was perhaps more impressive was their energy. On the second night of a back-to-back, against a bad team, with a series of  games against strong teams on the horizon, the Sixers showed a relentless focus and put the Pistons away for their 14th win of the season. (game capsule).
Jan 28
2012
2:20 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. The Sixers followed up probably their best two quarters of basketball with twelve minutes more minutes of top-notch defense only to see their bench warmers limp to the finish in tonight's 17-point win over the Bobcats. (game capsule).
Jan 26
2012
12:08 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. If you had to pick one thing to blame for this loss, you'd have a bunch to choose from: Okur's banked three-pointer; Shawne Williams banked fifty-footer; a series of questionable whistles early in the fourth; allowing Deron Williams to get Jodie Meeks on him for the two biggest possessions of the game; Thad's injury; Hawes and Voose being out; terrible defensive rebounding in the first half; terrible ball security in the first half. Seriously, there are dozens, but one rises above the rest in my mind. (game capsule)
Jan 23
2012
10:55 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. After seeing the Sixers dismantle the Wizards for the third time in just under two weeks, I find myself wishing I had watched their win over the Thunder, because for the life of me, I can't figure out how anyone lost to that team. The Sixers came into the game without the services of Spencer Hawes and Nikola Vucevic. They came out of the game grabbing over 80% of available defensive rebounds and limiting Javale McGee to 2 points and 2 rebounds in 21 minutes of work. (game capsule)
Jan 22
2012
10:37 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. There's no shame in losing to the Miami Heat in Miami, especially not when you're short your starting center, playing against a rested team when you're on the second night of a back-to-back. There's no shame in the loss, at all, but sometimes it's not if you lose, but how you lose that defines you as a team. What we saw in the second half last night was not characteristic of this Sixers team. (game capsule)
Jan 20
2012
11:21 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. The defense was there all night. In the first half, the Hawks shot a completely unsustainable percentage on long twos. In the second half, they missed their jumpers, if they could even get a shot off, and the Sixers energy was too much for the Hawks (or anyone else) to handle. Big win to take over the #2 spot in the Eastern Conference. (game capsule)
Jan 19
2012
12:00 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. My biggest regret when I look back on this game is that we'll never get a chance to see a playoff series between the Nuggets and the Sixers. That was one of the most entertaining regular season games I can remember. My second biggest regret is the Sixers had this game, right there, and they let it slip right through their fingers. (game capsule)
Jan 16
2012
10:12 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. If you asked 100 casual NBA fans (with neither PHI nor MIL loyalties) which duo is better: Andre Iguodala/Jrue Holiday or Brandon Jennings/Stephen Jackson, about 90 of them would say the latter. 17,281 people in Philadelphia got a first hand look at just how wrong those 90 people are today. The Sixers cruised to another double-digit win over the Bucks, 94-82, on MLK day. (game capsule)
Jan 14
2012
10:59 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. Another slow start, followed by a big second quarter, a decent third and then a slow-play to the finish line. The Sixers could've played better tonight, but a 13-point win on the second night of a back-to-back is something you have to be happy with. (game capsule)
Jan 14
2012
1:33 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. It appears as though Doug Collins is as tired of slow starts as we are. Tonight, he decided to nip the problem in the bud. After only 1:44 of sloppy basketball, Collins lifted Jrue Holiday (who had already turned the ball over twice) for Lou Williams. The Sixers went on to lead the game by 10 after the first quarter and put the catastrophic Washington Generals Wizards out of their misery in a 31-point blowout. (game capsule)
Jan 12
2012
12:06 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. It was a very, very ugly game with a ton of bad shots, virtually none of the ball movement we've seen all year from this team, tired legs and a metric ton of heart, but it wasn't meant to be. The Sixers win streak was halted at six by the mostly inept New York Knicks. (game capsule).
Jan 10
2012
11:46 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. With a 10-point win over the Pacers the previous night, and a tilt with the Knicks on deck for tomorrow, the Sixers needed to put the Sacramento Kings to sleep early tonight and grab some rest. They did just that with a 27-point trouncing that wasn't even nearly that close. (game capsule).
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