|Andre Iguodala sort of broke the news on Twitter, then Globe and Mail broke with the first report. The Sixers will apparently send Reggie Evans to the Toronto Raptors for Jason Kapono. Analysis after the jump. The Sixers have confirmed on Sixers.com.|
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|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. It's Reggie Evans' turn today. Stats, trends, highlights and lowlights after the jump.|
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|I'd like to switch gears a little bit today, remove the focus from the draft and the hunt for a head coach, and try to figure out if there's any way the Sixers can get out from under Willie Green, both Willie the player and Willie the contract. We'll explore after the jump.|
|I went into this game tracking two things for the Sixers: DiLeo's rotations and Reggie Evans' touches on offense. Take a look after the jump.|
|During the in-game discussion last night I was pretty critical of Reggie Evans and some people may have thought it was unfair. After all, he was on the court during the Sixers' comeback. I slept on it, and I don't think it's something I should apologize for. But I will explain, quickly, exactly what I think Reggie is.|
|Reggie Evans can be a disruptive force on the basketball court. I don't think there's any way to deny that. His numbers will tell you he's a great rebounder, and little else. Most statistical measures will tell you he's more of a drag on the team than a benefit. More often than not, it seems the Sixers would be better off sitting him on the end of the bench, but then every once in a while, he has a tremendous impact on a game. And now I want you to spend a second thinking about when Reggie causes the most damage (for the opponents, not for the Sixers).|
|Part three of our first half review will feature the most hotly-debated players on the team. When Elton Brand returns, this group should see a big shakedown in minute distribution. It's anyone's guess as to how that will affect the production of these guys. After the jump, we'll take a look at the splits for the Sixers' power forwards and centers, see who's been a second-half warrior in the past and make the case for more minutes for a certain rook.|
|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.|
|If it was going to happen, this was going to be the script. Keep it close through three, win it with defense in the fourth. Keep in mind this is a long series. Keep in mind that Detroit still has...|
Latest comment: from BrianI think Boney nailed Reggie's evil twin during the live blog, Kimbo Slice....
|We've now reached the first of two unacceptably lopsided match-ups, Reggie vs. Rasheed. Again, these guys probably won't spend too much time guarding each other, but going position-by-position they belong together for our purposes. Click here to catch up with...|
|We've come to expect the Sixers to slay every giant they face. Unfortunately, these teams are giants for a reason and tonight the Suns exerted themselves to put the upstart Sixers in their place to the tune of a 107-93...|
|I'm going on record right now as saying I don't want to see Orlando in the first round anymore. Tonight's 113-95 drubbing in Orlando proved what a few comments touched on earlier this week. Orlando is not a good match-up...|
|If you thought I was crazy when you read my Sixers season preview earlier today, I hope you watched tonight's game. The Sixers were up against the class of the Atlantic, on the road, with a center who missed...|
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|Finally, some Sixers news. The Sixers and Nuggets pulled off another deal today. Heading to Denver: Steven Hunter and Bobby Jones, heading to Philly: Reggie Evans and the rights to Ricky Sanchez.There are so many different ways you can judge...|
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