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Nov 11
2013
2:58 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. The charade of a 4-3 start will most likely be shattered tonight when Brett Brown's old team comes to town. The Spurs won't be surprised by anything the Sixers try to do, they wrote the book. Expect light minutes for Duncan, Ginobili and Parker, and a lopsided score when all is said and done.
Jan 21
2013
8:23 AM

by Brian
Jan 5
2013
2:41 PM

by Brian
Mar 25
2012
2:11 PM

by Brian
Feb 9
2012
1:33 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. For the second consecutive game, a stout Western Conference opponent found a way to exploit the hidden underbelly of the Sixers defense. The Spurs didn't expose the Sixer bigs on the glass, instead they put their cement feet on display for all to see by running pick-and-roll after pick-and-roll. Jrue didn't even resemble the PG who's been shutting down opponents with regularity as he tried to go under, over and around a series of picks from big men on nearly every possession and failed more often than not while his bigs proved to be more of hindrance than a help. (game capsule).
Feb 8
2012
5:17 PM

by Brian
Feb 12
2011
1:20 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. After every crushing loss, I find myself asking "Why put yourself through this?" Games like this are the answer. The Sixers held the Spurs to 25 points in the second half tonight, and even though they couldn't throw the ball in the ocean for long stretches, their defensive intensity never wavered. They took every punch the Spurs threw, got up and punched back. Easily the best win of the season.
Feb 11
2011
5:29 PM

by Brian
Feb 11
2011
2:42 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. The San Antonio Spurs are in the middle of what has to be the easiest rodeo tour in the history of rodeo tours. The trip started with games at Portland and at LAL, it ends with a game at Chicago on the 17th. In between, the Spurs play at SAC, DET, TOR, PHI (tonight), WAS (tomorrow) and NJN. Six straight games against sub-.500 opponents. The schedulers really do like to make the rich richer. Hopefully, the Sixers can throw a wrinkle in what should be an extremely successful trip for a juggernaut of a team.
Nov 14
2010
2:06 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. Are the Spurs better than the Sixers? Yes, obviously. Are they 30 points better than the Sixers? Probably not, but when you add in the extra rest for SAS and the back-to-back for the Sixers, maybe they are. Are the Sixers as bad as they played tonight? No. Will I now stop asking myself questions and then answering them? Possibly.
Nov 13
2010
6:59 PM

by Brian
Nov 13
2010
1:39 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. As if it wasn't bad enough that the Sixers will be finishing their second back-to-back of the week tonight in San Antonio, the schedule makers also decided to make the Sixers play against a San Antonio team that hasn't played a game since Wednesday night.
Feb 20
2010
1:30 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. I have no idea if the glow will last. I have no idea if the Sixers will come out flat tomorrow night against the Bulls. I'm not sure if there's a way to recreate it, but for about 18 minutes of game time tonight, the Sixers actually resembled a team. The catalyst? Sam Dalembert, and he couldn't even watch the results in person.
Feb 19
2010
5:45 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. Unless you consider Jodie Meeks the savior this team needed, the Philadelphia 76ers team that takes the floor tonight will be the same one the Miami Heat thoroughly embarrassed on Tuesday. Will the stability of knowing they won't have to move to a new city settle the nerves of the players? Will that stability breed consistency on the floor? Or will the realization that they're stuck on this team, with this coach lead to more apathy? Preview and game thread after the jump.



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