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Nov 24
2012
4:42 PM

by Brian
Nov 21
2012
1:20 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. Tonight's game in Cleveland is more than a trap. This is one of those games, much like the Pistons loss, where if you lose, it's going to be the worst kind of ammunition for people who want to say the Sixers are terrible. "How do you get blown out by an 0-8 team on your home court? The Sixers suck!" I don't want to be reading, "How do you lose to the Cavs without Kyrie Irving?" tomorrow morning.
Nov 20
2012
11:16 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. With the game on the line, Doug Collins decided to go with a lineup that played to his team's strength. Evan Turner and Spencer Hawes went to the bench early in the fourth and Collins went with Jrue, one big and three shooters. Spread the floor, let Jrue penetrate and kick. 28 points in 10 minutes. 7-4 on the year.
Nov 20
2012
8:21 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. Ten days ago, the Sixers used a suffocating defense, sparked by their second unit, to stifle the Toronto Raptors for their fourth win of the season. Tonight, they're going to need more of the same.
Nov 19
2012
9:16 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. I'm operating under the assumption that Andrew Bynum will suit up for the Sixers this season. I find the delay, the setbacks and the Big Lebowski reenactment all very annoying and/or troubling, but it is what it is. We're still waiting to see this team, in its entirety, on the floor. Right now, it looks like we're going to be waiting another month-and-a-half, at least. In the mean time, who they beat or how they beat them doesn't matter, just put some W's on the board.
Nov 18
2012
2:35 PM

by Brian
Nov 16
2012
8:49 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. Utah's size is a problem. A big, big problem. The Jazz sport three bigs who are leaps and bounds better at playing a big man's game than anyone who has worn the Sixers uniform this season. I'm no fan of Al Jefferson's, but after watching these first eight games, I'd gladly take him as on option for the Sixers on the offensive end. And don't get me started on Derrick Favors, it's too painful.
Nov 15
2012
7:41 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. If I told you Jrue only turned the ball over one time and went to the line nine times, how much would you guess the Sixers won by? 10? 20? In allowing the Detroit Pistons to pick up their first win of the season, the Sixers demonstrated exactly how badly they need Andrew Bynum. The Sixer bigs were an embarrassment last night, and the fact their performance stood out to me when the entire team shot 29% from the floor says something.
Nov 14
2012
8:06 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. The PPG crowd is probably over the moon with how Jrue has started the season. Even most advanced stats show a strong improvement for Jrue through the first seven games of the season. The eye test would even lead you to believe he's made a huge step, if not a leap...but those turnovers. Man oh man, those turnovers.
Nov 10
2012
6:21 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. The Sixers are looking to finish off a perfect 3-0 road trip against the new look Toronto Raptors (1-4) tonight north of the border. Let's celebrate with a game thread.
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Nov 7
2012
11:18 AM

by Brian
Oct 26
2012
8:06 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. The Sixers need Andrew Bynum on the floor to be a serious team in the Eastern Conference. They need him on the floor to have a shot at home court advantage in the first round. They need him just to be a playoff team. They probably don't need him to get off a decent start, however.
Oct 24
2012
9:01 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. 74 days after the rumor first tantalized us, 7 days before the Sixers tip off their season at home against the Denver Nuggets...today is the day when Andrew Bynum is expected to set foot on the practice floor with his teammates. Three days on, one day off, three days on, then the games count. Will Bynum be ready? More importantly, will he be healthy?
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Oct 23
2012
12:01 AM

by tk76
Click for full story. Evan Turner has been a lightning rod since he arrived to Philly. From day 1 there have been strong camps both for and against the Villain - although recently the pro-camp has shown a bit of weakening and defections. But I think people are premature in jumping off the bandwagon. It is too early to throw in the towel - way too early to put ET in the Doug-house and look to make him some other team's problem. And as a bit of disclosure, I was for drafting ET at #2, on the basis that he was the clear cut 2nd best player in his draft, although that was a bit by default as the draft appeared to be weak. And I have also been a vocal critic of his game - and particularly his lack of efficiency - for quite some time. I do not subscribe to the belief that ET is a victim of circumstance, or that he has not gotten ample opportunity to prove himself. So I've never really been on the ET bandwagon, but have been concerned recently over the growing consensus to pull the plug.
Oct 22
2012
12:00 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. Last season, over 79 games (including playoffs), Jrue Holiday played exactly 9 minutes and 57 seconds without Andre Iguodala, Evan Turner or Lou Williams on the floor with him. That's not a surprise, considering those three were a huge part of the rotation, but it's significant because this year, he's going to have the opportunity to play the Steve Nash role more often, hopefully, he'll play it exclusively when he's on the floor.
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