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Mar 18
2012
12:03 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. The Sixers had every opportunity to put the Bulls away early tonight, but they failed to do so. When you give a good team, at home, a second life, they're going to make you pay for it more often than not. Tonight, the Sixers handed a game to the Bulls. (game capsule).
Mar 17
2012
4:55 PM

by Brian
Mar 16
2012
11:17 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. After playing three halves of what was entirely unrecognizable as Sixers defensive basketball, Philly's spine finally showed up in a big way for the second half tonight against the Miami Heat. Unfortunately, the hole they dug for themselves was way too deep and they couldn't help but shoot themselves in the foot a couple of times late in the game. (game capsule)
Mar 16
2012
5:00 PM

by Brian
Mar 16
2012
2:35 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. The Sixers entered an extremely tough trio of games on Wednesday night against the Pacers. They entered needing to pick up one win in the three, then laid an egg against the Pacers. That throttling left them the enviable task of picking up a win either tonight, against an irate Miami Heat team, or tomorrow night against the Bulls squad that incensed the Heat on Wednesday. A tall order, indeed.
Mar 15
2012
11:04 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. According to several reports, the Sixers have acquired Sam Young from the Memphis Grizzlies for the rights to Ricky Sanchez. This is hardly a move which will elevate the Sixers to contender status, but Young is a useful player who they got on the cheap, and he fills a need (though not a glaring need).
Mar 15
2012
1:00 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. Pretty much every strength the Sixers rely on to overcome their terrible big man rotation failed them tonight. Plus, their terrible big man rotation was predictably terrible, led by Spencer Hawes, circa 2010. (game capsule).
Mar 14
2012
5:00 PM

by Brian
Mar 14
2012
1:57 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. The Indiana Pacers are currently percentage points ahead of the Sixers in the standings. That margin means everything once the playoffs start. Even if the Sixers win the Atlantic Division and are guaranteed no worse than the #4 seed, they could still be a road team in the first round of the playoffs if the #5 seed has a better record. A win tonight would give the Sixers a one-game lead on Indy and a 2-0 advantage in their head-to-head games (with 2 left to play at the end of the season). Must. Win.
Mar 13
2012
2:03 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. We've all been fooled before. It's only three games. They haven't faced a well-rested, solid defense yet. There are countless reasons to resist the temptation to sell out, to buy in, to believe what we've seen since Evan Turner was unleashed. Keep them all in the back of your mind while you read on, because right now it's time to start asking ourselves what if this is truly legit.
Mar 12
2012
12:53 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. It was certainly a great day at the Garden. The Knicks had absolutely no answer for the Sixers, on either end of the floor. The only time in the second half the Knicks even came close to competing was when their "superstars" were glued to the bench. A trend that can't be considered coincidence in NYC anymore. Game four of the Evan Turner Experience was another roaring success. Great road win. (game capsule).
Mar 11
2012
1:21 AM

by Brian
Mar 10
2012
2:18 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. Contrary to their usual pattern, the Sixers used a consistent offensive attack throughout the game and a late defensive surge to put another double-digit victory on the board over the Utah Jazz tonight. (game capsule).
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Mar 9
2012
5:20 PM

by Brian
Mar 9
2012
1:49 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. Way back on the eve of New Year's Eve, the Sixers blew a big lead to the Jazz in Utah. The shortened season was in its infancy, no one knew what to expect from the Sixers this year and the manner in which they lost was far too reminiscent of the failures of 2010-2011. After that game, the Sixers would go on a tear, putting the late/close failure out of our minds...until the same problems reared their ugly heads recently. Tonight, the Sixers have a chance to overwrite their first big failure of the season and build upon the momentum gained from humiliating Boston on Wednesday.
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