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Jun 29
2011
2:08 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. With less than 48 hours remaining until a probable lockout, there really isn't a whole lot to do but sit around and wait. The lockout is a mixed blessing in my view, for a couple of reasons, but let's spend the day talking about what things might look like when the dust settles.
Jun 28
2011
12:47 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. We're now roughly 71 hours away from a lockout. The players' union basically thumbed their noses at the owners' latest proposal and didn't even bother to submit a counter-proposal. There doesn't appear to be any way this lockout will be averted. Forget the union for a second, and let's talk about what this lockout means for the players who will essentially be rudderless for an indeterminate period of time.
Jun 27
2011
12:00 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. As I'm sure you've all heard by now, Doug Collins plans to crisscross the country this week to meet with his players prior to the lockout, which will probably begin at the strike of midnight, Friday. Today, let's try to figure out what he'll have to say to each of his guys.
Jun 24
2011
11:02 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. The Sixers got the guy they targeted all along, I guess that much isn't up for debate. Of course, they may have taken him 20 picks too early, and they were debating whether to trade up to get him when no one else seemed even remotely interested, but that's beside the point. They got their guy. Let's see what the media has to say about the pick.
Jun 23
2011
10:41 PM

by Brian
Jun 23
2011
6:20 PM

by Brian
Jun 23
2011
8:04 AM

by Brian
Jun 22
2011
9:38 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. Sam Amick drops two Andre Iguodala trade rumor bombshells tonight. One: Andre Iguodala for Lamar Odom and possibly Ron Artest. Two: Andre Iguodala for the number two pick in the draft from Minnesota. My thoughts to follow.
Jun 22
2011
2:50 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. Ken Berger has some great details from the NBA collective bargaining agreement negotiations, and there's finally a number we can work with. The preliminary number for a salary cap, or "target salary" as they're calling it, is $62M. Where does that leave the Sixers?
Jun 21
2011
1:57 PM

by Brian
Jun 21
2011
1:23 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. This time last year - actually, even as recently as a couple of months ago - I was dreading July 1, 2011. The day the lockout would most likely begin. The owners, the players and David Stern have been on a collision course with a work stoppage for a couple of years now and my biggest fear was a lost season. Now, I'm literally counting the seconds until we can get this lockout started. I'm thinking of having a party.
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I have really weird timing...
Jun 20
2011
2:19 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. Rod Thorn, the man who drafted Michael Jordan, stole Jason Kidd from the Phoenix Suns, rid the Sixers of Willie Green and signed Johan Petro to a 3 year/$10M deal less than a year ago. Until further notice, he's the guy with his finger on the button for the Sixers. How confident are you in the direction he's taking this team?
Jun 18
2011
1:00 AM

by Brian
Jun 17
2011
12:37 AM

by Rich
Click for full story. How many European players have the Sixers drafted? What are the Sixers doing to scout international players? Rich takes an in-depth look at those two important questions and more for us to help shed some light on the upcoming draft.
Jun 16
2011
2:42 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. Through Iguodala's injuries, Jrue's ups and downs, Hawes' futility and Turner's disappointments, the Sixers had one constant this season to rely on. Mr. Philly Max himself, Elton Brand. The big man is up in our prediction vs. performance series today.
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