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Feb 5
2013
4:57 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. Standing on the weak side, with his man a few feet away, waving his arms wildly in the air as if he's open. Holding his hands out at his sides, begging for a foul while the other team is busy converting his turnover into a transition hoop. Shoving someone out of the way after they've dunked on him so he can retrieve the ball and pass it inbounds. Pointing fingers when he's in the wrong spot on the defensive end and his man gets an easy look. Raise your hand if these things seem like Evan Turner's signature moves.
Feb 4
2013
8:24 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. After somehow overcoming John Wall's "improved" jumper and DeMarcus Cousins' "dominant" offensive game for their first pair of back-to-back wins this year, the Sixers will turn their attention the Nikola Vucevic-led Orlando Magic tonight in search of three straight. Another game they should win, and another game they really need if their goal is to remain in touch with playoff contention until Andrew Bynum can get back on the court.
Jan 29
2013
9:09 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. There's no shame in splitting a pair of games against the Knicks and Grizzlies. There is, however, shame in the defensive effort the Sixers put forth last night, and blowing a 17-point lead. Anyway, they need to shake it off and focus, because the schedule is smiling on them over the next seven days, and they need to take advantage.
Jan 28
2013
8:33 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. The Sixers look to make it two in a row tonight in Philly against a disadvantaged Memphis squad. The Griz lost at home to the Hornets/Pelicans last night, and they also lost their starting point guard, Mike Conley, to a sprained ankle.
Jan 26
2013
12:18 PM

by Brian
Jan 25
2013
8:31 AM

by Brian
Jan 24
2013
11:51 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. Yes, the bottom-feeding scourge of the sports blogging world, fake trades. With the team spiraling out of control, Bynum's return hopefully looming, but not before a handful more losses pile up and a weird three-day rest period, why not?
Jan 22
2013
9:00 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. Watching this team can be maddening, at times. Over the past two games, they've played basically 48 minutes of quality, hard-nosed defensive basketball (entire second half + overtime against Toronto, entire second half minus a five-minute stretch vs. San Antonio). Against the bad team, one half was enough. Against the good team, it wasn't. Against Milwaukee tonight, they aren't going to have the legs to make a big comeback.
Jan 21
2013
8:23 AM

by Brian
Jan 18
2013
10:27 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. That first half was the ugliest half of basketball I've seen in nearly two weeks, since the Sixers last got hammered by the Raptors. The second half and overtime? Yeah, that was pretty.
Jan 18
2013
8:24 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. With Shelvin Mack in hand and a couple days of practice under their belts, the Sixers will look to right a wrong tonight at the WFC. Nine days ago, they laid down in Toronto and let the Raptors have their way with them. They better stand up.
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Jan 16
2013
8:30 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. Inconsistency is not this team's problem. Their big men are consistently soft. Their starting small forward is consistently overmatched and petulant. Their offense consistently depends on one guy to do everything, and everyone else to take low percentage shots. This team built a dominant defense around an extreme strength last season. This year, that strength is a glaring weakness...consistently.
Jan 15
2013
8:28 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. The Sixers will look to build their win over the Rockets on Saturday into a streak tonight against the New Orleans Hornets in Philly. The Hornets probably aren't as bad as their 11-26 record would indicate now that they've got their full team assembled, but they're still a team the Sixers should be able to handle on their home floor.
Jan 14
2013
7:05 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. The Sixers put their practice time to good use in between the Toronto loss and the Houston win. One change they made seemed designed to serve two purposes: Keeping their legs fresher and limiting the wide-open looks from three their opponents had been getting.
Jan 12
2013
12:34 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. For the first time in about a month, the schedule will favor the Sixers when they take the floor tonight against the Houston Rockets. Houston lost a close game to the Celtics in Boston last night, James Harden (40) and Jeremy Lin (36) both played heavy minutes. No time like the present.
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