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Apr 5
2008
2:11 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. Tonight's 109-104 win in Atlanta not only locked up a playoff berth for the Sixers (their first in three years), but it also catapulted the Sixers into fifth place in the conference. It's great to have the playoffs locked down....
Mar 9
2008
6:50 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. The Sixers outclassed the Milwaukee Bucks in every imaginable way today en route to a 119-97 win. This one was over in the first quarter, and the Sixers cruised to their fourth straight win, 12th in their last 15 games.Thad...
Mar 5
2008
5:16 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. Here's a quick excerpt from Bill Simmons' latest 30,000-word pseudo mailbag over on ESPN.I believe this will eventually end up being considered a good draft because of three potential franchise guys (the top-three ... and, yes, Horford is that good),...
Feb 20
2008
9:55 PM

by Brian
4
Click for full story. Don't let the 124-84 final score fool you, this game was not that close. If you ever needed a visual representation of two teams heading in opposite directions, watch the tape of this game.I stand by the statement I made...
Feb 19
2008
3:25 PM

by Brian
5
Click for full story. When Thad Young was inserted into the starting lineup I began talking about the little differences, the slight edges he gives to the team by being on the floor. One thing I noted was the fact that after made shots,...
Feb 9
2008
10:06 PM

by Brian
3
Click for full story. Before we get into tonight's 101-80 win over the Clippers, a history lesson. Our very own Reggie Evans and the Clippers' center Chris Kaman have a special relationship going back to Evans' days in Denver. Here's a quick visual for...
Feb 2
2008
12:40 AM

by Brian
3
Click for full story. I sat down with my pen and notepad to watch the Sixers play host to the Magic tonight, like I usually do. I had a couple of ideas as to what trends I would try to follow throughout the game....
Jan 15
2008
11:48 PM

by Brian
5
Click for full story. Hubris brought on by watching a gutsy, come-from-behind win? Probably. But still, that's how I feel right now. After watching the Sixers dominate the Rockets tonight (albeit without McGrady) for the final 14 minutes of the game, I'm high on...
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Stop inserting logic into an argument Brian!...
Jan 14
2008
12:27 PM

by Brian
2
Click for full story. Well, I guess beat writers should be a week or two late to the party, otherwise we wouldn't have anything to make fun of them for. Phil Jasner's latest Earth-shattering piece talks about the strides Thaddeus Young has made in...
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You are correct, co-MVP. ...
Jan 9
2008
9:14 PM

by Brian
6
Click for full story. The Sixers played a spirited first half in Toronto tonight, but the tail of the this particular back-to-back proved to be too much for this young team. Toronto pulled away in the third and cruised to a 109-96 win, dropping...
Jan 6
2008
10:20 PM

by Brian
5
Click for full story. I'm assuming every newspaper, Web site and blog out there will have some derivation of the headline I chose for this post after Allen Iverson dropped 38 on the Sixers tonight, leading the Nuggets over Philly 109-96. Iverson really did...
Jan 5
2008
1:06 AM

by Brian
0
Click for full story. Usually I can fool myself into thinking the Sixers have a chance to come back well into the fourth quarter, even when they're getting blown out. Tonight was the rare occasion where the game was decided at half time. The...
Dec 29
2007
12:36 AM

by Brian
0
Click for full story. Sometimes it pains me to listen to the opposing team's announcers when watching the Sixers on my DirecTV League Pass. Tonight was one of those nights. The Sacramento announcers spent 48 minutes talking about how bad the Sixers are and...
Dec 22
2007
10:33 PM

by Brian
3
Click for full story. It's often said that the fourth quarter belongs to the stars. It's a basketball cliche, but time and time again, it's proved to be true. If tonight's game is any indication, Andre Iguodala has arrived. Iguodala struggled through the first...
Dec 12
2007
11:04 PM

by Brian
3
Click for full story. ESPN.com has a new feature they're touting today in which David Thorpe from Scouts Inc. rates the rookies in the NBA and gives a glimpse into his thoughts on their futures and development so far. The Sixers' rooks, Jason Smith...
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