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Nov 25
9:45 PM

by Statman
Click for full story. Thanksgiving is a day for expressing gratitude for the blessings of life. Meanwhile, the Sixers have the second-worst record in a 30-team league and are coming off an excruciating loss and a blowout to two below-average teams. So the following is a challenge rather than an exercise (not unlike writing a paragraph without using the letter "e"): come up with ten Sixer-related items for which you can be thankful. But to make it extra-difficult, there are some rules.
Latest comment: from sfw
First time since when? LB? agree!...
Nov 25
1:39 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. Happy Thanksgiving everyone. Forget about basketball, and the Sixers in particular, for the day. Enjoy some football, food, friends and especially family. We'll return to our normally scheduled programming on Friday.
Nov 22
12:55 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. From mine to all of yours, nothing but the best on this wonderful Thanksgiving day. Since it is, after all, a day of giving thanks, a quick post to remind us what we have to be thankful for in the...
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