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Jun 28
2010
2:06 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. The Sixers brass will probably sit down several more times over baby back ribs to discuss the team's needs and direction before the summer is out. Will they make any personnel changes? More importantly, will they be improvements?
Jun 22
2010
2:01 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. When mock drafts everywhere were updated, my e-mail, Twitter account and the comments here were flooded with questions about the number four pick. The Nets seem to be wavering on who they will pick at number three, meaning Derrick Favors may be available at number four. After the jump, I'll talk a bit about what this could mean for the Sixers.
Jun 17
2010
10:17 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. I've had some time while driving around Portland to gain some perspective on this Dalembert trade. Some deeper thoughts, and what I hope will be a comprehensive look at the entire story after the jump.
Jun 10
2010
12:27 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. If the goal is to get into the playoffs A.S.A.P. (which I don't think it needs to be), this trade should do the trick. Details after the jump.
Jun 5
2010
8:37 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. Prior to the draft, trading options are severely limited. Free agents, restricted or otherwise, cannot be traded. Players with ETOs or player options cannot be traded. Teams who will have millions in cap space this summer can't use a dime of it until after July 1st. Of course, there are always exceptions, and that's what we'll talk about after the jump.
Apr 27
2010
1:26 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. Let's say the rumors are true and Larry Brown is brought in to be the basketball Messiah for the Sixers in the coming hours, days or weeks. Whether you're pro-Larry or not, one thing is for sure. When he's given the reins he will make at least one head-scratching trade. After the jump, let's see if we can guess who he'll target.
Dec 1
2009
8:12 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. Eddie Jordan is the Sixers' coach. He's got his system, he's got his idea of the type of players who fit that system. Until he's no longer the coach, he's going to utilize this roster to fit his system. This means, among other things, that guys who may be perfect fits in other systems aren't going to be as useful for the Sixers, even though other teams may value their services. There are four ways this situation can go, we'll examine after the jump.
Nov 10
2009
11:52 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. We're seven games into the season and I'm already looking at salaries, the CBA and potential trade partners. Probably not a great sign. After the jump, let's see if we can work something hypothetical out for Tracy McGrady.
Jun 23
2009
9:22 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. Chad Ford's Draft Buzz column has been a must-read for a while, for laughs if nothing else. Yesterday, one item in particular caught my eye. Details after the jump.
Jun 9
2009
2:21 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. Andre Iguodala sort of broke the news on Twitter, then Globe and Mail broke with the first report. The Sixers will apparently send Reggie Evans to the Toronto Raptors for Jason Kapono. Analysis after the jump. The Sixers have confirmed on Sixers.com.
May 7
2009
9:37 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. This edition of crazy trade ideas that will never happen features a deal with the Sacramento Kings that would bring us a coveted shooter at the two guard, but leave us without a center. Let's take a look after the jump.
Feb 26
2009
4:38 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. Dean H., a season-ticket holder and reader here, attended a lunch with Ed Stefanski earlier today. Here's his report from the Q&A session Stefanski had with the loyal fans.
Feb 13
2009
1:08 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. ESPN has the scoop, Jermaine O'Neal to the Miami Heat for Shawn Marion and Marcus Banks. You can officially cross Miami off the list of teams who may have cap space this summer.
Jan 20
2009
5:46 PM

by Brian
Click for full story. The New Orleans Hornets are now without the services of starting center Tyson Chandler, starting power forward David West and backup big man Hilton Armstrong. Even with all three of those guys healthy, they still have absolutely no depth at the 4, nor at the 5. They have great depth at SG and SF, however. Do I smell a trade partner?
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