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What 76ers Head Coach Brett Brown Brings to the Table

For those of you who are not familiar with new Head Coach Brett Brown, I will help you as we take a look at his career resumĂ© and how he will help the Philadelphia 76ers in the future: Brett Brown  In 1994 he was named Coach of the Year as he won the championship in […]

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Philadelphia 76ers vs San Antonio Spurs: Preview and Prediction

On Monday, The red hot San Antonio Spurs (32-11) come into Philly riding a 4-game winning streak. Meanwhile, the Philadelphia 76ers (17-23) are struggling to stay alive in the playoff race and are looking to steal a win Monday night. The Spurs are coming into this game led by star point guard Tony Parker, who […]

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Sixers’ Road Woes Continue, Fall to Spurs: Recap and Analysis

The Philadelphia Sixers (15-20) played the final game of their 8-game road trip against the San Antonio Spurs (27-9). The Spurs are a well-experienced team and have been amongst the the best in the Western Conference. The Sixers were not able to overcome them, as they lost 109-86. There are a few things that could’ve […]

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Moving Forward and Looking Back

The first half of the shortened 2011-12 NBA season is officially in the books and at 20-14, the Philadelphia 76ers are in first place by three and a half games in the Atlantic division and are currently the 4th seed in the playoffs. Despite their status atop the division, number-one ranked defense, and first All-Star […]

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Sixers Rip Irving-less Cavs

After losing two straight home games to the Spurs and Clippers, the Sixers (19-9) wanted no part of a three-game losing streak. And that was bad news for the short-handed Cavaliers (10-16). Jrue Holiday scored 20 points as the Sixers rolled over the Cavs 99-84 on Saturday night. The Sixers had six players that scored […]

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CP3’s Fade-away puts Sixers Away

On Friday night, in front of a full crowd that was including me, the Sixers struggled against “Lob” Angeles Clippers. They could not muster a run or enough energy to excite themselves or the Wells Fargo Center itself. You would think that Andre Iguodala, who was selected for the All-Star team, would try and prove […]

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The Sixers hung around all day, but Tony Parker's 37 points prevented them from overcoming the Spurs. San Antonio won 100-90.

Parker leads Spurs Over Sixers

After starting out the “Death Row” 4-1, the Sixers (18-8) lost to the Spurs Wednesday night. The Sixers have beaten Orlando, Chicago, and Los Angeles at home and Atlanta on the road, but have lost to Miami and now San Antonio. It was a tough loss for the Sixers, seeing as the Spurs are probably […]

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Lou, 76ers ruin Kobe’s Big Night

The Los Angeles Lakers were visiting Philly in front of another sell-out crowd at Wells Fargo Arena. With the words “Beat L.A.” coming out of 20,000 fans, Lou Williams had one of the best performances of his career, scoring 14 of his 24 points in the fourth quarter which ultimately beat the Lakers, spoiling Kobe […]

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Sunshine/Overcast: Week 6

Certain teams are on the rise, and others seem headed for overcast weather. Aging teams seem to be finding their second wind, and other don’t. Sunshine filled teams: Phoenix Suns, Houston Rockets, Detroit Pistons Phoenix Suns Finally, it seems like the Suns can finally catch their breath after having many long weeks. This week, Steve […]

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NBA Power Rankings of Week 5

RANK(LW) TEAM RECORD EXPERT COMMENT 30 (30) WAS Wizards 4-16 Can’t beat the unfathomable upset of OKC for shock value, but it really can’t be looked at as anything more than a temporary distraction in a lost season. 29 (28) CHA Bobcats 3-18 The Bobcats’ best games all season, apart from a thriller in Miami, […]

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Sunshine/Overcast: Week 5

After another interesting week where Boston again can’t win, Miami are blowing leads again, and the Bulls are still without Derrick Rose, we’ve seen many younger teams step up and earn some sunshine throughout the week. However, some teams have just given up hope, giving them some overcast weather and possibly some rain or even […]

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W2W4: January 22-28

The NBA season seems to be in full swing, officially. Star players have been coming into their own, not excluding LeBron, Kobe, and Chris Paul who have all come on strong. Great matchups seem to lurk at every corner, whether it involves two high-profiles teams or two surprising contenders. Let me show you which games […]

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