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To the pleasure of everyone, Philadelphia 76ers center, Andrew Bynum, showed off his new hair-do during Friday’s game against the Kings.Although this isn’t the first time Bynum has rocked braids, this new look is definitely an improvement from his only fro hair, wouldn’t you say? Will be interesting once Bynum is back on the court from his knee injuries, if he provides as...
Andrew Bynum still hasn’t played a game for the Philadelphia 76ers this season, so all we’ve been left to talk about is his knees, rehab, and hair. Luckily he’s provided us with plenty of material on all accounts. The evolution of Bynum’s hair this season has been simply amazing. First he started off with the Don King look. A month later he had transitioned into the Ike...
Andrew Bynum plans to stay true to his earlier word of returning to the NBA after the All-Star games.
USAToday reported on the injury prone center’s proclamation to return. Bynum issued the followed statements:
“To me, it doesn’t really matter when I come back. I think, giving myself a full ‘nother week of training is going to be better than trying to come back before that...
Allen Iverson wants to get back into the NBA, but is not really sure how. He teetering the line between semi-retired and unemployed player, and something has to give.
One thing that is certain is the Answers love for Philadelphia. I was blessed to witness every season Allen played here and almost every game, so I’m somewhat biased.
What is fact is that this city still loves...
76ers 92 wizards 84
1/30/2013 - Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, PA
NBA.com Game Highlights
The Wizards tried the darndest to fight their way back into the game against the Sixers but it was too little, too late. After leading in the first quarter, the Wizards let the game just slip away due to bad decision making and the inability to knock...
PHILADELPHIA - Philadelphia 76ers forward Thaddeus Young is used to playing the role of spark plug. On Friday night, he did a lot more than that, though. Young scored six of his 23 points in a decisive 17-2 fourth-quarter run, as the Sixers - who earlier frittered away a 19-point lead -- rallied to beat the Sacramento Kings, 89-80. Young also equaled his career high of 15 rebounds...
PHILADELPHIA -- All-Star point guard Jrue Holiday scored 21 points for the Philadelphia 76ers Wednesday night, but it was the contribution of others that enabled the Sixers to beat the Washington Wizards 92-84. Four other players scored in double figures for Philadelphia, paced by ex-Wizard Nick Young with 18. It was only the second time in seven games that five Sixers had scored...
This morning, Michael Lee of the Washington Post authored one of the most entertaining articles of this NBA season. The article, entitled Nick Young’s ‘swag’ going strong in Philadelphia, concisely chronicles the growth of Nick Young’s swagger from his time spent with the Washington Wizards, the team that drafted him in 2007, through his 18-point performance in Wednesday...
Thaddeus Young had 23 points and 15 rebounds, and Jrue Holiday scored 21 to lead the Philadelphia 76ers to an 89-80 win over the Sacramento Kings on Friday night.
Nick Young scored 20 points to help the Sixers win consecutive games for the first time since they had a three-game winning streak from Nov. 25-30.
They beat Washington and the Kings this week for the rare winning streak...
Wednesday, January 30th, 2013
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Wizards Projected Starting Lineup
Philadelphia 76ers coach Doug Collins has done his best patching together lineups with the team generally struggling without a couple key players.
As a result, players like Nick Young are beginning to embrace their roles.
Philadelphia reaches the halfway point of an eight-game homestand Friday night as it seeks an eighth victory in nine meetings with the Sacramento Kings.