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Philadelphia 76ers point guard Jrue Holiday, the team's leading scorer, will miss Friday's game against Indiana and probably will be sidelined for a few more games because of a sprained foot sustained on Wednesday, CSNPhilly.com reported Friday. Holiday played more than 40 minutes against the Bulls and scored 26 points, but does not know exactly when the injury occurred. "I remember mid-third quarter I felt it, but I really don't know," he told CSNPhilly.com. "The rest of that game I felt it a little here and there, but it didn't affect the way I played." Holiday leads the team in scoring (18.4 points per game), assists (8.9) and minutes played (38.5).
BEST OF MAXIM
The Philadelphia 76ers have one of the biggest injury stories in the league. They don't want more. Andrew Bynum has not yet played a game for his new team thanks to bad knees. Now, the 76ers are dealing with Jrue Holiday and a sprained foot. According to Marc Narducci of the Philadelphia Inquirer, Holiday underwent an MRI that revealed a left foot sprain. He will be...
The Philadelphia 76ers reportedly are looking for a new center. Andrew Bynum's knees have kept him out all year, so they may want someone to take his place.
WHAT A WORLD
Police in Philadelphia have released graphic surveillance video of the shooting of a Bulls fan that occurred in a subway after the 76ers-Bulls game on Wednesday.
Andrew Bynum sure seems comfortable in Philadelphia, as evidenced earlier this week when he opted to wear slippers sans socks at a hotel bar before heading to a local upscale Gentlemen’s Club, Penthouse Club Philadelphia, for some late night entertainment:
According to the photographer, @DamePeriod: “Nah yo. Bynum gotta die b. He got on house slippers and no socks at the bar...
Two Chicago Bulls fans bragging about the team’s win over the 76ers on Wednesday night were shot in Philadelphia after arguing with two other people while riding on a train.
It’s been quite a day for Andrew Bynum yesterday. He was at the Penthouse Club wearing a white long-sleeve shirt (see photo below), which was uploaded to Instagram. Now we see Bynum in the same shirt wearing slippers and no socks to the bar (see photo above). I guess he is just trying to relax…
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When the Philadelphia 76ers dropped their second straight
loss to the Chicago Bulls on Wednesday night, and their fourth game in their
last six, the team revealed their biggest weakness that they face with Andrew
Bynum being sidelined. In crunch time, against competitive opponents, the
Sixers’ offense becomes very stagnant and ineffective. And, with...
Starting with the health of their top playmaker, the Philadelphia 76ers have some concerns as they head into one of the toughest portions of their schedule.
It might not be the best time to face the Indiana Pacers, who are coming off a historic defensive performance.
The 76ers will try to get off to a strong start with 12 of their next 15 games on the road as they visit the defensive...
Philadelphia 76ers could not close out the Chicago Bulls Wednesday night at
home despite 26 points from Jrue Holiday and, surprisingly, outrebounding the
Bulls 44-39. The Bulls dominated the charity stripe (24-26), played solid
defense, and took care of the basketball. Here are a few observations from the
and Turner continue to provide...