Found February 06, 2013 on
The success that Boston sports teams have enjoyed in recent years has had the unfortunate effect of driving up ticket prices a bit. The Philadelphia 76ers do not have that problem, as one Sixers fan proved Wednesday night.
The fan, who goes by the Twitter handle @mleif, purchased a full row at the Wells Fargo Center — that’s 18 tickets — for just $0.04 cents per seat on StubHub. He did get hit with a few service charges, but the whole bill still came out to under 11 dollars. That’s a good thing for this fan, since 17 of those seats remained unoccupied during the Sixers’ 88-69 loss to the Pacers.
Check out the ultimate example of bargain shopping in the tweets below:
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Jason Richardson suffered torn cartilage in his right knee recently, and yesterday it was confirmed that he would need to undergo surgery. Unfortunately for Richardson and the Philadelphia 76ers, the surgery will force the 32-year old out of the lineup for the rest of the season. Marc Spears of Yahoo! Sports confirmed the surgery yesterday.Sixers guard Jason Richardson will miss...
The Philadelphia 76ers received some disappointing news yesterday. Small forward Thaddeus Young will miss at least three weeks with a strained hamstring. He has a Grade I strain, which is the lowest grade a player can suffer, but it will still keep him on the bench for quite some time.According to Bob Cooney, beat writer for the 76ers, the injury was announced yesterday afternoon...
Philadelphia 76ers general manager Tony DiLeo said crabby, and shady, center Andrew Bynum is entering the “most critical part” of his rehab. “When he practices, bangs, jumps, moves — that’s really the most critical part,” said DiLeo, 57. “We’ll just … Continue reading →
Thaddeus Young is out three weeks with a hamstring strain. Sixers coach Doug Collins hinted Monday night that Young would "be out for a while."
An MRI revealed Tuesday that Young suffered a Grade 1 strain, the least severe, 76ers beat writer Jason Wolfe reported. A Grade 3 strain would have been a complete tear of the muscle.
So Young is on the better side of his...
Philadelphia 76ers guard Jason Richarson will undergo season-ending knee surgery next week, according to Yahoo Sports' Marc Spears.
J-Rich will be out six to nine months after the surgery.
Richardson played 33 games, averaging 10.5 points, 3.8 rebounds, 1.5 assists, 1.2 steals and .4 blocks in 28.4 minutes. This is a huge boost to Nick Young, who has been on a tear in...
Jason Richardson's potentially season-ending knee surgery is bad news for the Sixers, but potentially good news for Dorell Wright.
Wright's minutes have been erratic, but he played 30 minutes Wednesday, finishing with a fantasy-friendly line of nine points (4-8 FG), a three, eight rebounds, three assists, a steal and two blocks.
Keep in mind that in his last two games...
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The Philadelphia 76′ers have had an uneven season. The center piece was supposed to be Andrew Bynum but he has yet to suit up for a game this season. Right now he’s targeting after the All-Star break – next week- that doesn’t mean there still isn’t some excitement happening. check out this 360 dunk from Nick Young during Sixers vs. Magic.
Jrue Holiday is fatigued, and so the Sixers went out and got him some help, I guess. The Star Ledger is reporting that the 76ers have signed guard Jeremy Pargo to a 10 day contract.
Shelvin Mack’s second 10-day contract had expired Wednesday night, and the team didn’t want to sign Mack for the remainder of the season, nor handicap themselves towards the trade deadline.
As if the Sixers front line wasn’t thin enough, they will now have to play 3 weeks without starting power forward, Thaddeus Young who is averaging 15 points and 7.4 rebounds a game. He has been diagnosed with a Grade 1 hamstring strain.
According to the Philadelphia Inquirer:
A 76ers spokesman said that forward Thaddeus Young has a Grade One left hamstring strain and will likely...
If Thaddeus Young is back three weeks from Tuesday, he will have missed seven games for the Philadelphia 76ers.
The biggest fear of Andrew Bynum's doctor is that he suffers a bone bruise.
Well they've done it again.
The Sixers have signed Jeremy Pargo to a 10-day contract, the team announced today in a press release. No corresponding move will be required, as the team had several open roster spots after deciding not to re-sign Shelvin Mack when his second 10-day deal expired.
The backcourt problems of the 76ers are continuing to become a problem for the Wells...