Found May 01, 2012 on
CHICAGO- If the Philadelphia 76ers were to put tonight’s performance into song The Heavy’s “How You Like Me Now?” would be the runaway favorite.
They got utterly stomped on in Game 1 of this series and were witness to Chicago’s misfortune of losing Derrick Rose for the remainder of the year.
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If 76ers guard Jrue Holliday tried to sell you his jersey, would you buy it from him? Jrue recently went undercover at a Modell's sporting goods store in Philadelphia in an attempt to sell his jersey to unsuspecting fans.The one thing that we learned from this clip, Holliday needs to work on his salesmanship:
Jrue Holiday scored 26 points, Lou Williams added 20 and the Philadelphia 76ers beat Chicago 109-92 on Tuesday night to even their first-round series in the Bulls' first game since Derrick Rose's season-ending knee injury.
The superstar point guard received a standing ovation and waved to the crowd as he limped onto the court to present the game ball, then watched from a...
In case you were looking for the NBA playoffs dunk of the night, it came courtesy of Philadelphia's Andre Iguodala who threw down this vicious slam on Chicago's Loul Deng. The 76ers would go onto take game two of the series by the score of 109-82:
The life as a salesman is not for Philadelphia 76ers player Jrue Holiday.
Jrue Holiday recently tried his hand as a Modell’s Sporting Goods salesman and failed miserable. The 76ers point guard had better luck selling Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Roy Halladay’s jersey than his own basketball apparel. Admitting that standing around all day and peddling sporting goods may...
Jrue Holiday scored a game high 26 points, Lou Williams came off the bench and added another 20 points and the Philadelphia 76ers outscored their hosts the Chicago Bulls by 22 points in the third quarter on their way to beating the Bulls 109-92 Tuesday night at the United Center. The Sixers shot a red-hot 59% (46-78) from the floor for the contest with six players in double figures...