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Beyond The Buzzer:
Doug Collins said he’s willing to discuss trading for a bench scorer to boost the team’s struggling second unit.
“Would I?” Collins said. “Yeah. I would. Can I? I don’t know.”
Collins said he and Sixers management talk regularly about personnel. Of course, if Andrew Bynum doesn’t play at all this season, a bigger priority before the Feb. 21 trade deadline might be trying to acquire a big man.
via Philly Burbs
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Philadelphia 76ers center Andrew Bynum has yet to play a game for the team, but he was seen playing pop-a-shot at a local Dave & Buster's Wednesday night, apparently trying to keep his skills sharp. Here's the proof, courtesy of @Lackey13:
Here is another photo (via @Chanitaaa):
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Doug Collins would like to add a scorer off the bench.
Andrew Bynum took time away from the bowling alley to visit a Dave & Busters on Wednesday where he brushed up on his shooting skills while playing Pop-A-Shot. That’s according to a few Twitter tipsters who shared the news with Philly sports blog Crossing Broad. At least angry Philly fans can’t say he’s not working hard on his game while he rehabs.
Another Twitter user...
For those of you wondering what Philadelphia 76ers center Andrew Bynum has been up to, he's still rehabbing from that injured knee.Some 76ers fans spotted the big fella at a local Dave & Busters working on his shot at a Pop-and-Shot arcade game:(Courtesy of Ball Don't Lie)
There has finally been an Andrew Bynum sighting taking basketball shots! The only issue is that the sighting was at a Dave & Busters and it was Bynum shooting on a Pop-A-Shot. You have to start somewhere, right?
@crossingbroad Bynum playing pop a shot at Dave and Busters…he didn’t make too many twitter.com/Lackey13/statu…
— Lackey (@Lackey13) December 6, 2012
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Turner drove past Courtney Lee and tossed up an off-balance, right-handed shot for a 95-94 lead with 3.9 seconds left. Boston guard Rajon Rondo slipped and his ankles buckled on the last possession...
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Celtics came up with a big win tonight, 92-79 over the Philadelphia
76ers. The teams have played 3 times in the first 20 games, and Boston
is definitely starting to get under the 76ers fans' skin. After giving
up a huge early lead, Philly fans quickly begin hating on the Celtics
and ripping the referees. They grew particularly frustrated with KG. If
PHILADELPHIA -- Rajon Rondo picked up another triple-double, but the Philadelphia 76ers picked up the win. Evan Turner, despite missing nine of his previous 10 shots, swished a 13-foot jumper with 3.9 seconds left in overtime to lift the Sixers past the Boston Celtics, 95-94, Friday night at the Wells Fargo Center. "I was just trying to get to my sweet spot on the court...
The Boston Celtics came up short against the Philadelphia 76ers last night 95-94 after Evan Turner sealed the deal with a 10-foot jumper with three seconds left in overtime.
This time around Doc Rivers’ team is home. Boston needs a lot to go right to get a victory against Doug Collins and company.
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Before meeting the Boston Celtics Saturday night, one day after beating them by one point in overtime, Philadelphia 76ers coach Doug Collins said his team should be better-prepared to meet for the second time in as many nights.Collins pointed out the specific amount of minutes the Celtics big names have played, using their long careers as basis for his theory: “There’s no reason...