Found July 03, 2012 on
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In case Jrue Holiday was somewhere other than the planet earth last year, THE SIXERS did not win a championship. They certainly had a great finish to a mediocre season and we all enjoyed the ride and with that I say THANKS! Now, it is time to build for the future and that future does not include a MAX contract extension for you Jrue. It is all about the stats and his do not warrant MAX money. What does he deserve? Money that equals what he currently is. Last season, Holiday averaged 14.4 points per game and 5 assists. These decent numbers rank him 25th among NBA guards. Do we need to see or say anymore?
The expected departure of Lou Williams puts Jrue at the top in scoring on a team that can’t score. So don’t expect big money coming from the front office anytime soon. The Sixers have plenty of needs to be addressed and this is not one of them. It’s great that Holiday believes he is worth big money that could be a sign of confidence (not greed we are thinking positive). He can take t...
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Much to the relief of Philadelphia 76ers fans, 7-foot-1 center Spencer Hawes isn't going anywhere for the next two years. Hawes, who had become a free agent at the end of this past season, has agreed to terms on a new contract with the 76ers, according to multiple reports. The two-year deal is worth a reported $13 million, according to those reports. The 76ers had offered...
The Philadelphia 76ers have come to terms with Center Spencer Hawes according to reports from CSNPhilly’s Dei Lynam.
Hawes agreed to a 2-year, $13 million deal to return to the Sixers. Hawes played well last season when he was healthy, which unfortunately for the Sixers was rarely.
Spencer Hawes, the 7’1″ 24 year old averaged 9.6 points per game and 7.3 rebounds per game...
One of my lasting memories of the Boston Celtics – Philadelphia 76′ers series was thinking “How can we keep Spencer Hawes in this game.” He was terrible in that series, and Doug Collins’ insistence on using him was part of the reason why the Celtics won.
But Philly was undeterred by Hawes playing terribly in the postseason… or mediocre with some random stretches of...
The 76ers and Spencer Hawes have reached agreement on a two-year, $13 million extension.