Found April 17, 2012 on
You better believe it.The Sixers and Pacers are said to be similar teams. Deep, balanced, no superstar, and pretty good.Up until last month I had believed that the Sixers were the better squad, but the Pacers have surprised by rising while the Sixers have spluttered.Awesome.
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Andre Iguodala had a little fun toward the end of the 76ers 103-87 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers Wednesday night. He pulled a little prank on guard Lou Williams that had Williams on the floor. Check it out…
76er Andre Iguodala pulls the chair out from under team mate Lou Williams. Lou goes boom.
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Former NBA analyst Doug Collins, currently coaching the Philadelphia 76ers, is heading back to the broadcast booth. Collins will serve as an analyst for the 2012 London Olympics on NBC, the Philadelphia Inquirer reported Saturday. The assignment will be the first for Collins since he left TNT to return to the coaching ranks in 2010. A familiar face on television, Collins served as...
We've tried our best to keep you updated on the latest news regarding NBC's plans for their Olympic coverage. Already AA has told you about NBC Sports' plans to air record coverage of Olympic events from London and U.S. Olympic Trials this year. And, unfortunately, we've also told you about Ryan Seacrest being involved in NBC's primetime coverage.
Jrue Holiday made five 3-pointers and scored 19 of his 24 points in the third quarter as the Philadelphia 76ers kept their hold on a playoff spot with a 103-87 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers on Wednesday night.
Holiday made four of his 3s during a stunning 24-2 run when the Sixers blew open a tight game. Andre Iguodala added 19 points as Philadelphia snapped a three-game losing...
The Philadelphia 76ers have not made it easy on themselves to remain in playoff position in the Eastern Conference.
Things are likely to get tougher in the final week of the season.
Set to play their final five games on the road, the 76ers hope to snap a three-game skid with a fifth consecutive victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers on Wednesday night.
Playing the second of three...