Found December 03, 2012 on
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Well it would be far from a stretch to say that the Philadelphia 76ers have been particularly impressive in the last few games. Also after a disappointing loss to the Chicago Bulls on Saturday night, 93-88, the Sixers need to find a spark in their offense to bring more hope back to the "City of Brotherly Love."
There needs to be an understanding that Jrue Holiday and (as much as it pains me to say this) Evan Turner can't continue to carry the entire load for the struggling Sixers. Without the presence of the badly battered bowling bandit Andrew Bynum, the Sixers lack a serious low-post presence offensively and defensively. Additionally, Thad Young can't contribute 16 or more points a night, he just can't do it yet, so there has to be someone else.
Looking at the Sixers post problems, Spencer Hawes, Kwame Brown, Arnett Moultrie (who may be taking a trip to the NBA D-League soon) are all not solutions to this on-going problem. This is something can only be fixed...
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PHILADELPHIA -- Reserve guard Alexey Shved scored 17 points, and Josh Howard added a season-high 16 in his third start of the season as the Minnesota Timberwolves drubbed the Philadelphia 76ers 105-88 Tuesday night. Howard, who started at small forward when Andrei Kirilenko did not make the trip because of back spasms, entered the game averaging just 5.9 points a game. He shot...
The swelling in Andrew Bynum's knees has lowered, his agent says.
The Magic currently are happy that they did not acquire Andrew Bynum.
The term "out indefinitely" is quite en vogue in the NBA of late. This week, it was Warriors center Andrew Bogut who received the designation Thursday, following the 76ers' applying it to their center, Andrew Bynum, on Nov. 24. Out indefinitely has so many consequences; it's a way of removing hope, of telling a team to play out without its missing piece, of admitting...
Johnny Damon is currently a free agent, and looking for a team to play the 2013 major league season with. While some may question what the outfielder has left in the tank at the age of 39, however, one thing is for certain: his hair is definitely big-league ready.
Damon appeared at the NASCAR awards in Las Vegas recently, where he honored Tony Stewart for his finish in the NASCAR...