Well they've done it again.
The Sixers have signed Jeremy Pargo to a 10-day contract, the team announced today in a press release. No corresponding move will be required, as the team had several open roster spots after deciding not to re-sign Shelvin Mack when his second 10-day deal expired.
The backcourt problems of the 76ers are continuing to become a problem for the Wells Fargo warriors. With Jason Richardson deciding to enact season-ending knee surgery, and inconsistency from Royal Ivey at the point guard position, there's become a lack of hope coming from behind Jrue Holiday.
Unless there is a distinct change in the near future (you know Andrew Bynum or someone?) The Sixers playoff hopes are becoming slimmer as the days go forward.
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