Found November 29, 2011 on
With the NBA back in business, questions abound for the Philadelphia 76′ers who are under new ownership and are looking forward to building on the success of last season. The Sixers are still cap-strapped as the league salary cap remains at $58 million.
However, there is an amnesty provision that would allow the team to kick [...]
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He doesn’t start many games (just one game in the 2010-11 season), but his presence on the Philadelphia 76ers’ roster is immeasurable.
Thaddeus Young, a 23-year old sixth man, is currently a restricted free agent, but has expressed his interest in returning to The City of Brotherly Love. Teams around the league, though, are becoming more aware of Young’s value (12.7 PPG, 5...
Philadelphia fans love a hardworking, blue-collared player. They also respect the players that give it their all on every play.
When a player just “goes through the motions,” it’s considered a slap in the face to not only the team, but to the fans.
That is why Andres Nocioni might be losing some support from the fans (if he even had any before).
As I mentioned in a previous...
Kate Fagan of the Philadelphia Inquirer recently wrote about the direction in which the Philadelphia 76ers could be heading in the shortened offseason, starting off with the signing of their first-round pick, Nikola Vucevic. She added that the Sixers could also be a player for a free-agent center; but not for a high profile big man.
Spencer Hawes is currently a restricted free...
This is just a heads up for Philadelphia 76ers fans. If you feel like Andres Nocioni is simply going through the motions every time he steps onto the basketball court, it’s probably because he is. If he gives you the impression that he cares about the game as much as an office worker cares about [...]
Ok, before I start this I know there is not many NBA fans out there any more. Well, I don’t give a Damn! I love my Sixers! Alright, I am done spazing now, I am ok. The lockout could not come to an end at a better time for me. The [...]
October 26, 2011
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The Toronto Raptors announced Wednesday they have hired Ed Stefanski as the team’s executive vice president of basketball operations. Stefanski joins the Raptors from upper management positions with the Philadelphia 76ers and New Jersey Nets, where his teams qualified for the NBA playoffs in eight of the past nine seasons...