As a Sixers' fan since birth, I have an unnatural affinity towards both Charles Barkley and Allen Iverson. When I'm not writing for Liberty Ballers, I'm an NBA Featured Columnist for Bleacher Report, the associate sports editor for two.one.five magazine, and I co-host a podcast called The Broad Street Line. Patiently waiting to be sued for copyright infringement by SEPTA.
The Philadelphia 76ers snapped their seven-game losing streak with a 104-97 victory over the Golden State Warriors. Yes, this actually happened.
The battle between Jrue Holiday and Stephen Curry tonight should be fun to watch. The battle between Spencer Hawes and Andris Biedrins? Not so much. Oh, and Royal Ivey is starting.
Two of the best young point guards in the NBA will do battle down at the Wells Fargo Center tonight. Sadly, there isn't much else to look forward to.
In this edition of the Sunday Morning Shootaround, we catch up with an all-time Sixers' legend, Lavoy Allen offers his condolences to a friend and Nick Young's sense of fashion spreads like wildfire.
In a very special Monday edition of the Sunday Shootaround, we give you a behind-the-scenes look at Jrue Holiday's weekend, catch up with a hungry Kwame Brown, and examine why J-Rich lacks something that many 13-year-old girls have had for years.
For the first time in seven years, the Philadelphia 76ers will be represented at All-Star Saturday Night. Do us proud, Jrue.
In this edition of The Sunday Morning Shootaround, a former Sixer makes his return to LB, we learn that swag is hereditary, and a man with no emotions openly roots for a wardrobe malfunction.
In this edition of The Sunday Morning Shootaround, we're introduced to Kwame Brown's right-hand man, delve deeper into the shoe closet of Swaggy P, and see one of our own get a personal shout-out of sorts from Sixers' CEO Adam Aron.
The Sixers blew a whole lot of fastbreaks and missed a bunch of shots at the rim, but they won anyway. Unfortunately for the Wizards, Harry Potter isn't walking through that door.
The Philadelphia 76ers did exactly what they were supposed to tonight and beat down a sub-par Washington Wizards team 92-84 at the Wells Fargo Center.
Can the revamped Philadelphia 76ers starting lineup make short work of the visiting Washington Wizards? And how many Evan Turner/John Wall comparisons will be made tonight?
The Philadelphia 76ers and the Washington Wizards (nee Bullets) are going to play a professional basketball game tonight. You've got questions, we've got answers. And when you didn't have questions, we made them up.
In this edition of the Sunday Morning Shootaround, Spencer Hawes rides a Segway, Evan Turner states the obvious, and Kwame Brown shows us one of his hidden talents.
Even if Philadelphia 76ers' point guard Jrue Holiday doesn't receive an All-Star bid this season, he's made it clear that his name will be in the mix for the NBA's midseason classic for many years to come.
In this edition of the Sunday Morning Shootaround, Thaddeus Young can't get a re-up on his Girl Scout cookies, Jrue Holiday makes friends at the mall, and Andrew Bynum's knees didn't disintegrate.
In this edition of the Sunday Morning Shootaround, Jrue Holiday's Uggs make a trimuphant return, Nick Young debuts his new hairstyle, we learn that Damien Wilkins is the faux husband of a reality television star.
There is much rejoicing in the city of Philadelphia as the Sixers have won a professional basketball game.
Can the Sixers snap their five-game losing streak tonight against the visiting Houston Rockets? We'll soon find out.
The Philadelphia 76ers will try to break their five-game losing streak tonight against the Houston Rockets at the Wells Fargo Center. It may not end well.
Liberty Ballers' own Roy Burton and CSN Philly's Rhea Hughes discuss whether or not Doug Collins is the right man to lead the 76ers.
According to a number of recent message board posts, the Sixers' recent play has left a lot of people depressed. Hopefully, this will make some of you a little less depressed.
If you were to go through all of the Sixers' social media posts for the past week and find the funniest ones, it would take a long time. So we do it for you.
In this edition of the Sunday Morning Shootaround, we show Evan Turner some love for his shopping habits, give you our thoughts on Andrew Bynum's latest hairstyle, and tell you the most effective way to use social media.
In this edition of the 76ers Sunday Morning Shootaround, we celebrate the 18th anniversary of Willie Burton's greatest achievement, send some love to Jrue Holiday, and put together a pitch for the greatest television show of all time.
The Philadelphia 76ers' first game this season without Jrue Holiday wasn't as bad as it could have been.
For a team that was missing its best player, the Philadelphia 76ers played fairly well. Unfortunately, they didn't play well enough to win.