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I follow the Sixers, Eagles and Yankees, don't ask me why.

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Celtics Vs 76ers, Game 7: Sixers Can Make a Big Statement Tonight

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It doesn't have to end tomorrow night. Not only the season, but this era of Sixers basketball. It's time to take the Atlantic Division torch from the Celtics.

Against All Odds, Philadelphia 76ers Control Their Own Fate Again

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Despite losing 16 of their past 25 games, the Sixers can take back the Atlantic Division lead with two wins this weekend.

Sixers Season Hangs In The Balance

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With the weekend's All-Star festivities behind them, the Philadelphia 76ers are left with 32 games ahead to prove this season as the beginning of something new for NBA hoops in Philly, or more of...

Philadelphia 76ers Pass First Big Test, Hold 3.5 Game Lead In Atlantic

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Decisive wins over the Orlando Magic, Chicago Bulls and Atlanta Hawks have added weight to the Sixers 17-7 record, while a demoralizing loss to the Miami Heat sandwiched in the middle showed they...

Sixers Weather Tough Week, Look To Get Healthy At Home

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Doug Collins will probably look back on a 2-2 record last week with ambivalence. Anything less than 3-1 this week will be looked back upon with anger.

The Key To The Philadelphia 76ers Dominant Defense

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Andre Iguodala is why the Sixers are a defensive force. Jrue Holiday is why they've gone from very good last year to great over the first 13 games of this season.

The Sixers Are Running Circles Around Their Opponents

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The Sixers are using their depth and youth to pound their opponents into submission. Lesser teams can't go a full 48 minutes against the Sixers energy, this week we'll get a chance to see how a...

Philadelphia 76ers On The Rise In Week One

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Andre Iguodala, Spencer Hawes and Evan Turner have upped their games to lead the Sixers through their first two games of the season. They're going to need some help to get back to Philly above .500...

Sixers Poised to Take Advantage of Shortened Season

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No one can tell you if the Sixers' new ownership group made the right long-term decision by staying the course on the court heading into this season, but in the short term, they've got a big...

Chris Paul Trade Veto Kicks Off NBA Preseason With A Bang

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David Stern's veto of the Chris Paul trade is a leftover battle from the CBA negotiations, a battle the players thought they had won. Unfortunately, the first guy to put the agreement to the test...

Philadelphia 76ers Owners Have A Tremendous Opportunity

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Joshua Harris and Co. will have several new tools at their disposal when the new CBA is signed, now all they have to do is use them well.

NBA Lockout Update: 72 Games Or Nothing?

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The union used 20+ hours of last-minute negotiation to squeeze a little bit more out of the league's offer. Now it's time to vote, approve and get ready for a December 15th start.

NBA Lockout Update: Players Plotting To Flush Entire Season

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50 players and a handful of agents are at least exploring the option of dissolving the players union to gain leverage in the NBA labor negotiations. If the league calls their bluff, this season is...

NBA Lockout Update: Cooler Heads Could Save The Season

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If the big issues can be settled this week, we may have a full slate of 82 games to watch this season. As a Sixers fan, that's great news on a couple of different levels.

NBA Lockout Update: The Season Is Slipping Away

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Neither side wants to be the first to blink on the two big issues because neither side wants to lose on both. Now we're all left staring at more lost games, and possibly a lost season.

NBA Lockout Update: Let's Point Some Fingers

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Thousands of jobs are on the line as the owners and players can't take their egos out of the equation and decide how to split almost $2 billion in profits.

NBA Lockout Update: The First Domino Is About To Fall

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If Ric Bucher's report is correct, later today we'll see the first tangible loss of the NBA lockout. Training camps won't be opening on time and some preseason games will also be lost.

Catching Up With the Sixers

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The Sixers, both young and old, are keeping themselves busy as the lockout grinds on. If/when the season starts, the work they're putting in now could pay dividends.

NBA Lockout Update: Might We Have A Season?

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After months of stasis, the NBA labor talks appear to be headed in the right direction. Will the sides be able to come to an agreement in time to save the season?

Elton Brand Is Finally Playing His Role

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Three years later, the Sixers finally have the power forward they were expecting when they lured him away from the Clippers for the Philly Max.

The Sixers Need To Choose A Direction

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Get worse and build through the draft. Get better, keep an eye on the cap, and convince a superstar he can win a ring in Philly. Either option works. The only thing Joshua Harris can't do is...

NBA Lockout Update: Things Have Regressed

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Roughly six weeks after the lockout began there's been no movement in negotiations...at least no forward movement. Things may have gotten worse than they were on June 30th.

NBA Lockout Update: Tough Talk From Both Sides

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David Stern and Billy Hunter are taking their fight to the media a month into the lockout. Thus far, Stern has the upper hand.

NBA Lockout: The Smiles Will End If Games Are Lost

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The NBA's renaissance will be extremely short lived if this lockout costs the fans games. Unfortunately, it doesn't seem like either side cares.

Thaddeus Young's Free Agency Will Be First Test For New Sixers Owners

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When the new front office is in place and the lockout is over, the Sixers won't have much time to make a decision on Thad Young. A decision which could have ramifications for years to come.

Sixers Rumors: The Writing Is On The Wall For Ed Stefanski

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With the new ownership group only one step away from taking over, Ed Stefanski's time with the Sixers appears to be coming to an end. The irony is that he could do more to help the Sixers if he...

Sixers Sale Near, End to the Lockout ... Not So Much

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The group led by Joshua Harris is about to sign on the dotted line for the Sixers. But how long will he have to wait once the deal has been approved to actually see his team play?

NBA Lockout: Get Comfortable, This Might Take A While

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This lockout boils down to the owners wanting a greater share of the profits and the ability to recover from their own mistakes. Odds are, they're going to get both before all is said and done.

2011 NBA Draft Results: Sixers Draft Nikola Vucevic, Apologies To Jrue Holiday

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The Sixers' 21-year-old point guard is going to have to keep waiting for a big man who can provide any kind of help on either end of the floor, Nikola Vucevic is merely more of what they already had.

2011 NBA Draft: Sixers Need To Be Bold

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The Sixers have a chance to address their biggest need next Thursday, the only question is whether they'll have the gumption to make it happen.

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