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Jrue Holiday and Evan Turner to Play Tonight, News on Andrew Bynum
Jrue Holiday is a game-time decision for tonight's game against the Hawks, while Evan Turner said that he intends to play - both said they will play after practice today. Holiday is dealing with a sore foot while Turner is trying to recover from an ankle injury that he suffered in Wednesday loss to the Rockets...
Sixers Notes: Trade Rumors Swirling
Dorell Wright has played more minutes recently with Jrue Holiday out, scoring nine points on 3-of-7 shooting with nine rebounds, four assists, and one steal on Friday night, he added six points, seven rebounds and nine assists on Sunday against the Lakers...
Four Things We've Learned
1. The Jrue Holiday contract extension looks validated so far. The Sixers announced a contract extension with the former first-round draft pick Thursday, Nov.1. Holiday agreed to a four-year deal, reportedly worth $41 million. It seems like a savvy contract for the Sixers, who lock down a 22-year-old that continues to evolve in head coach Doug Collins’ offensive scheme...
Knicks Sweep home-and-home
It's hard to say if the Knicks are just real good or if the Sixers are just bad...But we can say the Sixers did not play well in Monday night's . Not even a little 110 - 88 loss.
Sixers on 1450 am tonight
The 76ers hope to earn an early season split with Atlantic Division rival New York tonight when the teams tussle for the second straight day. Listen to tonight's Sixers-Knicks game on 1450 AM.
What the New Look Sixers Could Look Like
When the Sixers acquired center Andrew Bynum and Jason Richardson last week as part of a four-team deal that sent Andre Iguodala to Denver and first-round pick Moe Harkless and last years top pick Nik Vucevic to Orlando it became pretty evident they were looking for a new image...
Jrue Holiday: “Next Game, We Have To Play Like It’s Game 7″
Which, if you remember, wasn't exactly the god-fearing sentiments the Flyers strutted into their first potential series-closing op with the Penguins (who, save for the obvious factor that they didn't lose one (two?) of their stars for the entirety of the series, making for a copiously cleaner walk to the next round, make for a pretty close a comp to the Bulls) in their Eastern Conference Quarters
Jrue Holiday: “We Knew What (Bulls) Were Going To Do”
From which you've got three obvious takeaways: (1) Chicago's playbook is, unequivocally and in no uncertain or twistable terms, clipped without Derrick Rose in the lineup. Don't know if it's like losing a quarterback in football, where you've basically got to perform gastric bypass surgery on the playbook, clipping a hefty portion of it off to allow a cerebrally limited guy can digest enough to be
[PODCAST] ESPN Ric Bucher joined Todd Ranck on “Warmup Show”
ESPN.com and NBA analyst Ric Bucher called into "The Sportsbash Warmup" with Todd Ranck on Wednesday to talk about the Sixers Game 2 victory against the Chicago Bulls 109-92. Bucher says the Sixers could actually find themselves in the Eastern Conference Finals, "if they grab a hold of this series and play an Indiana in the second round...

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