1. Examining 2010 Pro Bowlers' Chances at Making the Hall of Fame

    I've always been fascinated with Hall of Fames. The concept of them at least. Some may argue about the design of the actual building, but in theory, they're great. I think their should be Hall of Fames for more things in society...

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  2. 76ers: An Internal Debate—Should I Root for My Team To Lose?

    The practice of rooting against your favorite team is a bold and conflicting decision. It goes against everything you believe in. It negates countless hours of intense devotion. But, remember, the goal is to win a championship...

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  3. Two Philadelphia 76ers A.I. All-Stars? Andre Iguodala's Case for Consideration

    The Philadelphia 76ers will already be sending one player with the initials A.I. to the NBA All-Star Game in Dallas next month...

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  4. Harry Kalas: A Legend Is Lost

    A few days ago Harry Kalas was stolen from us quicker than a Jimmy Rollins swiped bag.The longtime Phillies broadcaster and voice of NFL Films exemplified all that is good with sports, providing countless memories for fans everywhere...

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  5. Philadelphia Comparisons: How the Sixers Relate to the Phillies

    There I was, standing in the concourse at the Sixers game last night, staring at the Commissioner's Trophy, otherwise known as the World Freaking Champions Trophy. I realized that it was now possessed by my team...

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  6. How The Sixers Starters Stack Up Against The Rest Of The Eastern Conference

    My goal is to rank the Sixers starters at their respective positions against the rest of the Eastern Conference. A couple rulings before we get started. A player must have appeared in 10 games this season...

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  7. Trying to Figure Out the Philadelphia 76ers

    The middle of a season is always a good assessment point for a franchise. Forty-one games is an adequate sampling in order to evaluate an NBA team. With that being said, the Philadelphia 76ers team is tougher to figure out than an episode of Lost...

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  8. Philadelphia 76ers' Midseason Awards

    It's that time of the year to hand out some awards. No, not the Golden Globes. No, not the Academy Awards. Not even the SAG Awards (whatever they are.) The hype that you feel boiling deep down in your blood is for...

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  9. In Retrospect...The 2004 NBA Draft

    How It Went Down 1. Orlando Magic- Dwight Howard: Remember that debate about Howard or Okafor? Yeah, that was stupid. 2. Charlotte Bobcats- Emeka Okafor 3. Chicago Bulls- Ben Gordon 4...

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  10. Coolest Names in the NBA

    Coolest First Names Carmelo Anthony - Smooth. Kobe Bryant - Awesome. LeBron James - His mother must have known he was going to be someone special, because she sure gave him a unique name...

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  11. In Retrospect... | The 2006 NBA Draft

    People say that you can determine whether a player is legit or a bust after three years in the league. This season is the third year for the 2006 NBA Draft Class. How It Went 1. Toronto Raptors Andrea Bargnani: I questioned this when it happened...

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  12. In Retrospect...the 2005 NBA Draft

    I will be doing a random installment looking back on past NBA drafts. There is no rhyme or reason to it, other than it is fun. See what teams wish they would have scouted more, and see the teams that came away with steals...

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  13. Could The Answer Be "The Answer" for The Sixers?

    I promise the love affair with Allen Iverson will soon stop. At least publicly. Just hear me out on this. Bringing back Iverson to the Sixers could work...

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  14. The Legacy of Allen Iverson

    Unlike in the MLB, NBA players are not formally associated with a specific team as they enter the Hall of Fame. However, when Allen Iverson is introduced into Springfield, Massachusetts in precisely ...

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  15. Sixers Have 76 Problems, but Being Rich Ain't One

    Hit me!With the most impressive offseason trades and maneuvers of any team in the NBA, the Philadelphia 76ers were expected to be contenders in the Eastern Conference. So far that has not happened, as they are 8-11...

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  16. Andre Iguodala Continues the Philadephia 76ers' "A.I." Woes

    The initials “A” and “I” are uttered as one, and immediately Philadelphia 76ers fans are brought joy. Recollections of the spectacular and always entertaining Allen Iverson still reign within recent memory...

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