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The 76ers and the 2013 NBA Draft

For the first time in recent memory, the Sixers were among the biggest stories in the NBA this week, thanks to their bold trade of Jrue Holiday, a young All-Star and the clear best player on the team, for the … Continue reading

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Chooch, Babin, and D-Jax…

Just a mundane check on the front page of ESPN.com today offers three more pieces of off-the-field news to the laundry list of sports storylines meant strictly to depress fans of Philadelphia sports. Ruiz was suspended for the first 25 … Continue reading

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Breaking: Sixers Acquire Andrew Bynum

This is kind of out of nowhere, right?  But, as reported by intrepid BSB reporter, J, the Sixers have indeed acquired 24-year old enigmatic, yet other-worldly talented center, Andrew Bynum from the Lakers for Andre Iguodala, Nicola Vucevic, and Mo … Continue reading

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A Sixers Interview with Jared Bilski

Our coverage of the Sixers has always been lacking here at BSB, and to help remedy that problem we’re going to bring in a friend of BSB, Jared Bilski, for an interview about the team’s season so far, and where … Continue reading

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Hello Evan, Goodbye Andre

With the Elton Brand albatross of a contact hanging over a franchise that is still trying to get over the one-year Eddie Jordan Era, the Sixers needed something…anything.  And, they got a big something on Tuesday night, as they won … Continue reading

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Question of the Day

Should the Sixers trade Andre Iguodala and Sam Dalembert for Amare Stoudemire?

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One Night, Three Games

Monday night was a great night of sports watching for me, as I watched three games, one in person and two on TV, and all three were good wins for Philly sports fans.  I was in North Philly for the … Continue reading

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A Weak Attempt at Impartiality: An AI Inquisition

Sorry that I have been MIA for a while on the blog; we just moved and, wow, is a new place a ton of work.  Anyway, as things are settling down, it’s time to weigh in on one of two … Continue reading

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The Return of AI

On Monday night, the most memorable Philadelphia athlete of the last 25 years made his return to the City of Brotherly Love, after an unhappy three-year odyssey to Denver, Detroit, and Memphis.  The great Allen Iverson scored 11 points, kissed the Sixer logo during … Continue reading

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Cimorelli’s Question of the Day

Ty Lawson or Eric Maynor?

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