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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
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
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
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
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
Should the Sixers trade Andre Iguodala and Sam Dalembert for Amare Stoudemire?
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
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
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
Ty Lawson or Eric Maynor?