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Winning on the road has been a major issue for the Philadelphia 76ers this season and they'll try to halt a 10-game slide as the guest Monday against the Brooklyn Nets. More News Since defeating the Washington Wizards in their road opener back on Nov.
The Charlotte Bobcats will try to halt a two-game slide Friday night when they welcome the Philadelphia 76ers to The Time Warner Cable Arena. The Bobcats dropped two in a row on a quick road trip, falling in a heartbreaker in Miami on Sunday, then
The Orlando Magic had little reason to expect much from their offense here on Tuesday night. Injuries to point guard Jameer Nelson and center Nik Vucevic forced coach Jacque Vaughn to employ a patchwork starting lineup that had played a total of four
10 to play but forced the extra session with a 14-4 run that featured three 3-pointers from Hawes, the last one tying the game. Hawes ran to the sideline to catch an inbounds pass, turned, and while falling away from the basket, released his shot on
I understand this thing about "picking your poison," but it is a known fact that some poisons are a bit more lethal than others. In nature, for example, the venom of the beaked sea snake is considered to have the fifth-deadliest poison in the world.
So do their first two opponents, the Miami Heat and the Washington Wizards. Yet that shouldn't take away from the unexpected excitement surrounding the franchise. After winning their first two games, the Sixers were off to their best start since
A tale of two Philly point guards November 1, 2013 7:22pm A popular deodorant advertisement once claimed, first impressions, last. If you put weight in that slogan, then suffice to say Philadelphia 76ers point guard Michael Carter-Williams made as
Spencer Hawes scored 24 points and hit the winning basket late in the fourth quarter to lead the Philadelphia 76ers past the Miami Heat 114-110 on Wednesday night. The Sixers were strong from the opening tip, they made their first 11 shots and raced
Philadelphia Daily News Perhaps I'll be proved wrong, but I'm not sure Sixers fans are prepared to witness what they say they are ready to witness this season...Drew777) --- - The line of thought is that the only way for the Sixers to get out of the
The Philadelphia 76ers have a promotional schedule dotted with the standard T-shirt giveaways, discounted pretzels and the always popular $1 hot dog nights. There's even a deal for one January game where the first 15,000 fans will receive "buy one,