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Can the Sixers Overcome Their Offensive Struggles?

For the past six seasons, the Philadelphia 76ers have been a constant fixture in the playoffs, only missing the post-season once—in the 2009-10 campaign. That season the team’s struggles were largely due to the inability to adjust to the experimentation with Eddie Jordan’s Princeton Offense, which yielded a 27-55 record. Even though the Sixers got to the playoffs, they were… Read More

Wake Up-The Dwightmare Is Over

When the dust settles, the Dwight Howard saga will have far-reaching implications.  After a year and a half filled with trade talk, player demands, and never-ceasing rumors and sources, Dwight Howard has finally found a new home. The new blockbuster deal has reportedly been a 4-team trade, and with the league’s blessing, Dwight Howard will be a Laker, Andrew Bynum… Read More