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It’s Totally Human to Mourn Complicated Figures Like Kobe Bryant

Sunday didn’t feel the same after news broke that a hometown hero was here no more. NBA superstar Kobe Bryant, 41, died in a tragic […]

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Sixers Fans Want to Pay Joel Embiid’s $10,000 Fine

While Joel Embiid isn’t exactly looking under the couch cushions for loose change to pay his recent $10,000 fine, Sixers fans still want to help our […]

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Sixers to Host Official NBA Draft Party at the Piazza

The Sixers’ official NBA Draft party will be held at the Piazza at Schmidt’s Commons in Northern Liberties on June 22. “The Piazza at Schmidt’s […]

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Three-on-Three Basketball Is Now an Olympic Sport

The International Olympic Committee announced on Friday that men’s and women’s three-on-three basketball has been added to the 2020 Summer games along with 14 other […]

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Two Sixers Named NBA Rookie of the Year Finalists

In truth, the NBA’s Rookie of the Year award is rather meaningless. It does not guarantee that its winner will enjoy a long and fruitful […]

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20 Years Ago Today: Iverson Named NBA Rookie of the Year

File this anecdote under things that will make you feel old: Allen Iverson was named the Sixers’s first-ever NBA Rookie of the Year award winner […]

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Charles Barkley Criticizes Celtics Player for Publicly Grieving the Death of His Sister

TNT analyst and former 76ers star Charles Barkley threw some misguided shade at Boston Celtics point guard Isaiah Thomas for deciding to play in a […]

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With Embiid on the Bench, the Sixers Can’t Compete

Based solely on last night’s 105-89 shellacking at the hands of the Chicago Bulls it would be hard to (correctly) distinguish which team was wrapping […]

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Sixers Look to Bounce Back Against Road-Weary Bulls

The Sixers lost a disappointing one on Wednesday night, falling in double overtime to the Memphis Grizzlies in what would have been their best win […]

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Get a Chance to Meet Allen Iverson at Lapstone and Hammer This Friday

Hold up, AI fans: If you can remember where you were during the 2001 NBA All Star Game, then you need to make your way […]

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Former Sixers Assistant Coach, NBA Player Sean Rooks Has Died

Sean Rooks, an assistant coach for the Philadelphia 76ers and a 12-year NBA veteran, died Tuesday in Philadelphia. We are deeply saddened by the loss […]

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Pondering Those Sixers Trade Rumors

Until the NBA Draft actually happens, we are left only with trade rumors that would supposedly make the 76ers better-rounded and a little better. The […]

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Sixers End Season With 115-105 Loss to Bulls

There was only one way for the Sixers to end the season that would truly be emblematic of their struggles all year: build a big […]

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Sixers Mailbag #18: Buddy Hield and the 2016 Draft

This week we continue our 76ers mailbag series, where we discuss some of the pressing topics around the team. In the 18th edition of our Sixers mailbag […]

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Sixers Mailbag #17: Should The Sixers Target a Point Guard in the Draft?

This week we continue our 76ers mailbag series, where we discuss some of the pressing topics around the team. In the 17th edition of our Sixers mailbag […]