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What We Learned From Dario Saric’s Epic Twitter Takeover

When thinking about personality and the 76ers, the first player to immediately come to mind is center Joel Embiid. With the big man’s exploits already […]

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Sorry, New Fans – the Sixers Bandwagon Is Full

I’ve paid my dues as a 76ers fan these past few years, and I know I wasn’t alone. We might not have met personally, but […]

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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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Doctor J: ‘83 Sixers Would Beat Today’s Golden State Warriors

After Magic Johnson confidently bragged that his “Showtime” Lakers of the 1980s would sweep today’s Golden State Warriors (who hold a commanding 3-0 lead over […]

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Joel Embiid Was Punking Kids at the Pat’s/Geno’s Courts

On the court, Joel Embiid is the Sixers’ prized big man of the future. Off it, he’s just their big kid – complete with his […]

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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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Sixers Get Third Pick in NBA Draft, Embiid Reignites Rivalry With Lakers

Sadly, the NBA Draft Lottery has devolved into somewhat of an annual holiday for Sixers fans – more specifically the rabid devotees of banished former […]

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Sixers Guard Ben Simmons Was a MASSIVE Baby

This past Sunday was Mother’s Day – a day when youngsters take to social media to applaud their moms by sharing an old photo or […]

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Charles Barkley’s Secret Obsession: Perfectly Vacuumed Carpets

Washington Wizards head coach Scott Brooks played two full seasons for the 76ers from 1988 to 1990, but in the fall of ’88 he was […]

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Sixers Join New NBA-Sponsored eSports League

Man, the 76ers really do love video games. Last year the team became the first North American professional sports franchise to acquire an eSports team, […]

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Common Threads in This Year’s Rouse Award Residential Finalists

The Urban Land Institute Philadelphia District Council announced the finalists for this year’s Willard G. “Bill” Rouse Awards for Excellence last week, and five of […]

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Doug Overton on Exposure Arrest: “It Appears I Wasn’t as Discreet as I Thought”

Former 76er and La Salle basketball star Doug Overton has broken his silence over his arrest last weekend for indecent exposure to claim that he […]

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Former 76er, La Salle Basketball Star Arrested for Indecent Exposure

Philadelphia basketball lifer Doug Overton was arrested over the weekend in Montgomery County after allegedly exposing himself on the Cynwyd Heritage Trail in Bala Cynwyd, […]

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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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Allen Iverson Set to Make Philly Basketball Return

Hey, Sixers fans — wouldn’t you kill for just one more opportunity to cheer on Allen Iverson as he breaks ankles at the Wells Fargo […]