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Yes, I Was Right About Doug Collins

For all of you who read this column regularly, what I’m about to write is no surprise. You no doubt remember last May, when in […]

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The Sixers, Treading Water

Sixers coach Doug Collins enjoyed a busman’s holiday Sunday, attending the Catholic League showdown between Neumann-Goretti and Archbishop Carroll, which is coached by Collins’ son-in-law, […]

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Been to a Sixers Game Lately?

Just got back from a Sixers game. You remember the Sixers. Chet Walker. Darryl Dawkins. Andrew Toney. The Doc. A.I.

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Good News! The Sixers Are Worth Watching Again!

Last Friday night, the Sixers lost, abysmally, to the Atlanta Hawks. I enjoyed watching the game on TV, though — not because of how the […]

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The Spectrum’s “You Carry It, You Keep It” Pre-Demo Sale

James from Bridesburg was determined to get his money’s worth at the Spectrum’s “You Carry It, You Keep It” sale, the final chapter in what’s […]

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Is Andre Iguodala Outta Here?

Evan Turner stood calmly against a wall in the Sixers’ PCOM practice gym and answered questions lobbed at him by a friendly media contingent, its […]

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NBA GM: New Sixers Coach Doug Collins Is a “Prima Donna”

The assessment was clear and definitive. For the first time in a while, the Sixers hadn’t screwed up their coaching search. No more Randy Ayers […]

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Searching for a Sixer Fixer

Sunday in Boston, Rajon Rondo scored 29 points, hauled in 18 rebounds and handed out 13 assists in a playoff performance that must have had […]