Deep Sixer Archive: February, 2012

Sixers "spoiling" Collins

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CLEVELAND - Following their relatively easy win over the Cleveland Cavaliers Saturday, Sixers coach Doug Collins revealed that in order... Read more

Hawes out for tonight's game

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Spencer Hawes will again miss tonight’s game against the visiting Los Angeles Clippers with a sore left Achilles tendon. This will be... Read more

Former Sixer Evans, Hurts His Old Team

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Yes, Chris Paul was spectacular, hitting the game-winning shot that Andre Iguodala said he almost blocked, but a major factor in the 76ers’... Read more

Iguodala awaits All-Star verdict

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Andre Iguodala was trying to play it cool, attempting to brace himself from possible disappointment, but it’s clear that tonight’s... Read more

All-Star Iguodala scoring less, winning more

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The Eastern Conference coaches spoke loud and clear their message was simple – winning matters. And that played a major role in earning... Read more

Brackins heads to D-League

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As reported in the Inquirer this morning, the 76ers have assigned second-year forward Craig Brackins to their NBA Development League affiliate... Read more

Video: 76ers spoil Kobe Bryant's milestone night in win over Lakers

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Lou Williams and the Sixers stole the show in the fourth quarter of Kobe Bryant's history-making night to grab a 95-90 win over the Los Angeles... Read more

Williams Takes The Fourth

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He’s done it too many times and one can only surmise that Lou Williams’ fourth quarter heroics have become a welcome pattern. Williams... Read more

Brand Out Tonight

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Elton Brand won’t play in tonight’s game against the Los Angeles Lakers at Wells Fargo Center due to a sprained right thumb. Coach... Read more

Bryant Looking To Pass Shaq; Kuester To Coach Lakers

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Kobe Bryant is 23 points shy of tying Shaquille O’Neal for fifth on the NBA’s all-time scoring list. Bryant has scored 28,573... Read more