Thursday, February 11, 2016

David Aldridge

David Aldridge joined the Philadelphia Inquirer in 2004 and writes about the NBA, the NFL and other sports topics. He was a primary contributor to the Inquirer series, "The Future of Pro Sports," which received second place in "Best Sports Story" by the Society of Professional Journalists, Philadelphia chapter. He previously worked for ESPN and The Washington Post. He received the Sam Lacy Award as Journalist of the year from the Rainbow/PUSH Coalition in 2002.
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Dec 30 - 2:29 AM
Randy Wittman is who Maurice Cheeks might have been. Wittman is the head coach with the .143 winning percentage, the shell-shocked team full of youngsters and the prospect of help in some distant year, from some kid who's probably in 11th grade right now.