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The 76ers with 27 games remaining

Like many others, I’ve been frustrated with the 76ers this season. How could you not? It’s a strange juxtaposition. They’re nearly unbeatable at home. And they’re the 2007 Bobcats on the road. They’ve had their fair share of injuries, but that doesn’t explain their poor road play. In fact, Philadelphia has only one fewer win

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It’s The Freaking Postseason

The 76ers made the NBA Finals 17 years ago. Since then, Philadelphia has played nine playoff series, losing seven of them. Saturday night the 76ers will host their first Game 1 since April 20, 2003. Head coach Brett Brown says star center Joel Embiid won’t play that game. But Wells Fargo Center promises to rock

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Thoughts on the Philadelphia 76ers

It’s hard to believe the NBA season begins soon. It feels like yesterday Kyrie Irving sunk a 3-pointer that ultimately gave Cleveland a championship. This year, similar to how I’m writing about the Eagles after each game, I’m going to write exclusively about the 76ers. Not many teams have as much excitement surrounding them as

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