NBA to limit pregame routines

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Starting this season, the NBA will enact a ninety second shot clock to monitor the length of team’s pregame routines.  The new rule will look to limit the time between player introductions and jump ball.  The ninety second shot clock […]

Breaking News: Kevin Love out six to eight weeks with broken hand

Kevin Love

  During today’s morning work-out, Minnesota Timberwolves Star, Kevin Love suffered a broken right hand.  The injury is expected to keep him out six to eight weeks, delaying his 2012-13 season debut into late November – or even early December.  The exact extent […]

Evan Turner Looking To Improve Defensively

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The biggest weakness for the Philadelphia 76ers following the departure of Andre Iguodala will be replacing the All-Star’s lock-down defensive ability. Night in and night out, Iguodala showed the ability to eliminate the Sixers’ opponents most lethal perimeter scorer – giving […]

Terrence Ross: Rookie of the Year candidate

Jerry Lai-US PRESSWIRE

After just two years at the University of Washington, Terrence Ross was selected eighth overall by the Toronto Raptors in this past summer’s draft.  Alongside Tony Wroten, Ross became the first of two Huskies selected within the draft’s first round. Ross declared […]

The Utah Jazz will have money to burn in 2013

Utah Jazz

After finishing six games over .500 in the shortened 2011-12 season, the Utah Jazz remained fairly quiet leading up to the upcoming 2012-13 season.  Finishing third in their division, and eighth in the West, the Jazz are centered around Al […]

Nicolas Batum on the verge of a breakout year

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At just twenty-three years of age, the verdict on Nicolas Batum is certainly still in question.  At a lanky 6 foot, 8 inches, and an agile 200 pounds, Batum has still been searching for his proper role on an NBA court.  He has been shifted […]

Bobcats hold four hour practice, longest in franchise history

Michael Kidd-Gilchrist

  After the most forgettable season in the history of the NBA in 2011-12, the Charlotte Bobcats have made it clear that this upcoming season will begin on a new leaf – kind of.  Their most recent exhibition of talent […]

Philadelphia 76ers Player Rankings: ESPN lists Evan Turner at 119

Howard Smith-US PRESSWIRE

  ESPN.com and the TrueHoop Network are currently ranking every player in the NBA – a tradition that began just this past season.  The rankings are being counted down (from 500 to 1) on ESPN’s NBA Twitter page; and were […]

Philadelphia 76ers Player Rankings: ESPN lists Jason Richardson at 121

Mark J. Rebilas-US PRESSWIRE

  ESPN.com and the TrueHoop Network are currently ranking every player in the NBA – a tradition that began just this past season.  The rankings are being counted down (from 500 to 1) on ESPN’s NBA Twitter page; and were […]

Philadelphia 76ers Player Preview: Kwame Brown

Kwame Brown

Despite being the number one overall pick in the 2001 draft, Kwame Brown is a terrible addition for any team – especially at a two year deal with the final year awarded a player option.    A career seven point […]

Philadelphia 76ers Player Preview: Lavoy Allen

Lavoy Allen

Entering his second season in the league, and coming off a two-year, six-million-dollar contract extension, Lavoy Allen is determined to avoid the effects of the common “sophomore slump.”  A former second-round pick (50th overall) out of Temple, Allen hit fan-favorite […]

All-Time Top Five: Philadelphia 76ers

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  Since being founded in 1946 (joined the NBA in 1949), the then Syracuse Nationals (moved to Philadelphia in 1963) have certainly established a foundation that cements its history among the all-time great franchises in NBA history.  With three championships […]