Sixers Wouldn’t Allow Sevyn Streeter to Sing Anthem Because of Her “We Matter” Jersey (Video)

How can we trust the process if the Sixers aren’t going to stay true to their word. Was suppose to sing the anthem at @sixers & @okcthunder game but mins b4 @sixers said I couldn’t because I was wearing a “We Matter” jersey pic.twitter.com/wjoJN3rq0r — Sevyn (@sevyn) October 27, 2016 The Sixers better have a

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Sergio Rodriguez With Filthy Alley-Oop To Gerald Henderson (Video)

Sergio Rodriguez will be a super upgrade at the point for the 76ers. Watch as he puts his playmaking abilities on display from the jump, finding hometown kid, Gerald Henderson for the oop. Sergio Rodriguez to Gerald Henderson alley-oop #Sixers pic.twitter.com/j75U3Ob6Fz — gifdsports (@gifdsports) October 27, 2016

Russell Westbrook Arrives For Season Opener vs. 76ers (Video)

I’m not sure if he’s rocking a kilt or simply has something wrapped around his waste, but Russell Westbrook looks to be in mid-season form. He arrived to the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, set to open the NBA season without Kevin Durant, and on a mission to make the league pay. ESPN.com’s Ohm Youngmisuk

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Chandler Parsons Believes he’s the best ‘white’ American NBA player

I think Kevin Love would disagree, but we’ll let Chandler talk that talk. ESPN.com and The Undefeated’s Marc Spears did a great job breaking down the plight of the ‘white’ NBA player. White and european are looked at differently from NBA standards. A study by The Institute for Diversity and Ethics in Sport found that

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NBA’s New CBA To Be Seven-Year Deal With Opt-Out After Six Years

All will continue to be well with the NBA, as the league and the National Basketball Players Association are working on a seven-year extension to the Collective Bargaining Agreement, with a mutual opt-out in six years per The Vertical. The seven-year deal will likely deliver the NBA labor peace through the 2023-24 season, unless the

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Report: Nerlens Noel expected to miss 3-5 weeks after knee surgery

The Philadelphia 76ers are being ravaged by injuries, and the season hasn’t even started yet. Nerlens Noel is expected to miss three-to-five weeks after undergoing knee surgery on Monday to fix an inflamed plica above his left knee, according to Keith Pompey of the Philadelphia Inquirer. 76ers reserve center Nerlens Noel is scheduled to have

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Watch Dope Mixtape Featuring The 1996 NBA Draft Class (Video)

The 1984 NBA Draft will go down as one of the best ever, with Hakeem Olajuwon, Michael Jordan and Charles Barkley and John Stockton being some of the players drafted who’ve already been named Hall of Famers or will be. The 2003 NBA draft class was deep as well — featuring the likes of LeBron

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Ben Simmons, Nicki Minaj Appear in Star-Studded Beats By Dre Ad (Video)

Beats Wireless just put out a dope new ad — a celebration of life without strings. Starring: Nicki Minaj, DJ Khaled, Karlie Kloss, Travis Scott, Amber Rose, Rebel Wilson, Ben Simmons, Pharrell, Steve Buscemi, William Chen, Young M.A, Sayo, Juno Temple, Michael Phelps, Karen Civil, Liza Koshy, Al Rocco, Miyavi, and PartyNextDoor — the ad

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Bucks Agree To Trade Michael Carter-Williams to Bulls for Tony Snell

Hoping to enhance their depth on the wing, the Milwaukee Bucks have agreed to trade Michael Carter-Williams to the Chicago Bulls for Tony Snell according to ESPN.com. Milwaukee has been looking for more shooting since losing Khris Middleton. Milwaukee previously offered Carter-Williams to the Sacramento Kings for Ben McLemore. Carter-Williams has now been traded twice

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JR Smith Shares Big News After Re-Signing With Cavs (Video)

JR Smith finally hit up social media to confirm he was re-signing in The Land, but he also announced some great news as well. Smith, his wife Jewel, and young daughter took to Uninterrupted on Friday night to thank his fans and teammates for their support during his negotiations with the Cavs. They then made

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