John Wall On Michael Carter-Williams: ‘He Had One Good Game’

John Wall either got up on the wrong side of the bed this morning, or he’s simply not drinking the MCW Kool-Aid. Coming off his dazzling debut against the Miami Heat, 76ers rookie point guard Michael Carter-Williams will take it up a notch Friday when he battles John Wall and the Washington Wizards.   Wall,

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Jrue Holiday Thinks He Still Plays For 76ers’ (Video)

Jrue Holiday must have watched the near quadruple double Michael Carter-Williams nearly put up, and got shook, because he totally committed a no-no last night while addressing Pelicans fans. Holiday took a moment to address the home crowd in New Orleans as they celebrated their opening night debut as the Pelicans. At some point during

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LeBron On Allen Iverson: “He’s Pound For Pound The Greatest Player Ever’

Allen Iverson is set to officially retire Wednesday, and the compliments are already flowing out. Reigning league MVP, and back to back NBA champion LeBron James was asked his thoughts on Iverson as a player.  James has always been complimentary of Iverson, and recently said that the Answer was his second favorite player growing up.

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Dwyane Wade On Facing Allen Iverson As A Rookie: ‘I Was Scared As Sh*t’

Allen Iverson will officially retire as a Philadelphia 76ers on Wednesday, and the moment will allow for some amazing memories that were provided by the ‘Answer.’ Dwyane Wade was asked about Iverson at the Heat’s practice on Monday, and one of his fondest memories of Iverson came when Flash was just a rookie. While talking

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76ers Head Coach Says He Only Has 6 NBA Players

Philadelphia is loving Brett Brown’s approach as he tries to lead the proud organization through a tank job for the ages. Brown wasn’t deceived when he accepted the job.  The 76ers are in rebuild mode, and the names on the roster tell you that much. Brown is a realist, and after the teams 104-93 loss to

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76ers to Honor Allen Iverson With Official Retirement Ceremony During Home Opener

Everyone knows how I personally feel about Allen Iverson, so it’s a bitter sweet moment for me. Iverson reportedly will be honored by the Philadelphia 76ers during the teams October 30 home opener with an official retirement ceremony according to ESPN.com.   The 11 time All Star was the 1997 Rookie of the Year, the

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76ers Sign C Daniel Orton

Daniel Orton is the newest member of the Philadelphia 76ers and might have his best shot at playing significant minutes since he left Kentucky. RT @PompeyOnSixers: #Sixers sign Daniel Orton and waive Tim Ohlbrecht .http://t.co/Z5VsLKf6qz #76ers #NBA #OKC #Magic #BIGBLUE — Keith Pompey (@PompeyOnSixers) October 16, 2013 The Sixers signed  the 6-foot-10, 275-pound center to

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