Archive for June, 2012

Philadelphia Sixers: Maurice Harkless Lands in City of Brotherly Love

With the 15th overall pick in the 2012 NBA Draft , the Philadelphia Sixers selected small forward Maurice “Moe” Harkless from St.

Where have you gone, Al Henry?

THE DAY OF the NBA draft might not be a good time to bring up past Sixers draft failures, but it does add a little spice to the procedures.

Draft set to kick off NBA offseason

The event has shifted across the Hudson River for the second straight year due to summer renovations taking place at historic Madison Square Garden, and this marks just the third time that the selection process is being held in The Garden State.

Vincent Goodwill: Vincent Goodwill’s NBA draft preview: This guard crop has some gems

After years of the next generation of top-flight point guards coming out of the draft, this year’s class looks to take a break from that pattern.

NBA Finals 2012: Series Dissappoints, LeBron James Does Not

It’s hard to say where exactly it all went wrong, when the NBA Finals went from being a contest between two equally matched teams to a lopsided coronation of the NBA’s best player and the teammates who helped him reach the summit.

Philadelphia 76ers: Why Team Would Be Foolish to Trade Andre Iguodala

Let’s face it, Philadelphia 76ers fans may have been given an unfair reputation due to the actions of a few fans, but they aren’t stupid - these fans know their sports.

NBA Free Agency 2012: 5 Free Agents Who Won’t Get Signed This Offseason

Each offseason, free agents who are former NBA stars, current NBA hopefuls and middling veterans strive to land a spot on an NBA roster.

Amnesty Elton Brand

May 23, 2012; Philadelphia, PA USA; Philadelphia 76ers power forward Elton Brand looks over at his teammates after scoring in the 4th quarter of game six against the Boston Celtics in the Eastern Conference semifinals of the 2012 NBA Playoffs at the Wells Fargo Center.

Reebok Classics will bring back the Answer IV and Kamikaze II this fall

During our interview with Reebok Vice President Todd Krinsky , he mentioned that the retro release of the Reebok Question in its original form was just the beginning and that they were looking to drop more slihouettes in the Classics line.A Sneaker Files has managed to capture an image of what those retro kicks will be as the Answer IV and Kamikaze … (more)

PBT: 5 most dominant NBA playoff teams ever

There was a point a couple weeks ago, when San Antonio had won 10 in a row in the playoffs and looked headed to the NBA finals, it looked like the Spurs could be one of the better NBA playoffs teams ever.

Fever anxious for games

The Indiana Fever has started the season 4-1, but the team is anxious for some more games early in the season.

Allen Iverson

What starts out as a perfect day for Dog turns ugly fast. He and Beth just bought bunnies for their kids, and Dog is enjoying helping them learn to care for their new pets.

Brad Greenberg to Coach Maccabi Hafai Team

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Boxer Rau’shee Warren keeps dreaming the Olympic dream

So it’s a pity he can’t have both in the same country at the same time. Twice Warren has fought in the Olympic Games, once in Greece, once in China.

Israel’s Maccabi Haifa basketball team hires former NBA GM Brad Greenberg as new head coach

Israeli basketball team Maccabi Haifa has signed former NBA general manager Brad Greenberg to be its new basketball coach for the next two seasons.