Archive for February, 2011

Small salaries will increase superstars’ power

Monday, February 28, 2011 Small salaries will increase superstars’ power By Henry Abbott You don’t have to be able to throw a rock very far to hit somebody worried about the power now in the hands of NBA superstars.

The ‘Stevies’: Pistons, NASCAR and more

Each week, Steve Schrader hands out ‘Stevies’ to the best, the worst and the weirdest from the week that was in sports.

Collins is the coach Iguodala needed

Which is the bigger upset - that after 132 games the 76ers are finally back to .500 for the first time since Nov.

Priceless Point Guard

Hopewell girls basketball player Karoline Summerville will be vital as the Titans make a push for their first state championship in the sport.

From Berkeley to Turkey

Despite being named the Pac-10 Player of the Year, former Cal point guard Jerome Randle had to go overseas to ply his trade.

Sixers don’t need a second fiddle like Iguodala

Sometimes it feels as if the city of Philadelphia is trapped beneath some unending Aurora Borealis, unable to choose between two parallel universes.

Sixers on the brink of winning record for first time in forever

THE 76ERS have been submerged so long, you’d think they were Polynesian pearl divers instead of NBA players.

Stars Aligning For Sixers

The NBA All-Star game took place on Sunday night from Los Angeles. That meant superstars like Kobe Bryant, LeBron James, Dwayne Wade, Tim Duncan and Dwight Howard, to name a few.

In pursuit of title, Nash may have to look beyond Phoenix

’s career began in Phoenix, took a detour to Dallas, then brought him back to Phoenix, where he has given everything he can to the Suns for the past five seasons.

Catching Up With Osiris Eldridge

If Osiris Eldridge owned a time machine, he’d be wearing red and white. Daily Vidette Archive Photo: Former Illinois State guard Osiris Eldridge is continuing his basketball career overseas, playing professionally for the Turkish team, Pinar Karsiyaka.

Iverson leaves Turkish league for rehab

Do you like this Article? BasketballA - A Allen Iverson will rehabilitate his right calf in the U.S. after being examined by a surgeon.A The former NBA MVP will not require surgery but his calf has a calcium deposit and secondary bleeding.A “It’s tricky because of the location,” Andrews said as quoted by AP.

Ray Allen Breaks Reggie Miller’s NBA Career Three-Pointers Record and Adds to His Hall of Fame Resume

In tonight’s game against the rival Los Angeles Lakers, the Boston Celtics’ Ray Allen surpassed Reggie Miller and became the NBA’s all-time leader in three-pointers made.

Former Pack Star Marcelus Kemp Joins Turkish Basketball Team

Former Wolf Pack guard Marcelus Kemp has joined Besiktas, a European basketball team in Turkey.

It’s been a while since Knicks-Sixers meant relevancy

Doug Collins remembers what it was like when the 76ers and the Knicks played meaningful games.

“Verve and Attitude”

“I hereby free you from the tyranny of the Inverted Pyramid,” the list rousingly begins.