Archive for January, 2012

Around The Web: The Compelling Sixers, And Allen Iverson

Sandwiched between last night’s win over Dwight Howard and the Orlando Magic and tomorrow night’s game against Derrick Rose and the Chicago Bulls comes an off day for the 15-6 Philadelphia 76ers .

Allen Iverson’s Bank Accounts To Be Garnished Due To Huge Bling Debt

A Georgia judge has seized control of former basketball great Allen Iverson ’s bank accounts and will begin garnishing his earnings in order to repayA the hefty debt of $859,896.46 to his jeweler, according to TMZ .

Judge to Allen Iverson — I’m Garnishing Your Wages to Pay Back Your Jeweler

Allen Iverson ’s bank account has been commandeered by a Georgia judge … who’s garnishing the former NBA star’s earnings so A.I. can repay a 6-figure debt to his flashy GA jeweler.

‘Here come the Sixers’

They saw it when Pat Croce rappelled down the scoreboard of what was then called the First Union Center, when Allen Iverson was young and Larry Brown was dealin’ out his coaching genius, and Dikembe Mutombo was wagging his finger, and the 76ers were the hot ticket in town.

Does Andre Iguodala Deserve NBA All-Star Consideration?

In Saturday’s win over the Detroit Pistons , Andre Iguodala recorded the eighth triple double of his career and his self-alley oop appeared on highlight reels everywhere.

Good times back for 76ers under new management

Standing at the podium dissecting the Philadelphia 76ers’ latest romp, coach Doug Collins commands attention, using his postgame time to again express his love for one of the hottest teams in the NBA.

Why Philadelphia 76ers’ Louis Williams Deserves to Win the Sixth Man of the Year

The 2011-12 Philadelphia 76ers are off to their best start in 10 years, going 13-6 through their first 19 games of the season.

Girls basketball: GW’s Cunningham - thrilled’ to return to basketball court

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Former NBA star Allen Iverson infamously ranted about his detest for practice, while George Washington High’s newest basketball addition embraces the preparation.

NBA Junkies Rejoice! You Can Now See Box Scores For Every NBA Game Ever

Prepare to waste hours and hours of your lives, NBA fans: you can now look out any box score from any game in NBA history on . Justin Kubatko wrote a blog post about it for the site today today, and included some box scores from big games like Wilt Chamberlain’s 100-point game in 1962 .

Sixers rally, handle Hawks

The difference Friday was 25-10. The Sixers increased their lead in the Atlantic Division to five games heading into Saturday night’s contest in Miami against the defending conference champion Heat .

Sixers win some fans back

John Armato, 33, was the second fan in line when the doors opened to the Wells Fargo Center for the 76ers game Wednesday night against Denver.

Philadelphia 76ers: 4 Early Causes for Concern

The Philadelphia 76ers have been off to a hot start, going 9-3 thus far in the 2011-12 campaign, making it their best start to a season since the 2000-01 season when the Allen Iverson led-Sixers went 10-0 and marched into the NBA Finals.

Allen Iverson: Why He Isn’t in the NBA and What Teams Could Use His Scoring

It is a wonder what Allen Iverson is doing nowadays. One of the NBA ’s most compelling scorers with a natural knack for playing the passing lanes, it is perplexing why an NBA team won’t take a gamble on him to play with their second unit and let him dominate his 20 minutes on the floor.

No Stars, All Team

The Sixers are playing really well, winning seven of their last eight games. They are first in the Atlantic division, three games over the Celtics and two over the Knicks, and are off to their best start since 2000 .

Sixers ratings up on Comcast

Philadelphia 76ers game broadcast and pre and postgame ratings are up significantly through the first 10 games of the 2011-12 season, Comcast SportsNet announced in a press release.