Archive for February, 2012

The 9 Most Financially Irresponsible Players in NBA History

When a player signs a big fat contract during free agency every summer, one would think that they’d be set for life.

Sacramento Kings: 4 Bold Predictions for the Second Half

No one expected the Kings to make the playoffs this season. They had too many ball stoppers and no true point guards.

Bob Ford: Sixers’ Iguodala gets all-star recognition

Inviting a player whose reputation is that of an unselfish defensive specialist to the NBA All-Star Game is a little like inviting a house painter to exhibit at the Louvre, but when the spotlights shine in Orlando tonight, Andre Iguodala will take his low-wattage game onto the court and join his more gaudy contemporaries.

Darvin Ham says he, not Kobe, should’ve won 1997 dunk contest

He’d barely had a chance tointroduce himself as one of the Lakers’ new assistant coaches before Darvin Ham had a 15-year-old grievance to settle with Kobe Bryant.

NBA: 11 Most Embarrassing and Awkward Moments of All-Star Weekend’s Past

This is a compilation of some of the strange, embarrassing, and awkward moments of previous all-star games.

Dwight Howard Rumors: Philadelphia 76ers a Viable Option?

During a recent interview with Philadelphia radio station 94 WIP, ESPN contributor Stephen A. Smith discussed the possibility of Dwight Howard bringing his elite talent to Philadelphia this summer.

Iggy remains 76ers’ unreachable star

For 8 years, Philadelphia fans have been trying to form a relationship with 76ers forward Andre Iguodala.

Who’s to blame when NBA stars like Iverson go broke?

We all know from this infamous press conference that Allen Iverson did not like to practice his craft.

NBA All-Star Game Stripe Watch: Allen Iverson represents in the Reebok Questions

Allen Iverson is not going through the best of times right now. The former 11-time NBA All-Star is trying to get back in the league and sadly, no one seems to be interested in giving him a chance.

Jeremy Lin and the Most Turnover Prone Stars in NBA History

In his eight games as a starter Jeremy Lin has been putting up some huge numbers.

Iverson set to play in Venezuela

The four-time scoring champion was unable to drum up interest from an NBA club and was left to choose between offers from Venezuela and Puerto Rico.

No trade likely good enough to boost Sixers into Finals

Back in February 2001, the Sixers were 41-14, the best record in the NBA. After two consecutive seasons of paying their dues in the playoffs, the Sixers knew they were on their way to represent the East in the NBA Finals.

The Hot 2012 Philadelphia 76ers Should Give Allen Iverson 1 More Chance

In sports, we love the rare and special athlete who can captivate fans with their play and win over our hearts with their valor.

Broke Allen Iverson wants another shot in the NBA

That’s the amount of money former NBA superstar Allen Iverson made over 15 NBA seasons from 1996 to 2010, not including endorsements.

Jodie Meeks Not In NBA Three Point Contest

The NBA Three Point Contestants have been announced on the NBA Twitter page and Jodie Meeks , nor any other Sixer, will be participating.