VIDEO: Marco Bellinelli posterizes Henry Sims

VIDEO: Marco Bellinelli posterizes Henry Sims No one, on any given night, would bet that Marco Bellinelli would have the dunk of the night. But it happened on Monday night when the San Antonio Spurs played the winless Philadelphia 76ers, and Bellinelli rejected a screen to drive base line and finish a one-handed dunk forcefully

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The Atlantic Files: Episode 3

The third installment of The Atlantic Files was released late last night as games were being played. One team continues to keep winning, one team continues to keep losing, and the rest stay in a very inconsistent pattern. Host Alex Fischbein (@ThatKidFisch) is back to give you all the news and game outcomes of the

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76ers Change Pizza Promotion Due To Struggles On Court

According to James Herbert of CBS Sports, the 76ers have changed their pizza promotion for all of their games.   Papa John’s and the Philadelphia 76ers partnered this year to offer the fans a half-off online pizza deal the day after a Sixers win. Now, eleven games into the season, the Sixers have yet to win

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Tony Wroten

Tony Wroten doesn't think the Sixers would lose to Kentucky

Tony Wroten doesn’t think the Sixers would lose to Kentucky The Kentucky Wildcats are the talk of college basketball once again this season, and the Philadelphia 76ers are once again the worst team in the NBA with an 0-11 start to the 2014-15 season. Kentucky product and Phoenix Suns guard Eric Bledsoe recently commented that

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Eric Bledsoe: Kentucky could "definitely" beat the Sixers

Phoenix Suns point guard and former Kentucky Wildcat Eric Bledsoe appeared on Sirus XM NBA radio Wednesday morning, and had some interesting things to say about his Wildcats and the Philadelphia Sixers. When asked “Who would win a 7-game series between Kentucky and the Sixers, Bledsoe responded: “I’m definitely taking Kentucky, I think Philly would

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NBA Atlantic Division

The Atlantic Files: Episode 2

Another week has gone by, which means a new episode of The Atlantic Files is here. The Atlantic Division got some wins, and a lot of losses this past week. Alex Fischbein(@ThatKidFisch) is back to bring you all the news, notes, and answers to your questions about the five Atlantic teams. First up, the Raptors

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NBA and NFL

NFL-NBA Crossover

Baseball since it’s inception has been America’s favorite past time, but let’s be honest for just a second… Today in 2014, how many of us in this 21st Century- American Society are still captivated by the game of baseball? When we speak about American Sports, two come to the forefront quicker than all others: American

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John Wall: Last season, "We didn't get up for" Lottery Teams

John Wall, point guard for the Washington Wizards, admitted that his team may not have given their all against lottery teams last season. Finishing with a respectable 44-38 record, Wall lead the Wizards to their best playoff run since 1979. Facing off against lottery teams was actually a blessing to the Wizards, as they ended

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Larry Brown Not A Fan Of Sixers Rebuild

According to John Mitchell of the Philadelphia Inquirer, Larry Brown hates what’s going on in Philly and says “There are no basketball people in the organization.” Larry Brown, former head coach of the Sixers, seems to be glad he’s not in Philadelphia anymore. Who can blame him? It normally takes a young coach who is a

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VIDEO: Charles Barkley throws horrible first pitch at Chicago Cubs game

Barkley threw out a “turrible” first pitch.  Prior to the Cincinnati Reds-Chicago Cubs game on Tuesday, NBA Hall of Famer Charles Barkley threw out the ceremonial first pitch at Wrigley Field. You can watch Barkley’s hilarious fling below. Barkley’s trip to the mound is sure to make an appearance on “Shaqtin’ A Fool” this upcoming

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