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Iverson Reveals Interest in Front-Office Job With Sixers

Iverson Reveals Interest in Front-Office Job With Sixers

Former Sixer Allen Iverson has publicly stated that he’d like to work for the franchise in some capacity. “The Answer” was recently a guest during a live-game telecast with broadcasters Marc Zumoff and Malik Allen, during which time he told ...

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Sixers Beat Knicks as Noel Continues ROY Potential

By Max Rappaport, Sixers.com  As members of the media waited to talk to Sixers head coach Brett Brown after the team’s 97-81 win over the Knicks on Friday night, Nerlens Noel’s mother, Dorcina, shuffled through the press conference area. She ...

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Sixers Play Host to Fallen Philly Police Officer’s Family

Sixers Play Host to Fallen Philly Police Officer’s Family

The Philadelphia 76ers gave a special welcome Wednesday night before and during their contest versus Detroit to the family of fallen Philadelphia police officer Robert Wilson III.Philly beat the visiting Pistons 94-83. Wilson’s older son Quahmier was given a tour of the ...

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Noel Injured in Win Over Visiting Detroit

By Doug Ammon, Sixers.com After overcoming a 15-point deficit Tuesday night to notch a win against Memphis, the Pistons found themselves in a similar predicament on Wednesday night in Philadelphia. But despite a late push by Detroit, the Sixers’ defense ...

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Sixers Fall in Boston, 108-89

The Philadelphia 76ers tok it on the chin Moinday night in Boston, falling to former Sixer Evan Turner 108-89. Nerlens Noel again led the squad in points and rebounds with 18 and seven, respectively. For more on this game, click ...

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Sixers Clear Embiid for Increased Workouts

By Max Rappaport, Sixers.com When Brett Brown announced that prized center Joel Embiid was flying to Los Angeles for a check up with his doctor and that soreness had forced him back into the protective boot he wore for several ...

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Sixers Fall to Bulls, 104-95, in OT

By Doug Ammon, Sixers.com Forty-eight minutes weren’t enough to decide tonight’s game between the Sixers and Bulls, but Chicago outscored the Philadelphia 12-3 in extra time to come away with a 104-95 win, their first in their four games. Chicago ...

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