My Note To Allen Iverson

Posted in 76ers, Allen Iverson, Black Athlete, Black Athletes, Blogroll, Philadelphia, Philadelphia 76ers, race and politics, Race and Sports Culture, Race in Sports, racism and sports on March 10th, 2010 by Ron Glover

Why should I be concerned about Allen Iverson’s personal life spiraling out of control – after all we knew this was how it was going to end right? All the late night drinking and gambling slowly ate away at his game, his career and his marriage. I’ve got my own problems, Allen hopefully has several millions left to make it – several million more than myself. So why am I even concerning myself with A.I.?

Because even in his darkest hour, I won’t stop pulling for him.

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Reverse the Curse

Posted in 76ers, Carlos Boozer, Christian Laettner, College Basketball, College Basketball's Greatest Teams, Corey Maggette, Elton Brand, Final Four, Grant Hill on March 27th, 2009 by AXG

“The Blueprint 2 homie, follow the moves…you put on two tube socks you couldn’t walk in my shoes…”

Jay – Z – Diamond Is Forever

William Michael Krzyzewski took over a struggling Duke University Men’s Basketball program 29-years ago, and while he has had the success of 3 National Championships, and 10 Final Fours…there is a stigma that goes along with being a Duke Blue Devil.

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Flight School

Posted in 76ers, Andre Iguodala, AXG, Brandon Roy, Chicago Bears, Dallas Cowboys, Donavan McNabb, Greg Oden, Le Bron James, Maurice Cheeks, Oakland Raiders, Philadelphia 76ers, Philadelphia Eagles, Sixers, Super Bowl on January 15th, 2009 by AXG

 

“I holla at AI peoples…”

 

50 Cent – Ski Mask Way

 

Andre Iguodala and the Philadelphia 76ers have managed to turn things around…recently winning their last 5 games. Iguodala scored a season-high 29 points yesterday. Over the past 21 games, he is averaging 20.4 points and has scored 20+ points in nine of the past 12 games. Read more »

The End For The 76’ers

Posted in 76ers, Blogroll, SLAM on May 2nd, 2008 by Michael Tillery

(Photo: Tom Mihalek/AP)
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Just wasn’t your time. Nothing to hang your head over fellas

Yeah I said it would go 7, but it’s over for my boys. They had a great year and the city should be proud of what is a new beginning. Click on the pic to dig it on SLAM.

Mo Cheeks Gets My Vote For NBA Coach Of The Year

Posted in 76ers, Allen Iverson, Andre Iguodala, Andre Miller, Billy King, Blogroll, Byron Scott, Ed Stefanski, Kevin Ollie, Kyle Korver, Lou Williams, Louis Williams, Maurice Cheeks, Mo Cheeks, NBA, NBA Eastern Conference, Phil Jackson, Philadelphia 76ers, Reggie Evans, Rodney Carney, Samuel Dalembert, Sixers, Willie Green on April 3rd, 2008 by Ron Glover


Mo has the Sixers playing well at both ends of the floor

Picked by anyone with an NBA soapbox to finish last in the Eastern Conference, it’s safe to say that the Philadelphia 76ers have been reading their press clippings – thus proving the so-called experts wrong. The 76ers are currently tied for the 5th seed in the Eastern Conference.

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