Philly’s Playoff Run: This Ain’t Over

Posted in Mo Cheeks, Philadelphia 76ers, SLAM on April 30th, 2008 by Michael Tillery

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Wrote a little piece on SLAM expressing my belief this series is going seven. Click on Cheeks to check it out on SLAM or read the piece below. Read more »

NBA Playoff Sunday

Posted in Andre Miller, Chauncey Billups, Flip Saunders, Mo Cheeks, Rasheed Wallace, Reggie Evans, Richard Hamilton, Tayshaun Prince, Willie Green on April 21st, 2008 by Michael Tillery

(ERIC SEALS / DFP)

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Reggie Evans came to play no matter how much Sheed tried to hold him down. Did you see the fall away 17 footer at the shot clock buzzer and the swishing of two free throws?

Philadelphia 90, Detroit 86

Philly’s first playoff win in Detroit

Who else was I supposed to start with? I’m going to try and be chill here and not go overboard but DAMN THE SIXERS REALLY WON?

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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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