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  1. So, the Sixers are trying Evan Turner out at point guard. Yeah, it blows our mind, too.

    Oct 2, 2010, 5:00 PM EST

    I’m not going to waste your time with a workup of an intro. Let’s just get into the meat on this one, okay? The Sixers were in training camp and put Evan Turner and Lou Williams in the backcourt for the second team. Makes sense. You would have thought Turner might wind up on the…

  2. Sixers deny any serious Carmelo Anthony talks

    Sep 17, 2010, 9:09 AM EST

    Yesterday we told you about rumors of a complex, still-in-discussions trade involving the Nets, Sixers and Nuggets in an effort to grant Carmelo Anthony a one-way ticket out of Denver. Except the Sixers say they are not playing that game. The original report came from the Ken Berger at CBSSports, but the Philadelphia Inquirer asked…

  3. Doug Collins' novel idea: Get Andre Iguodala to attack the rim

    Sep 16, 2010, 12:15 PM EST

    Last season, Andre Iguodala took as many three-point shots a game (3.7 on average) as he did shots at the rim (3.9). The Princeton offense had him floating around on the perimeter and creating a lot of his own shots. Anyone who watched Team USA this summer knows that when he attacks the rim, Iggy…

  4. Anthony still wants out in Denver, but deals to move him are complex

    Sep 16, 2010, 9:31 AM EST

    It’s really a two-step process for the Nuggets to move on and trade Carmelo Anthony. And while most of us are having fun playing around with step two, the Nuggets still seem to be on step one. Step one: Accept that he is going to leave and that you have to trade him. Step two:…

  5. Iverson's manager "shocked" no team has contacted him

    Sep 13, 2010, 10:31 PM EST

    There was a time when Allen Iverson filled arenas to see him play, when he was the player symbolizing the bridge to the hip-hop culture in the NBA, when his jersey sales were at the top of the league, when he was one of the most dynamic players in the NBA. That was a decade…

  6. Samuel Dalembert wants the rock

    Sep 13, 2010, 11:38 AM EST

    Philadelphia didn’t expect scoring out of Samuel Dalembert, he was the defensive stopper. Last season he got an average of 6.4 shots per game and that led to 8.1 points. Not much, but those numbers were up from the year before. But Dalembert can score, and he wants the rock, as he told RDS.ca (as…

  7. Clippers ask about Andre Iguodala trade

    Jul 22, 2010, 9:13 AM EST

    The Clippers have a pretty nice roster — Baron Davis at the point, Eric Gordon at the two, Blake Griffin as the power forward and Chris Kaman anchoring the middle. What they lack is an attacking wing player at the three. They struck out not only with LeBron James but with all the big name…

  8. Report: Jason Kapono available via trade. You know, if you like shooters.

    Jul 20, 2010, 7:17 PM EST

    There’s a reason the Miami Heat made sure to snatch up Mike Miller. Or that Chicago went out and got Kyle Korver. Or that Orlando chose to match an offer for JJ Redick. Great shooters are hard to find. Which is why Philadelphia will likely find interest in Jason Kapono, who they are shopping around…

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