On Tuesday evening, the Philadelphia 76ers smelled blood in the water. Down eight at halftime, the Sixers surged back in the third quarter, outscoring the Chicago Bulls 36-14 in the game's penultimate quarter. The Sixers would ultimately steal home court from the Bulls, defeating the East's No. 1 seed, 109-92. Behind a flurry of fast-break scoring in the third quarter from Andre Iguodala, Thaddeus Young and Lou Williams, the Sixers staked their claim as a legitimate opponent of the Derrick Rose-less Bulls.
Since 2002, the Philadelphia 76ers have made five selections in the second round of the NBA draft. While it's not common for teams to find long-term solutions in the draft's ultimate stage, there are some treasures to be had. Lavoy ... Read Post
The long and winding Derrick Rose saga appears to be over for this season, and while Chicago Bulls fans are probably disappointed that Rose has been all but ruled out of the playoffs, it was ultimately the right decision for Rose an... Read Post