Ladies and gentlemen, we have ourselves a series. In Game 2 of their first-round matchup against the Chicago Bulls, the Philadelphia 76ers didn't just cruise to a 109-92 victory, but they firmly embraced the challenge of upsetting the No. 1 seed in the Eastern Conference. On Tuesday, the duo of Jrue Holiday and Evan Turner teased us with glimpses of their potential. Andre Iguodala tormented Bulls forward Luol Deng into a 3-for-12 shooting performance.
This is the matchup Evan Turner and the Philadelphia 76ers wanted—well, at least, Evan Turner. If you ask the Philadelphia franchise now how they feel about playing either the Chicago Bulls or the Miami Heat, no one will answer for ... Read Post
Nothing is going right for the Chicago Bulls these playoffs. First, they lost Derrick Rose for the remainder of the year when he tore his ACL in Game 1 of their first round series against the Philadelphia 76ers. The Bulls won that g... Read Post