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  1. Nice of the Sixers to Sum up Their ’07-’08 Season in One Game for Us

    Jan 1, 2007, 12:00 AM EDT

    To no one’s surprise, the Sixers dropped their season opener to a talented Raptors team last night in Toronto. They hung in there for a while and kept it close before the Raptors turned it up and got out to a 22-point second-half lead. But then the Sixers made it interesting, coming to within 1…

  2. Basketball, Tonight! Sixers @ Toronto

    Dec 31, 2006, 5:13 PM EDT

    If you ask your average Philadelphian about the Sixers, they’d probably make some sort of comment pointing out the fact that Allen Iverson is no longer here.  Of course, they are right, but at some point we’re going to have to let go of The Answer and embrace the present.  Sure, it’s probably not going…

  3. Sir Charles on Conan Last Night

    Dec 31, 2006, 11:55 AM EDT

    The world could always use a little more Barkley.  He recently appeared on Conan O’brien show.  Apparently the only thing football is good for is betting on it.  Part II is here.  In part two Sam Cassell looks like Gollum, the Celtics were the ugliest team ever, and jub-jub.

  4. Steve Odabashian is Andy Reid

    Dec 31, 2006, 10:00 AM EDT

    You see the Andy Reid impersonator in the photo posted this morning?  We’d always assumed the guy was a tool, akin to the likes of Sean the pad wearing, screaming fan of Dirty Thirty fame.  Turns out the Philadelphia Weekly did a cover story on the Big Red clone this week.  You can read it…

  5. Schilling Watch: Penned Goodbyes

    Dec 31, 2006, 4:07 AM EDT

       "I actually broke out a pen and paper the last couple days and wrote letters to some people here, just to say goodbye.  There’s a very realistic chance I won’t ever play with them again." -Curt Schilling on returning to Boston, also Stark weighs in

  6. Jason Avant: Scrabble Master

    Dec 31, 2006, 3:40 AM EDT

    So Jason Avant is some sort of Scrabble whiz.  It leaves you wondering, if it’s all about hard work and practice, then why wouldn’t he be a stud wideout as well? [DN]

  7. Happy Halloween, Times Yours

    Dec 31, 2006, 1:28 AM EDT

    PA210103, originally uploaded by odabashian I had never suspected Big Red of being quite the ladies man. Any of you peeps come up with any good costume ideas and/or see any killer ones?  Links people, links.

  8. That Will Leitch is Funny

    Dec 30, 2006, 8:25 PM EDT

    From Will’s foray into blogging at the New York Times and notes on this year’s post season: 1. The Cubs, Phillies and Angels were in the playoffs. Seriously, they were. You might not have noticed, but let the historical record show they were there, however briefly. Don’t expect their fans to purchase many 2007 postseason…

  9. Iguodala and Sixers Haven’t Agreed to Extension

    Dec 30, 2006, 4:45 PM EDT

    Gone are the days when a Sixers game was worth watching simply to see what number three was going to do next.  That doesn’t mean the Sixers aren’t worth watching in my opinion.  Sure there will likely be stretches of horrible play but this team should bring some excitement to the floor. The key to…

  10. Dallas fans who have lived in the Philly area your whole lives

    Dec 30, 2006, 4:05 PM EDT

    WTF is wrong with you people?  Little girls like stars and uniforms.  Not real football fans.

  11. Football Food For Fans Week 7

    Dec 30, 2006, 11:30 AM EDT

    Football Food For Fans ~ Week 7, originally uploaded by Mark K_NJ You know, I think I’d just take the La Fin Du Monde and pass on the bunny.  I mean, I’d give Bugs a shot, but it’s not at the top of my list of foods I’d like to try.  Read more about the…

  12. Donovan McNabb Has Better Taste In Women Than Tony Romo

    Dec 30, 2006, 1:24 AM EDT

    I’m not even sure what Donovan McNabb’s wife looks like, but it’s safe to say that number five has infinitely superior taste in women over Tony Romo. It’s being reported by Ryan Seacrest that Tony Romo received a lap dance from none other than Britney Spears on his recent trip to L.A. during his bye…