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Detroit Pistons
Record: 56 - 14 (.800)
Standings: First, Central
At Home: 31 - 3
At Road: 25 - 11
Streak: W 1
Philadelphia 76ers
Record: 32 - 37 (.464)
Standings: Second, Atlantic
At Home: 20 - 15
At Road: 12 - 22
Streak: L 2


Season
PPG: 96.6 Opp PPG: 89.6
FG%: .452 Opp FG%: .449
RPG: 40.4 Opp RPG: 41.2
Season
PPG: 99.6 Opp PPG: 101.6
FG%: .456 Opp FG%: .462
RPG: 40.7 Opp RPG: 43.3


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Player G PPG RPG APG
Hamilton, R 70 20.6 3.4 3.4
Billups, C 70 18.9 3.2 8.7
Wallace, R 70 15.5 6.9 2.4
Prince, T 70 13.9 4.3 2.2
Wallace, B 70 7.5 11.7 2.0
McDyess, A 70 7.3 5.0 1.0
Delk, T 12 6.4 1.8 1.0
Evans, M 69 5.1 2.1 0.8
Cato, K 23 3.8 2.7 0.1
Delfino, C 58 3.3 1.6 0.7
Johnson, A 1 2.0 0.0 0.0
Maxiell, J 21 1.7 0.5 0.0
Hunter, L 19 1.6 1.2 1.3
Acker, A 3 0.7 0.0 0.0
Davis, D 20 0.6 1.4 0.2
Head Coach: Flip Saunders

Player G PPG RPG APG
Iverson, A 61 32.8 3.4 7.5
Webber, C 66 20.1 10.0 3.4
Iguodala, A 69 12.4 5.9 2.8
Korver, K 69 11.7 3.4 2.2
Salmons, J 69 8.0 2.8 2.8
Dalembert, S 53 7.6 8.4 0.4
Hunter, S 58 5.7 3.8 0.2
Barnes, M 44 3.3 2.3 0.5
Ollie, K 64 2.7 1.4 1.3
Randolph, S 44 2.3 2.4 0.3
Williams, L 24 1.8 0.5 0.3
Bradley, M 37 1.6 2.5 0.4
Head Coach: Maurice Cheeks



Tonight's Games Time (ET) Nat'l TV Game Notes
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Memphis @ New Jersey 7:30 pm NBALP MEM | NJN Preview
Boston @ New York 7:30 pm NBALP BOS | NYK Preview
Detroit @ Philadelphia 7:30 pm ESPN DET | PHI Preview
Indiana @ Atlanta 7:00 pm NBALP IND | ATL Preview
Dallas @ Cleveland 7:00 pm NBALP DAL | CLE Preview
Seattle @ Houston 8:30 pm NBALP SEA | HOU Preview
Orlando @ Minnesota 8:00 pm NBALP ORL | MIN Preview
Utah @ Denver 10:00 pm ESPN2 UTA | DEN Preview
NO/Okla. City @ Golden State 10:30 pm NBALP NOK | GSW Preview
Sacramento @ Portland 10:00 pm NBALP SAC | POR Preview

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Back to Top Mar 29 2006 6:03AM

Eh, I did it as best as I could, lol.

In any case the 76ers aren't simply cold, and no it doesn't mean their hot. They simply stink, worse then your 12 year old adolescent, worse then the National Garbage Can of America. Simply put it, they have under-achieved this season, expected to win the division and 50 games, they're lucky if they even win 40. As a matter of fact if they lose 4 straight games, their lost total will be 41 clinching another Losing season for Mo Cheeks.

What a disgrace this organization is, 4 years ago, we were cheering about Larry Brown and Company beating the odds, and advancing to the NBA finals, only to run into a Lakers Organization that was red hot. We thought we would return, we thought we would win games. We didn't, Billy King made the idiotic choice of rebuliding, and with that comes fans hoping for a "future". Let me tell you this: That future will consist of more embrassing records, and even a more embrassing franchise. The roster will look NOTHING like the 2001 NBA finals squad, and not just because of Allen Iverson's expiring contract in 2009. It won't have the coach, the passion, the swagger. Oh and yes the roster.

The 2001 76ers were the best things that happened to us, recapturing all that has happened is a magical thing indeed. Projected to be the 4th seed in the playoffs and to at least reach the 2nd round, the 76ers showed glispes of great promise, but with Theo Ratliff's Latest injury, the 76ers no longer had a dominate center (Sammy Dalembert was injuried for the most part of the year). Billy King then very smartly and wisely, sent Theo Ratliff to the Atlanta Hawks, who then had Dikembe Mutombo. Under Mutombo's defensive presense, along side Eric Snow and George Lynch. (The Players I name aren't, weren't starters infact I think Lynch has retired.) Allen Iverson reached the NBA finals for the first time in his 7 year career. (We thought he would have many more trips, and it would be like MJ, who never won the finals until his 9th year I believe). Unfourtantely as we know management has tempted with that.

Now that Billy King has made the horrid commitment "To winning now and the future" The fanbase has believed in this plan, as a result let the franchise sink to this......3 losses, that's all it'll take for a losing record.

We have done it, for all the critizing we have done to Billy King, we have let him take full control of the steering wheel, this arguably has to be the worst roster Allen Iverson has ever played on. Despite all the youth and talent on this team, they are not the dominate force that they could've been. They are not nearly as dedicated to the game as they have said in TC (Training Camp). Instead they are a bunch of babies likely to be together in 2007-2008, and maybe even in 2009. This is what King calls "Winning now and winning in the future" This is what fans call rebuliding. And now as we "Prepare" to face the Detroit Pistons. This is what I call King and the 76ers organization (and some of the fans who actually believed in management).

A DISGRACE!
 
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