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Roy Burton

Associate Editor

As a Sixers' fan since birth, I have an unnatural affinity towards both Charles Barkley and Allen Iverson. When I'm not writing for Liberty Ballers, I co-host a podcast called The Broad Street Line. For the right price, I'll be your Doug Stamper.

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Philadelphia 76ers' Exit Interview Recap

The 2013-14 Philadelphia 76ers' season is in the refrigerator... the door is closed, the lights are out, the eggs are cooling, the butter's getting hard, the Jell-O's jiggling, and the players and coaches are talking.

76ers' Sunday Morning Shootaround: All Of Me

In this edition of the Sunday Morning Shootaround, we take down the worst RA ever, Michael Carter-Williams picks up a hobby, and Malik Rose gets some well-deserved praise.

76ers' Sunday Shootaround: The Nae Nae Edition

In this edition of the Sunday Morning Shootaround, a dance craze sweeps the nation, the Sixers take their team photo, and Drake hangs out with his newest favorite team.

ESPN NBA Front Office Rankings: Sixers 24th

According to ESPN, the Philadelphia 76ers' front office ranks among the bottom third of teams in the NBA. General Manager Sam Hinkie plans to use that article as confetti after the Sixers win a title in 2019.

76ers' Sunday Morning Shootaround: Yes, The Sixers

In today's Sunday Morning Shootaround, we answer the age-old question 'Did The Sixers Win?', look back at the last 76ers' title parade, and explain how Sally Struthers could have ended the now-infamous streak long before it truly got going.

Beyonce? Flawless. The Sixers? Not So Much

There probably aren't a ton of Beyonce fans in our target demo, but when a team drops an NBA record 26 games in a row, it's only right to mark the occasion with a song.

76ers' Sunday Morning Shootaround: Our First Time

The first tweets from a handful of Sixers-related accounts are far less embarrassing than the recent performance of the team itself.

76ers' Sunday Shootaround: Tanks On Tanks On Tanks

In this edition of the Sunday Morning Shootaround, Evan Turner gets a ride to the airport, Tony Wroten's sneaker falls apart, and Brett Brown goes far beyond the call of duty.

Sixers, Sneakers Fall Apart Late In Loss To Pacers

The Philadelphia 76ers had a couple of chances to upset the Indiana Pacers in the fourth quarter on Friday night. But then the game went all Chinua Achebe, and the East-leading Pacers were able to escape Philly with a 101-94 win.

Sixers-Pacers Reaction Thread: Close, But No Cigar

The Philadelphia 76ers gave it the old college try, but they eventually fell to the Indiana Pacers on Friday night 101-94. The loss was the Sixers' 19th in a row and 50th on the season.

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