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'm an NBA Featured Columnist for Bleacher Report, the associate sports editor for two.one.five magazine, and I co-host a podcast called The Broad Street Line. Patiently waiting to be sued for copyright infringement by SEPTA.
In this special Father's Day edition of the Sunday Morning Shootaround, the Sixers are looking for someone who can turn tricks, Nick Young hangs out at an awards show, and we take a look back at one of the greatest regional networks of all time.
In this edition of the Sunday Morning Shootaround, we question Evan Turner's defense of the indefensible, celebrate Allen Iverson's birthday, and explain how Joshua Harris almost became the next Ted DiBiase.
In this edition of the Sunday Morning Shootaround, we catch up with a long-lost former Sixer, discuss overrated breakfast establishments, and wonder whether Evan Turner has the CARFAX for the Pontiac that he's trying to sell.
Sixers' owner Josh Harris spoke at length about the future of the Philadelphia 76ers at the NBA Draft Lottery on Tuesday night. Also, Commissioner David Stern continued his farewell tour by dressing down a reporter on national TV. It was a good day.