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The Eddie Jordan Era

Kate Fagans does it again; clever little graphic.

LOL no idea how I missed this.

LOL no idea how I missed this.

Philadelphia 76ers Preview 2009-2010

An in-depth preview of the Philadelphia Sixers 2009-2010 season.

Holiday is "last in the pecking order" as Jordan said post-practice. That's Jordan's style, to have...

Holiday is "last in the pecking order" as Jordan said post-practice. That's Jordan's style, to have the rookie earn his way onto the floor. So right now he's behind Lou, Willie, and Royal. Jordan called him "solid." After practice, Jrue had some ice wrapped around his knees. When asked about it, he said, "I'm getting old, I'm 19 now." -- Kate Fagan.

Looks like all the things we've heard about Eddie Jordan and his rookies are true.

[Eddie] Jordan began installing his standards for discipline, efficiency, and execution. 'He's very...

[Eddie] Jordan began installing his standards for discipline, efficiency, and execution. 'He's very strict on things,' guard Lou Williams said. 'One of the main things, he stopped the drill and we had to tuck our shirts in, and I think that's the first time we've had a coach that's been so set in his ways. And I think the type of team that we are, we're going to need that. We're going to need our coach to be our leader, and it's going to have to transfer to the guys on the court.'

I like what I'm hearing from the Sixers first day of camp.

Liberty Links 9/25: Eddie Jordan and his coaching philosophies

Links regarding the Sixers newly installed Princeton Offense, and some of Eddie Jordan's philosophies.

Reason #17: A new head coach.

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Reason #17: A new head coach.

More Eddie Jordan from Bullets Forever

Jake from Bullets Forever gives a nice breakdown on how Eddie Jordan was able to improve almost every player's offensive numbers when he was with the Wizards, and how his departure might hurt them. From this excerpt it seems like Lou is headed for a breakout year -- at least offensively. Since the Princeton isn't as reliant on a traditional guard designations, Arenas was free to go back and forth between being a distributor and attacking the basket as a scorer. -- Jake on Gilbert Arenas and the Princeton Offense. Sounds like Lou Williams to me.

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