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We'll bring the links, you bring the discussion. Casual Friday open thread discussion fun for everyone! In this week's edition of Casual Friday, we usher in a new era of blog management that is very similar to the old .

Plays hamburger roulette
Plays hamburger roulette
Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

Welcome to another edition of Casual Friday Sixers Links!

Housekeeping:

• Even though he is not actually going away and will still make contributions to LB, I'd like to personally thank Levin for bringing me onboard to write for this tremendous site a couple years ago. He is as organized and meticulous behind-the-scenes as he is fun in public, and it has been a thrill to blog with him over the past couple years. That said, don't feel too sad. Sean and Jake are just as great, and even better Jake is just entering college next year. Those are your prime years for blogging. Continue to expect excellence in Liberty Ballers and we'll continue to deliver excellence. Or if you don't expect excellence out of us (and let's be honest, who does), you can always expect us to bring the poop.

• Missing you, Mike

• Many people have asked many blog leaders over the years if they could change their SB Nation username because there was no manual way to do it yourself. Now you can manually change your username one time without having to ask any higher-up to do it for you. Click on this Blog Huddle link for specific instructions on how to change your username.

• Want to share some Sixers thoughts with the LB community? Write a FanPost. Do a good job on it and we may even promote it to the front page. I'll even link to it in the weekly links post too. You'll be famous!

• For new post updates and draft commentary from our writers, follow LB on Twitter - @Liberty_Ballers, and be the first to know the next time LB gets a Twitter shoutout from Molly Sullivan.

• Follow all of our wonderful writers on Twitter:
Sean O'Connor (@soconnor76)
Jake Pavorsky (@JakePavorsky)
Tanner Steidel (@tsteidel)
Derek Bodner (@DerekBodnerNBA)
Dave Rueter (@wheresbenrivera)
Justin F. (@JustinF_LB)
Brandon Lee Gowton (@BrandonGowton)
Roy Burton (@TheBSLine)
Rich Hofmann, Jr. (@rich_hofmann)
Mike Baumann (@MJ_Baumann)
Jake Fischer (@JakeLFischer)
Matt Carey (@RealMattCarey)
Kyle Neubeck (@NeubeckNBA)
Sohil Doshi (@Sohil_Doshi)
Blogger emeritus/still part-time blogger: Michael Levin (@Michael_Levin)

BEST OF LIBERTY BALLERS:

A Thing - Michael Levin
Thanks again for everything, Mike!

A Final Look at the 2014 Draft: What Does Sam Hinkie Want in a Draft Prospect? - Derek Bodner
Like most intelligent people, Hinkie takes into account many different factors and variables.

2015 Prospect Week - Looking at Potential Selections - LB Staff
It's never too soon!

76ers' Sunday Morning Shootaround: Bachelorette Party - Roy Burton
Featuring a contribution from me.....where I talk about The Bachelorette. I regret nothing.

Playing Injury Roulette With Nerlens Noel, Joel Embiid and Paul George - Kyle Neubeck
If you are considering looking at photos and/or video of the Paul George injury....don't.

Three's Company: What The Sixers Could Get Out Of A Kevin Love Trade - Jake Pavorsky
A Suzanne Somers autograph.

SIXERS AND OTHER BASKETBALL-RELATED LINKS:

Introducing the SPORTS HATE MAP - SB Nation
Everybody south of New England in the Eastern time zone (including Florida!) hates the Heat except for Pennsylvania.

Way-too-early 2015 Mock Draft - ESPN Insider (subscription required)
The Sixers have the #1 pick and will select Jahlil Okafor. It's never too soon!

Bucks' Parker deemed most likely to stand out in 2014-15 - NBA dot com
And other NBA rookie awards! It's just like high school all over again.

#TransformationTuesday: Joel Embiid - Sixers dot com
Those arms. Wow.

A day at Adidas Nations with sleepy jumpers, future stars and Tracy McGrady - SB Nation
Mike Levin writes a love letter to Montrezl Harrell.

A night without end - SB Nation
The tragic story of a 29-year old woman who lost her life after being struck with a car by Jamaican basketball player Kimani Ffriend.

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REMINDER - RULES OF THE THREAD: As long as you keep it clean (no cursing and please remember to clean your room before threading) and respectful, it's fair game. It's your thread - use it as you see fit.

Now, discuss! Happy Friday!