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Report: Sixers Will Take 'Hard Look' At Jrue Holiday

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — It would be a complete 360 for The Process.

Jrue Holiday was a 2009 first-round pick of the Sixers and was traded during the 2013 draft by ex-general manager Sam Hinkie for Nerlens Noel and the Pelicans’ first-round pick (which turned into Michael Carter-Williams). 335 more words

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Schwartz: Next Coach Question Is Just Tip Of The Iceberg For Islanders

By Peter Schwartz
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One could certainly nitpick about the timing of the Islanders firing head coach Jack Capuano on Tuesday.

That it came after Monday’s 4-0 win over the Bruins in Boston, arguably their best game of the season, was just a tad bit bizarre. 841 more words


Wayne Simmonds Announces Engagement

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Sorry ladies, another Philadelphia Flyer is off the market

Related: Wayne Simmonds Selected As Flyers’ Lone All-Star

About a month after the… 94 more words

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Jewish Community Center In West Bloomfield Evacuated Due To Bomb Threat

WEST BLOOMFIELD (WWJ) – The Jewish Community Center on West Maple Road in West Bloomfield has been evacuated because of a bomb threat.

No injuries have been reported. 127 more words


Keidel: Falcons Lack Playoff Pedigree, But Not Super Bowl-Caliber Talent

By Jason Keidel
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With three iconic clubs in the NFL’s final four, there’s a lost, gridiron stepchild playing Sunday.

Despite Pittsburgh’s big three (Ben Roethlisberger, Le’Veon Bell and Antonio Brown), Green Bay’s terminator quarterback (Aaron Rodgers), and New England inching toward their fifth Super Bowl title this young century, none of them have the weekend’s most potent offense. 692 more words


Drexel Looks To Build Off Win

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Drexel heads down to North Carolina this week for a Thursday night match-up with Elon.

The Dragons are 7-11 and they improved to 1-4 in CAA play last time out on Saturday, with a 76-60 win over rival Delaware. 356 more words

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Schmeelk: Carmelo Anthony, Knicks Continue To Opt For Mediocrity

By John Schmeelk
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If anyone really expected the result of the latest Phil Jackson/Carmelo Anthony kerfuffle to be anything but the status quo, they weren’t paying attention. 779 more words