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News » Archive » November 2008


76ers are given a beating in Boston  BOSTON - Maurice Cheeks said the message he left with his team was the strongest of the season. 
Submitted on: 2008-11-29

Philadelphia 76ers Getting Inside 2008-11-29  Even the normally upbeat Maurice Cheeks is starting to show a bit of strain. 
Submitted on: 2008-11-29

Philadelphia 76ers Notes, Quotes 2008-11-29  --The Sixers' game Sunday afternoon against the Bulls is the start of a home-and-home set that concludes Tuesday in Chicago. 
Submitted on: 2008-11-29

Philadelphia 76ers Roster Report 2008-11-29  ROTATION: Starters -- Point guard Andre Miller, Shooting guard Andre Iguodala, Small forward Thaddeus Young, Power forward Elton Brand, Center Samuel Dalembert. 
Submitted on: 2008-11-29

Allen, Celtics overwhelm 76ers  Ray Allen scored 23 points and Kevin Garnett added 16 to lead the Boston Celtics to their seventh straight victory, 102-78 over the Philadelphia 76ers on Friday night. 
Submitted on: 2008-11-29

Celtics 102, 76ers 78  Ray Allen had a stretch of 11 straight points in the third quarter Friday. 
Submitted on: 2008-11-29

Around the league / Balanced Celtics outlast Warriors   Celtics 119, Warriors 111 
Submitted on: 2008-11-29

Lewis sinks late trey to lift Magic   PHILADELPHIA -- It wasn't the complete, sustained effort that Coach Stan Van Gundy has been waiting to see, but Orlando found just enough of its early-season mettle to keep winning ball games with a dramatic 96-94 win over Philadelphia. 
Submitted on: 2008-11-28

ROUNDUP   Iverson to be fined for missing practice 
Submitted on: 2008-11-28

Ratliff steps up for Sixers' defense   THE 76ers' CENTER suddenly has three heads. 
Submitted on: 2008-11-28

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