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Published: Fri, 13 Jan 2017 04:17:03 GMT

 



Smallwood: Now we'll see how far Sixers have come
IT WAS Dec. 29, 2013, and the Sixers were on a six-game road trip that took them to Milwaukee, Phoenix, Los Angeles (Lakers), Denver, Sacramento and Portland.



Smallwood: Isaiah Austin braving Marfan risk to play pro
THE HEADLINE on Sunday morning from sportingnews.com read: "Isaiah Austin beats the odds, signs professional contract." Unfortunately, we don't know if that is a good thing.



Smallwood: By the numbers, Embiid is an All-Star-caliber player
AROUND THIS TIME 20 years ago, I wrote a column saying that dynamic Sixers rookie Allen Iverson deserved consideration for selection to the 1997 NBA All-Star Game.



Smallwood: Sixers, like the Wolves, need to pay their dues
CURRENTLY THREE teams in the NBA have three players averaging at least 20.9 points a game. Two of those teams - the Golden State Warriors (Kevin Durant, Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson) and Cleveland Cavaliers (LeBron James, Kyrie Irving, Kevin Love) - respectively lead the Western and Eastern conferences.



Smallwood: Poor judgment for Eagles to put Wentz back into game
CALL ME overprotective, but there is no way I would have put Carson Wentz back into Thursday night's game against the New York Giants.



Smallwood: Reich has maintained confidence about Eagles' o-line all along
AT THE TIME he said it, Eagles offensive coordinator Frank Reich sounded like a new coach speaking "coachish" about a group of players he was just starting to get familiar with.



Smallwood: Eagles must keep Wentz at low-risk
BALTIMORE - If you are Eagles coach Doug Pederson, what is your top priority for the final two games? A hint is that it involves ignoring much of the established macho culture of the National Football League.



Smallwood: New labor deal could benefit Sixers
WITH THE National Basketball Association reportedly pulling in $4.8 billion in revenue last season, it has never been more financially secure. Late Wednesday night, the league and its players eliminated the only thing that could derail the money train by tentatively agreeing on a new collective bargaining agreement.



Smallwood: How Sixers have failed in recent drafts
HINDSIGHT IS 20/20 and if ESPN.com were to release its annual rankings of NBA players today instead of before the 2016-17 season began, at least one Sixer likely would get a lot more respect.



Smallwood: Eagles simply lack talent
AT LEAST Eagles coach Doug Pederson doesn't have to deal with lingering, awkward questions about his players failing to show up for Sunday's game against Washington.