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Topic - Thaddeus Young
The rebuilding, supposed-to-be-really-bad Philadelphia 76ers are 2-0, having followed their stunner over the Miami Heat with a win that left the Washington Wizards' fans booing and their coach already questioning the players' commitment.
Jrue Holiday scored 22 points, and the Philadelphia 76ers found enough motivation to put the Washington Wizards' pursuit of ninth place to rest for good Friday night, pulling away in the second half for a 97-86 victory.
Nick Young scored 18 points in his first game against his old team, Jrue Holiday had 21 and the Philadelphia 76ers beat the Washington Wizards 92-84 Wednesday night.
Derrick Rose crumbled to the floor, clutching his left knee. His season is over and the Bulls' title hopes just might be finished, too.
There's one day left in the NBA's truncated regular season, and only two of the eight first-round postseason matchups opening this weekend have all the particulars decided.
Doug Collins was full of nervous energy — standing, pacing the sideline, shouting instructions. He applauded good plays, and greeted his players with slaps on the back when they returned to the bench. But mistakes were not tolerated and were greeted sternly, with a harsh, corrective tone.
Paul Hewitt's phone was quiet for a month, and he had a long-planned trip to the Caribbean with his wife coming up.
It's clearly the signature highlight so far in this Miami Heat postseason. LeBron James taking off on the fast break, reaching more than a foot above the rim, controlling a perfect lob from Mario Chalmers and delivering a powerful one-handed dunk.
Connecticut All-American Kemba Walker announced Tuesday he will enter June's NBA draft. The junior point guard said he has not hired an agent but has been talking to them.
Amare Stoudemire will miss the New York Knicks' game at New Jersey on Friday because of a sprained left ankle.
The Philadelphia 76ers were 3-13 and another lost season appeared on the horizon.
John O'Connor had his reputation forever stained by 40 seconds of videotape.
Jrue Holiday scored 20 points, Thaddeus Young had 18 points and 10 rebounds and the Philadelphia 76ers beat the Washington Wizards 117-94 on Wednesday night.
Doug Collins saw the schedule and wondered if a season teetering on the brink of rebound or collapse might buckle and collapse.
The Washington Wizards used their first-round pick in last night's NBA Draft to select 6-foot-6 junior swingman Nick Young of Southern Cal.
"This is a team that could have been great," forward Thaddeus Young said. "It was built around the big guy in the middle."
"Sometimes, we think he's a little bit too passionate," 76ers forward Thaddeus Young said.