Preview of tonight’s Bucks at 76ers game, from Milwaukee’s view.
Jrue Holiday’s steadily improving play is starting to get noticed around the League and with the national media. ESPN.com’s David Thorpe projects that Holiday will eventually go down as a Top 5 player in the 2009 Draft Class. Also there is an extensive interview with Holiday over at HoopsTV.
Over at foxsports.com the 76ers continue their slide down John Galinsky’s Power Rankings.
The 76ers tip-off their annual pregame “block party” event series tonight before the game vs. the Bucks. So you can partydown at the Wachovia Center 2 hours before you go watch the Sixers and Bucks. You can stop laughing now.
The 76ers chime in on the trading of Donovan McNabb. On the whole they seemed surprised and disappointed.
Brian over at depressedfan.com updates the 76ers Lottery Odds. The loss to the Heat has the Sixers with in 2-games of the third worst record in the League. And with Sacto’s win last night, the Sixers are just 1.5 games back of the 5th worst record in the NBA.
We like the Sixers chances of inching closer to a Top 5 pick this weekend. The NBA schedule has the Sixers on a back-to-back set this weekend, the final weekend of the regular season. Friday they face the Bucks down at the Wachovia Center. The Sixers lead the season series over the Bucks 2-1, but Milwaukee is locked into a playoff seed battle and should be plenty hungry on Friday night. Then on Saturday night the 76ers take on the Grizzlies in Memphis. The Grizz beat the Sixers 102-97 back in November during their only match up so far this year.
We learn from the 76ers Twitter account that Rodney Carney will be game time decision and Francisco Elson will be available vs. the Bucks tonight .
Bob Cooney of the Inqy hands out his end of the year Sixers awards.
The ESPN 30 for 30 documentary film “No Crossover: The Trial of Allen Iverson” is set to make its City of Brotherly Love debut Sunday night at the Philadelphia Film Festival Spring Preview. The trailer is below…