Was there ever a doubt that Philadunkia nation will always love Allen Iverson?  Not according to Bob Cooney’s story in the Daily News.

As we all know, the 76ers interviewed Doug Collins over the weekend and met with Avery Johnson on Monday. YAWN! 

However Phil Jasner of the DN reported that Jeff Van Gundy is no longer a candidate and that Ed Stefanski has scheduled a meeting with ESPN analyst Mark Jackson.  Now you’ve got our attention.

Larry Brown is still denying that he has any interest in working for the 76ers, “but there’s an opening at Episcopal High School in Philly,”  he said on Friday.  We wonder how much truth there is to Larry’s sly comments because as you may or may not know, legendary Episcopal boys basketball head coach Dan Dougherty recently retired after 30 years on the job.  We bet LB would love to coach his kid’s high school team.

LB still loves Larry Hughes which is good news for Hughes and bad news for CHA; PHL or where ever Brown ends up coaching next.  To think we could have chosen Paul Pierce instead of Hughes on that June night back in 1998 still makes us cringe.’s Dei Lynam reports that Ed Stefanski’s job is now safe and makes a case for Sam Mitchell as the next 76ers head coach.

After former 76ers head coach Eddie Jordan withdrew his name from the Rutgers coaching search, the job went to another guy with Philly ties, former St. Joe’s assistant coach Mike Rice.

Brian at has a tremendous breakdown of nearly all of Jrue Holiday’s turnovers during 2009-10.  The analysis is simply incredible work.

From Andre Iguodala’s Twitter account we learn what “ard” means.

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