It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia: The Sixers’ early season surprise


Or so it seems after the first three games. This team got rid of any poten­tial stars, traded for a lot­tery pick who may miss the whole sea­son, just to take pole posi­tion in the Rig­gin’ for Wig­gins sweep­stakes & start over next sea­son. But so far this team has shown it has other plans. Its been awe­some watch­ing young guys come together like this but it’s early. They’ve been fun, but they are far from a con­tender. So one must ques­tion – is it really wise? Should they stick to the orig­i­nal plan and throw as many games as pos­si­ble or ride this new­found suc­cess to where it may take them. Who knows, they could be the next big feel good story since Lin­san­ity. But Judg­ing by where Jeremy is now, this war­rants cau­tion & deserves some pretty seri­ous thought.


Here’s a great take on this sit­u­a­tion via TrueHoop.

Dev Kabir Malik has a clinically alarming dependence on basketball and spends most of his time watching, analyzing, writing and even playing a little pickup (and some 2K too). In the little time he has left, he dabbles with design, art & music.