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Derek Bodner

Associate Editor

Derek Bodner is a lifelong resident of the Philadelphia area, currently residing within walking distance of Broad and Pattison. While he considers himself a 4-for-4 guy, his major passions have been the Sixers and the Phillies, where he is a season ticket holder for both. Besides being Associate Editor at SBNation Philly, he also writes for SBNation's 76ers blog, LibertyBallers, and is a college basketball scout for the NBA Draft website DraftExpress.com.

MOST RECENT POSTS

76ers Big Man Situation Getting Worse

Spencer Hawes and Nikola Vucevic don't appear like they're close to returning, Thaddeus Young went down with a lower back injury early in the 4th quarter and Lavoy Allen and Tony Battie struggled against the Nets. What options are the Sixers looking at to add depth to their front court rotation?

Philadelphia 76ers set sights on Atlantic Division title

Doug Collins believes the Sixers can win the Atlantic Division. With upcoming games against the Denver Nuggets, Atlanta Hawks and Miami Heat, fans will learn a lot about the Sixers shortly.

Spencer Hawes Injury Highlights Lack Of Depth In Front Court

While the injury to Spencer Hawes in the third quarter of last nights 97-62 blowout win against the Raptors doesn't appear likely to cause the big man to miss time, it brings to focus the lack of front court depth the Sixers have, which has largely been masked by Hawes great play to start the season.

Jrue Holiday's development gives Sixers hope

The improvement of Jrue Holiday is crucial for the Sixers to take the next step as a team.

76ers Cap Situation With Thaddeus Young, Spencer Hawes Signed

A look at the 76ers salary cap situation after the signings of Thaddeus Young and Spencer Hawes.

Two preseason games scheduled for 76ers

The 76ers are likely to have 2 preseason games, a home and home series with the Washington Wizards, SB Nation Philly has learned, although the NBA has yet to officially announce either regular...

The new CBA and how it affects the 76ers

As details of the Collective Bargaining Agreement that was agreed upon in principle leak, we take a look at how the changes affect the Sixers upcoming roster decisions.

76ers fire scouts John Nash, Chris Ford

The 76ers have parted ways with long time scouts John Nash and Chris Ford. Nash had previously been a General Manager of the 76ers from 1986 to 1990. He was also General Manager of the Washington...

Past, future of 76ers ownership group comes into focus

The new 76ers ownership group met with members of the media for the first time Tuesday at the Palestra, discussing how the group was formed and what changes are ahead, including slashing ticket...

Past, future of 76ers ownership group comes into focus

The new 76ers ownership group met with members of the media for the first time Tuesday at the Palestra, discussing how the group was formed and what changes are ahead, including slashing ticket prices and a change in the front office.

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