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November 1, 2013 | By Marc Narducci, Inquirer Staff Writer
Jeff Millman touched many people's lives during a half-century of service to the 76ers. Many of the greatest names in franchise history returned to honor him Wednesday at the Wells Fargo Center against the Miami Heat. Among the former Sixers on hand were Julius Erving, Charles Barkley, Allen Iverson, Moses Malone, Billy Cunningham, Bobby Jones, Darryl Dawkins, and Doug Collins. In a pregame ceremony, the Sixers dedicated their locker room to Millman, a longtime equipment manager who had several jobs with the team over the years.
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September 13, 2013 | BY TOM MAHON, Daily News Staff Writer mahont@phillynews.com
CHARLES BARKLEY is telling it like it is. Again. Sir Charles played three seasons at Auburn before going onto a stellar NBA career. So it would stand to reason that he hates Alabama. Why then is he is considering rooting for the Tide against Texas A&M tomorrow? Two words: Johnny Manziel "Johnny Manziel, he's doing something I never thought was possible," Barkley said on the Waddle and Silvy show on ESPN 1000 in Chicago recently. "He's going to make me root for Alabama this weekend.
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April 22, 2013 | By Bob Ford, Inquirer Columnist
Josh Harris, majority owner of what remains of the Philadelphia 76ers, said last week that the organization is in the "advanced stages" of buying a D-League franchise. For those keeping count, that will give them two of those. There is no other way to look at the local NBA team at the moment. Getting a minor-league franchise is somewhat redundant for Harris and his merry band of amateurs, but at least a coaching change doesn't run $4.5 million in that league. That's what it cost Harris to achieve some measure of peace when Doug Collins decided to resign but wanted the final year of his contract as a parting gift.
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March 16, 2013 | By John N. Mitchell, Inquirer Staff Writer
While 76ers general manager Tony DiLeo continues to figure out what to do with Andrew Bynum - known as "Plan A" since being dubbed so by DiLeo a few weeks back - Sixers legend Charles Barkley has some advice. Pass. "They are in a dilemma now," Barkley said by phone Thursday. "I wouldn't give Andrew Bynum any money if I'm running the team. I'm not going to take that chance. " Barkley, a Hall of Fame player who works for Turner Network Television as an analyst on its Inside the NBA show, is preparing for his role as an analyst during the NCAA tournament.
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February 22, 2013 | BY MARK PERNER, Daily News Staff Writer pernerm@phillynews.com
IN HONOR OF his 50th birthday, which was Wednesday, we honor Charles Barkley for saying, "I'm not a role model . . . Just because I dunk a basketball doesn't mean I should raise your kids. " Chuck was right. We should not allow our kids to worship athletes and other sports figures, because we are setting them up for disappointment. Teach them right from wrong and hopefully the rest will take care of itself. Sometimes, it's difficult. When it's a high-profile athlete who is consistently on TV commercials, magazine ads, has his own video game and is on "SportsCenter" every night, hero worship could become inevitable.
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February 12, 2013 | BY TOM MAHON, Daily News Staff Writer mahont@phillynews.com
CHARLES BARKLEY has an opinion on just about everything. And, apparently, a short memory. On Monday, Barkley appeared on the "Dan Patrick Show" and said that Lakers center Dwight Howard should tell off meddlesome teammate Kobe Bryant. Bryant has said on several occasions that Howard should stop complaining about playing with a shoulder injury. "He should have already told Kobe Bryant to shut the hell up by now, or [tell him he's going to] kick his ass" Barkley said. "He should have done that by now because, as a man, there's only so many times you can call me out publicly.
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February 8, 2013 | BY MARK PERNER, Daily News Staff Writer pernerm@phillynews.com
15th in a Series of 25 THE FAT KID from Leeds did all right for himself. Charles Barkley, once a 300-pound curiosity, went from Alabama to Springfield, Mass., in what seemed like one giant lunge. He is one of the greatest players to ever play the game and will easily appear on a Sixers' Mount Rushmore. But try thinking of an iconic moment that captured him, that defined him. After all, most of his wow moments were not the ones you would want to be remembered by, like spitting on a little girl in New Jersey (with whom he became friendly later on)
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January 4, 2013 | BY MARK PERNER, Daily News Staff Writer pernerm@phillynews.com
Five in a series of 13 WHEN IT comes to uniforms, the Sixers usually get it right. There was the 1965-66 uni that didn't make the grade, but it wasn't because of the look. The players considered the high waist bands and baggy shorts too flashy and the uniforms were discontinued after 1 year. Put a good team in a bad uniform and the talent overcomes the eyesore. But put a bad team in a bad uniform and there is no place to hide. Enter the 1991-94 Sixers uniform.
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December 14, 2012 | BY MARK PERNER, Daily News Staff Writer pernerm@phillynews.com
The Dark Ages: From 1992 to 1997. Or from when Charles Barkley left to when Pat Croce and Larry Brown arrived. BEFORE CHARLES Barkley decided it was time to get out of Dodge and forced a trade to the Phoenix Suns, the decline already had begun. It was obvious Barkley realized that owner Harold Katz was surrounding him with less-than-mediocre talent, expecting Barkley to turn the pumpkins into a gold carriage. Maybe it began with the trade of Mike Gminski, a Barkley pal, to the Charlotte Hornets for Armon Gilliam.
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December 1, 2012 | By the Inquirer Staff
Al Domenico, the 76ers' longtime trainer who endured a 9-73 season in 1972-73 and enjoyed a championship run in 1983, died Friday at age 83. Mr. Domenico retired in July 1989 after 26 seasons as the team's trainer. Among the players he treated were Wilt Chamberlain, Wali Jones, Billy Cunningham, Julius Erving, Bobby Jones, Maurice Cheeks, and Charles Barkley. Mr. Domenico was known for his sense of humor. "I don't have enough time to tell you about Al Domenico," said Sixers coach Doug Collins, who played for the team from 1973 to '81. "The first time I met him was as a rookie.
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