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Al Horford Donates $500K For Coronavirus Relief Everywhere He's Played Philadelphia 76ers center Al Horford reportedly is the latest professional athlete to pitch in for coronavirus relief, and he's spreading his generosity all over, including Boston.
Vote in Round 2 all-time Sixers one-on-one bracket Round two of the all-time Sixers one-on-one bracket rolls on, and unless you believe Allen Iverson is going to take an L to the likes of Hersey Hawkins, it does not appear many major upsets are in the cards today. As a reminder, here's what the Allen Iverson region looks like after being updated to reflect first-round results.
Al Horford $500,000 coronavirus relief donation aids Boston, Dominican Republic, & all his basketball stops Al Horford is donating $500,000 to coronavirus relief efforts in his native Dominican Republic and all of his basketball stops, an NBA source confirms to MassLive. Shams Charania was first to report the donation, which will aid relief efforts in Boston, Michigan, Florida, Atlanta, and Philadelphia.
NBA.com - 76ers Doing Their Part to Assist During Coronavirus Pandemic The following excerpt is taken from an article that appears on NBA.com. The piece was written by Brian Martin. Read the entire article by clicking here. For additional information about the contributions made by Harris, Blitzer, and the 76ers, check out the links below:.
Al Horford donates $500,000 to COVID-19 relief in Dominican Republic, U.S. regions he's played in Philadelphia 76ers big man Al Horford is doing his bit to help with the coronavirus pandemic. As The Athletic's Shams Charania reported, Horford is donating $500,000 to his home country of the Dominican Republic and every region in the United States where he's played basketball.
NBA Draft 2020: Top 5 international prospects International players are taking the league by storm and none of these guys played college basketball nor grew up in the United States - this type of player is becoming more and more common. Nearly a quarter of the league is made up of international players and so is nearly half of the Sixers roster.
Sixers' Al Horford to donate $500,000 to COVID-19 relief Sixers big man Al Horford committed to donating $500,000 to aid COVID-19 relief on Thursday afternoon, targeted at his native Domincan Republic in addition to areas in Michigan, Florida, Georgia, Boston, and Philadelphia where he has played throughout his basketball career.
Al Horford donates $500,000 for coronavirus relief in Dominican Republic, U.S. Philadelphia 76ers big man Al Horford has donated $500,000 to aid those affected by the novel coronavirus pandemic in his home country of the Dominican Republic and various regions of the U.S., according to Shams Charania of The Athletic and Stadium.
Report: Sixers Center Al Horford Has Donated $500,000 To Aid Coronavirus Pandemic Relief The Sixers center is doing his part to attempt to help in the coronavirus pandemic relief effort.
Team Donates Funds to Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Philadelphia 76ers Managing Partner Josh Harris, Co-Managing Partner David Blitzer and the Philadelphia 76ers organization on Thursday made a generous donation to the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.
Team Makes Significant Donation to Cooper University Health Care Philadelphia 76ers Managing Partner Josh Harris, Co-Managing Partner David Blitzer and the Philadelphia 76ers organization have made a significant donation to Cooper University Health Care's COVID-19 Assistance Fund that will make a positive impact in meeting the challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Reassessing Elton Brand's GM Tenure: Part 1 He helped space the floor, provided secondary ball-handling, and even stepped up in certain defensive assignments, like when he guarded Marc Gasol in the Raptors series.
Report: New York Knicks eyeing Philadelphia 76ers GM Elton Brand for same role - TSN.ca A source told Stefan Bondy of the New York Daily News, that Brand has been targeted by newly hired Knicks president Leon Rose as a candidate for the Knicks job. Complicating Brand's path the New York, however, is the fact that he's under contract with the 76ers for the 2020-21 season.
Why Sixers' Elton Brand Is The Wrong Man To Be Knicks GM New York Knicks president Leon Rose is reportedly interested in hiring Sixers GM Elton Brand to be his new GM, but that's not a good idea.
Grandma Helen's Attic Edition #132: Sixers and NBA links from around the web Grandma Helen's Attic is a constantly updated fanpost containing Sixers and NBA links from around the web, brought to you by Liberty Ballers community member Grandma Helen. You can find Edition 132 here. From Grandma Helen:.
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Ranking the top 5 small forwards in the history of the Philadelphia 76ers We have already made our lists for the top five point guards in the franchise's history as well as the list for the shooting guards. Naturally, we move on to the small forwards as we go down the list of positions. Just as we did with the first two positions, the list will be in reverse order.
Report: Knicks Targeting Sixers GM Elton Brand The Sixers have had three different general managers since the start of the 2013 season, four if you count head coach Brett Brown brief stint in the role, and could possibly be looking for another GM in the near future.
Knicks reportedly have sights set on Sixers GM Brand New York Knicks president of basketball operations Leon Rose is targeting Elton Brand for the team's general manager post, according to Stefan Bondy of the New York Daily News. Brand, 41, is currently the GM of the Philadelphia 76ers, a position he has held since 2018.
Ben Simmons Reacts To Sixers Fans Donating Food, Medical Supplies To First Responders Simmons and the Sixers have been promoting "The Philly Pledge" campaign, which is a donation drive that hopes to raise funds and resources for the brave first responders in this fight against the dreaded coronavirus.
New York Knicks Could Hire Philadelphia 76ers Elton Brand As Their New GM: Reports The New York Knicks are reportedly looking to hire Elton Brand as their new general manager. The Knicks recently hired former CAA basketball agent Leon Rose as their team president. However, there have now been reports about them wanting to hire a new GM to replace Scott Perry.
Vecenie’s 2020 NBA Draft Big Board, 4.0: New No. 1 amid… NBA Draft Analyst Sam Vecenie updates his ranking of the top 100 prospects and tells us what team scouts and executives are going through.
Josh Harris and David Blitzer Donate to CHOP and Cooper Health "…on Thursday, the Sixers' Managing Partner is back at it again with two more generous donations. First, Harris-Blitzer Sports and Entertainment have made a "significant donation" to Cooper University Health Care's COVID-19 Assistance Fund.
Sixers Home School: The night Allen Iverson crossed over Michael Jordan In this edition of Sixers Home School, we look back at the night Allen Iverson crossed over Michael Jordan. In a vacuum, rookie Allen Iverson crossing over the legendary Michael Jordan on March 12, 1997, at what was then known as the CoreStates Center was impressive enough.
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