Soon, Sixers can have stage to themselves
That leaves ....
“I don't want to talk about it,” said Adam Aaron, their CEO. “I wouldn't have wanted the Flyers talking about us during their lockout.”
Either way, the Sixers are about to enjoy a rare chance to command the sports attention in Philadelphia. Either way, their basketball is going to have to do the talking, eventually.
The Sixers were entertaining in a 96-89 loss to the Bulls Wednesday at the Wells Fargo Center --- entertaining, then sloppy at the end, when it mattered.