Iguodala scores season-high 28, helps...

Iguodala scores season-high 28, helps 76ers hold off Heat 96-85

There are 14 comments on the South Florida Sun-Sentinel story from Dec 26, 2007, titled Iguodala scores season-high 28, helps 76ers hold off Heat 96-85. In it, South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports that:

Andre Iguodala scored a season-high 28 points, Kyle Korver and Lou Williams added 13 apiece and the Philadelphia 76ers held off the pesky Miami Heat 96-85 on Wednesday night.

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Bobby

West Palm Beach, FL

#1 Dec 26, 2007
Man, it just gets worse every game. I thought it was just a bad streak at first, wanting to stay positive. But I mean now, its like are you kidding me? We are terrible and it will take a miracle to make the playoffs. Its so sad, but its true, coming from the most biast Heat fan out there. This sucks.
SoFlaFan

West Palm Beach, FL

#2 Dec 26, 2007
Its bad now and it ain't gonna get better next year. With Shaq getting worse and collecting that huge contract for 2 more years we are screwed. We have no hope of signing anyone that will help our team. I can't imagine Riley being able to pull off another miracle trade like when he got rid of Fat Walker. So trading for help is out of the question. How are we even going to be able to sign a top lottery draft pick that we will get when we finish last? This is the price we paid for one championship. I often wonder if we would have been better off keeping Butler, Odom and the other guys. At least we would have some cash to sign someone else.
Vincent Vega

Boca Raton, FL

#3 Dec 26, 2007
Another DNP for the league MVP, Mark Blount. Has coach Riley lost it? Hey coach, play the man, it can't hurt. He might suprise you by knocking em down from behind the arc, rebounding like a madman, blocking shots and inspiring his whole team with his hustle. Riley it is time to turn the page and get on with the season. Please punch the MB ticket each game, he won't disappoint you and he will make everyone around him better. He may even make you look like a hall of fame coach that you purport to be.
Vincent Vega

Boca Raton, FL

#4 Dec 26, 2007
Bobby wrote:
Man, it just gets worse every game. I thought it was just a bad streak at first, wanting to stay positive. But I mean now, its like are you kidding me? We are terrible and it will take a miracle to make the playoffs. Its so sad, but its true, coming from the most biast Heat fan out there. This sucks.
Don't worry my friend, help is on the way. I have a good feeling about the season and am confident that Coach Riley will use some of his magic to take this team right back to the top where it belongs. The team is coming into its own and really appears to be jelling like a fine wine. Come along for the ride.
Enough

Pittsburgh, PA

#5 Dec 26, 2007
That's enough!!! We are tired now and we need a break. Lets trade J. Williams, S.Parker and E. Barron. I'm wondering why they let go James Posey and Jason Kapono
Enough

Pittsburgh, PA

#6 Dec 26, 2007
Vincent Vega wrote:
<quoted text>Don't worry my friend, help is on the way. I have a good feeling about the season and am confident that Coach Riley will use some of his magic to take this team right back to the top where it belongs. The team is coming into its own and really appears to be jelling like a fine wine. Come along for the ride.
When?? We have the worst team than ever!!
Jarrod

Pompano Beach, FL

#7 Dec 26, 2007
Enough wrote:
That's enough!!! We are tired now and we need a break. Lets trade J. Williams, S.Parker and E. Barron. I'm wondering why they let go James Posey and Jason Kapono
Their contracts ran up, we would be a bizzilion dollars in luxury tax. Time for Shaq to go unless he wants to cut his paycheck in half.
joseph

Ruidoso, NM

#8 Dec 26, 2007
Boy do they stink!!! No chemistry!!! No heart!!!
Lou Vales

United States

#9 Dec 26, 2007
I'll be down in February. I'm going to bet that 2 tickets purchased from scalpers--who will be starving by then---will go for 60 dollars in the lower level, no higher than 15 rows AND they will probably throw in a parking space and a coupon for Key Lime pie dessert at Joe's.

YOURRRRRRRRRRRRR MIAMIIIIIIIIIIII HEATTTTTTTTTTTTTT!!!!!!!!!!

Hey Ira, How much would you bet they pass the Bobcats??? So Sad!!!!!!!
juan

Zapopan, Mexico

#10 Dec 26, 2007
this is 2 much bro....they played like if they didnt even wanna win...shaq and wade sucked and the whole team cant do anytihng
Mike

Wendell, NC

#11 Dec 26, 2007
Time to tank the season and position ourselves for the #1 pick. Who the hell would we pick up? Wouldn't be OJ Mayo would it?
Junior

Miami, FL

#12 Dec 26, 2007
i blame this lost tonight on Pat Riley. When he took shaq out of the game they went small with haslem , the sixers make a run with dalembert.
ZED

Boca Raton, FL

#13 Dec 26, 2007
Alexander Johnson? Are you kidding me? This guy was carrying all of the big men's luggage to the team bus last week and he gets 11 minutes tonight????? Riles, baby, watcha thinkin? Things are tough but not that rough. It is time to go with a seasoned professional like Mark Blount. Let him gun it up from the outside. I am sure he could at least hit something and make you look like a genius. It is time for everybody to calm down, take a deep breath, and lets get back to a professional rotation with NBA pro's in it.
Hunny Bunny

Boca Raton, FL

#14 Dec 26, 2007
Yo, Zed, AJ showed up big time tonight until he missed the lay-up (dunk). Time to go with the young studs in the organization like Mr. Johnson. Take out the old trash like my man Zo and Shaq whose time has come and gone. Too many quarter pounders with cheese for the big man.

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