Weeks after Sam Hinkie doubled down on tanking, the Philadelphia 76ers have predictably continued their descent to the bottom of the standings. Their 2-9 record in the 11 games since the trade deadline has left them with the second worst in the league. The Sixers have perhaps over-performed their rock bottom expectations, beating the Hawks and the Wizards at the Wells Fargo Center while...
Buzzer beaters are by nature pretty darn cool, but there will never be one better than the one that Philadelphia 76ers guard Isaiah Canaan made against the Miami Heat. Half court shots, full court shots--no way any other buzzer beater will be able to top this one. Read more »
Isaiah Canaan hit an incredible buzzer-beater shot against the Miami Heat on Monday night.
Well, that was fun. After what seemed like an eternity of rumors and inaction, the 2015 NBA trade deadline exploded within an hour of expiration, with nearly a tenth (!!!) of the league traded in the span of a few hours. Roughly 9% of NBA players were traded today, which means phones should be off the hook at @DingmanGroup. Athlete relocation extraordinaire. — Sam Amick (@sam_amick...
After acquiring the likes of JaVale McGee earlier today, the Sixers decided to make another trade this time involving one of their rookies. According to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports, the Sixers traded guard K.J. McDaniels to the Houston Rockets for point guard Isaiah Canaan and a second-round pick. McDaniels, as a rookie for the Sixers, provided fans with many amazing dunks...
The NBA Trade Deadline ended with a bang, but one player who will not be talked much about is Isaiah Canaan. He was dealt to the Philadelphia 76ers, who just traded their starting PG Michael Carter-Williams to the Bucks, who traded their starting PG Brandon Knight to the Suns, who traded two of their guards Goran Dragic (Heat) and Isaiah Thomas (Celtics). Canaan is the most...
The Houston Rockets recalled Isaiah Canaan from the Rio Grande Valley Vipers of the NBA D-League. Canaan is a rookie and has split time with the Rockets and Vipers this season.
Isaiah Canaan, a Houston Rockets rookie playing on assignment for the Rio Grande Valley Vipers, and Terrence Williams of the Los Angeles D-Fenders, were named NBA Development League Co-Performers of the Week for games played Jan. 20-26. A 6-0, 188-pound guard out of Murray State, Canaan averaged 25.8 points, 6.8 assists and 4.5 rebounds to lead the Vipers to a 3-1 week. On his...
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