Eric Maynor

#11PG,
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 178
Born:
College: Virginia Commonwealth
Birth Place: Raeford, North Carolina
Draft: 2009 1st round (20th pick) by the
  • Sixers 2017-18 schedule released
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    Sixers 2017-18 schedule released

    Justin Anderson has been busy this summer. Training, getting to know his new teammates, traveling to China with the Yao Ming Foundation, finally getting settled into an apartment in Philadelphia instead of a hotel.  His time also included appearing at the Sixers' Camden Youth Basketball Clinic, twice in three days this week. Jahlil Okafor also attended on the second day.  “For me to even be invited is dear to me,” Anderson said.  The camp, presented by Virtua, hosted over 900 children from the Camden, New Jersey area. It included basketball drills, dance lessons and fitness tests. Anderson addressed the campers and stressed the importance of health, respecting parents and school. He handed out

  • Cole Hamels' ridiculous mega-mansion is up for sale
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    Cole Hamels' ridiculous mega-mansion is up for sale

    It's officially the "off" part of the NBA off-season, which means that in a total absence of genuine Philadelphia 76ers basketball activity, we must turn to the league's schedule-makers to keep the summer's momentum going. Luckily, they've mostly obliged: News percolated through Sixers Twitter yesterday that the Liberty Ballers would be participating in a staggering 23 nationally televised games this season (14 ESPN/TNT, 9 NBA TV); pretty good when you consider that they only won five games more than that all last year.  That's cool, but it's not enough: With the preseason still nearly two months away, we need to be able to suss out more about the season to come by staring at the slate of empty

  • How Marvin Bagley III’s decision helps the Kings
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    How Marvin Bagley III’s decision helps the Kings

    Marvin Bagley III has reclassified himself, forgoing his senior year of high school and jumping to play for the Duke Blue Devils in the coming season. This also means that Bagley will be eligible for the 2018 NBA Draft instead of the 2019 Draft, and that’s huge for the Sacramento Kings. The Kings own their 2018 pick outright, and are projected to be one of the worst teams in the league this year. They should end up with good lottery odds and a high pick. by contrast, the Kings 2019 pick was traded away in the disasterous deal with the Philadelphia 76ers. The 2018 Draft isn’t expected to be nearly as deep as this year’s draft was, but it will have some major talent at the top. Michael Porter Jr,