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The Philadelphia 76ers were a top team in the NBA during the early 2000s. Allen Iverson starred for the 76ers during that time and led them to the 2001 NBA Finals. One teammate that helped him a lot during his time in Philadelphia was Aaron McKie. McKie was never the top player on his team, but he knew how to play his role, and he was productive on the court.

He spent 13 seasons in the NBA and played for four different teams. After he retired from the league, he became a coach, where he still makes an impact on the game.

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Before he became an NBA player, McKie starred in college. The Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, native stayed in-state to play college basketball. He decided to attend Temple University. McKie finished his career tied for sixth on the school’s all-time scoring list with 1,650 points. During his three-year career at Temple, he averaged 17.9 points and started all 92 games he played in.

McKie was named the Atlantic 10 Conference Player of the Year during his junior year after averaging 20.6 points. At Temple, he was teammates with future NBA All-Star Eddie Jones. After his career at Temple, McKie was the 17th overall pick in the 1994 NBA draft by the Portland Trail Blazers. McKie played for Portland from 1994 to 1997. During the middle of the 1996-97 season, he was traded to the Detroit Pistons.

After a brief stint in Detroit, he joined the 76ers, where he spent most of his career. McKie had a lot of success playing in his hometown. He primarily came off the bench playing for the 76ers, and during the 2000-01 season, he was named NBA Sixth Man of the Year. McKie was the backup guard to Cheap Allen Iverson Jersey and Cheap Eric Snow Jersey, and he did start some games during his career. He was a part of the 76ers team that reached the 2001 NBA Finals against the LA Lakers. During the series, McKie started all five games and averaged eight points, six assists, and 5.4 rebounds.

After spending eight seasons in Philadelphia, he finished his career with the Lakers. McKie averaged 7.4 points, 3.3 rebounds, and 2.7 assists during his career.

Allen Iverson enjoyed playing with Aaron McKie

Allen Iverson and Aaron McKie were teammates together in Philadelphia for multiple years. Iverson was the star during his time with the 76ers, but he knew he would not have had the success he had if it wasn’t for his teammates. During Iverson’s retirement ceremony in 2013, he acknowledged his teammates. “Without my teammates none of this, the accomplishments I have had in my career, they would not have happened without those guys,” Iverson said. “Those guys set screens for me, they played hard for me and they were with me the whole way in allowing me to become a household name.”

One teammate that Iverson enjoyed playing with was McKie. “He helped me so much in my career,” Iverson said about McKie. “I talk about the mistakes that I made in my career. I made a million of them, but if it weren’t for Aaron McKie I would have made two million of them. He is just somebody I always listened to and could talk to about anything.”

Iverson has a lot of respect for McKie, and he was someone that helped him out a lot throughout his career. McKie made a name for himself throughout his time in the NBA, and although he was never a top player, he made an impact.

Aaron McKie is now making an impact as a coach

After his playing career ended in 2007, McKie joined the coaching staff for the 76ers. He served as an assistant coach for the 76ers from 2008 to 2013. After serving on the 76ers coaching staff, he returned to his alma mater and served as an assistant coach for Temple from 2014 to 2019. In 2019, Temple announced that McKie would replace Fran Dunphy as the head coach of the men’s basketball team at the start of the 2019 season.

During the 2019-20 season, Temple finished the season with a 14-17 record and a 6-12 record in conference play. Temple has yet to play a game during the 2020-21 season due to COVID-19. They have had several games canceled/postponed, and their first game is scheduled for Dec. 22 against Houston. McKie has a passion for basketball, and he has a lot of basketball experience.

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CLEVELAND, Ohio — Cleveland Cavaliers center Andre Drummond stuffed Cheap Ben Simmons Jersey, collected the loose ball and started dribbling up the court, right in front of the team’s executive row. Drummond then snapped a pass to a streaking Darius Garland, who bounced it behind his back to Larry Nance Jr. for a reverberating two-handed dunk.

As Nance swung back and forth on the rim, Drummond gleefully skipped to center court while general manager Koby Altman, the architect of this hard-playing and selfless bunch, looked up at the scoreboard in anticipation of a replay.

This fast break is EVERYTHING. 😍

— Cleveland Cavaliers (@cavs) December 28, 2020
That moment encapsulates the Cavs’ remarkable start to 2020-21. They are having fun.

On the second of a back-to-back, following a double-overtime thriller in Detroit the night before, the Cavs outclassed — and toyed with — the Philadelphia 76ers, winning their third straight game to open the season, 118-94. It’s their first time starting 3-0 since 2016-17.

The Nance slam early in the second quarter had everything head coach J.B. Bickerstaff ingrained this offseason. Defense. Team ball. Fast-paced offense. Joy.

It also gave the Cavs a 19-point lead — their biggest at the time. But Cleveland kept adding on, boosting its advantage to 26 in the third quarter, and then to 28, and then 30 and finally 32 early in the fourth, before emptying the bench and cruising to the victory.

“It’s fun to watch. Credit to these guys for buying in,” Bickerstaff said. “But when we put this together, we just feel like it’s the right way to play the game. It’s not something that’s unique or special by any means. It’s the way the game should be played and trying to play the game as purely as you can. And that’s what the guys have bought into, playing agenda-less basketball. And that’s when you see the results of the chemistry, the camaraderie and all of those things.”

The Cavs had every excuse not to bring it Sunday night. Weary after a lengthy and emotional game in Detroit. Playing without rookie Isaac Okoro, who is dealing with a sprained foot. Using their third different starting lineup in as many games. Kevin Love limping to the locker room early in the second quarter. The undefeated Sixers — even without All-Star center Cheap Joel Embiid Jersey — in town.

But that’s not these Cavs. They don’t make excuses. They don’t pout. They don’t give in. They push back against adversity, take a next-man-up mentality and fight.

Prior to the game, Bickerstaff called Sunday night a test, the latest in a season dotted with them. The Cavs passed. Again.

“Our guys found a way to compete, they found a way to play hard and play together,” Bickerstaff said. “That’s the goal every single night.”

Drummond scored a team-high 24 points to go with 14 rebounds, three assists, two blocks and three steals.

“It’s necessary,” JaVale McGee said of Drummond’s contributions. “We don’t get 3-0 if Dre isn’t playing the way he’s playing.”

Collin Sexton, the team’s leading scorer, added 22 points on 8-of-15 shooting. He also had three assists and three rebounds. Garland continued his second-year transformation with 14 points and seven assists. Cedi Osman matched that point total off the bench, hitting 5-of-8 from the field.

With the offense humming all night, the Cavs had five players score in double figures, 31 assists on 48 made shots, a 52.7% shooting night from the field and all 13 players that entered tallied at least two points. They also had 13 steals, six blocks and held the Sixers to 41.8% shooting, continuing their stunning defensive rise.

“A lot of the things that we’re doing now have been very surprising for me,” Drummond said. “Especially our defense and changing our entire scheme from what it was last year and with the addition of me and JaVale McGee, just making our jobs a lot easier and making the guard’s jobs a lot easier. Holding everyone accountable. Our defense is incredible. We are all on one string defensively and offensively we find great ways for guys to score and everybody is sharing the ball. It’s a lot of fun being out there.”

Over the last two years, the Cavs have been on the other side of these laughers, with the opponent having fun at their expense.

If the first three games are any indication, those days are finally over.

Injured stars

Love, who was questionable going into the game because of a nagging calf injury, signaled for a sub early in the second quarter. Love was trying to make a post move before limping to the bench. While being examined by two members of the team’s training staff, Altman walked over for a chat. Eventually, Love limped gingerly to the locker room. He was ruled out for the rest of the game with what the Cavs are calling a calf injury.

The 76ers were without leading scorer Embiid because of tightness in his back. Embiid is averaging 28.0 points, 12.0 rebounds in the first two games.

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The Cavs will host the New York Knicks on Tuesday night. Tipoff is set for 7 p.m.

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Philadelphia 76ers center Joel Embiid might be a quiet guy in real life. When he’s on the court, though, he’s the furthest thing from shy. From the start of his NBA career, Cheap Joel Embiid Jersey has established himself not only as one of the most dominant bigs in the game but he’s also notorious for being a trash-talker on the court as well.

Former Utah Jazz center Cheap Tony Bradley Jersey has experienced Embiid’s mind games firsthand this week as he joined the Sixers for training camp after getting traded a couple of weeks ago. Although Bradley made it clear the trash-talking doesn’t necessarily bother him when he’s on the court, he did get a chuckle out of one of Embiid’s tactics.

For the first three seasons of his NBA career, Bradley played for the Utah Jazz. Outside of three games last season, Bradley never saw the floor as a starter primarily because he was behind one of the league’s best centers in Rudy Gobert.

As Bradley has had the opportunity to learn under Gobert for the last few seasons, the young veteran center was grateful to compete against one of the best at the position in practice. Now that he’s in Philly, Bradley will compete against Embiid, who has made it clear he’s not the guy Bradley played against in Utah.

“The very first day we were guarding each other, and I think after we finished, he says something like ‘this isn’t Rudy [Gobert] — this ain’t Rudy,” Bradley explained. “I just laughed because it’s different.”

Bradley then went on to praise Embiid for how good he’s looked so far this offseason. While everybody around the NBA knows Embiid is one of the best at the big man position, experiencing his skills firsthand is an entirely different situation, which admittedly left Bradley shocked at times this week.

Cheap Dwight Howard Jersey said Thursday afternoon that his “infamous” tweet in the opening hours of free agency about returning to the Los Angeles Lakers — only to be followed a short time later by him agreeing to join the Philadelphia 76ers — was the product of a misunderstanding over whether he officially had an offer to return to the defending NBA champions.

“At one point, I did,” Howard said with a smile, when asked if he thought he had an offer in the opening hours of free agency. “That’s when you saw the infamous tweet, because I really thought I was going back. But it was no offer.


“And I understand it’s a business. The Lakers did what they felt was in their best interest, and I’m just very thankful for them giving me an opportunity to come back to L.A., and to just have an opportunity to win a championship.


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“It’s very difficult, but everything happens for a reason. I’m super excited about my purpose on this team, and moving forward.”

Howard rejoined the Lakers on a non-guaranteed minimum contract last summer, after it appeared his career was potentially over after an injury-plagued season with the Washington Wizards saw him appear in only nine games. But Howard revived his career with a terrific season primarily playing off the bench in Los Angeles, and helped the Lakers win a championship in the bubble earlier this fall.

While Howard said he was excited to be in Philadelphia, he admitted it’s been a whirlwind to adjust to moving to a new city and playing for a new team less than two months after the Lakers won that title in Orlando on Oct. 11.

“It’s been a step,” he said. “Every day has been a step into a different direction. It’s very hard. I just finished playing with one team, and I was headed up here to Philly a couple days ago and trying to figure out what mask to wear, and all my masks said Lakers on them. I was like, ‘I can’t wear this anymore.’

“So, it was pretty tough, just the adjustment from being on one team and playing with this team for a full year … we played basketball from October to October, and then now I’m with the 76ers, so just the clothing, being in Philly, I’m just trying to take everything in. But I’m very thankful and blessed to be part of this organization, and it’s been great so far.”

Beyond changing masks, Howard said another challenge was trying to keep his body right after the rigors of playing, essentially, from October to October with the Lakers, and now trying to pick things up with the Sixers a short time later. Still, he said he isn’t concerned about the quick turnaround, and that he feels good about where his body is at heading into the new season.

“I try to keep myself in pretty good shape to get ready for this season,” Howard said. “I wasn’t expecting it to start so early, but I’ll be ready and the main thing is just being there for the young fellas and just trying to help them out right now.

“It [feels] like we finished playing. I tried to take some time off, get off my feet, but just had the urge to get back in the gym, get back on the court, and try to get another championship.”