Sixers “News”: Malik Rose Joins Broadcast Crew and We Like The New Anthem Singer

Kyle Scott —  December 20, 2011 — 10 Comments

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The Sixers announced today that Malik Rose will be their new color analyst, replacing Eric Snow… who most likely hasn’t been informed yet because he’s sleeping

The best part of this, as pointed out by our friend Spike Eskin (SpikeEskin.com), is Rose’s current Twitter avatar, a Photoshop of a fan punching Andy Reid:

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Awesome.

Even better:

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Tonight for the first home game, the Sixers will debut their new anthemist, Ayla Brown, a former American Idol contestant (new owner Joshua Harris founded a holding company that own the rights to the show) and Boston College basketball player, and daughter of a U.S. Senator. Yeah, I'm a fan. Go Ayla! 

You can follow both on Twitter: (@MalikRose) and (@AylaBrown). I'd suggest starting with Ayla. Like, now.

Video of Ayla singing after the jump.

 

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10 responses to Sixers “News”: Malik Rose Joins Broadcast Crew and We Like The New Anthem Singer

  1. Yo, Kyle! What you said about Eric Snow was cold, funny, but cold. Heh!

  2. I guess this means they are keeping Zumoff, sad.

  3. Fuck I’m going to miss Eric “I’m woke” Snow

  4. She is a HUGE Boston fan…I dont care what she looks like! Hiring a Boston fan is a huge violation!

  5. Unfortunately the anthem tonight was “Rose Hughes” the same awful singer who just blares the lyrics with o pitch or tune into the mic like she did last season.

  6. He has the same nose as I do

  7. Which Flyer will be the first to nail that chick? I’ll say Talbot.

  8. No Philly singers available?

  9. Photographer David Armstrong sits down with Jane Harris to discuss his latest monograph, 615 Jefferson Avenue

  10. News”: Malik Rose Joins Broadcast Crew and We Like The New Anthem Singer

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