Sixer or Sixers may refer to:
Sixers Post Game Live
Sixers Post Game Live airs after each Philadelphia 76ers game on NBC Sports Philadelphia. The program features the team's post game press conference, interviews, and game analysis.
The 76ers–Celtics rivalry is a National Basketball Association (NBA) rivalry between the Philadelphia 76ers and the Boston Celtics.
The Sigerson Cup is the trophy for the premier Gaelic football championship among Higher Education institutions (Universities, Colleges and Institutes of Technology) in Ireland.
Sixer is a punk band from Richmond, Virginia formed in 1999. Leer Baker (guitar, vocals) and Chris Rupp (lead guitar) left the band Ann Beretta in mid-1999 to start Sixer.
Siversky (Russian: Си́верский) is an urban locality (an urban-type settlement) in Gatchinsky District of Leningrad Oblast, Russia, located on the bank of the Oredezh River.
The Sixes River flows about 31 miles (50 km) through coastal forests in southwestern Oregon in the United States.
Sixes & Sevens
Sixes & Sevens is Adam Green's fifth solo record, released by Rough Trade Records in Europe on March 7, 2008. A few days later, on March 10, it was released in the UK, followed closely by a US release on March 18. The first single was "Morning After Midnight".
Sixer is a 2007 Indian Kannada language film about a teenager who dreams of becoming a cricket player and who works for an underworld don, only to fall in love with the daughter of his boss's rival.
The Sixes Mine is a group of former gold placer mines in the Georgia Gold Belt. They are near Sixes in Cherokee County, Georgia, United States, located off Bell's Ferry Road, south of Canton, Georgia.