After a hard-fought, competitive series against the Boston Celtics, the Sixers brass will have to focus on offseason duties a bit earlier than expected. The five-game series loss to infamous division rivals will certainly sting throughout the organization, as they had greater aspirations, but it was a season to be immensely proud of. The Sixers crawled […]Read more "A Peek Into the Crystal Ball: Sixers Offseason Preview"
The Phillies have been sputtering as of late, dropping each of their past four series. Despite their recent run of deficiency, Philly rested at 18-15, good for second place in the division. On Monday, the team was set to take on the San Francisco Giants- winners of 7 of their last ten. It would take a […]Read more "Zach Eflin & Odubel Herrera impress in Phillies dominating victory over Giants"
Following an impressive blowout victory in Game 3 of the series, the Sixers were looking for more of the same in Game 4 against the Heat. The Sixers, however, weren’t nearly as sharp as they were in the previous contest. Turnovers plagued the team and they struggled to get into a groove from beyond the arc […]Read more "A Win is a Win: Recapping an Improbable Sixers Game 4 Victory"
Much has been made of which direction the Eagles will go when they’re on the board with the 32nd overall pick. The Eagles, if you remember, hold the last pick in the first round because they won the 2018 Super Bowl championship. Sorry, I couldn’t resist throwing that in there ̄\_(ツ)_/ ̄. As is usually the […]Read more "Making a case for and against the Eagles drafting a running in the first round"
After torching the Heat with a three-point barrage in Game 1, the Sixers weren’t as successful from beyond the arc in the second game of the series, and it ultimately cost them the game. That wasn’t the only issue on Monday night, however, as the team also dealt with some controversial officiating and a breakout performance […]Read more "Sixers can’t seem to find shooting stroke: Recapping a frustrating Game 2 loss to Miami"
After a six-year hiatus, the Philadelphia 76ers were finally back at Wells Fargo Center for some playoff basketball. It’s been a long, hectic, and sometimes even tumultuous road back to glory, but the time has finally come. Traveling to a hostile road arena to take on a No.3 seed riding a 16 game winning streak was […]Read more "Method to the madness: How the Sixers doused Miami’s flames in Game 1"
Life for the Sixers couldn’t have been going any better. The team was riding an eight game winning streak, which they’ve since doubled to 16- setting a new franchise record for most consecutive wins. Former #1 overall pick Markelle Fultz was finally able to suit up again, after being sidelined for months with an undefined […]Read more "Sixers playoff primer: The birth of Super Dario"
Entering the contest riding a three game winning streak, the Phillies were set to take on the Rays down in Tampa for their first interleague play of the season. The hard-throwing righty Vince Velasquez was set to take the mound and would be backed by the following lineup: Vince Velasquez gets the start in game one […]Read more "Phillies game recap: Vince Velasquez continued to dazzle in win over Rays"
The Phillies ended their six-game homestand in style versus the Reds. They swept the series- winning all three games- as they shook off a rocky start to the season. Let’s recap what went down in Philly: Welcome to the Show, Rook! Scott Kingery continued to emulate a proven veteran in just his fourth ever big-league […]Read more "Phillies Series Recap: Brooms out in Cincy"
After dropping three straight games, the Phillies were back in the city of Brotherly Love for their home opener against the Marlins. Nick Pivetta was set to take the hill for his second start of the young season, and was backed by the following lineup: Can't wait to see you today, Philly! Here's our lineup for […]Read more "Nick Pivetta dominant in Phillies shutout victory over the Marlins"