The Philadelphia 76ers and the Brooklyn Nets are two teams who on the surface seem like opposites yet they’re much more alike than they look. The following has been written by long time Brooklyn Nets fan and NBA junkie Ty Clark: It’s rare that a generational talent becomes available for trade in the NBA. Earlier […]Read more "Philadelphia 76ers And The Brooklyn Nets: A Process Retrospective"
The Philadelphia Flyers couldn’t separate themselves from the Pittsburgh Penguins in the Mass Mutual Eastern Division standings, losing 4-3. On Thursday, the Philadelphia Flyers missed Joel Farabee in the lineup against the Pittsburgh Penguins, who welcomed back Sidney Crosby. Today, Farabee was back to help the Flyers win this three-game series versus the Penguins. Both […]Read more "Flyers Cannot Hold Off Penguins, Lose 4-3 Saturday Afternoon"
As the trade deadline approaches, the Sixers are expected to be very active. What should their trade deadline wishlist look like? The Sixers currently sit at first place in the Eastern Conference with a record of 24-12. There is a ton to be happy about as Joel Embiid is having an MVP-caliber season. Ben Simmons seems to have […]Read more "What Should The Sixers Trade Deadline Wishlist Look Like?"
The first week of spring training is in the books for the Philadelphia Phillies. At this point, we’ve seen nearly all of their expected opening day starting nine at some point, in one way or another. After numerous media days, with a game or two sprinkled in, some of the players that are the “faces” […]Read more "Are the Expectations For Phillies’ OF Bryce Harper Too High?"
Ah, it’s all-star weekend. Despite many players not wanting to play during the annual weekend, most of the players are heading to participate in the weekend’s festivities. The Philadelphia Sixers’ MVP frontrunner, Joel Embiid, is going to be a starter for the fourth straight year. Embiid is on an absolute tear to start the first […]Read more "Sixers’ Joel Embiid Continues to Make An Impact On and Off the Floor"
The 2020 season was one to forget when it came to the Philadelphia Eagles. From beginning to end, the year was filled with bumps and bruises. As the weeks wore on, desperation filled in and pressure piled onto a team that was falling apart at the seams. Among those players facing unrealistic expectations was rookie […]Read more "John Hightower has a lot in common with one former Eagles receiver"
Oskar Lindblom received the devasting news of his Ewings Sarcoma diagnosis over fourteen months ago now. The young gun took everything in stride, kicked cancer’s ass, and returned to playoff hockey. He then entered the 2021 season with a “clean” bill of health and on the top line with Sean Couturier and Travis Konecny. This […]Read more "Oskar Lindblom is getting back to his best for the Flyers"
It’s March so that means one thing: Pro Day month! Okay, it means a lot more than that, especially considering how big this offseason is for the Eagles. But March (and early April) is booked full of Pro Days for prospects in this year’s NFL draft. Here are the list of days to keep an […]Read more "Eagles Draft Watch: Your ultimate Pro Day calendar"
It’s been a busy few days for the Philadelphia Eagles. Some big contract restructures have been negotiated in what appeared to be a bid to reduce the $40M debt they have to pay off just to break even this offseason. However, a recent Jason Kelce contract extension highlights the flaw in Howie Roseman’s methods. There […]Read more "Eagles continue to play a dangerous game in war against the salary cap"
Blake Griffin and the Detroit Pistons have officially parted ways after agreeing to the buyout. Should the Sixers pursue the former All-Star? The former first overall pick has an impressive resume. One that would have made the Sixers jump at the opportunity, at least three years ago. After a great start in Detroit, injuries cut […]Read more "Should the Sixers Pursue Blake Griffin After Buyout?"