Bullpen Blues: Harper is back and the Phillies pen still stinks

New Phillies podcast, “Bullpen Blues”. Seemingly against all odds, the Philadelphia Phillies are currently tied up two apiece with the Miami Marlins during their grueling seven games series. The team has already seen their fair share of bullpen collapses (multiple if I may add), and the Marlins have battled hard, respectfully. This seven game gauntlet […]

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Jimmy Butler has painfully become the Sixers’ version Of Terrell Owens

When the Sixers’ football counterpart, the Philadelphia Eagles, finally acquired wide receiver Terrell Owens during the 2004 offseason, Philly fans were beyond ecstatic. The team had their franchise QB in Donovan McNabb, their beloved head coach in Andy Reid, and they felt all they were truly missing was that elite playmaker on the outside. We […]

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Brett Brown is being made into a scapegoat, and the Sixers will regret it

Brett Brown is simply the not the Sixers biggest problem. The Sixers were obviously unsuccessful during their first two games against the Boston Celtics, and the cries for Brett Brown to be fired reached an all-time high following the back-to-back losses. He was criticized for the starting lineups he picked, the offense he ran, the […]

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Sixers vs Celtics: Five bold predictions for the first round of the playoffs

Tobias Harris silences the doubters. From the very moment Tobias Harris inked that $180 million contract, the criticisms have poured down left and right on the Sixers forward. Anytime he misses a shot, Twitter is flooded with calls of “overpaid” and “overrated”. For the most part, Harris has been exactly what the Sixers paid for, […]

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