Following a loss to the Warriors, the Sixers are back in action tonight for a matchup with the Phoenix Suns. The Sixers’ lead at the top of the East currently sits at just half of a game, however, the second-place Brooklyn Nets received bad news regarding James Harden as he suffered a setback in his […]Read more "Sixers look to cool down the Suns in tonight’s matchup"
The Phillies are coming off of a tough loss to the San Francisco Giants and go into their second game of the series with a very different looking lineup. Here’s all you need to know. Jean Segura is out after picking up an injury in last night’s loss. A right quad strain has placed him […]Read more "Phillies news roundup: Multiple injury updates and two roster moves"
Eagles Head Coach Nick Sirianni sat down to meet with the media ahead of next week’s NFL Draft. Joined by Howie Roseman and Andy Weirdl, the former Colts offensive coordinator was always going to be asked about Jalen Hurts and the quarterback situation…but his response was a surprising one. The Eagles have been very noncommittal […]Read more "Why Sirianni refusing to name Jalen Hurts as his QB1 isn’t a big deal"
Following George Hill’s debut against the Warriors, here is a look into how he could fit into the Sixers rotation moving forward. The wait is over as George Hill returned to the court last night after a 12-weeks absence spent recovering from a right thumb injury. The 85-day layoff may have been longer than expected, but the […]Read more "A Look into George Hill’s Rotational Fit with the Sixers"
About an hour ago, the Philadelphia Phillies kicked off game two of a three-game set against the San Francisco Giants. Former manager Gabe Kapler is making his first appearance in Philadelphia since being fired in 2019. Despite COVID-19 getting to eight people in the Phillies’ organization, their second stringers are currently putting together a solid […]Read more "Phillies’ Mid-Game Updates: Jean Segura Exits With Injury as a Former Phillie Retires"
The Philadelphia Eagles might be the most difficult team to hedge bets on when it comes to the NFL Draft. The only thing we’ve come to expect is the unexpected and they could be just as likely to move up as they are to move back. After looking at potential trade-up suitors, here are five […]Read more "Will the Eagles move back in the NFL Draft? Five potential trade suitors"
The Eagles are entering the draft with numerous pressing needs this offseason but there may be one need that surpasses the rest of them. Since 2011, the secondary has been one of two positions of need that has yet to be truly productive and filled “correctly”. Howie Roseman attempted to draft a pair of corners […]Read more "How pressing is the need for cornerback help in the Eagles Secondary?"
After a dismal month of March that saw the Flyers lose 10 of their 17 games played, it felt like nothing could stop the bleeding. They sat fifth in the Mass Mutual Eastern Division standings and after a quiet trade deadline passed them by, Alain Vigneault was left to shuffle his deck over and over in the […]Read more "The Flyers are getting close to the team they once were, but is it close enough?"
The Philadelphia Eagles are heading into the draft with a league-leading eleven picks. Who will they draft? Who SHOULD they draft? Welcome to Mock Draft Mania! We’re running a contest between now and the end of the week between six of our writers, who will each be dropping their very best Eagles Mock Draft. Pitted […]Read more "Eagles Seven-Round Mock Draft: Trading back and on the attack"
It was a hard-fought game against the Warriors, but the Sixers came up short in the end. Revisiting the good, bad, and ugly from the game. Joel Embiid shined, then faltered, meanwhile Steph Curry took the Sixers’ defense for a 49 point ride. It was quite the night for the Sixers that just, unfortunately, resulted […]Read more "The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly In The Sixers Loss Versus Warriors"