The Philadelphia Flyers look to build on their current winning streak in game one of three versus Pittsburgh. Tonight marks the first matchup in a set of three between the Philadelphia Flyers and Pittsburgh Penguins. It’s the first time in club history that these franchises will play each other in Pittsburgh three times in a […]Read more "Spying on the Saboteur: Philadelphia Flyers at Pittsburgh Penguins; Part Three"
The Eagles offense will be looking for a retool this summer as the new coaching staff will be implementing their scheme. With that comes the natural next step of finding the right pieces of the offensive puzzle. While the idea that Jalen Reagor should be the covet of last year’s rookie class isn’t so far-fetched, […]Read more "Quez Watkins could see an increased role in new-look Eagles offense"
Despite their 67 bench points added last night, the Sixers currently rank 28th in the NBA in bench scoring with 33.2 points per game. While there have certainly have been bright moments with the youthful bench squad, it is clear that there are still holes that need to be addressed before the trade deadline passes […]Read more "Which Sixers bench players will feature heavily in playoff rotation?"
One of the most under-the-radar moves the Phillies made this offseason was the signing of former All-Star pitcher Matt Moore. Coming back from a season abroad in Japan, Moore signed for $3 million. Matt Moore’s Career The seemingly modest price point isn’t by choice. Matt Moore’s career can be described in 2 parts: With the […]Read more "Matt Moore is the key to the Phillies Rotation"
Zayde Wisdom, the 2020 fourth-round draft pick, has six professional goals in his seven-game professional. He is currently tied with Max Willman to lead the Flyers AHL affiliate, Lehigh Valley Phantoms in goals. Both Phantom players are also tied for third in goals scored in the AHL. Wisdom, who is 18 years old, shouldn’t even […]Read more "Flyers’ Prospect Zayde Wisdom Is Seizing Every Opportunity He’s Given"
The start of the new league year is almost upon us, but the Eagles have wasted no time in getting down to business. Their franchise quarterback has been traded, a new coaching staff assembled, and ERFA’s signed. With that in mind, there are some important dates between now and May that every Eagles fan should […]Read more "Ultimate Eagles offseason calendar: The road to the NFL Draft"
With an 8-8 away record, the Indiana Pacers aren’t exactly the leagues’ most intimidating team. However, in an instance where the Sixers are looking to gear-down as the All-Star run-in begins, this game was always going to be the perfect opportunity to try and get the bench going. That’s exactly what happened in the 130-114 […]Read more "Sixers bench show they can shoulder the load in dominant win over Pacers"
By now, it’s old news that the Flyers have been down some key regulars due to COVID-19 protocol over the past few games. When that happened, many thought the Flyers would have little chance of keeping their heads above the water. However, that left room for some of the younger players to step up and […]Read more "Flyers winger Joel Farabee is slaying the sophomore slump"
The Eagles are starting the week with a bang. According to NJ.Com’s Mike Kaye and Over The Cap, the Birds have tendered three exclusive-rights free agents. Being an ERFA means that if the Eagles offer the player a contract, they have to accept it in order to remain in the NFL. The deal is of […]Read more "Eagles tender three exclusive-rights free agents: All you need to know"
The last time these two teams met, we learned why Doc Rivers was an upgrade over Brett Brown. Back on January 31, the Pacers were dominating the Sixers, taking a 20 point lead, and had that with as little as eight minutes remaining. Doc Rivers made adjustments, putting the Sixers into a 2-3 defensive zone. […]Read more "Sixers-Pacers: What to Watch in Tonight’s Eastern Conference Clash"