On June 3, 2021, Penn State kickstarted their 2022 basketball recruiting window. Electric point guard Kanye Clary announced his commitment to the program, giving fans plenty of reason for optimism. At 5’11, 180 lbs, he gives opposing defenses some real problems. As of right now, Clary plays for Massanutten Military Academy in Woodstock, Virginia. Clay has […]Read more "Kanye Clary discusses his recent commitment to Penn State"
It’s been a transformative offseason for the Philadelphia Eagles. Not only has their once-beloved franchise quarterback been offloaded to the Colts, but the team decided to snatch some of Indy’s coaching staff in the process of replacing Doug Pederson and Jim Schwartz. With the dust now finally settled, it’s time to look at whether the […]Read more "Do the Eagles have a stronger roster than they did in 2020? Offense edition"
It wasn’t the easiest win, but the Sixers managed to force a Game 7 against the Hawks. Here are the takeaways from last night’s game. Again, nothing about this game came easy. To the Hawks’ credit, they kept finding a way to stay in the game even though they are clearly the worse team. But […]Read more "Takeaways From The Sixers Game 6 Win Over The Hawks"
It wasn’t pretty, but nobody said it had to be. The Sixers were able to come away from a crucial game six matchup with the Atlanta Hawks ready to fight another day. The 104-99 win means that game 7 will be played in front of the Philadelphia faithful and once again, the Sixers have hope. […]Read more "Sixers do just enough to survive elimination: Game six recap"
At 33-33, it’s been a bumpy season for the Phillies. There have been some stunning breakouts like that of Zack Wheeler to lift spirits, while some injury knocks and unexpected slumps have held the team back. All in all, there are still reasons for fans to feel positive ahead of a three-game series with the […]Read more "Phillies fans have reasons to be optimistic ahead of series against the Giants"
The Sixers have their backs are against the wall as they travel to an Atlanta down 3-2 in the series. After blowing second-half leads of 18 and 26 points in back-to-back games, the Sixers will need to come up with an answer if they hope to keep their season alive. It has been clear for […]Read more "How the Sixers can survive elimination in tonight’s clash with the Hawks"
We are almost to the end of the very long international break! While the Euros and Copa America are dominating soccer fans’ attention, there’s plenty of Union news that has dropped this week. This gives us at Philly Sports Network the opportunity to bring back our Doop Roundup series. Here’s all that’s going on for […]Read more "Doop Roundup 6/17/2021: Union creating headlines ahead of return to play"
Game 5 couldn’t have gone worse for the Sixers. With hopes to successfully defend their home court and take the series lead, the Sixers fell flat at Wells Fargo Center. After storming out to a 20-point lead, a lead they carried into the fourth quarter, the Sixers completely collapsed at the end of the ballgame. […]Read more "Sixers refuse to hit the panic button after last night’s embarrassing collapse"
The Eagles are preparing to usher in a new era of football in Philadelphia and while there will be some familiar faces on defense, there is also a real sense of mystery when it comes to expectations. With a new scheme comes new opportunity and this very young core will be hungry to prove its […]Read more "Five Eagles who need to take a step forward in 2021: Defense edition"
Last night, the Sixers suffered one of the most embarrassing losses in NBA history as they blew a 26 point lead and were up 18 points heading into the fourth quarter. This heartbreaking performance is even worse considering they blew an 18 point lead in game four just two days earlier. Despite being the vastly […]Read more "Three Sixers flaws exposed in heartbreaking game five loss"