Tyrell Terry’s ability to run a pick-and-roll as well as being able to score from anywhere on the floor means that he is a good fit for the 76ers.
The Flyers announced that they have signed defenseman Linus Hogberg to an entry-level deal.
Embed from Getty Images The NBA appears to be poised to return, and it could happen as early as July….
The Philadelphia Eagles are looking for another running back. Carlos Hyde is no longer available, Devonta Freeman turned down money from the Seahawks, and LeSean McCoy rumors are emerging. It’s okay if the Birds don’t get anyone and utilize some undrafted running backs.
Also, I dive into Jalen Reagor’s versatility and compare what he can bring to the table to…. Nelson Agholor!
Tra Thomas recently broke down Andre Dillard’s tape and it leaves me optimistic!
As a fourth seed in the NHL’s 24-team playoff format in a return to play, the Flyers have nothing to lose and everything to gain.
Brodes & D.Rey break down the latest on the NBA returning and the possibility of a Philadelphia Sixers vs Boston…
Gary Bettman spoke to the media about the NHL’s Return to Play Plan and I am very impressed with their idea. It’s not the most perfect concept in the world as it is a little gimmicky at times, but ultimately, I think it will work!
It actually gives an advantage to the Philadelphia Flyers so hey, why complain? I also compare the NHL’s idea to the disgusting proposal by the MLB owners. STOP BEATING AROUND THE BUSH!!!
Embed from Getty Images By Kevin McCormick, Sports Talk Philly Editor Buddy Hield has been a name tied to the…
NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman made a formal announcement on Tuesday afternoon to detail the rest of this four-phase plan and break down the playoff structure and draft lottery protocols as the NHL strives to make a return to play.
By Kevin McCormick, Sports Talk Philly Editor It may never have been said before, but the Sixers are lucky that…
The Phillies would have been a playoff-bound team had 2019 ended after 82 games.
The NHL released a memo on Monday that detailed the steps of Phase 2 in a return to play. The 29-page memo states targeting an early-June date for a move to Phase 2, though no firm date has been announced.
The Flyers played their first home game in the Spectrum against the Pittsburgh Penguins on Oct. 19, 1967 and claimed a 1-0 victory. For the next 29 seasons, the Flyers called the Spectrum home, before the concept of a new state-of-the-art arena came to be and the then-named CoreStates Center was built in time for the 1996-97 season.
Matt Albertson, Mitch Nathanson, and Paul Bowman discuss Dick Allen’s Hall of Fame merit and the chances he will be elected. Nathanson is author of God Almighty Hisself: The Life and Legacy of Dick Allen, published by the University of Pennsylvania Press.
Host Kyle Collington and Kevin Durso provide insight into the latest regarding a return to play, including the 24-team playoff format that was approved by the NHLPA on Friday and what it could mean for the Flyers, as well as the Jack Adams Award discussion and a look at the final four teams in the “Greatest NHL Team of All Time” bracket.
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The NHLPA Executive Board had a call on Thursday to discuss the proposed 24-team playoff structure for the NHL’s return to play. On Friday, the NHLPA officially announced approval of the 24-team structure and authorized further negotiations with the NHL in pursuing the return to play.
According to Jim Salisbury of NBC Sports Philadelphia, the Phillies could begin “Spring Training II” in South Philadelphia.
94.1 WIP is putting to rest a few debates this week and I believe it’s a genius strategy for a time like this. In this podcast, I look at Sam Hinkie’s tenure with the Philadelphia Sixers and voice my opinion on if I believe he did a great job or not. Spoiler alert, he did a FANTASTIC job. Acquiring superstar talent to get out of the 8th seed. Bravo Sam, that’s EXACTLY what you did! Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid are pieces to build around for years to come. 50+ win seasons and consistent playoff runs. That’s what the goal of the process was. It’s not about “winning the championship or it’s a failure.” That’s silly. It’s about having a chance to win it.
Embed from Getty Images By Kevin McCormick, Sports Talk Philly Editor Next up in my draft profile series is someone…
The Doc & Watkins resumed their Great Football Movie Debate! On Part Deux: Pick'em Challenge: Which fictional QB…
One of the most prolific players in Flyers history is Eric Lindros. From his infamous arrival in 1992 to his rather unceremonious exit in 2000, Lindros’ career was always shadowed with controversy. Here is a look back at the trade saga that brought him to Philadelphia and his career.
Doug Pederson spoke with the media via zoom and discussed a couple different topics. The biggest takeaway was showing confidence in Andre Dillard over Jason Peters. I’m still not completely buying that. Also, we will not see changes to the offense with our “naked eye.” Huh?… interesting. I would hope so. Last year’s offense SUCKED! All that and more!
Brodes & D.Rey break down Brett Brown’s press conference and what Larry Brown said about Joel Embiid. Ben Simmons was throwing up due to back pain? Can Joel Embiid become the next Michael Jordan? There is so much to dive into on this episode of Processed!