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  1. Steve Mason will start Game 4 but there was never a goalie controversy anyway

    Apr 24, 2014, 4:36 PM EDT

    Steve Mason

    After what transpired in Game 3 this past Tuesday night, you could see this one coming from a mile away. Philadelphia Flyers head coach Craig Berube confirmed today that Steve Mason will be back between the pipes and start Game 4 against the New York Rangers tomorrow night at Wells Fargo Center. It seems like…

  2. No gimmes on Eagles’ 2014 schedule

    Apr 24, 2014, 3:19 PM EDT

    Chip Kelly

    Last year, I thought Philadelphia Eagles’ fans expectations were too low, with many calling for 4-6 wins “at best.” Based on some of the reactions I’ve seen since the 2014 schedule was released on Wednesday, some of you might be a tad too high on the Birds heading into Chip Kelly’s second season on the…

  3. Video: This is what an NFL player riding a tricycle looks like

    Apr 24, 2014, 2:35 PM EDT

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    As Connor Barwin so eloquently put it, Evan Mathis is about that green life. The Eagles lineman showed up at the NovaCare complex in South Philadelphia today with his new whip. Well, it’s a tricycle that he calls his whip to be more specific. He says he’ll ride it to practice every day. The reporters…

  4. ‘Iverson’ documentary debuts this weekend at Tribeca Film Festival, here’s the trailer

    Apr 24, 2014, 1:03 PM EDT

    Allen Iverson

    Get your popcorn ready. Forget Terrell Owens. If anybody could put on a show it’s Allen Iverson. The documentary, simply titled “Iverson” will debut this weekend up in New York at the Tribeca Film Festival. You can watch the trailer for it above. According to Deadline Hollywood: From first time director Zatella Beatty, Iverson features…

  5. On the bright side, Cole Hamels looked sharp in 2014 debut

    Apr 24, 2014, 12:00 PM EDT

    Cole Hamels

    The Philadelphia Phillies lost on Wednesday. That will happen another 60-70 times this year conservatively, so nothing really to be alarmed about here, other than the bullpen’s continued inability to get the job done. If nothing else, at least Cole Hamels erased any doubt about where he’s at coming off the disabled list. In his…

  6. Debating the Sixers’ 2014 Draft Board With Michael Levin (Pt. 2: #9-20 & Omissions)

    Apr 24, 2014, 10:00 AM EDT

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    With the Sixers’ season coming to an end, we turn our attention to what we all truly showed up for: The draft. To that end, we invited our old friend Michael Levin of Liberty Ballers to come on and debate the Sixers’ big board for this June, with our ordered picks for the 20 names…

  7. Nick Young throws out Phillies-Dodgers first pitch … It’s awful

    Apr 23, 2014, 11:11 PM EDT

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    Last time we checked in with Nick Young, he was celebrating missed threes and having his house robbed. In keeping with the constant party I imagine is his life, Swaggy was riding a zamboni at the Kings game on Tuesday … … and throwing out the first pitch at the Phillies-Dodgers game on Wednesday. Take a…

  8. 2014 Philadelphia Eagles schedule released, full slate inside

    Apr 23, 2014, 8:10 PM EDT

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    The Philadelphia Eagles reported to the NovaCare Complex on Monday for voluntary workouts as part of Phase One of the offseason program. In case you needed more evidence though that training camp and football season are right around the corner, the NFL has released the 2014 regular season schedule. The Birds will open their season…

  9. Tonight: Hollywood Hamels

    Apr 23, 2014, 6:08 PM EDT

    NLCS Phillies Dodgers Baseball

    Cole Hamels will take the ball tonight for your Philadelphia Phillies for the first time this season as Ryne Sandberg’s club looks to take the series from the Dodgers while playing within a Matt Stairs-moonshot-distance of the famous “Hollywood” sign up in the hills. There a couple of mixed trends for Hamels season debut against…

  10. Exit Interviews: Evaluating the 2013-’14 Philadelphia 76ers

    Apr 23, 2014, 12:46 PM EDT

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    It’s an unusual team that leaves you with such a feeling of confidence and optimism after losing 77% of their games in the regular season, but such was the story of the 2013-’14 Philadelphia 76ers. The Sixers were very bad indeed, but they were bad with a purpose, and frankly, they could (and probably should)…

  11. Watch Carl Crawford’s botched catch attempt that led to Phillies victory in extras

    Apr 23, 2014, 12:22 PM EDT

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    You can listen to the Phillies broadcast of the awful catch attempt made by Dodgers outfielder Carl Crawford here, or see it above while watching L.A. manager Don Mattingly wax poetic about his team’s poor defense above. Credit Chooch for hustling his ass off to second base on the error. Phillies beat writer Jim Salisbury…

  12. At least Evan Turner didn’t punch any teammates in Philadelphia

    Apr 23, 2014, 11:39 AM EDT

    Evan Turner

    Things haven’t been all sunshine, rainbows, and wins for the Indiana Pacers since they dealt for Evan Turner in the eleventh hour of the NBA trade deadline. We always knew Evan to be a little bit different while he played in Philadelphia, but there were never reports like the one Yahoo!’s Adrian Wojnarowski wrote about…