The Philadelphia 76ers are on their way to the playoffs with a specific destination in mind. From Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons to Marco Belinelli and Ersan İlyasova, everyone on this team has a role. Sam Hinkie started The Process™ and now it’s almost complete. Why do people still think The Process™ was/is flawed or unnecessary?
Michael Jordan was the best player that ever lived. LeBron James is the best player to have ever played. Which one is it? Jordan had Scottie Pippen and Dennis Rodman, while James had Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh. Does “The Greatest Ever” go by era and/or supporting cast?
Speaking of eras, wasn’t the 90s one of the best entertainment eras ever? From music to movies, the 90s seems to always be on top. What was your favorite 90s show? If you could bring one back from any era, what show would you pick for a reboot?
As spring weather moves in, the Phillies’ bats are on the rise. After a spattering amount of boos at the home opener, is Philly warming up to Gabe Kapler? Is he too much of a data-driven monster?
The Flyers are in the playoffs and facing a familiar foe in the Pittsburgh Penguins. Sidney Crosby will be the main focus of the players and the fans. As much as he is hated in Philadelphia, has there ever been another athlete hated more in this town?
Tiger Woods stole all the early headlines, but it was Patrick Reed who stole the show at The Masters. Reed sunk his last put for his first Green Jacket under a somber amount of applause because of some documented family issues. Why should we care? Why do we tend to focus on issues of no concern instead of the issues at hand?
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