The Eagles seem to have an overloaded running back position, leaving us to wonder how it will all play out. With the Eagles’ offense looking to build, could Corey Clement be the one guy who shines at the top?
The Kawhi Leonard rumors are running wild and the Sixers are working up numerous scenarios to be successful. If you could only pick Kawhi or LeBron, who would you take on your team?
Speaking of successful, there have been numerous outlets pinning the 1996 Bulls up against 2018 Warriors. Even though the game has changed, the arguments for either side are very interesting. Would the Warriors be able to score at will? Could the Bulls stop them in their tracks?
With every bad bullpen showing, the interest meter for Gabe Kapler and the Phillies continues to drop a notch. However, even with this disaster, the Phillies find themselves with the best home record in the National League. Why aren’t the fans coming out to the stadium to see these young players grow? Are they a boring team?
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