Phillies Erupt Late For Win Over DiamondbacksPhiladelphia won its second straight after five straight losses, three from being swept in a series with Arizona at home last week.
NHL Draft: Flyers Trade Brayden SchennSurprise is the operative word as the Philadelphia Flyers traded away one of their young notable players Friday night.
Man Tattoos LeBron James' Crying Face On His LegThe Salt Lake City man took his disdain for King James to the next level -- by tattooing LeBron's crying face on his leg.
Flyers Select Nolan Patrick With No. 2 PickPatrick, 18, is 6'2", 200 pounds and has a right-handed shot.
Now It's The Flyers Turn To DraftThe NBA Draft is in the books and now it's the NHL's turn in the spotlight.
Keidel: Raiders Spend Big On CarrDerek Carr took the Oakland Raiders from decent to dominant, and his new $125 million contract may look like a bargain in a few years.
'It's Exciting': Sixers Introduce Markelle Fultz, Other Draft PicksMarkelle Fultz joined the 25th pick, Anzejs Pasecniks, and second round picks, Jonah Bolden and Mathias Lessort, to meet the media.
Soul Head To Cleveland For Saturday Night BattlePhiladelphia and Cleveland get underway at 7:00 p.m. on Saturday.
From The Process To The Future, Fans Celebrate All Things SixersThe team added another top prospect Thursday night
DeMatha High School Basketball Coach: Fultz Is SpecialMarkelle Fultz's work ethic and desire to succeed are second to none according to his high school coach, Mike Jones from DeMatha High School in Hyattsville, Md.
76ers Select Markelle Fultz With No. 1 Overall PickFultz, who just turned 19 on May 29th, averaged 23.2 points, 5.7 rebounds, and 5.9 assists at Washington.
Call Him Markelle 'Philly' FultzThe quicksilver 6-foot-4 guard from the University of Washington, by way of fabled DeMatha Catholic High School in Washington, D.C., plays with a chip on his shoulder—almost as wide and heavy as Philadelphia’s sports fans carry. He carries a torch from the time he wasn’t named high school player of the year in his area, to the time he was cut at DeMatha his sophomore year, to why the Celtics passed up on him as the No. 1 pick.