Ruben Amaro Jr. admits great baseball might be behind the Phillies.
The Sixers didn’t win the #1 pick in the NBA Draft Lottery, but the #3 pick and the #10 pick they did get has sparked a big debate among Sixers fans: what should they do with the picks?
The Eagles have reportedly put their Pro Bowl guard Evan Mathis on the trade market.
What you’re about to read is not an endorsement of trading DeSean Jackson. This is not something I’m campaigning for.
A day after a report surfaced that the Eagles discussed a trade of DeSean Jackson to the 49ers or Patriots, another report suggests otherwise.
If the saying goes, “where there’s smoke, there’s fire,” it would seem to be a pretty sure bet there’s a fire somewhere close that resembles a trade of Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson.
The Eagles have acquired running back Darren Sproles from the Saints.
In a deal that came through just before Wednesday’s 3pm deadline, the Flyers traded defenseman Andrej Mezaros to the Boston Bruins for a third round pick.
The NHL trade deadline is still a day away, but the Flyers are already busy.
From the second overall pick in the NBA Draft, to a deadline-day trade, Evan Turner is no longer a member of the Philadelphia 76ers.
The Sixers have acquired more draft picks.
Spencer Hawes is headed to Cleveland.
With the NBA trade deadline just two days away, I decided to write an open letter to Sixers general manager, Sam Hinkie.
We’re likely entering the final days of the Spencer Hawes and Evan Turner era of Philadelphia 76ers basketball. The trade deadline is February 20th, and it seems unlikely either guy will be on the team past that date.
“Oh, you guys are still here?” That must be what goes through Brett Brown’s mind every time he opens up the door to Sixers practice and sees Spencer Hawes, Evan Turner and Thaddeus Young.