Time for Change in the NHL and NBA

Recently, Buffalo Sabres fans in attendance for “Tank Night” were cheering openly for their team to lose to the visiting Arizona Coyotes. When the Sabres tied the game near the end of the third period, the goal announcement drew boos from the home crowd, as did the horn signaling the end of regulation (presumably because…

In Hinkie We Trust? Year Two of the Sixers Rebuild.

Last week, the last Sixer from the Comcast ownership years was traded to the Minnesota Timberwolves for Luc Mbah a Moute, Alexey Shved, and Miami’s 2015 first round pick. Thad Young had always been a consistent and hard-working player since he was drafted by the Sixers in 2007 after spending a year at Georgia Tech….

Comcast Continues to Grow Monopoly

Jerrold Electrics gave birth to American Cable Systems in Tupelo, Mississippi in 1963. Ralph J. Roberts purchased the cable company, which had five channels and 150,000 subscribers, for $500,000. Six years later, the company incorporated in Philadelphia and rebranded itself as Comcast Corporation, a combination of the words communication and broadcast. Not long after, the company started growing into…

Two sleeping fans to rule them all

Two weeks ago, the 76ers were making headlines, but it had nothing to do with tanking, or Nerlens Noel’s potential return or even about how bad they were. OK, it sort of was about how bad they were. Yahoo claimed that the team was so bad that they were putting fans in the front row…

Former Jessica Redfield Intern Breaks Into the Bigs

Danielle Maslany is quickly making a name for herself in the world of sports reporting. In just a few years, she managed to work her way up from a Philadelphia-area blogger to a member of the Orlando Magic Web Team while making stops at ESPNU, Service Electric, Temple University’s OwlSports Update and the Philadelphia Flyers along the way….