Flyers Trade Kimmo Timonen To Chicago

The Philadelphia Flyers traded defenseman Kimmo Timonen on Friday night to the Chicago Blackhawks.  In return the Flyers will receive a 2015 second round draft pick and a conditional draft pick in 2016 based on how far the Blackhawks advance and how much Timonen plays during the playoffs. Timonen has missed the entire season so […]


Drexel’s Lee Out For The Season With Hand Injury

There were times this season when the Drexel basketball team only had 8 players that would dress for a game due to injuries.  Through all the injury struggles the Dragons recently were able to pull off a 6 game winning streak and climb back into the CAA conference race. During yesterday’s loss to Northeastern the […]


Hinkie Extends Tanking Plan Well Into Future

Sixers General Manager Sam Hinkie made two deadline deals last week and sent both Michael Carter-Williams and KJ McDaniels out of town.  There has been one game since the deals and Sixers Head Coach Brett Brown said ‘he felt naked’ without these two guys. I was never really sold on the idea of Carter-Williams (MCW) […]


Eagles Mock Draft 1.0

We all know that we’ll see a million mock drafts between now and the actual draft.  We also know that these mock drafts will change frequently throughout the draft process due to the NFL Scouting Combine, player interviews, and private workouts, but it’s always fun to project what could/should happen.  I’m not going to focus […]


Sixers Make Splash at Trade Deadline

In a series of surprise moves the Sixers traded Michael Carter-Williams and K.J. McDaniels this afternoon just before the NBA trade deadline.  MCW who is the reigning NBA rookie of the year was traded to the Milwaukee Bucks as part of a four team-team deal that also included the Phoenix Suns and the Lakers.  In […]


Herb Magee wins 1,000 game coaching Phila U

When the NCAA tournament ends in April the song ‘One Shining Moment’ will play set to highlights from the tournament.  Philadelphia University will not be one of the teams ‘dancing’ in the tournament, but on Saturday they had their one shining moment. Head Coach Herb Magee won his 1,000 career game Saturday as Phila U […]


National Signing Day: Villanova Overview

While many other teams around the city are tanking or rebuilding the Villanova Wildcats football teams looks to reload with its 2015 recruiting class.  The season ended in the quarterfinals of the FCS playoffs for the Wildcats.  They finished the season with an 11-3 record. The team will return QB John Robertson, the winner of […]

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National Signing Day: Penn State Overview

James Franklin has reeled in a great class of football players for the 2015 recruiting class. Penn State’s class has been ranked anywhere from 8th-14th in the nation across many different sources. Let’s check out Penn State’s 2015 recruiting class position-by-position.   Quarterback Tommy Stevens: 6’4″, 193-lbs, 3-star prospect This was a big get for […]

Phillies tickets for Opening Day going for as little as $38

One of the great traditions in all of professional sports — Opening Day — is rapidly approaching, as all 30 Major League Baseball teams get set for what should be another wild and exciting season. The Philadelphia Phillies draw one of the more intriguing assignments in their own home opener, as they’ll be taking on […]


The Flyers and Preston and Steve A Winning Combination

The Philadelphia Flyers are currently on a season high four game winning streak and on Thursday they will try to continue the streak against the New York Islanders. There may be no bigger fans of the Flyers than the hosts of the Preston and Steve Show on WMMR (93.3).  Even though it is a morning […]

Sixers and Flyers will spend most of pivotal February on the road

While Philadelphia fans are known as some of the most loyal fans in the country, their teams have not been repaying that loyalty. The current in-season teams, the Flyers and the 76ers, have had rough seasons to say the least. The 76ers have been one of the NBA’s worst teams in 2014-2015, while the Flyers […]


Drexel Lands Wake Forest Transfer

Ex-Wake Forest guard Miles Overton is transferring to Drexel, per Jon Rothstein. He notified WF head coach Danny Manning that he’d be transferring in early December. Miles Overton is a Philly native, and was a basketball standout at St. Joseph’s Prep. Overton averaged 5.1 points per contest over 7 games for Wake Forest. The 6’4″ […]


Voracek Living A Dream At The All Star Game

When you play hockey in your driveway or in the street in front of your house you dream about scoring the winning goal in the Stanley Cup final or maybe you dream about playing in the All Star Game. Flyers forward Jakub Voracek will be making his first NHL All Star appearance this weekend and […]


Villanova Wins Big 5 for 4th Year In A Row

For the 4th season in a row the Villanova Wildcats have won the Big 5.  On Saturday night they defeated Penn 62-47 at the Palestra to finish 4-0 in the city series.  The game was a lot closer then the score indicates. They have now won 11 straight Big 5 games. ‘We don’t own the […]


Temple has a rough night on the road against Cincinnati

On a night without Senior Guard Will Cummings, the Temple Owls traveled to Cincinnati to take on the Bearcats. Coming into the game, the Owls held a 12-6 record (3-2 AAC), while the Cincinnati Bearcats held an 11-5 record (2-2 AAC). In recent history, Cincinnati’s Fifth Third Arena has been a tough place to play. […]