Monthly Archives: May 2012

Offseason Musings (That aren’t really musings at all)

So in honor of the summer being unofficially started, I thought I’d honor the Sixer’s Flyer’s and Eagle’s off season by not posting about sports today. Here are some summer tracks to jam out to on the porch or while … Continue reading

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Where’s The Doctor? Out.

Roy Halladay is in the midst of one of his worst seasons ever. The Phillies’ righty already has 14 walks and 6 home runs on his way to a 4 and 5 record. Compare this to last season where he … Continue reading

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Here’s To Next Year

The Sixers’ season came to an unexpected end on Saturday night, but I mean that in the best way. Nobody expected the Sixers to beat the Bulls in the first round – many maintained this position even after Derrick Rose blew … Continue reading

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Hamels v. Harper: The Rematch

As I’m sure most of you baseball fans are aware, Phillies’ pitcher Cole Hamels recently received a 5 game suspension for admitting that he intentionally threw at Washington Nationals rookie Bryce Harper. I’m also sure that most of you know … Continue reading

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Looking Back, Thinking Forward

So, the Sixers had a pretty poor showing in Game 5. Their inexperience was on display for the world as they collapsed when the game got tight in the second half. Or maybe, the Celtics’ just proved what veterans they … Continue reading

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Game Diary: Sixers Celtics Game 5

In a tribute to Bill Simmons, I’m going to try one of his favorite gimmicks – The in-game diary. This is going be a running log of my thoughts and observations while watching Game 5 of the Sixers Celtics series. … Continue reading

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Fighting Back

Most of the game was brutal – truly, honestly, difficult to watch. After scoring only 12 points in the first quarter it seemed like the Sixers were trying to lose. They weren’t doing anything right. They were turning it over, … Continue reading

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