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Photo Gallery: Meet No. 2 pick Nolan Patrick
With the No. 2 pick in the 2017 NHL draft on Friday, the Flyers selected Brandon Wheat Kings center Nolan Patrick.
Lonzo Ball, Ben Simmons, Markelle Fultz, NBA draft, NBA Rookie of the Year, Los Angeles Lakers, Philadelphia 76ers, Sixers
Ben Simmons, Markelle Fultz behind Lonzo Ball in Rookie of Year odds
Lonzo Ball is the NBA Rookie of the Year favorite, with just slightly shorter odds than Ben Simmons. By Corey Seidman
Ron Hextall, Philadelphia Flyers
Ron Hextall, Flyers could address goalie position with trade at NHL draft
Not only will the Flyers pick at No. 2 overall in the NHL draft this weekend, but Ron Hextall may also acquire a veteran goalie. By Tim Panaccio
Markelle Fultz, NBA draft
Sixers 'dug very deep' into Markelle Fultz's perceived weaknesses
Markelle Fultz did not win at Washington, but the Sixers "dug very deep" on his perceived weaknesses and saw more in his strengths. By Paul Hudrick
Markelle Fultz, Michael Jordan
Fultz's story mirrors Michael Jordan's, but new chapter awaits
Like Michael Jordan, Markelle Fultz was cut from his high school team. Hopefully for the Sixers, the similarities don't end there. By Gordie Jones
Philadelphia 76ers, NBA, Sixers, Anzejs Pasecniks
Sixers acquire Latvian center Anzejs Pasecniks in trade up to No. 25
The Sixers on Thursday traded to move up to No. 25 — the Magic's selection — for Latvian center Anzejs Pasecniks. By Paul Hudrick
Former Eagles QB Michael Vick's father arrested on drug-ring charges
The father of former Eagles quarterback Michael Vick has been arrested on charges of being involved in a drug ring.
Markelle Fultz, NBA, Philadelphia 76ers, Sixers
Photo Gallery: Sixers 2017 NBA draft picks
The Sixers opened the 2017 NBA draft at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn with the No. 1 overall pick. Here's a recap of their selections throughout the night.
Philadelphia Phillies, MLB, Odubel Herrera
Pete Mackanin 'not pleased' with Odubel Herrera's base-running blunders
Odubel Herrera committed another base-running mistake on Thursday and manager Pete Mackanin was not happy about the miscue. By Joe Bloss
Aaron Nola, Philadelphia Phillies
Aaron Nola's best start of the season has Phillies confident he's locking in
"Today was me," Aaron Nola said after showing his true self on Thursday in the Phillies' 5-1 win over the Cardinals. By Corey Seidman
Conflicting messages, real concern over usage restrictions for Pat Neshek
There's concern over Pat Neshek's availability after conflicting messages continue to come out of the Phillies' clubhouse. By Corey Seidman
Flyers begin 2017-18 season out West, face Vegas for 1st time in February
The Flyers on Thursday revealed their 2017-18 schedule and they'll begin the season out West and face Vegas for the first time Feb. 11. By Tom Dougherty
Is it time to reshuffle the Union's back line?
With the Union having dropped their last two MLS matches, it could be time for the club to insert some of its young, promising defenders into the back line. By Dave Zeitlin
Philadelphia 76ers, NBA, Sixers, Markelle Fultz, Joel Embiid, Ben Simmons, Bryan Colangelo
Even if Sixers' process is complete, philosophy behind it needs to stay
While the question of whether the Sixers' process is complete is being asked, the philosophy behind it needs to remain in place. By Casey Feeney
Hextall: Vegas 'obviously did their homework' on Bellemare
After losing Pierre-Edouard Bellemare Bellemare to Vegas, Ron Hextall said the Golden Knights "obviously did their homework." By Tim Panaccio
San Antonio Spurs, NBA, Danny Green
Sixers should pursue Danny Green if Spurs willing to trade veteran guard
With a report that the Spurs are open to trading Danny Green, the Sixers should be in line for the veteran shooter's services. By Jessica Camerato
Philadelphia Phillies, MLB, Adam Haseley, Johnny Almaraz
Phillies scout says Adam Haseley will be 'a good Phillie for a long time'
Paul Murphy is a Phillies scout who has seen Adam Haseley more than anyone and he feels the No. 8 draft pick will be good for a long time. By Jim Salisbury
Florida State, NCAA, Michael Ojo
Michael Ojo taking next step in basketball career thanks to size 21 shoes
After getting size 21 shoes that fit properly, former Florida State center Michael Ojo is hoping to show he can step up to the NBA. By Jessica Camerato
The case for Oregon's Tyler Dorsey as a Sixers' 2nd-round pick
Oregon's Tyler Dorsey may be undersized, but his shooting should intrigue the Sixers in the second round. By Paul Hudrick
Jaron Blossomgame, Josh Hart, Tyler Dorsey
Potential 2nd-round targets for Sixers in NBA draft: Small forwards/guards
With the Sixers now set at No. 1 in the draft, we look at small forwards and guards they could eye with their four second-round picks. By Matt Haughton
Jordan Hicks, Philadelphia Eagles
Eagles LBs coach thinks there's more ceiling for Jordan Hicks
Jordan Hicks has been very good for the Eagles in his first two seasons, but now the next challenge is to become great. By Dave Zangaro
Philadelphia 76ers, NBA, Sixers, Ben Simmons
Sixers' label of point guard may not matter when it comes to Ben Simmons
The Sixers are more concerned with Ben Simmons' responsibilities as a ball-handler than his label of being a point guard. By Jessica Camerato
Michael Saunders, Matt Klentak, Cam Perkins
Phils' moves reflect GM Klentak's vision for team that controls strike zone
The Phillies' roster moves on Tuesday reinforced GM Matt Klentak's vision of controlling the strike zone. By Jim Salisbury
Kris Jenkins, Villanova Wildcats
After workout for Sixers, 'Nova's Jenkins ready for whatever road leads to NBA
Kris Jenkins, the one who hit "the shot," worked out for the Sixers, and he wanted to show the team he's more than just a shooter. By Joe Bloss
Richaun Holmes, Sixers, Philadelphia 76ers
Why no Richaun Holmes? Celtics fans unhappy with return in Sixers trade
If Bill Simmons' podcast was any indication, Celtics fans aren't thrilled with the return in their trade with the Sixers. By Corey Seidman
Ron Hextall, Flyers 'expect to hit on late, mid-round picks' in draft
With the rise of 2014 fifth-round pick Oskar Lindblom, Ron Hextall is hoping the Flyers hit on another mid- to late-round pick. By Tim Panaccio
NCAA, NBA, Johnathan Motley, Jordan Bell, Alec Peters
Potential 2nd-round targets for Sixers in NBA draft: Centers/power forwards
With the Sixers now set with the first pick in the NBA draft, we look at some big men they could select with their four second-round picks. By Matt Haughton
The case for Kansas' Frank Mason III as a Sixers' 2nd-round pick
2017 Naismith Player of the Year Frank Mason is ready to make the jump to the NBA. Would he and the Sixers be a good match? By Mitchell Gladstone
Ben Simmons, Bryan Colangelo, Markelle Fultz
One may not be enough: Sixers could acquire another draft pick
The day the Sixers announced the deal to acquire the top pick (their second straight), Bryan Colangelo said they may not be done. By Jessica Camerato
Danny Ainge, Boston Celtics, Philadelphia 76ers, Sixers
Celtics GM Danny Ainge explains trade with Sixers from Boston's perspective
On a conference call Monday, Celtics GM Danny Ainge explained why trading down with the Sixers was enticing for Boston. By Jessica Camerato
James Patrick, Nolan Patrick, 2017 NHL draft
Through his uncle's eyes: A glimpse behind Nolan Patrick's story
James Patrick knew early his nephew Nolan was destined for hockey. Now, Nolan's on the verge of the NHL — and maybe the Flyers. By Jordan Hall
Haughton's 2017 Sixers Mock Draft: Fultz solidifies most important position
The reported trade up gives the Sixers a chance to solidify basketball's most important position with Markelle Fultz. Matt Haughton's 2017 Sixers mock draft.
Chance Warmack, Philadelphia Eagles, Eagles, NFL, Chance Warmack Eagles
Eagles OL coach knows Chance Warmack like back of his hand
Chance Warmack and Jeff Stoutland go back to Alabama, and Warmack hopes his coach can rekindle the guard's college success. By Dave Zangaro
Aware of history of No. 2 pick, Hextall, Flyers must hit at NHL draft
Historically, the No. 2 pick has churned out stars but will this year be any different? Flyers GM Ron Hextall is aware they have to his Friday. By Tim Panaccio
Hector Neris, Philadelphia Phillies, Phillies
Phillies swept yet again and Hector Neris just isn't the same guy
Hector Neris isn't the same as the Phillies were swept for the eighth time with a 5-4, 10-inning loss to the D-backs Sunday. By Corey Seidman
The case for Gonzaga's Nigel Williams-Goss as a Sixers' 2nd-round pick
The point guard impressed during his only year in Spokane. Can he find a home with the Sixers in Philly? By Joe Bloss
Jordan Weal
Despite being unprotected in draft, Weal, Flyers 'not that far off' new deal
Despite being unprotected in the expansion draft, Jordan Weal and the Flyers are "not that far off" on a deal. By Tim Panaccio
Who's going to Vegas? Flyers unveil expansion draft protected list
Who is going to Vegas? Tim Panaccio breaks down the Flyers' protected list and who may be on the move. 
With Markelle Fultz en route to Philly, De'Aaron Fox works out for Sixers
With rumors swirling, Kentucky guard De'Aaron Fox kept his head down and worked out for the Sixers as scheduled. By Joe Bloss
Nelson Agholor, Philadelphia Eagles
Eagles WRs coach still thinks Nelson Agholor has 1st-round talent
Eagles wide receivers coach Mike Groh was impressed by Nelson Agholor's spring and still thinks he has first-round talent. By Dave Zangaro
Will Agholor's strong spring carry over to training camp?
Derrick Gunn and Reuben Frank comment on Nelson Agholor's improvement during the spring and their hopes for it carry over to the summer.
What is 'too much' to give up in possible draft pick trade?
Bob Cooney and Marc Farzetta debate how much is too much to trade up two spots in the 2017 draft.
Nick Williams, Philadelphia Phillies
Future Phillies Report: Nick Williams working on the 'finishing touches'
This week's minor-league checkup focuses on Phillies prospect Nick Williams, who isn't far away from the majors. By Corey Seidman
Despite historically low receiving numbers, Eagles could involve Blount
LeGarrette Blount has never been a receiving threat, but will the Eagles involve him in their passing game in 2017? By Reuben Frank
Ty Kelly, Philadelphia Phillies
Phillies' Ty Kelly has night to remember against Red Sox ace Chris Sale
Not long ago, Ty Kelly wasn't on the Phillies' roster. On Thursday, he was delivering the team a game-winning hit vs. Chris Sale. By Mitchell Gladstone
10 observations from minicamp: Gerry impresses as Eagles break for summer
The Eagles wrapped up their three-day mandatory minicamp on Thursday afternoon. Here are 10 observations from Dave Zangaro. 
Philadelphia Flyers, New York Islanders, Flyers weekly observations
Like Flyers-Islanders? Then the Flyers' preseason schedule is for you
The Flyers released their full preseason schedule Thursday, including four games vs. the Islanders. By Tim Panaccio
From 'Nova legend to NBA hopeful, Hart 'demands perfection' from himself
What are Josh Hart's expectations for the draft? "To be the number one pick," he joked. By Jessica Camerato
Josh Hart, Villanova, UConn, NCAA Tournament, Associated Press
Villanova, UConn renew series with 3-year agreement
Villanova-UConn is back. The two teams will play each other once a season for the next three years, as part of an agreement announced Thursday.
Rasul Douglas: LeBron is the greatest of all-time
Rasul Douglas explains why he thinks LeBron James is the greatest NBA player of all-time.
Sixers kick off Las Vegas summer league July 8 vs. Warriors
You won't see Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid, but the Sixers open summer league play vs. the NBA champion Warriors on July 8.
Briere to run day-to-day operations of newly-acquired ECHL team in Maine
Danny Briere will run the day-to-day operations of Comcast Spectacor's newly-acquired ECHL team, the Alaska Aces.
With Peters re-signed, Johnson again left biding time at right tackle
With Jason Peters re-signed, Lane Johnson is biding his time at right tackle while learning from the best. By Reuben Frank
Should they choose to do so, Flyers can now buy out MacDonald, Read
The NHL buyout period opens today, as Tim Panaccio looks at the two candidates the Flyers could choose to buy out.
Semi Ojeleye, SMU basketball, SMU Mustangs
The case for SMU's Semi Ojeleye as a Sixers' 2nd-round pick
The Sixers need shooters and wings. What about all that in one package? SMU forward Semi Ojeleye could be the wing the Sixers need. By Steven Tydings
Cayden Primeau, 2017 NHL draft
Former Flyer Keith Primeau's son Cayden chasing NHL dreams as a goalie
From a young age, NHL prospect Cayden Primeau always wanted to be a goalie — unlike his dad, former Flyer Keith Primeau. By Dhiren Mahiban
Derrick Jones, C.J. Sapong, Philadelphia Union
Union kick off U.S. Open Cup with win over Harrisburg City Islanders
Derrick Jones and the Union began U.S. Open Cup play with a fourth-round, 3-1 victory Wednesday night over the Harrisburg City Islanders. By Ryan Bright
Jason Peters
Peters has chance to be rare Eagles great to finish career in Philly
Fresh off Wednesday's contract extension, Jason Peters can break a trend and be an Eagles great to finish his career in Philly. By Reuben Frank
Why Malik Monk won't 'give a rat's a--' if Philly is tough on him
Kentucky guard Malik Monk may be a perfect fit for the Sixers on the court, but he may be an even better fit for the city of Philadelphia. By Paul Hudrick
Philadelphia 76ers, NBA, Sixers, Robert Covington
Sixers exercise option on Robert Covington's contract for 2017-18 season
The Sixers on Wednesday exercised their option on Robert Covington's contract for the 2017-18 season. By Jessica Camerato
Eagles sign Jason Peters to 1-year contract extension
The Eagles on Wednesday signed Jason Peters to a one-year extension that will keep him in Philadelphia through 2019. By Dave Zangaro
Eagles rookie Elijah Qualls returns for minicamp, tries to catch up
Eagles rookie Elijah Qualls was forced to miss OTAs. His head was spinning on his first day back, but he's confident he'll catch up. By Dave Zangaro 
Sidney Jones back with Eagles, preparing like he's going to play
Sidney Jones is back with the Eagles for minicamp and is preparing like he's going to play this season — even if he won't. By Reuben Frank
Ruben Amaro Jr., Philadelphia Phillies, Boston Red Sox
Amaro returns to Philly with many good memories — and a few regrets, too
Now a base coach, Ruben Amaro Jr. makes his Philly return Wednesday — with great memories, and some regrets, too. By Jim Salisbury
DePaul, NCAA, Billy Garrett
Billy Garrett shares Sixers' desire to win after 4 straight losing seasons at DePaul
Similar to the Sixers, Billy Garrett, who worked out Monday, is ready to win after four consecutive losing seasons at DePaul. By Paul Hudrick
Measured Takes: Trade down for what?!
Marshall Harris and Amy Fadool are joined by Sixers Insider Jessica Camerato to discuss whether the Sixers should trade up or down in the draft, and if they stay put, who they should grab.
Ep. 39: 'Minicamping' with Malcolm Jenkins
Derrick Gunn and Barrett Brooks are joined by special guest Malcolm Jenkins to discuss all things Eagles' minicamp and the difference between this year's camp and last year's.
Frank Jackson, Duke Blue Devils
The case for Duke's Frank Jackson as a Sixers' 2nd-round pick
Should the Sixers consider Duke's Frank Jackson in the second round? The explosive guard could fit well on the team's bench. By Steven Tydings
Jonathan Isaac, 2017 NBA draft
Isaac to Sixers? FSU coach says PF will be 'great fit wherever he goes'
Jonathan Isaac might not make the most sense for the Sixers, but his Florida State coach, Leonard Hamilton, said think again. Matt Haughton
Mychal Kendricks appears in line for another year of limited snaps
For the second straight year, it looks like Mychal Kendricks will have a limited role in the Eagles' defense. By Dave Zangaro
Adam Haseley, Mickey Moniak, Philadelphia Phillies
In Adam Haseley, Phillies draft a player 'very similar' to Mickey Moniak
The Phillies drafted Virginia OF Adam Haseley, a player with more pop than some think and "very similar" to Mickey Moniak. By Corey Seidman
Derek Barnett, Philadelphia Eagles
Eagles DL coach impressed by Derek Barnett, but tempering expectations
Eagles defensive line coach Chris Wilson has been impressed by Derek Barnett, but he's trying to temper his expectations. By Dave Zangaro 
John DeFilippo shows no bitterness after Eagles blocked him from leaving
The Eagles blocked John DeFilippo from leaving, but the QB coach and Carson Wentz's tutor shows no bitterness. By Reuben Frank
Odubel Herrera, Philadelphia Phillies, David Ortiz, Boston Red Sox, Phillies-Red Sox, Odubel Herrera David Ortiz
When Herrera met Big Papi at dinner in Philly, a hitting lesson broke out
A private hitting lesson at Fogo de Chao from David Ortiz, a childhood idol, has helped Odubel Herrera blossom with the Phillies. By Jim Salisbury  
Morgon Frost, Ron Hextall, Matthew Strome
What's after No. 2 overall? A look at 2nd-round draft options for Flyers
It's easy to forget the NHL draft does not end at No. 2 for the Flyers. So, let's take a look at second-round options. By Tom Dougherty
The case for Josh Hart as a Sixers' 2nd-round pick
A second-rounder on Josh Hart? The skills and winning pedigree that made him a star at Villanova would translate nicely to the Sixers. By Joe Bloss
Markelle Fultz, Washington, Dario Saric, Philadelphia 76ers
Why the Sixers and Celtics don't fit for a Markelle Fultz trade
Want the Sixers to move up to No. 1 to draft Markelle Fultz? Here's why the Celtics and Sixers are not a good fit for a trade. By Steven Tydings
End to End: Breaking down Shayne Gostisbehere's contract extension
In the latest End to End, our resident Flyers pundits break down defenseman Shayne Gostisbehere's new contract extension.
After putting on weight, Nate Gerry's conversion to LB going well
Nate Gerry has gained weight and thinks his transition to NFL linebacker from college safety is going well so far. By Dave Zangaro
5 Sixers observations 2 weeks before the NBA draft
With the NBA draft less than two weeks away, we point out five things Sixers fans should keep in mind. By Jessica Camerato
After getting beat, Lane Johnson impressed by rookie Derek Barnett
Lane Johnson was bested by rookie Derek Barnett at practice on Thursday and the veteran tackle is impressed so far by the rookie. By Reuben Frank
Steve Vasturia, Tyler Dorsey
Sixers should be able to add depth in 2nd round of draft
The Sixers so far have hosted a dozen prospects in two pre-draft workouts as they evaluate targets for each of their four second-round picks. By Jessica Camerato
Jesen Therrien, Reading Fightin Phils, Philadelphia Phillies
Eye-opening reliever Jesen Therrien has already impressed Phillies manager
Jesen Therrien, a reliever opening eyes in the Phillies' farm system, already has the attention of Pete Mackanin. By Jim Salisbury
Thomas Bryant, Indiana Hoosiers, 2017 NBA draft, Philadelphia 76ers, Sixers
NBA draft prospect Thomas Bryant's unique talents go beyond basketball
Indiana big man Thomas Bryant, a potential second-round pick for the Sixers, has unique talents that go beyond basketball. By Jessica Camerato
Kris Knoblauch, Dave Hakstol, Erie Otters, Philadelphia Flyers, Flyers, Flyers hire Kris Knoblauch
Erie GM: 'Forward thinker' Kris Knoblauch great fit for Dave Hakstol, Flyers
Erie GM Dave Brown says Kris Knoblauch (left) is a "forward thinker" who will fix the Flyers' PP and help Dave Hakstol develop kids. By Tim Panaccio
Pat Neshek, Pat Neshek trade, Pat Neshek contract, Philadelphia Phillies
Happy to be out of Houston and with Phillies, Pat Neshek expects to be traded
The Phillies have MLB's worst record and Pat Neshek's former team, the Astros, have the best record, but he'd still rather be in Philly. By Jim Salisbury
Jordan Matthews
Jordan Matthews says no reason to be concerned about knee injury
Jordan Matthews, who's battling knee tendinitis, is "fine," according to coach Doug Pederson and the Eagles aren't concerned about his injury. By Reuben Frank
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Pederson: Eagles not interested in signing Jeremy Maclin 'right now'
Doug Pederson on Thursday downplayed a reunion with Jeremy Maclin, saying the Eagles aren't interested in him "right now." By Reuben Frank
South Jersey's Vasturia adds special Sixers memory with pre-draft workout
South Jersey native Steve Vasturia added a special memory when the former Notre Dame guard worked out for the Sixers. By Joe Bloss
Taylor Hart, Philadelphia Eagles
Taylor Hart's position switch like going from Prius to Ferrari
Taylor Hart is attempting to change positions from defensive tackle to offensive tackle this spring and it isn't easy. By Dave Zangaro
Nolan-Patrick, Brandon Wheat Kings
Flyers Notes: Nolan Patrick meeting, Kris Knoblauch hire, more
Ron Hextall on Wednesday discussed the Flyers' meeting with Nolan Patrick, the hiring of Kris Knoblauch and more. By Tim Panaccio
Lonzo Ball, NBA draft
Lonzo Ball works out for Lakers, says 'I want to stay home'
Lonzo Ball worked out for the Lakers, who hold the No. 2 pick in the draft, on Wednesday and reiterated his desire to play for his home-state team.
Philadelphia Eagles, NFL, Brent Celek
With time on career running out, Eagles TE Celek still hungry for Super Bowl
Brent Celek knows time is running out on his NFL career, which makes the Eagles tight end even hungrier to win a Super Bowl. By Andrew Kulp
Dennis Rodman, Jordan Bell
Sixers see a 'Dennis Rodman' type in Oregon's Jordan Bell
Oregon's Jordan Bell, a "Dennis Rodman-like player," worked out Wednesday and knows how he could help the Sixers. By Joe Bloss
Oregon's Tyler Dorsey knows he'd fit well with Ben Simmons
Making it to the NBA is tough, but Oregon shooting guard Tyler Dorsey appears ready to tackle the challenge. By Jessica Camerato
Works in progress, rookie WRs infuse Eagles with energy, speed, explosiveness
Mack Hollins and Shelton Gibson are just getting started, but they've infused the Eagles with some much-needed explosiveness. By Reuben Frank
Philadelphia Eagles, Alex McCalister, Alex McCalister injured reserve
After redshirt season, Alex McCalister heavier and faster at OTAs
After spending his rookie season on injured reserve, Alex McCalister is back at practice heavier than before. By Dave Zangaro 
Melo Trimble, Maryland, 2017 NBA draft
After extra year of growth, Melo Trimble knows what he could bring to Sixers
By staying one more year at Maryland, Melo Trimble added another quality to his game — something he feels he can bring to the Sixers. By Jessica Camerato
Markelle Fultz, Washington
The case for Washington's Markelle Fultz to the Sixers at No. 3 (or No. 1)
If the Sixers want to get their hands on consensus top prospect Markelle Fultz, they will likely need to pull off a trade. By Steven Tydings
For Philly native Tahjere McCall, working out for Sixers 'a dream'
At the Sixers pre-draft workout Monday, you couldn't wipe the smile off Tahjere McCall's face if you tried. By Mitchell Gladstone
La Salle adds another big-program transfer in Philly native Traci Carter
Philly native Traci Carter has transferred to La Salle and will sit out the 2017-18 season after playing two seasons at Marquette. By Joe Bloss
Philadelphia Phillies, MLB, Odubel Herrera, Mike Schmidt
Odubel Herrera to Phillies great Mike Schmidt: It's all good, amigo
While Odubel Herrera was disappointed with Mike Schmidt's language barrier remarks, he did accept an apology from the Phillies legend. By Jim Salisbury
Quick Slants Podcast: Tough decisions at wide receiver
Derrick Gunn and Reuben Frank talk about the Eagles' wide receivers and if the Birds should go after Jeremy Maclin.
NFL, Philadelphia Eagles, Nelson Agholor, Jordan Matthews, Doug Pederson, Eagles practice, Eagles practice bubble
Counting drops, inspirational quotes: Nelson Agholor's quest to get better
This offseason, Nelson Agholor has been taking a new approach, which includes counting his drops and using motivational quotes. By Andrew Kulp
Exploring Sixers' 5 options in 1st round of NBA draft
The Sixers own the third pick in this year's NBA draft, which leaves them with plenty of possibilites. By Jessica Camerato 
Lonzo Ball, NBA draft
Analyst on Sixers: 'I don't know how they could pass on Lonzo Ball'
If the Lakers pass on Lonzo Ball at No. 2 in the NBA draft, one analyst said "it would be very hard" for the Sixers to follow suit at No. 3.
Carson Wentz, Philadelphia Eagles
Carson Wentz's ability to move in pocket still a work in progress
Carson Wentz has shown the ability to extend plays with his legs, but he's working even harder at improving his pocket mobility. By Dave Zangaro
Once overlooked, Colorado's Derrick White now squarely on Sixers' radar
Once "overlooked by everybody" in high school, Derrick White is ready to prove himself in the NBA. By Mitchell Gladstone
For Flyers, highly-touted forward Gabe Vilardi offers another option
Growing up the son of immigrant parents, Gabriel Vilardi, a top-five NHL draft prospect, prides his game on hard work. By Dhiren Mahiban
Darren Sproles, Philadelphia Eagles, Training Camp 2016
Rethinking retirement, Sproles enjoying mentor role with Eagles' young RBs
No longer a lock to retire after the season, Darren Sproles is enjoying his time mentoring young RBs at OTAs. By Andrew Kulp
Korkmaz is coming overseas to visit Sixers, but not it's not what you think
Bryan Colangelo confirmed Monday that Furkan Korkmaz is coming overseas to visit with the Sixers, but not for the reason you think. By Jessica Camerato
Larry Brown: 'Whoever is saying' Ben Simmons is a PG is a 'moron'
Appearing on 97.5 The Fanatic, Larry Brown shredded the idea of Ben Simmons playing PG for the Sixers in 2017-18.
Sixers 'certainly' hope to meet with Lonzo Ball before NBA draft
The Sixers haven't met with UCLA point guard Lonzo Ball yet but hope to do so before the NBA draft, Bryan Colangelo said Monday. By Jessica Camerato
Reich: Noticeable difference in Wentz's leadership
Frank Reich talks about the changes he has seen in quarterback Carson Wentz's leadership.
Joel Embiid, Ben Simmons, Philadelphia Sixers
Colangelo: Joel Embiid, Ben Simmons sitting out NBA summer league
Sixers center Joel Embiid and point forward Ben Simmons will not participate in the summer league, Bryan Colangelo said Monday.
Worth the headache? The case for UCLA's Lonzo Ball to the Sixers at No. 3
Lonzo Ball would solve the Sixers' PG issues in a flash, but is he worth putting up with the headache of LaVar? By Matt Haughton
Inside Doop: Andre Blake's huge game spoiled in Union's 2nd straight loss
Andre Blake has been spectacular for the Union, but Saturday's performance was one of his best — but the club's big turnaround is on hold. By Dave Zeitlin
Eagles sign DT Gabe Wright to 1-year deal; roster at 90
The Eagles on Monday morning signed defensive tackle Gabe Wright to a one-year contract advance of this week's OTAs. By Dave Zangaro
Cal mauls its way to 5th straight Collegiate Rugby Championship title
Cal on Sunday won its fifth straight Collegiate Rugby Championship title and proved once again why it's the king of collegiate rugby. By Mitchell Gladstone
UCLA, NCAA, Lonzo Ball
Report: Lakers souring on selecting Lonzo Ball with No. 2 pick
The Lakers, who hold the No. 2 pick in the NBA draft, may be souring on Lonzo Ball, according to The Huffington Post's Jordan Schultz.
Give and Go: Would you trade Simmons, No. 3 pick for Porzingis, No. 8 pick?
A newsroom trade scenario: Ben Simmons and the No. 3 pick for the Knicks' Kristaps Porzingis and the No. 8 pick. Our Sixers analysts discuss.
Odubel Herrera willing to risk getting drilled to continue flipping his bat
Odubel Herrera doubled twice and punctuated his last one — which plated three runs — with an emphatic bat flip, perhaps his best. By Jim Salisbury
Melo Trimble, Maryland basketball, Kentucky basketball, Isaiah Briscoe
Sixers' 1st pre-draft workouts include Philly native, plenty of guards
The Sixers will hold their first pre-draft workout Monday, bringing in a Philly native and some notable college guards. By Jessica Camerato
End to End: What to make of Flyers' not signing Samuel Dove-McFalls?
In the latest End to End, our hockey pundits break down the Flyers' decision to not sign 2015 draft pick Samuel Dove-McFalls.
Jonathan Isaac, Florida State Seminoles
Trade-down scenario: The case for Florida State's Jonathan Isaac to Sixers
Drafting FSU's Jonathan Isaac (likely in a trade scenario) could allow the Sixers to use a lineup featuring four players over 6-foot-10. By Paul Hudrick
Eagles Mailbag: Standouts so far, Wentz with weapons, real falcons
In the latest Eagles Mailbag, Dave Zangaro answers your questions about standouts at OTAs, Carson Wentz's weapons and real-life birds.
Nolan Patrick
Possible Flyers pick Patrick opens up about injury history, mindset at combine
Nolan Patrick, who could be the Flyers' draft pick at No. 2, talked his health, mindset and more on Friday at the NHL combine. By Jonah Bronstein
Jerry Colangelo talks NBA draft, Lonzo Ball, Sam Hinkie
Sixers special advisor Jerry Colangelo discussed a variety of topics Friday on 94 WIP, from the NBA draft to Lonzo (and LaVar) Ball to Sam Hinkie.
Graham Spanier, Penn State
3 ex-Penn State officials sent to jail in Jerry Sandusky scandal
Graham Spanier and two other ex-Penn State administrators were sentenced Friday to jail for failing to report a child sexual abuse allegation against Jerry Sandusky.
After secluded year of recovery, Eagles LB Joe Walker nearing full return
Joe Walker spent his rookie season rehabbing from a torn ACL, but the Eagles' linebacker is set to make a full recovery. By Dave Zangaro 
Philadelphia Union, MLS, Haris Medunjanin, Alejandro Bedoya, Derrick Jones
Union scoring big on international soccer stage
With several players suiting up at times for their respective national teams, the Union now have a big presence on the international stage. By Dave Zeitlin
Flyers prospect Samuel Dove-McFalls is free agent, can re-enter draft
The Flyers chose to not sign prospect Samuel Dove-McFalls, who becomes a free agent and can re-enter the NHL draft. By Tim Panaccio
PST Podcast: Major-League Issues
Michael Barkann and Dan Roche break down the Phillies’ historically bad month of May, and discuss if demoting some players would help the team turn things around. They also make their NBA Finals predictions...
With 3rd team in 4 years, Torrey Smith hopes to find stability with Eagles
Torrey Smith's career is truly at a crossroads — on his third team in four years — but he hopes he's found a home with the Eagles. By Reuben Frank
Eagles counting on Jalen Mills as No. 1 corner in second year
While Jalen Mills still has his green hair, he's no longer an inexperienced rookie. Now, he's the Eagles' No. 1 option. By Andrew Kulp
North Carolina State, NCAA, Dennis Smith Jr.
The case for NC State's Dennis Smith Jr. to the Sixers at No. 3
NC State point guard Dennis Smith Jr. is one of the most athletic players in the draft, but is he worthy of the Sixers' pick at No. 3? By Matt Haughton
Phillies ready to turn the calendar after finishing historically bad May 6-22
Aaron Nola and the Phillies are ready to turn the calendar after finishing a tortuous May with a 10-2 loss to Miami on Wednesday. By Jim Salisbury
Joel Embiid, Ben Simmons, Cavaliers
Ready to contend? Sixers should try to be like the Cavs ... from 2013-14
As the Sixers chart their course to contention, they should look at the Cavaliers — from 2013-14 — as a proper model. By Jessica Camerato
The Museum of Sports
Museum of Sports is Lou Scheinfeld's next South Philly 'labor of love'
Lou Scheinfeld had a hand in building the Spectrum and XFINITY Live! His next endeavor: The Museum of Sports, a Philly sports treasure trove. By John Boruk
Philadelphia Phillies, MLB, Maikel Franco
Phillies GM frustrated, but committed to rebuild, giving Franco a chance
Phillies general manager Matt Klentak said Wednesday they are not planning to send slumping Maikel Franco to the minors anytime soon. By Jim Salisbury
Get ready to see Eagles' Pumphrey-Sproles 'Pony set' this season
It's still just May, but we're already beginning to see how the Eagles plan to use Donnel Pumphrey -- get ready for the Pony set -- in their offense. By Dave Zangaro
Exclusive: Matt Klentak talks to Jim Salisbury
Phillies GM Matt Klentak discusses the Phillies' struggles, the possibility of sending down Maikel Franco and if Bob McClure or Pete Mackanin are on the hot seat.
Colin Kaepernick, Torrey Smith
Smith says Kaepernick being mistreated amid Giants exec Mara's comments
Torrey Smith on Tuesday sounded off a bit in defense of Colin Kaepernick amid Giants president and CEO John Mara's comments.
Philadelphia Eagles, NFL, Malcolm Jenkins
With options at slot CB, Eagles' Malcolm Jenkins could turn into fallback plan
Malcolm Jenkins has handled the slot cornerback job since joining the Eagles, but the safety could relinquish those duties in 2017. By Andrew Kulp
Quick Slants: Where in the world is Marcus Smith?
Derrick Gunn and Reuben Frank discuss the return of Fletcher Cox to the second week of OTAs, and the continued absence of Marcus Smith.
Fletcher Cox
Back in Philly, Fletcher Cox explains absence from first part of Eagles OTAs
Fletcher Cox was back on the field Tuesday for Eagles OTAs, and afterward, he explained why he missed last week's sessions. By Reuben Frank
Dallas Mavericks, NBA, Nerlens Noel
Report: Multiple teams willing to offer Nerlens Noel max contract
Former Sixers center Nerlens Noel could reportedly draw max offers well over $100 million from multiple teams in free agency. By Jessica Camerato
Flyers sign forward prospect Oskar Lindblom to entry-level deal
The Flyers on Tuesday inked Swedish forward Oskar Lindblom, a 2014 fifth-round pick, to an entry-level deal. By Tim Panaccio
Malik Monk, Kentucky Wildcats
The case for Malik Monk as the Sixers' first-round pick
The 2017 draft class is stacked, but if the Sixers want a shooter, they ought to consider Kentucky's Malik Monk. By Joe Bloss
Roob's 25 Random Points: Marcus Smith, Phils, Jim Bunning, Paul Simon & more
What is Marcus Smith doing skipping OTAs? How bad are the Phils? Remembering Jim Bunning, and some Paul Simon. By Reuben Frank
As Flyers do homework, Hischier recounts meteoric rise in draft stock
Nico Hischier, a possibility for the Flyers at No. 2 overall, recounts his meteoric rise in the hockey world. By Dhiren Mahiban
A healthy Patrick to Flyers? 'He won't let anybody down,' Brandon GM says
Brandon Wheat Kings GM Grant Armstrong said a healthy Nolan Patrick would be an elite, difference-making talent for the Flyers. By Jordan Hall
De'Aaron Fox, NBA Draft Combine
The case for Kentucky's De'Aaron Fox to the Sixers at No. 3
In maybe the deepest point guard class in recent draft history, De'Aaron Fox has been flying up draft boards the past month. By Mitchell Gladstone
Vegas Golden Knights
End to End: Who will Flyers protect, lose in expansion draft?
In the latest End to End, our resident hockey pundits dissect who the Flyers might protect and lose in the June expansion draft.
Sixers Mailbag: Joel Embiid's return, signing Kyle Lowry?
When can we expect Joel Embiid back on the court? Would it be wise to sign Kyle Lowry? Jessica Camerato answers your Sixers questions.
T7L Show: #SamsTown
John Gonzalez and The Rights to Ricky Sanchez's Michael Levin join The700Level Show to discuss the Sixers' hitting on the pick swap, Sam Hinkie and more.
Markelle Fultz, Philadelphia Sixers

Photo Gallery: Last 25 Years of No. 1 Overall Picks

With the Sixers poised to select guard Markelle Fultz first overall in Thursday's NBA draft, here is a look back at the last 25 years of top picks. Some big hits and epic misses.

Markelle Fultz, NBA, Philadelphia 76ers, Sixers

Photo Gallery: Sixers 2017 NBA draft picks

The Sixers opened the 2017 NBA draft at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn with the No. 1 overall pick. Here's a recap of their selections throughout the night.

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Lunch Break: Should we be excited about Jonah Bolden?

Marc Jackson and Marshall Harris discuss the Sixers' draft night and talk about what excites them other than Markelle Fultz.

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