From The Department of WTF

From The Department of WTF

Via Jalopnik:


Philadelphia, PA - December 10, 2007) Lexus drivers in the Greater
Philadelphia Region now can have priority parking at the Wachovia
Center as part of a new sponsorship package between Lexus and arena
owner Comcast-Spectacor.

"Lexus continues to be a great advertising partner of ours," said
Comcast-Spectacor President Peter Luukko. "As we continue to look for
new and exciting opportunities for our fans and our sponsors, Lexus
remains a terrific partner.

"As a result of this new arrangement, we're able to offer our
customers who drive Lexus cars an opportunity to park in a specially
designated space with other Lexus owners."

As part of the new three-year advertising and sponsorship package,
Lexus drivers can park in a designated Lexus parking spot in either of
two lots in the Wachovia Center (C-Lot and E-Lot). Additionally, these
new parking sections will feature Lexus advertising prominently
featured on the light polls.

This means my boy Sid and his Jaguar will need to park with the rest of the drunkards.

Mike Trout joins push in trying to lure LeBron James to Sixers

Mike Trout joins push in trying to lure LeBron James to Sixers

LeBron James to the Sixers. It would take a miracle, right?

Sure, but one MVP is in on the push for the four-time MVP landing in Philly.

Enter Mike Trout.

The Angels' star outfielder, a two-time AL MVP and native of Millville, New Jersey, took to Twitter on Thursday to make a quick pitch for the King. Trout, a well-known fan of Philadelphia sports teams, responded to a 94WIP tweet about reporter Howard Eskin shooting down the LeBron James chatter.

First, it was Ben Simmons tweeting James. That's really how all the buzz started and now the idea is taking on a mind of its own. Clearly, it's being talked about. And what Sixers fan wouldn't want a player like James putting "The Process" into hyperdrive?

And hey, once James comes to Philly, he can then return the favor: bringing Trout to the Phillies.

We can dream, right?