This wasn’t supposed to be the team that did it.
To become good in the NBA, you almost always have to become bad.
37 wins and 45 losses. That was the average record of the Philadelphia 76ers for the ten years before Sam Hinkie was hired in 2013 and implemented his so-called “Process.”
Last week, I read (with escalating anger) the story of the Kobe Bryant fan who had the foresight to purchase tickets to what will almost certainly be Kobe’s final NBA game, only to later be screwed by StubHub’s greed. (StubHub has since apologized and promised to make things right, but only because of the outcryContinue reading “I Was There: Michael Jordan’s Final Game”
I was back in Philly for a few hours on Saturday.
The Philadelphia Eagles have never won a championship in the Super Bowl era. In fact, they’ve only ever made it to the Super Bowl twice, in 1980 and 2004. I was born in 1980, so I don’t remember that team (although I’ve seen plenty of highlights) but the 2004 team is one of my favoriteContinue reading “2004 Philadelphia Eagles Highlights”