It’s the preseason, which means it’s time to prematurely and presumptuously postulate. In this Moosecast, Paul Mancano and Joe Leonard touch on more than one terrible Philadelphia sports team. Which one is it? There are too many to choose from. Continue reading
You thought it was safe. You thought with the high-pitched buzz of the Eagles and Phillies drama drowning out all other noise during the month of August, surely there would be no more college-aged white guys making Sixers podcasts.
You were wrong. Continue reading
BY PAUL MANCANO
Guess what day it is, guess what day it is.
Also, SIXERS OPENING DAAAYYYY.
I don’t remember being this excited for a season since… last season. But before that, since… Bynum. But before that, since the Iverson era. So not very long ago. But I’m still excited. Irrationally excited. Continue reading
BY PAUL MANCANO—Amid the noise of the now yearly “worst team ever” debate and the star-struck giddiness surrounding Nerlens Noel, the chatter around several Sixers has been drowned out. As well it should, because, well, they suck. But 2014 draftee Jerami Grant’s disappearance from seemingly every Sixers discussion is more surprising and less warranted than, say, Hollis Thompson’s. (no offense, Hollis—literally, he’s got no offense. Sorry, I had to) After all, Grant was taken just seven picks after K.J. McDaniels, and was projected by many to be a first-round pick. Yet there seems to be a steep drop-off in expectations from McDaniels to Grant. While I do agree K.J. has the most potential of any the Sixers’ second-rounders, there’s certainly reason to believe great things can also come from Grant. Continue reading
BY PAUL MANCANO—It’s getting late. “MLB Tonight” is blaring on the tube, and I’m starting to get sleepy. Without Mitch Williams, the show has lost its luster for me (it’s a shame he’s got major anger management problems). It’s time to turn in. I shut off the tube, grab a cup of warm milk, and head to bed. I pass out instantly, and dream away… Continue reading
BY JUSTIN RUSSELL – Ronald Roberts Jr.’s biggest individual achievement this year was being named to the third team all-Atlantic 10. When you try to find the roster for this team online, well, I’ll spare you the Google, you can’t. South Jersey’s own big man with a 42″ vertical has played out of the national spotlight his entire collegiate career, but Sixers fans are starting to take notice of the man with the pogo sticks in his legs. Continue reading