As if sports as we know it have not already changed enough, we also will be losing a couple of familiar faces from our broadcasts. Longtime Philadelphia Eagles insider Derrick Gunn and Phillies broadcaster Gregg Murphy were among a slew of staffers who were laid off from NBC Sports Philadelphia, when NBC Universal made massive layoffs across the country this week. One thing is for sure, the Philadelphia media landscape will not be the same.… Continue reading →
Philadelphia 76ers young star went down with a left knee injury late in the 3rd quarter, of Wednesday’s win against the Washington Wizards. He had a noticeable limp but initial reports revealed there was no significant pain or swelling in the area. Injury Timeline Ben Simmons underwent an MRI on Thursday morning that came back clean. There were no tears or breaks but there was a slight patella subluxation. He’s expected to be out but… Continue reading →
If you look at my last article for the Last Out Media website, you will see that I gave you my favorite cheese steak spots, so I decided that my 2nd article would give everyone my 5 favorite burger spots, my hope is that you will find a new favorite burger from this list 5–Bottle Bar East 1308 Frankford Ave–very tasty burgers, I like the fact that they have really good options and a take… Continue reading →
Sports at every level are being impacted by the COVID-19 crisis, with now the Philadelphia Catholic league delaying its fall start dates. While many schools are currently debating between an online-only or a hybrid style program, it appears that sports will have to wait a little longer than normal to get going again. The league’s board of governors has approved a schedule that has football teams beginning acclimatization on Aug. 31 and opening contests the… Continue reading →
Early in the 3rd quarter Ben Simmons walked off the court with what appeared to be a left leg injury. Headed into the locker room, followed by 76ers GM Elton Brand, it looked kind of scary there for a minute. After a few scary minutes, and an announcement that he would not return, ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski tweeted out that there was no swelling and no pain in his left knee, and all early indications are… Continue reading →
This week we finally get the first major of the season. The PGA Championship rolls into TPC Harding Park, in San Fransico California. It is the first major ever hosted at this course. It has previously held a Presidents Cup (2009) and two other events (2015 and 2005) won by Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods. Brooks Koepka is trying to become only the second golfer to ever win three consecutive PGA Championships (Walter Hagen being… Continue reading →
The Flyers seem to have not missed a beat. They ended the regular season as the hottest team in the league and open it with a win over the President’s Trophy-winning Boston Bruins. The Flyers managed to shut down the team with the most points in the league from the top down. The first line of Giroux-Couturier-Vorachek was able to shut down the so-called “perfect line” of Marchand-Bergeron-Pastrnak which takes a big bite out of… Continue reading →
The Sixers faced the San Antonio Spurs tonight in their 2nd seeding game. Philadelphia is coming off a devastating loss to the Pacers in which they gave up a double digit fourth quarter lead. Joel Embiid will look to repeat his performance from Saturday night, when he put up 41 points and 21 rebounds. First Quarter Good dime. Clean finish.@BenSimmons25 x @tobias31 💰 https://t.co/0Z17zPrHXt pic.twitter.com/Lbn1auiVRN — Philadelphia 76ers (@sixers) August 4, 2020 The Sixer started… Continue reading →
Want to know who the new owner of the XFL is? IT DOESN’T MATTER WHO…. Obvious it is Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. Announced today, the former Miami Hurricanes football player, and entertainment phenomenon, The Rock and an investment partner purchased the league for 15 million dollars. “With pride and gratitude for all that I’ve built with my own two hands, I plan to apply these callouses to the XFL, and look forward to creating something… Continue reading →
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