For the 10th time in 11 games the Philadelphia Flyers failed to score more than 2 goals (against a goaltender) in a game. Philly fell to the Boston Bruins on Saturday Ngiht at the Wells Fargo Center, 5-2, and just seemed to lack the scoring punch and extra dynamic offensive gear needed to compete with the league's best teams. And while Boston certainly has one of the league's best LINES, I wouldn't quite categorize them as "elite," although they certainly looked like it, bottling up the Flyers in their defensive end for most of the night, outshooting the Orange and Black, 44-31. Meanwhile in Lehigh Valley (actually the Phantoms game was in Toronto, but you get it), Morgan Frost scored a goal for the second consecutive game on Saturday night, bringing his season total to 3 goals and 12 assists in 16 games. Frost has registered points in 10 of 16 games in the AHL this year, and has raised his shooting percentage with a couple of goals in the last 2 nights to 8.8%, after being a bit snakebitten and sitting on one goal on 27 shots through 14 games. I don't know if Frost can translate his production to the NHL. I don't know if he's even a serviceable NHL top-9 scorer. But I do know, without Kevin Hayes and Ryan Ellis, this offense is simply not good enough to compete on a nightly basis. Frost is sitting there in your organization, producing nightly. So, what are we waiting for here? Listen to the postgame for more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Week 10 of the NFL is almost in the books, the Detroit Lions and Pittsburgh Steelers finished in a tie, the Philadelphia Eagles picked up a win over the Denver Broncos, and the Los Angeles Rams seek to continue their dominant season as they take the stage on Monday Night Football against the San Francisco 49ers. With all of that and so much more happening in week 10, Brad will break down all the happenings and highlights from the National Football League. He will also take a look at the NFL Free Agency, who are some of the top stars still to land somewhere, and who could be on the chopping block? Tomorrow night the Philadelphia Flyers host the Calgary Flames inside the Wells Fargo Center. Can the Flyers bounce back after taking a L this past Saturday in Dallas? The New York Rangers after a shootout victory over the New Jersey Devils, seek to keep the momentum alive against the Montreal Canadiens. Join in the conversation tonight on Sports Hounds!
The Boys are Back in town!!! Tonight the Flyers take on the Arizona Coyotes in an East Meets West battle at the Wells Fargo Center. Join Matt & Rob for an all-new Hockey Happy Hour live at Special Start Time 7:00 only on a2dradio.com for live reactions and for all the major Hockey news around the league.
The Philadelphia Sixers beat the Portland Trail Blazers without Joel Embiid & Tobias Harris to advance to 5-2. This was a statement win for the Sixers, but the coolest part was watching fans chant "We Want Lillard" at the Wells Fargo Center. Lillard was asked about it after the game, and we discuss what he had to say. #Sixers #DamianLillard #NBA #TrailBlazers #NBANews #SixersNews Philly Take with RB Merch Store: https://philly-take-with-rb.creator-spring.com/ Subscribe to Philly Take with RB on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZ6xo8_BSzZJVYfWEqEt1Gw INSTA: https://www.instagram.com/rbphillytake/ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/RBPhillyTake
After the 4-game homestand to open the regular season, the Flyers have a solid 2-1-1 record and are now on the road bound for Edmonton as they play the Oilers on Wednesday night to begin a West Canada road trip. Can the Flyers rebound after a tough loss to the Panthers? And will this road trip be a strong showing for the Orange and Black outside of the Wells Fargo Center? Join Matt, Rob & Brian for an all-new Hockey Happy Hour live at 8 right here on a2dradio.com.
WagerTalk's NBA Tip-Off Show brings you NBA picks, predictions and odds for Friday, October 22. Storylines aplenty as the 76ers welcome Brooklyn to the Wells Fargo Center for Philadelphia's home opener tonight. Join Joe, Kevin, Steve and Tony for the NBA Tip-Off Show as we discuss tonight's marquee games. Stay up-to-date on the latest NBA news, stats, analysis, and predictions with our panel of professional handicappers as they preview tonight's NBA action from a betting perspective.#NBA | #HereTheyCome | #BrooklynTogether
The Philadelphia Flyers continue to roll to start the season as they take down the Boston Bruins 6-3 in the Wells Fargo Center. Cam Atkinson, Joel Farabee, and Derick Brassard seriously dominate. Travis Konecny lights the lamp again! Ristlainen got his first nod and let's just say... it wasn't very good. Martin Jones was solid though! Let's see how they continue to battle. The Flyers sure faced adversity tonight and overcome it Check out my sponsors! Orbit Energy & Power: www.orbitenergy.us or Call (800) 836-3987. DraftKings Code: BRODES Use promo code BRODES! Head to the app NOW to check out all of the great odds and promotions DraftKings Sportsbook offers! URL Here: See www.draftkings.com/sportsbook for full details. BETQL DISCOUNT CODE: Use the following link: https://try.betql.co/brodes/ and enter the discount code BRODES for 25% off any subscription offering at BetQL. Make sure to check out BetQL's Sportsbook Sign Up Offers page at the following link: https://affiliate.betql.co/offers You may be eligible to claim free bonus or risk free offers upon signing up at your choice of multiple Sportsbooks.
Tonight the guys will discuss the Eagles less than stellar season so far. After a 2-4 start, where do they think the team goes from here? They also look at the rest of the NFL and discuss their thoughts on what is going on so far this season. They will also discuss the two teams that call Wells Fargo Center as the Flyers host the Kraken tonight, and the Sixers open their season later this week.
Ben Simmons showed up, unannounced, to the Wells Fargo Center on Monday, ending his holdout. Derek and Rich discuss what's next for the ongoing Simmons circus, then talk about what they've taken away from preseason play thus far. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today the guys are live from the Wells Fargo Center for the start of the Flyers 2021-2022 season! John opens the show reacting to the Eagles lack-luster loss to the Bucs last night. Despite the score being close; John has major concerns with the QB and coach going forward. Bob can't stand the lack of a run game (0:00-46:37). Pat is really close to being out on Jalen Hurts. John says the Eagles got straight up bullied. The guys discuss if we could see one of the tight ends traded this season (46:37-1:33:08). John has some strong words regarding the Eagles' defense. Eagles' insider Zach Berman joins the show to discuss last night's loss. Pat Egan vs Jason Myrtetus (1:33:08-2:17:25). The guys get you hype for the start of the Flyers season as Claude Giroux, Alain Vigneault, and Cam Atkinson all join the show (2:17:25-3:04:49).
The guys open with their predictions for tonight's Eagles-Bucs game (0:12-24:03). Bob gives his thoughts on how the season changes if the birds win tonight (24:03-46:17). What is the shelf life on Ben Simmons? (46:17-1:09:28). Tomorrow there are some great giveaways when the guys broadcast from center ice at the Wells Fargo Center (1:09:28-1:31:39). Do the Eagles have a winnable game tonight? (1:31:39-1:53:27). Thursday Game Time – Flyer or Fake Hockey Player? (1:53:27-2:15:57). Ed Barkowitz checks in with some betting insight on tonight's game (2:15:57-2:39:19). The show wraps up with an interview with Michael Rapaport and the guys' final thoughts on the game (2:39:19-3:01:37).
WE BACK! The guys touch on the big comeback Eagles win in Carolina this past week, we also touch on other topics going on around the NFL. Ben Simmons showed up to the Wells Fargo Center....unexpected. We'll catch you guys next week..WE OUT!
Ben Simmons ended his holdout, sort of, by showing up at the Wells Fargo Center unannounced and texting Elton Brand? Or something? We try to discern what's happening, as we are trained to do so. We also discuss the win over the Nets, the winner of the Ricky Reprint shirt contest, pay tribute to Spike's late cat, and Mike decides if he wants to eat pudding that tastes like shit. Pre-save or buy vinyl of the new The War On Drugs Album I Don't Live Here Anymore at http://www.thewarondrugs.net Join or donate to the Bark In The Park team here: https://secure.qgiv.com/event/bark2021/team/884057/ The Rights To Ricky Sanchez is presented by Draft Kings Sportsbook. Get $20 off your first Seat Geek purchase with code RTRS. Get your Big Barker dog bed with the process pup patches at http://www.bigbarker.com/ricky Kornblau and Kornblau is the official lawfirm of the process. Stateside Vodka is the official sponsor of the Corner Three Newsletter Rest in Peace Alabama!
The trucker who was fatally shot by state troopers at an I-80 rest stop last week had reportedly fired at multiple vehicles beforehand. Defense attorneys have argued that the anti-Semitic comments made by the man who shot and killed 11 people at the Tree of Life synagogue building should be suppressed in court. The Wells Fargo Center has updated its code of conduct as the NBA and NHL season gets underway, emphasizing the inappropriateness of some of the rowdier behavior exhibited by fans. Lastly, a group of bobcats got recognized for being particularly photogenic. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Lou Nolan is beginning his 50th year as the Flyers' public address announcer. He began his career in the Flyers public relations department at the team's inception in 1967 and took over public address duties in 1972. KYW's Mike DeNardo talked with Nolan about his life and career in hockey, and sat with him in the booth as he kicked of the season at the Wells Fargo Center. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Hot Take Hot Box is back to talk about the Eagles winning a confusing game in Carolina. Ben Simmons just randomly shows up outside the Wells Fargo Center. Phillies identify the issues and talk about the needs they will address.
Host William Lou recaps the Toronto Raptors' 123-113 loss to the Philadelphia 76ers at the Wells Fargo Center. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.
It's the 30th anniversary of Pearl Jam's debut, and most important album, Ten. So we're celebrating by taking a look back at one of the most treasured shows of the past decade, the night where they played the entire album in front of a frenzied Philadelphia crowd. It was the fourth of five full album shows in a two-year span that was fueled by a banner raised to the rafters of the Wells Fargo Center honoring the band's 10 consecutive sellout shows in South Philly. From the time that you hear the iconic opening riff of Alive as the third song in the set, you can tell that the crowd was astounded that they were there to witness history. We'll go in full depth on the entire album's recreation from this night and some oddities that came with it that made the setlist flow so unique in itself. Moments such as getting songs like Even Flow, Alive, Porch and Release all happening outside of their positioning's that we've grown so accustomed to. Oh, and we'll also talk about the consolation prize set, which wasn't so bad itself, but could never reach the same height that the album's presence provided. Want more of Ten? We aren't finished just yet! There was a show that occurred back in Munich, Germany in 1992 which would mark the first time they'd play the album in its entirety. We cover it and it'll be out on the official 30th birthdate. To check out the episode, make sure you subscribe to our Patreon in order to listen: http://patreon.com/liveon4legs
On today's show, Glen and Ray discuss the Eagles, Phillies and the history of the Wells Fargo Center. "Tell Us Your Story" with Chris Long can be heard in the 12:00 hour. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Andrea Helfrich calls the Andie Summers Show to talk about The Philly Tailgate Games presented by Yuengling. Close out your summer with the ultimate party on Saturday, September 25th at the Wells Fargo Center. Compete in Cornhole, Jenga, Ladder Golf, and Washers and win big prizes, including: Flyers season tickets Free beer for a year Concert tickets Tournament tickets are $40 and general admission is $10. Everyone has a chance to enter to win free tickets to every concert at the Wells Fargo Center for one whole year! For more information, click HERE
Bucks County Bytes presents to you the award-winning songwriter, singer, actress, and Keith Urban's favorite Raise 'Em Up tour moments, Kendal Conrad! I discovered Kendal from my friend and social media personality, George Wacker, who is known as Lehigh Valley With Love....once I went exploring Kendal's music I was in love with her voice and her Martin guitar! I reached out to her and asked if she could come on the show and tell the world her story! She has the most amazing personality, voice, and love for what she does! Kendal Conrad has such an extensive list of remarkable and outstanding performances, but the highlight really is when she performed and sang a duet with Keith Urban on stage in Bethlehem's Musicfest singing "We Were Us" as part of the Raise 'Em Up Tour and it is said this is one Keith Urban's favorite tour moments! She also joined Walker Hayes onstage to perform "Halloween" for 92.5 XTU's Ski Day at Jack Frost Big Boulder. Kendal is also International Miss Talent and won the title with her original song "Girlstrong." She has performed at the White House, Wells Fargo Center, Sands Casino, Six Flags, Hersheypark, the Bitter End, Musikfest, and the Susquehanna Bank Center for 92.5 XTU's anniversary party. Kendal has sung the National Anthem for MLB, NBA, MMA, NASCAR, and NBC's National Dog Show. She was a finalist in the NBC 10 Talent Search and a finalist in the Colgate Country Showdown. Kendal was the 2015 Country Showdown Winner for Philadelphia's 92.5 XTU. She has opened for country artists Blake Shelton, Charlie Daniels Band, Devin Dawson, Drew Baldridge, Alabama, Walker Hayes, Hunter Hayes, Brandon Lay, Carter Winter, Sara Evans, Tucker Beathard, Jerrod Niemann, Michael Ray, Thompson Square, Parmalee, Dylan Schneider, Diamond Rio, Kane Brown, Granger Smith, Phil Vassar, Craig Morgan, Rodney Atkins, Easton Corbin, Trailer Choir, Maggie Rose, Craig Campbell, Mo Pitney, Striking Matches, Old Dominion, Outshyne, Chris Cagle, and The Cadillac Three and performed personally for author Nicholas Sparks. She has played the Dick's Sporting Goods Open, the Foundry at the Fillmore, iPlay America, Jenks Club, Prospector's Saloon, One Centre Square, Sherman Theater, Sellersville Theatre, Provident Bank Park, PPL Center, Wayne County Fair, PGA Concert at the Bogey, and the Santander Arena. Kendal was an extra in the film Silver Linings Playbook where she can be seen bumping into Bradley Cooper. She starred as Holly Golightly in the exclusive post-Broadway production of Breakfast at Tiffany's at the Civic Theatre of Allentown. Kendal recorded her first EP in country star Reba McEntire's studio in Nashville. But my favorite part about Kendal is her sincere love of music and her love of the Martin guitar she plays...and I had the honor to chat with her and who she is on my podcast...her laugh and love are truly addicting and I hope you enjoy her chat as much as I did!! Kendal Conrad links:FacebookKendal Conrad MusicInstagram@kendalconradTwitter@kendalconradYouTubeKendal ConradSupport the show (https://paypal.me/msexpresso?locale.x=en_US)
Philadelphia 76ers vs Atlanta Hawks Game 7 live stream reactions in 2021 NBA Playoffs. Sixers: Joel Embiid & Ben Simmons vs Hawks: Trae Young.Philadelphia 76ers look to advance to their first Eastern Conference finals since 2001; the Atlanta Hawks, on the other hand, since 2015. Tip-off is set for 8:00 p.m ET on TNT at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia. The Sixers are 7-point favorites over the Hawks tonight.Join Thomas Arnone, Nick DelGozzo, Brian Wilson, and Greg Milakovic as they guys react to the best two words in sports, Game 7! The Sixers will win Game 7. Join the fellas and let them know if you Agree or Disagree with that statement. Does Joel Embiid get back to his dominant self in Game 7? Does Ben Simmons have more of an impact in tonight's game than he's had in Game 5 and 6? Which Tobias Harris do the Sixers get tonight? Does anyone on the bench step up and provide something of substance to help this team win tonight? After the outcome, the fellas will look ahead at the Eastern Conference Finals and the waiting Milwaukee Bucks. Finally, the guys will give their Crumbs of the Week, which might be all Sixers depending on the outcome of the game, to end the show. Join the discussion.
Well, that was horrible. The Sixers lost game 7 at home to the Atlanta Hawks and Dan, Steve and Emily reacted to yet another second round loss for Philly. They pulled no punches. Full analysis on Ben Simmons' series from hell, Doc Rivers' abundant miscues, Joel Embiid's play in the series and much more. They also react to postgame media availability from Rivers, Simmons and Embiid. Where do the Sixers go from here? Finally, as a palette cleanser, the trio discusses what it was like enduring an historic Philadelphia loss next to each other, as they watched Game 5 together in person at the Wells Fargo Center. Thank you for supporting the show all season long. Get ready for lots more content as we all head into a huge offseason for the dumb, dumb Sixers. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
A game seven at home was why the Sixers fought so hard for the #1 seed in the Eastern Conference. It didn't matter, as the Hawks won their third straight in the Wells Fargo Center and the Sixers are out in the second round again. Where do they go from here? The Rights To Ricky Sanchez is presented by Draft Kings Sportsbook. LL Pavorsky Jewelers is where Rights To Ricky Sanchez listeners go and get engaged. Adam Ksebe is the official realtor of the Rights To Ricky Sanchez podcast.
The Sixers had an epic collapse on the night of June 16, 2021, in front if their home crowd inside the Wells Fargo Center. Jon Jansen reacts to a heartbreaking turn of events.
From the official magazine of Brian Baldinger, Footballstories Live brings all the hot stories from the football world directly to you. Al Thompson is covering the Sixers game so Matt Santoleri, Rock Hoffman, and Al Zaffiri will be your host. What are the Eagles going to do into the season? Dr. Sean McMillan brings sports medical knowledge. Some SIxers talk when Al calls in from the Wells Fargo Center. Check them out on YouTube @ MrAlthompson111 (please subscribe) Comment along with us on YouTube or on Facebook. Also available on iTunes (Apple), Google Play, Stitcher.com, iHeart Radio, Spotify, Radio.com, and TuneIn immediately following the LIVE show. www.Footballstories.com
It's a special Beers with Bob/Sixers Pregame Show with Bob Cooney, Andrew Salciunas, and special guest Devon Givens! Grab your drinks and get excited for game 5 live from the Wells Fargo Center! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today on The Mike Missanelli Show, Mike is feeling very confident heading into tonight's Game 5 at the Wells Fargo Center. In case anyone is having any doubt, Mike has decided to wear his lucky Sixers' hat for today's show. He also has concern with another Bryce Harper injury, and fears that his body is breaking down despite being only 28 years old (0:00-42:42). Mike then brings up a sticky situation involving Andrew Salciunas of The Anthony Gargano Show. Devan Kaney brings you interesting news stories from the day including a cheating boyfriend's Turkish surprise, golfers getting in a fight over lost balls, and a Florida man accidently buying a town's water tower (42:42-1:27:02). Hall of Fame baseball writer Jayson Stark joins the show to discuss if we've seen the best of Bryce Harper in Philadelphia and gives us his thoughts on Tyler Glasnow's injury. Mike then goes to the phones to see how the city is feeling prior to Game 5 (1:27:02-2:07:29). Bob Cooney of Beers with Bob joins Mike from the Wells Fargo Center to preview Game 5. Mike then takes a few more phone calls and finishes out the show with Sound Off (2:07:29-2:47:57). See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Before the regularly scheduled chat with Dave Early, host Adio Royster took some time to address some of the continued negative nonsense surrounding All-Star point guard Ben Simmons. Should he have called out every sports media personality in town? Maybe not. Is it something he should be immune to by now? Also, probably not. Sometimes, he just likes to do his thing. That's Adio. Following his “declaring war” on Philadelphia sports media, Dave joins Adio to talk about Atlanta Hawks All-Star guard Trae Young and how he has several familiar tactics he likes to use on offense, what the Philadelphia 76ers have to expect, and how to counter those moves ahead of game two tonight at the Wells Fargo Center. Dave's column: https://www.libertyballers.com/2021/6/4/22518892/trae-young-has-a-hardenesque-arsenal-of-tricks-to-draw-fouls-with-sixers-must-learn-his-3-favorites Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Los Atlanta Hawks se llevan un primer partido loco en el Wells Fargo Center. Las malas decisiones de Doc Rivers hacen que los Sixers se descueguen del marcador en una primera parte para el olvido en la que solo hubo un equipo sobre la pista. No obstante, la garra del equipo (acompañada de varios ajustes) permitieron a Philadelphia meterse en el marcador y estuvieron a punto de llevarse un partido que pareció perdido en todo momento. ¿Cuál es el camino a partir de ahora?
The Philadelphia Phillies return to Citizens Bank Park after going 3-5 on their road trip to face the Washington Nationals. The Philadelphia 76ers won the series against the Washington Wizards with a 4-1 series victory. The guys will be discussing the highs & lows of the series. The Sixers will face the Atlanta Hawks on Sunday at 1 PM at the Wells Fargo Center. After having a slight tear in his meniscus the Philadelphia 76ers will be without Joel Embiid for at least the first couple of games. Could the Sixers win the series against the Atlanta Hawks without Joel Embiid? Finally, the guys will be joined by you the FAN! Send us a message on our social media accounts to join the show. Join the Discussion!!!
In this Locked on 76ers podcast, Keith Pompey says Joel Embiid looked good during a 20-minute workout before the Sixers' 129-112 Game 5 first-round series victory over the Washington Wizards at the Wells Fargo Center. Embiid's missed Wednesday's game with a small meniscus tear in his right knee. However, Pompey says the Sixers were impressive without him, having a balanced attack to clinch the series. Pompey also talks about how the Sixers match up against the Atlanta Hawks in the Eastern Conference semifinals. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this locked on 76ers podcast, Keith Pompey and guess Marc Narducci dissect the Sixers ' 120-95 Game 2 victory over the Washington Wizards at the Wells Fargo Center. They talk about Ben Simmons' big scoring night and the team's balance. Pompey and Narducci also discuss the fan being ejected for pouring popcorn on Russell Westbrook. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Today on The Anthony Gargano Show, Anthony is pumped for tonight’s Game 2 matchup against the Wizards. He is predicting a HUGE game from Joel Embiid and a convincing, blowout-win from our Sixers. Anthony also wants to know what a Sixers championship, this season, would mean to you as a fan. Former 76ers team president Pat Croce joins the show to discuss being tonight’s bell ringer and his memories from the 2001 Sixers’ season (0:00-46:55). Cuz and Choonis bring you today’s Morning Thoughts, which includes Anthony being bummed about this weekend’s weather forecast and Andrew telling the voice in his head to shut up. The show also discusses Wayne Gretzky leaving the Oilers franchise to join the new TNT NHL broadcast team (46:55-1:28:09). Anthony then takes a few phone calls focused mainly on the Sixers and Pat Croce. ESPN’s Kevin Negandhi joins the show to preview tonight’s Sixers/Wizards Game 2 at the Wells Fargo Center (1:28:09-2:12:11). The show then discusses the rumors surrounding Donald Trump, Robert Kraft, and Spygate. Anthony then takes a few more phone calls to finish out the show (2:12:11-2:53:13). See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this Locked on 76ers podcast, Keith Pompey dissects the Sixers' 125-118 victory over the Washington Wizards in Game 1 of the teams opening-round playoff series. Pompey talks about Tobias Harris and Joel Embiid combining to score 67 points Sunday night at the Wells Fargo Center. He also comments about Ben Simmons joining Hall of Famer Wilt Chamberlain as the only Sixers to finish with at least 15 rebounds and 15 assists in a playoff game. Pompey also talks about the great playoff atmosphere inside the Wells Fargo Center. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this episode, NBA MVP Finalist Joel Embiid joins Danny Green and Harrison Sanford as the Philadelphia 76ers get ready for the NBA Playoffs. Topics include: Bradley Beal and Russell Westbrook, Joel's bold comments in the media, Sam Hinkie, NBA Africa and his spending habits. Interview starts at 11:15 mark. The episode begins with Danny's comments on his personal improvement from last season with the Los Angeles Lakers, Tyrese Maxey and capacity being expanded at Wells Fargo Center. Part 2 of our interview with Joel Embiid will air in our episode at the end of Round 1. This episode features extended audio not found on NBC Sports Philadelphia or YouTube airings. Enjoy our content throughout the season on our YouTube channel. Be sure to follow the show on social media on Instagram @InsideGreenRoom and Twitter @GreenRoomInside. Follow Danny Green on Twitter and Instagram. Follow Harrison Sanford on Twitter and Instagram.
Philadelphia 76ers vs Phoenix Suns live stream reactions. Sixers: Ben Simmons & Joel Embiid vs Suns: Devin Booker, Chris Paul, and DeAndre Ayton. The Golden State Warriors (41-16) visit the Philadelphia 76ers (39-18) at Wells Fargo Center at 7:00 p.m.Sixers will be without Ben Simmons and Tobias Harris as the team continues to hold on to their lead in the Eastern Conference.
Philadelphia 76ers vs Golden State Warriors livestream reactions. Sixers: Ben Simmons & Joel Embiid vs Warriors: Steph Curry. The Golden State Warriors (28-29) visit the Philadelphia 76ers (39-17) at Wells Fargo Center at 7:30 p.m.The 76ers have won four in a row, including a 106-103 win over the Los Angeles Clippers last time out. Prior to that, Philly won 123-117 at home against the Brooklyn Nets, pushing past a pair of NBA title contenders. The Warriors won their first two games on the current five-game road trip before falling in the third contest to the Boston Celtics, 119-114.We also give our reactions to Philadelphia Phillies vs San Francisco Giants. The Phillies are currently 8-7, 2nd in the NL East & will be watching the Philadelphia return of former manager Gabe Kapler tonight.
Dr. Anthony Mazzarelli, Kevin O'Dowd, and the Cooper team fill in as Rich enjoys a well deserved day off. Maz starts the show breaking down the details of the Matt Gaetz scandal and how this could play out with the emerging details. Maz then moves on reacting to the new developments in the George Floyd case as the Derek Chauvin trail continues. Maz is then joined by 76ers President Chris Heck regarding attendance plans at the Wells Fargo Center. Finally Maz ends the show debating Major Biden's biting incidents, and Greg Stocker sends off producer Anthony as he leaves for Connecticut. Thanks for listening! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Philadelphia Flyers took a 1-0 lead over the Buffalo Sabres less than two minutes into Tuesday night's contest at the Wells Fargo Center thanks to James van Riemsdyk's eleventh tally of the year. Everything looked as it should, the perfect Get-Right Game coming off three losses in their last four games. Yet, somehow, Buffalo, a team that had either been shutout or held to two goals in six straight, lead 3-1 after 20 minutes. Carter Hart (3 goals against on 8 shots) gave way to Brian Elliott to start the middle frame, and the comeback was on. Kevin Hayes and Claude Giroux scored in the second period to ensure a 4-3 score through 40 minutes, and then Shayne Gostisbehere tied the game on the power play in the third ensuring a point. Sean Couturier should've ended the game with a breakaway in OT, but made up for that attempt by opening the shootout with a goal, followed shortly by a snipe from Nolan Patrick and a pair of saves by Brian Elliott to complete the comeback. Should they ever have been trialing? No. And we cover that. But it's hard to complain too much about a 33-20 shot advantage, and a 72-37 attempt advantage when they come away with the two points. Well, that the gist of it. For the analysis, check out the postgame. And download the Locker Room app. We're going to be using it at least weekly, whether for postgames or other content. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this week’s Flyperbole, Steve and Steph talk about the Philadelphia Flyers’ shutout wins over the Buffalo Sabres, disappointing loss to the Pittsburgh Penguins, Mattias Ekholm rumors, and fans returning to the Wells Fargo Center. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Kyle and Matt are back and the trade winds continue to blow in the Sixers direction. The guys discuss the possibility of Kyle Lowry and if he's actually the guy that makes the most sense for the all-in push. They also talk about fans being allowed at the Wells Fargo Center and Citizens Bank Park, Brandon Kintzler being a certified savage in the Phils bullpen, the Flyers defensive woes, and the Nike controversy. Follow Us! Twitter: @UndergroundPHI Kyle: @KBizzl311 Matt: @mattcastorina Richie: @Richieriv23 Website: undergroundsportsphiladelphia.com Watch LIVE: FB: facebook.com/UndergroundSportsPHI Twitch: twitch.tv/undergroundsportsPHI Instagram: @undergroundphi Merch & Apparel: NEW MERCH STORE COMING SOON tomahawkshades.com | Promo Code: "USP" for 25% off at checkout! manscaped.com | Promo Code: "USP" for 20% off AND free shipping statesidevodka.com | Promo Code: "USP" for 10% off the 1L Vodka Bottle (Must be 21+ to purchase. Please drink responsibly) Intro Music: Arkells "People's Champ" Outro Music: Arkells "People's Champ"
In this classic crusade message, Pastor Greg Laurie poses a pointed question to his audience: "What Do You Life For?" Pastor Greg declares, "It is our short time on earth—it is here that we determine where we will spend eternity." With a steady look at the apostle Paul's words in Philippians 1, this message challenges us to look to Heaven not only as our destination but our motivation and hope. If you would like to know more about a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, just go to KnowGod.org. This message was originally given at the Wachovia Center (now Wells Fargo Center) in Philadelphia, PA on October 3, 2008. The theme for this event was "Down-to-Earth Talk About Heaven." Greg Laurie has been the main speaker of the Harvest Crusades since their inception in 1990. In 2020, our very first "cinematic crusade," A Rush of Hope, had over four million viewers and saw over 20,000 people make professions of faith. You can now own a DVD copy of this digital outreach by going to harvest.org/donate. --- Learn more about Greg Laurie and Harvest Ministries at harvest.org. This podcast is supported by the generosity of our Harvest Partners. Support the show: https://harvest.org/donate/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.