The Sixers have received our derision all season, labeled as faceless losers. But, who are these guys really?
All day on a bus
Out to Washington D.C.
It rained all the way
Nine hours on a bus
A rare occurrence as I
Saw no basketball
Sadness, sure, but was
A nice break from everything
After a bit of a break, we were back with Saving the Skyhook Podcast #11.
I was joined by co-editor Matthew Hochberg, as well as staff writers Sam Kuperman, Michael Wesson and Matt Constas. We (though
After a week off, we were back with Saving the Skyhook Podcast #9. I was joined by staff writer Sam Kuperman (@samkoop) to talk about Allen Iverson and other favorite players from our youth's.
There comes a time in every person’s life where multiple paths are laid out and must be narrowed to one. For some, the traditional path is the one most obviously trodden; others may find themselves, as Robert Frost once did, on a road not taken.
In the Sloan Sports Analytics Conference panel “10,000 Hours vs. The Sports Gene,” authors Malcolm Gladwell and David Epstein debated myriad ways in which an athlete transitions from who they can be to the athlete they were meant to be.
Just informed now: Memphis has claimed Beno Udrih, Metta World Peace has CLEARED waivers and Danny Granger officially placed on waivers
— Marc Stein (@ESPNSteinLine) February 26, 2014
After being released
Last night myself and staff writer Sam Kuperman ran the two man game for Saving the Skyhook Podcast #8.
We kicked off the show discussing the Raymond Felton drama, then moved on to potential destinations
The usual crew wasn't able to make it last night, so I scrounged up some special guests to join the show. With me last night were Sean Highkin (@highkin) of USA Today and Eric Buenning (@ericbuenning)
Welcome back to Ask A Blogger, my interview series about the #bloglife and basketball with various bloggers. To see previous interviews, go here.
Today we are joined by Sean O'Connor of SB Nation's Philadelphia
BYRON MULLENS TO PHILLY FOR SO MANY THREES, because dreams do come true.