1. MLB Rumors: 10 Pitchers the Philadelphia Phillies Will Court To Fix the Bullpen

    The Philadelphia Phillies are a great team with very little flaws. After losing to the San Francisco Giants in the 2010 NLCS, Phillies fans were devastated on what happened...

    Michael  Fogliano Written by Michael Fogliano about almost 4 years ago 8,582 reads 8 comments

  2. Andre Iguodala Trade Rumors: Will Philadelphia 76ers' Cold Start Speed a Trade?

    We are now officially 20 games into the 2010 NBA season and the Philadelphia 76ers have started off with a dreadful 6-14 record. We had three games in the bag that we completely blew the lead within two minutes of play...

    Michael  Fogliano Written by Michael Fogliano about almost 4 years ago 2,458 reads 3 comments

  3. Jodie Meeks Shines Once Again: What Does This Mean For Evan Turner?

    Last night, the Philadelphia 76ers bounced back from a disappointing loss to the Atlanta Hawks by defeating the Charlotte Bobcats, 109-91. A key player in this victory was definitely shooting guard Jodie Meeks...

    Michael  Fogliano Written by Michael Fogliano about almost 4 years ago 1,374 reads 2 comments

  4. Philadelphia 76ers-Miami Heat: Sixers Drop 13th Game of the Season, 99-90

    Last night the Philadelphia 76ers faced the challenge of the Miami Trio for the second time this year. In their first meeting, the Heat defeated the Sixers 97-87 in the season opener...

    Michael  Fogliano Written by Michael Fogliano about almost 4 years ago 187 reads 1 comments

  5. Evan Turner: 10 Things We've Learned about the Philadelphia 76ers Rookie

    May 18, 2010 was the night of the 2010 NBA lottery. Representing the Sixers was point guard Jrue Holiday. We didn't expect much since the chances of us getting a high pick were slim...

    Michael  Fogliano Written by Michael Fogliano about almost 4 years ago 5,774 reads 17 comments

  6. Andre Iguodala: Is He For Better or For Worse?

    Andre Iguodala has been the best player for the Sixers for a few years now. He has been appreciated, but now the Philadelphia fan criticism is starting to erupt. Questions are stirring and insults are flying through the air...

    Michael  Fogliano Written by Michael Fogliano about almost 4 years ago 532 reads 8 comments

  7. Philadelphia 76ers: The Record Does Not Match the Effort

    The Sixers are nine games into the 2010 NBA season and have started out with a record of 2-7. The average fan takes a glance at our record and they quickly panic and criticize our seven losses...

    Michael  Fogliano Written by Michael Fogliano about almost 4 years ago 941 reads 9 comments

  8. Philadelphia 76er Andre Iguodala Strains His Achilles Tendon Against the Cavs

    Last night the Sixers lost their fifth game of the season to the Cleveland Cavaliers , 123-116. In a game against the Indiana Pacers earlier this week, all the chatter was surrounded over Doug Collins...

    Michael  Fogliano Written by Michael Fogliano about almost 4 years ago 389 reads 3 comments

  9. Philadelphia 76ers-Cleveland Cavaliers: Andre Iguodala Goes Down in 76ers Loss

    Last night the Philadelphia 76ers recorded their fifth loss of the season to the Cleveland Cavaliers, 123-116. In the first half, the Sixers trailed by 19 at one point. They just looked horrible...

    Michael  Fogliano Written by Michael Fogliano about almost 4 years ago 261 reads 1 comments

  10. Philadelphia 76ers: A Rebuilding Solution for the Struggling Franchise

    We go through the same thing every year and speaking on behalf of all of the Sixers fan base, we are tired of it. We have been trying to attempt a stage of rebuilding for almost five years now and we have yet to succeed...

    Michael  Fogliano Written by Michael Fogliano about almost 4 years ago 2,077 reads 52 comments

  11. Philadelphia 76ers-Atlanta Hawks: Andre Iguodala Shines as 76ers Improve

    Friday night the Philadelphia 76ers lost their second straight game to the Atlanta Hawks 104-101. Although they have dropped the past two games, neither were expected wins...

    Michael  Fogliano Written by Michael Fogliano about almost 4 years ago 512 reads 4 comments

  12. Philadelphia 76ers vs. Miami Heat: What We Learned from the Season Opener

    On Wednesday night, the Sixers lost their season opener to the Miami Heat 97-87. Although this was the expected outcome, the Sixers put up a great fight and could have won the game...

    Michael  Fogliano Written by Michael Fogliano about almost 4 years ago 788 reads 6 comments

  13. Philadelphia 76ers Vs. Miami Heat Live Blog: Lebron James Stats and Analysis

    Welcome NBA lovers, Miami Heat band wagoners, and Philadelphia 76ers hopeless fans! Featured Columnist Michael Fogliano here, live blogging the 76ers -Heat game as we get ...

    Michael  Fogliano Written by Michael Fogliano about almost 4 years ago 1,825 reads 46 comments

  14. NLCS 2010: An Underdog Story Tells Us Why We Play The Games

    Last night the season of the beloved Phillies came to an end when the San Francisco Giants defeated the favored Phillies in Game 6 of the NLCS...

    Michael  Fogliano Written by Michael Fogliano about 4 years ago 1,827 reads 16 comments

  15. Carmelo Anthony: 10 Reasons Why The Philadelphia 76ers Need To Sign Him ASAP

    Hey, Philadelphia 76ers! Carmelo Anthony has been on the trading block, and guess what? He's not here yet. This is a problem that must be solved. There are too many good reasons to sign the All-Star small forward, that cannot possibly be ignored..

    Michael  Fogliano Written by Michael Fogliano about 4 years ago 2,130 reads 42 comments

  16. NLCS 2010: There's No Need To Panic About The Phightin' Phils

    We panicked every year that they wouldn't win the division, but they did. We panicked during their July slump, but they overcame this by having a hot August and September. Who were they? The Philadelphia Phillies ...

    Michael  Fogliano Written by Michael Fogliano about 4 years ago 586 reads 6 comments

  17. Can Evan Turner and Andre Iguodala Play Well Together?

    A No. 2 overall pick and a really athletic small forward: Evan Turner and Andre Iguodala. These two people I name you are players with similar approaches to the game...

    Michael  Fogliano Written by Michael Fogliano about 4 years ago 875 reads 4 comments

  18. The NBA's New Era of the Point Guard: Ranking the Top 10 Point Guards

    The NBA is infested with a wide range of talent. Some people think the NBA is filled with the most talent it has ever had. We can all come to a conclusion that the peak of talent this year is by far the point guard position...

    Michael  Fogliano Written by Michael Fogliano about 4 years ago 10,610 reads 101 comments

  19. Carmelo Anthony to the Nets? Why Carmelo Should Join the Sixers

    It has recently been reported that Carmelo Anthony, All-Star small forward, has been a major trade asset in a four-way deal involving the Denver Nuggets, New Jersey Nets, Utah Jazz, ...

    Michael  Fogliano Written by Michael Fogliano about 4 years ago 3,009 reads 50 comments

  20. The Michael Vick Era: Andy Reid's Plan From The Start

    We all saw the breaking news on ESPN. As Philadelphia fans, we got excited and couldn't wait to see Michael Vick take off on the field and we wanted the change of pace...

    Michael  Fogliano Written by Michael Fogliano about 4 years ago 1,219 reads 6 comments

  21. Allen Iverson: The Greatest Little Big Man of All-Time

    He's barely six feet tall and had led the Philadelphia 76ers to the playoffs six years in a row and the NBA Finals in 2001. This No. 1 overall draft pick, out of Georgetown is one of the greatest scorers of all time...

    Michael  Fogliano Written by Michael Fogliano about 4 years ago 569 reads 105 comments

  22. Cole Hamels Pitching Elite After the All Star Break

    In the beginning of the season we all witnessed some shaky and inconsistent outings from our former 2008 World Series MVP, Cole Hamels. We panicked, thought of the worst, and thought he would never be back to his old self...

    Michael  Fogliano Written by Michael Fogliano about 4 years ago 754 reads 2 comments

  23. Roy Halladay: The True Cy Young Award Candidate

    The 2010 baseball season has clearly been the year of the pitcher. Six no-hitters, three perfect games (I'm including Armando Galarraga's), fifteen no hit bids broken up in the seventh, and four no hit bids broken up within the 8th inning or later...

    Michael  Fogliano Written by Michael Fogliano about 4 years ago 1,579 reads 30 comments

  24. Donovan McNabb: The Most Unappreciated Player in Philadelphia

    It's always hard to play in a city where the fans are always brutal, especially this one. One bad play and you get hammered by radio stations, journalists, and just about every fan...

    Michael  Fogliano Written by Michael Fogliano about 4 years ago 988 reads 34 comments