Brandon Apter has been a contributor to SportsTalkPhilly.com since 2014 and writes about the Sixers and Phillies for 97.3 ESPN. A Philadelphia native, Brandon graduated from Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania in 2009. After working in Minor League Baseball for nine seasons, Brandon currently does Marketing & Social Media for Kennesaw State University in Georgia.
LeBron praises Simmons, Embiid on Instagram
14-time All-Star LeBron James took to Instagram after Thursday's game to show some love to the Sixers young duo.
Ben Simmons earns third Rookie of the Month award
Ben Simmons was named Eastern Conference Rookie of the Month for the third time this season.
Sixers waive Booker, making room for Ilyasova signing
The Sixers waived Trevor Booker on Wednesday, making room for forward Ersan Ilyasova to sign with the team for the remainder of the season.
Ilyasova reportedly eyeing return to Sixers after buyout
Ersan Ilyasova plans to move towards finalizing an agreement with the Sixers after his buyout with the Hawks is complete.
Belinelli sparks Sixers big comeback
Marco Belinelli made his presence known during his Sixers debut Wednesday, scoring 11 points in the final quarter to spark the team's 24-point comeback.
Joel Embiid Earns Second Player of the Week Award
Sixers big man Joel Embiid was named Eastern Conference Player of the Week for the second time this season on Monday.
[PODCAST] Apter Hours – Super Bowl Reflection
Mike Gill and Brandon Apter of 97.3 ESPN reflect on the Eagles' first ever Super Bowl victory on the one week anniversary of their 41-33 win over the Patriots.
JJ Redick ‘annoyed’ at media’s obsession over Fultz’s shot
Sixers shooting guard JJ Redick was clearly frustrated at the questions he fielded during Friday's media availability.
Sixers reportedly expressing interest in Lou Williams
The Sixers have expressed interest in Clippers guard Lou Williams, according to a report.
Turnovers plague Sixers in ‘immature loss’ to Grizzlies
The Sixers suffered a disappointing loss on Monday due to a turnover frenzy in the fourth quarter.