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Hawks Rally From 26 Points Down, Stun 76ers in Game 5
Trae Young and the Atlanta Hawks pulled off a playoff comeback for the ages against the Philadelphia 76ers to move within a victory of the Eastern Conference Finals.
Sixers Heading to Round 2 After Convincing Win Over Wizards
Atlanta awaits after beating New York in Game 5 later Wednesday. Game 1 is Sunday in Philadelphia.
Harper Eager to End Phillies’ Postseason Drought
Bryce Harper says it’s time to end the team’s nine-year absence from postseason baseball.
John Chaney, 89, Temple’s Commanding Basketball Coach, Dies
John Chaney, one of the nation’s leading basketball coaches and a commanding figure during a Hall of Fame career at Temple, died Friday. He was 89.
AP Source: Wentz Needs Time to Think About Future in Philly
A person familiar with the situation told The Associated Press on Tuesday Carson Wentz needs time away to think about his future with the Philadelphia Eagles.
Eagles Face Difficult Decision Regarding Carson Wentz
The Philadelphia Eagles enter the offseason facing a major question they didn’t expect to have to answer this quickly.
Pederson Defends Decision to Bench Hurts in Eagles’ Loss
Coach Doug Pederson benched Jalen Hurts for Nate Sudfeld in the fourth quarter of a 20-14 loss to Washington on Sunday night.
Eagles Lose Season Finale, will Pick No. 6 in Draft
The loss gave the Eagles the sixth pick in the NFL draft. It’ll be Philadelphia’s fifth top-10 pick since 1999.
Doug Pederson Confident he’ll Return in 2021
The Philadelphia Eagles aren’t going to the playoffs for the first time since Doug Pederson’s first season as coach in 2016 and he’s confident he’ll stick around to get them back to the postseason.
From Process to Pension, Embiid wants Career as 76ers Lifer
Joel Embiid kept his personal transaction wire humming in the shortened offseason with the additions of a personal chef, nutritionist, physical therapist and massage therapist to help shape the 6-foot-11 center into MVP form.