I'm Mike Gill and I serve as the stations brand manager. I also host 'Sports Bash with Mike Gill'. I am a local product of South Jersey and have been a familiar voice since 2001. I have covered numerous big events including the World Series, Super Bowl, NBA playoffs, and the Stanley Cup Finals. The 2001 West Virginia University graduate brings you some of the top interviews each and everyday on the Sports Bash.
CFFC Brings MMA Fights Back to Atlantic City
Cage Fury Fighting Championships, one of the top regional MMA promotions, is bringing a stacked card to Hard Rock this Saturday Night.
New Atlantic City Arena Football Team Schedule Announced
The 2019 schedule is out and now we can plan the nights we get to support the yet-to-be-named franchise.
[VIDEO] Ben Simmons Shoots a 3-Pointer vs Lakers
In his 136th career NBA game, Ben Simmons pulled up from 24-feet and shot a 3-point shot.
Magic Johnson: Ben Simmons Reached Out to Workout This Summer
Today Lakers team president Magic Johnson made some interesting comments, in regards to Sixers second-year guard Ben Simmons.
ESPN’s Pelton: Sixers Get Mixed Reviews for Three Trades
ESPN.com NBA insider Kevin Pelton joined the Sports Bash to grade the SIxers three trades before the deadline.
How to Bet: Examining the Main Sports Betting Terms and Markets
Mike Gill takes a look at how you might do just that across the most popular betting markets on Resortscasino.com, unpacking some key terminology as he goes along
Tuesday with Thompson: Carter Hart, Phillies Wall of Fame
In this weeks edition of "Tuesday with Thompson" the guys talk about Carter Hart, the Phillies Wall of Fame candidates and more.
Sources: Sixers not Ready to Move on from Fultz
Sixers fans haven't heard much from, or about guard Markelle Fultz in recent weeks, but don't expect the second-year guard to be moved at Thursday's NBA trade deadline.
Report: Sixers Offer Pair of Picks for Nikola Mirotic
Sixers coach Brett Brown acknowledged today before his team hosts the Toronto Raptors, that his team needs more veterans to make a deep playoff run.
Sixers Allow Corey Brewer’s 10-Day Contract to Expire
Corey Brewer's second 10-day contract with the 76ers has expired and they will not be signing him for the remainder of the season, making him a free agent.