Sports Bash Saturday REWIND (May 24): Nerlens Noel Talks Sixers, Mike Bellotti On Chip Kelly, Ray Rice’s Lawyer Says He’d Buy His Daughters Ray Rice Jerseys
Here's what you missed on the Sports Bash Saturday with Matt Hammond on May 24:
-- Sixers got lucky in NBA Draft Lottery, but luck is only the icing on GM Sam Hinkie's plan, not the cake.
-- Phillies had opportunity after opportunity to start over, but they passed -- and are paying for it now.
Mike Bellotti, ESPN college football analyst
-- On induction into College Football Hall of Fame
-- Why Chip Kelly should be better in Year 2
-- Why Nick Foles should be better in Year 2
-- Why stockpiling Oregon players isn't a bad thing
-- Says Marcus Smith can be Dion Jordan for Eagles
-- Calls DeSean Jackson "once in a lifetime" player
-- Says Eagles can still be better without DeSean
-- Fan interest in Sixers goes to show Phillies, you can rebuild -- even in big markets.
-- Preseason over/under win total for Eagles tells you, Vegas can't figure out how Chip Kelly's offense will work this season. And if Vegas can't, opposing coordinators will struggle to.
-- Landon Donovan broke a golden workplace rule when he took a controversial 3 month sabbatical to Cambodia during World Cup qualifying: don't create strikes against yourself.
-- Did Jurgen Klinsmann explaining why he left Donovan off US Men's National Team's final 23-man roster make you feel better about it? No? So would a reason from Jeffrey Lurie, Howie Roseman, or Chip Kelly have made Eagles fans feel better about them releasing DeSean Jackson?