Like many others, I’ve been frustrated with the 76ers this season. How could you not? It’s a strange juxtaposition. They’re nearly unbeatable at home. And they’re the 2007 Bobcats on the road. They’ve had their fair share of injuries, but that doesn’t explain their poor road play. In fact, Philadelphia has only one fewer win
There’s something enigmatic about BoJack Horseman. It’s over now. Six seasons have come and gone. It’s time to reflect on an iconic animated show about a famous, habitually depressed and alcoholic horse. One of the more applicable, conscientiously realistic shows I’ve watched, BoJack Horseman illustrates human emotion brilliantly. How we feel and how we react
As a year ends, I normally share my favorite movies of that given year on this here website. It’s a fun yet grueling and tedious exercise. With the Academy Awards airing earlier in 2020, I figured I’d take the extra time to watch the movies I failed to see during 2019 before publishing this list.
I don’t care to figure out how much money I spent watching movies during the 2010s. It began junior year of high school with Shutter Island and Hot Tub Time Machine, stretching into that summer with Toy Story 3 and Inception. As fervent Buzz, Woody, Rex and Mr. Potato Head fanatics, my friends and I
Earlier this month, I stopped by the library like I’ve done plenty of times before. I find solace in the library’s stillness. I don’t spend a bulk of my free time there or anything. At least once a week, however, I find myself there. Either checking out a book, renewing one to maintain a literary
It’s been a long time since 2013. Well, in the grand scheme of human history it hasn’t been that long. But relating to the Philadelphia 76ers, 2013 might as well have been centuries ago. The losses, the commotion, the punches thrown, the diets, the Twitter handles, the lack of shooting, the broken bones, the list
The day I turned 25 the Philadelphia 76ers traded for the first pick in the 2017 NBA Draft. It felt too good to be true. Ben Simmons would begin his rookie season months from then. Joel Embiid would be healthy after dominating his first 31 games, too. Philadelphia needed a third young stud to pair
It’s a trade that seemingly came out of nowhere. Reports afterwards indicated that for months Philadelphia had been enamored with Tobias Harris. At 26, Harris fits in line with Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid. His skillset as an efficient, medium-volume shooter should complement Simmons, Embiid and Jimmy Butler perfectly. Here’s a 6-9 wing who doesn’t
It’s assumed the Saints will beat the Eagles handedly Sunday afternoon. It’s a home game in the dome. Drew Brees lit up Philadelphia’s secondary with ease not even two months ago. New Orleans has been rolling all season. Alvin Kamara said the New Orleans would have “beaten the shit out of the Eagles” if they
I planned to post this list before the new year began, but I unexpectedly had off the entire week between Christmas and New Year’s, and I took advantage by refusing to open up my laptop for days.