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Podcast: The State of Philadelphia Sports

April 28, 2022 | by RotoRob | Comments Comments Off on Podcast: The State of Philadelphia Sports
Tobias Harris looked good to begin the series for the Philadelpha 76ers.
Tobias Harris helped set the early tone for the Sixers, but slowed since. (Sports Illustrated)

RotoRob was asked to join the Sports Phanatics News Podcast news this week to talk all things Philadelphia-sports related with host Joe Borek. It was a lively discussion, filled with analysis about what’s going right, but (in typical Philly fashion) mostly what’s going wrong with the sports teams in the City of Brotherly Love.

Among the topics we covered were:

  • Why is James Harden shying away from being a scorer?
  • Has Toronto’s turnaround in this series been more about Philly’s offense slipping or the Raptors’ D stepping up?
  • Our early thoughts on this year’s Phillies.
  • Concerns about the bullpen.
  • Once Ranger Suarez starts throwing quality strikes again, he’ll be fine.
  • How surprised we are that Odubel Herrera is still with the Phillies.
  • How big a difference there’s been since the Flyers hired the Kings’ development staff and Daniel Briere.
  • The fact that Ryan Ellis wasn’t even in the Flyers’ team photo does not bode well.
  • How Sam Morin provided some energy to the Flyers last season before getting hurt yet again.
  • Some of the technical details the Flyers need to fix in their game to turn things around.
  • Can the team address its depth at the centre position?
  • For the sake of team ownership, General Manager Chuck Fletcher keeps calling it an “aggressive retool,” but all his moves keep saying “rebuild.”
  • How important it is to nail the draft this year.

You can listen to the full Podcast below.

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2021-22 NBA Wire Troll All-Star Team

April 17, 2022 | by RotoRob | Comments Comments Off on 2021-22 NBA Wire Troll All-Star Team
Milking the wire can provide value in many ways. Sometimes, it offers a temporary fix to an injury issue or it’s simply a case of jumping on a player delivering short-term value. But when you pick up a player and he sticks on your team for the entire season (or even the lion’s share) and contributes throughout, that is the true definition of waiver wire gold.
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The Wire Troll: Obi Toppin Taking Advantage of his Chance

March 26, 2022 | by RotoRob | Comments Comments Off on The Wire Troll: Obi Toppin Taking Advantage of his Chance
Yes, Howard’s PT is very inconsistent, but this game proved that he can still be useful when given the chance. His work on the defensive glass hasn’t been good lately and his bucket count is down this season, but if you had him active this week, you got your money’s worth with a vintage performance. Remember what kind of post moves Howard had when he came out of high school? Every now and then, he reminds us.
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The Wire Troll: Immanuel Quickley Killing It for Knicks

March 12, 2022 | by RotoRob | Comments Comments Off on The Wire Troll: Immanuel Quickley Killing It for Knicks
With Ingram sidelined at least a week, Snell was getting a chance to start, and while his efforts on Wednesday and Friday (no points or assists) were quite forgettable, he did play 31 minutes on Wednesday, and that got our attention in deeper formats. Snell isn’t jacking up as many three-pointers this month, so that’s something we’d like to see more of, but when he was starting in Portland, he did manage to contribute more offensively. At this point, consider Snell a short-term flier in very deep leagues.
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Interview: Henry Bibby

February 28, 2022 | by RotoRob | Comments Comments Off on Interview: Henry Bibby
To say this is a well-deserved honour seems like an understatement. The Franklinton, North Carolina-bred point guard helped lead UCLA to a three-peat in the early ’70s, becoming a first-team All-American while averaging 14.4 points as a collegian.
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