In this week’s Philly’s Phinest, Kevin, Brian, and I discussed the Philadelphia Flyers, the team’s struggles, and how the recent acquisitions on defense will impact the team moving forward (Start-13:45). Next, we discussed the Philadelphia 76ers recent slide, why they have been struggling, the end of game situation with Andre Iguodala committing a foul with .01 seconds remaining against the Timberwolves in the loss (13:45-30:00). Then, we examined the NBA Atlantic Division picture, including the fate of the Sixers, Celtics, and Knicks, among other teams (32:20-43:55). Finally, we hit college basketball in the city of Philadelphia, including a preview of the remainder of the season for Drexel, Temple, St. Joseph’s, La Salle, Penn, and Villanova (43:55-Finish).
By Chris Pierangeli on February 21, 2012
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My name is Chris Pierangeli, and I began writing articles for the site in January of 2011. I am the co-host for the Bob Long Sports Radio Show and the co-host of Philly's Phinest. My coverage of sports has primarily been focused on the MLB, NHL, NFL, and Philadelphia Sports.