Now is a good time of year to reflect on how the four main Philly sports teams are continuing to build their franchises. Some have seen more success than others. This week, we’ll grade each team on how they’re rebuilding and restructuring in the hopes of making it to the postseason and beyond in the future.
But first, we discussed the aftermath of the Sixers losing to the Raptors in the second-round of the NBA playoffs and what it means for Brett Brown and the team overall moving forward. (3:50)
Then we talked about Eagles losing their pro scouting director to the Raiders, and whether we should be concerned with front office personnel being poached. (20:30)
We then got into the kind of season Bryce Harper is having. Is it good, or not really? (26:50)
This week on the Highbrow Segment, we asked the question; does offense now dominate and rule over defense in the sports world? And if so, why? (34:25)
Then on the Lowbrow Segment, we gave our hottest takes we know will infuriate people, yet we know in our hearts they’re 100% correct. (45:45)
What we’re throwing down on the Table this week is an examination of the Eagles, Phillies, Flyers, and Sixers as they continue to build their franchises in-season and during their offseasons. What can we expect from these teams in the future as we gave out our grades this week? (56:45)