Yesterday's Scores: Flyers 4, Blues 2; Nets 100, 76ers 91;
Today's Schedule: Pistons @ 76ers - 7 PM (CSN / 97.5 The Fanatic); Flyers @ Stars - 8:30 PM (TCN / 93.3 WMMR); Heat @ Pacers - 7 PM (ESPN); Red Wings @ Devils - 7 PM; Kings @ Penguins - 7 PM; Warriors @ Celtics - 7:30 PM; Richmond @ Illinois State (Division 1 Football Quarterfinal) - 7:30 PM (ESPN3); Charleston Southern @ Jacksonville State (Division 1 Football Quarterfinal) - 8 PM (ESPN2); North Dakota State @ North Dakota - 8:30 PM; Lakers @ Spurs - 9:30 PM (ESPN)
NCAAB: Ohio State @ UConn - Noon (CBS); Pepperdine @ Ball State - 1 PM (ESPN3); Marquette @ Wisconsin - 1:30 PM (ESPN2); Tennessee @ #18 Butler - 2:30 PM (FS1); Arizona State @ #5 Kentucky - 3:15 PM (ESPN); #25 Utah @ Wichita State - 3:30 PM (ESPN2); Saint Mary's @ California - 3:30 PM (PAC12); #3 North Carolina @ Texas - 5:15 PM (ESPN); Kansas State @ Texas A&M - 5:30 PM (SEC Network); #23 Cincinnati @ #12 Xavier - 5:30 PM (Fox); Florida @ #1 Michigan State - 6 PM (ESPN2); #24 Oregon @ Boise State - 7 PM (CBSSN); Chattanooga @ Dayton - 7 PM; Oregon State vs. #2 Kansas (from Kansas City) - 8 PM (ESPN2); BYU @ Colorado - 8 PM (PAC12); Minnesota vs. Oklahoma State - 8:30 PM (BTN); Northern Iowa @ New Mexico - 9 PM (ESPN3); UCLA @ #20 Gonzaga - 10 PM (ESPN2)
NBA: Celtics @ Hornets - 7 PM; Spurs @ Hawks - 8 PM (NBATV); Warriors @ Bucks - 8:30 PM
NHL: Panthers @ Bruins - 1 PM; Senators @ Canadiens - 7 PM; Capitals @ Lightning - 7 PM (NHL Network); Stars @ Blues - 8 PM
NCAAB: St. Joe's @ Temple - 4 PM (CBSSN); La Salle @ #9 Villanova - 5 PM (FS1); Syracuse @ St. John's - Noon (FS1); Rhode Island @ Nebraska - 2 PM (ESPN3); LSU @ Houston - 5:30 PM (ESPN2); Alabama vs. Clemson (from Greenville, SC) - 6 PM (ESPNU)
NBA: 76ers @ Raptors - 6 PM (CSN / 97.5 The Fanatic); Grizzlies @ Heat - 6 PM
NHL: Devils @ Islanders - 5 PM; Canucks @ Blackhawks - 7 PM (NHL Network)
DEMARCO MURRAY WANTS TO BE HERE, AND EVERYONE PRACTICES
Speaking of returns, Bennie Logan returned to practice and was a full participant along with Mathews. Everyone is healthy on the team.
FLYERS WIN IN St. LOUIS FOR THE FIRST TIME IN A DECADE, BEAT THE BLUES 4-2
SIXERS LOSE 4TH QUARTER LEAD TO NETS, LOSE A LEGEND, AND MIGHT LOSE THEIR OWNERS
The Sixers are also back in action tonight as they host the Detroit Pistons at home at 7 PM. (RECAP)
Second, 76er legend Dolph Schayes has passed away at the age of 87. A 12-time NBA All-Star, Schayes was with the team when they were the Syracuse Nationals and won an NBA Championship with the team in 1955. He was also named one of the NBA's 50 Greatest Players. (STATEMENT)
Finally, there's a report that Joshua Harris and David Blitzer want to sell the Sixers and become the owners of the first NFL team in London.
HEY WE STILL HAVE COLOR RUSH UNIS...
IOWA STATE's COURT RUSH WAS STUPID, AND IT MIGHT END COURT RUSHES
"NEW YORK'S NOT FOR EVERYONE" - ISAIAH THOMAS
TOM COUGHLIN'S VERY HAPPY THAT DALLAS WON ON MONDAY NIGHT
OHIO STATE DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR AND SOON-TO-BE RUTGERS HEAD COACH IS LOOKING FORWARD TO NEW JERSEY A LITTLE TOO SOON
GOALIE IN URUGUAY DECIDES "HEY, LET ME HAVE SOME FUN"; SCORES A GOAL
SPORTS ILLUSTRATED RELEASED IT'S SI 100, ALONG WITH TOP TWEETS AND VINES
FOUR-STAR RECRUIT HAS A NICE VIDEO OF WHERE'S HE GOING TO SCHOOL
BLINK-182 TO RELEASE A NEW ALBUM IN 2016, AND POTUS AND FLOTUS' FAVORITES SONGS AND THE TOP SONGS OF 2015
SOUTH PARK CAPTURES THE OUTRAGE AND THE P.C. ERA
REMEMBERING "THE LEAGUE"
TODAY IN HISTORY
- 1789: The University of North Carolina is chartered by the North Carolina General Assembly.
- 1816: Indiana becomes the 19th state in the United States.
- 1969: The Flyers decided to play a recording of Kate Smith's "God Bless America" instead of "The Star-Spangled Banner" before important games. The rest is history.
- 1978: The Lufthansa heist is committed by a group led by Lucchese family associate Jimmy Burke. It was the largest cash robbery ever committed on American soil, at that time. It also was a key plot element in the Martin Scorsese film Goodfellas.
- 2008: Bernie Madoff is arrested and charged with securities fraud in a $50 billion Ponzi scheme.
- John Kerry (72)
- Jermaine Jackson (61)
- Nikki Sixx (57)
- DJ Yella (48)
- Daniel Alfredsson (43)
- Mos Def (42)
- Rey Mysterio (41)
- Mark Streit (38)
- Joe Blanton (35)