Marc Narducci has been covering sports for the Inquirer and Daily News since 1983. He has covered everything from South Jersey high schools to all the professional teams. Currently his main beat is Temple football and basketball. He also helps out on the pro beats and writes a weekly South Jersey high school column.

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Shake Milton joins Sixers teammate Joel Embiid in sharing his misgiving about the NBA’s return

“I don’t think we should be playing, but I think the NBA is doing all that they can to make the environment as safe as possible,” Milton said.

Sixers’ Joel Embiid apprehensive about playing during coronavirus pandemic but excited to compete for NBA title

Embiid spoke about his fears of going to Orlando. "I play video games and I am always home. I don’t do anything, but then again I don’t trust those other guys to do the same."

Nathaniel Boyd graduated high school with college credits and cancer-research experience

Whether it was working in cancer research, playing basketball or earning college credits, Boyd enjoyed a well-rounded and succcessful high school career.

Matisse Thybulle says Sixers teammate Tobias Harris inspired him to join Philadelphia protests

Thybulle, Tobias Harris and GM Elton Brand took part in the protests last month in Philadelphia.

DJ Johnny Looch’s nightly Periscope show has lifted listeners’ spirits - and his, too

Johnny Looch's music shows have proven to be entertaining during the pandemic.

Villanova sophomore has met a president and a Pope in her advocacy for Type 1 diabetes research. Her latest? Writing a best-selling book.

Morgan Panzirer had her book, "Actually, I Can: Growing Up with Type 1 Diabetes, A Story of Unexpected Empowerment," released on June 9.

Temple was in the lead all along for St. Joe Montvale S Christian Abraham

Abraham says he had 15 offers, but no teams recruited him as hard as Temple.

10 questions facing the Sixers as NBA returns in Orlando

Not surprisingly, one of the keys is Ben Simmons returning from injury at the same level he played before being sidelined.

Can the NBA make a safe return? An infectious disease expert weighs in | Off the Dribble

One medical official said the NBA's return could work, but expects to see some obstacles to overcome.

Central Bucks East RHP Nick Bitsko looks back at a milestone month

The biggest milestone was singing a $3 million bonus with the Tampa Bay Rays