Rob Tornoe is an Inquirer.com editor and covers sports and national media. He also draws sports cartoons.

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The NHL Draft continues Saturday. Here's how to watch and when the Flyers will pick.

Not only does the NHL draft draw more viewers than the MLB draft, some first round picks can actually make an instant impact in the league.

Bill Simmons not happy about the Celtics trading Matisse Thybulle to the Sixers

“I don’t know what the hell is going on with this team,” Simmons said on his podcast following the NBA draft.

ESPN star and his ex-protege tipped NBA draft picks all night, but there was one whiff

Wojnarowski broke the news that the Sixers would be trading up four spots to the No. 20 pick to select Washington standout Mattise Thybulle.

What time will the Sixers pick in the NBA draft tonight?

During the first round, each NBA team has five minutes to make its pick, but not every team will take that long to make the selection.

Phillies fans will have to use YouTube to watch an upcoming game

Phillies fans were forced to watch several games on Facebook last season. Next month, they’ll have to turn to YouTube.

Eagles Spanish broadcaster embroiled in lawsuit with former business partner

The Spanish language-version of the Eagles broadcast went viral last season after a playoff win over the Bears.

Missanelli calls the Eagles' practice decision 'sneaky.' The reaction among fans was mixed.

“To me, as a fan, I feel like I got spit in the face, honestly. And I’m not trying to be overly dramatic," said 97.5 The Fanatic producer and host Jamie lynch.

ESPN calls LaVar Ball's crude comment to ESPN co-host 'completely inappropriate'

“Let’s say focused here,” a surprised Molly Qerim shot back a LaVar Ball as Stephen A. Smith smirked.

Netflix star Marie Kondo stole my folding method, claims celebrity organizer

“When I first saw Marie demonstrate my fold on TV as her own, it was so upsetting. I felt like somebody had stolen my baby.”

Lineups set for first Democratic presidential debate

MSNBC host Rachel Maddow will be among the moderators of the first Democratic primary debate, which will air across two nights NBC at the end of June.