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Liberty Links: The Eagles are taking medical cues from the Sixers

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Maybe not the best idea!

NFL: Combine Trevor Ruszkowski-USA TODAY Sports

Happy Friday, everybody! Apparently the Eagles decided to follow in the footsteps of the Eagles, which is either great or terrifying depending on how you look at it.

James Harden's disappearing act has everyone, including Popovich, baffled — Matt Moore, CBS Sports

Harden said after the game he had no rhythm, but there comes a time when you have to dictate that rhythm. The game is not always going to come to you, even if you're one of the best in the world. The Spurs are moving on because they did not let the game come to them. They went to the game. Without their best player, they ripped the game from the Rockets' hands, stuffed them into a trunk, and drop kicked them into the ocean that is offseason regret.

Eagles taking cues from Sixers with injured Sidney Jones — Dave Zangaro, CSN Philly

I presume this doesn’t mean lying to their fans about his return date and/or putting him on the field before the injury has been addressed.

Magic Johnson is not a good poker player

Not exactly the strongest bluffer.

Kendrick Lamar is a fitting man to send off Paul Pierce

James Harden's biggest strength is also his biggest weakness — Zito Madu, SB Nation

Rather than displaying his offensive talents and exiling the Spurs into despair, Harden constantly looked up towards the ceiling and shook his head in disbelief as he walked back towards the Rockets’ half of the court. He was surely annoyed with his teammates, but Harden himself was at fault. He thought himself into paralysis.

Even the fake Nets think Billy King is a joke

I died a little bit inside at this bit:

“You can either have Mario Hezonja, or this horse.”

“Well, what does Mario do?”

“He scores three points a game.”

One NBA team asked a draft prospect how he'd prefer to die — Henry Bushnell, Ball Don’t Lie

For the record, if I had a choice, take me out in my sleep. I’d rather not see it coming or have to suffer through it.