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Friday, April 16, 2010

Comcast Shareholders Must Protest

And if you're a basketball fan, doubly so.

What does Ed Snider know about basketball?

And what, perchance, does he know about hockey anymore?

Look, he put the Flyers on the map 40 years ago and the Broad Street Bullies were magical in the early-to-mid 1970's. But despite the Flyers' having spent a lot of money on talent since 1975, they haven't won a Stanley Cup in 35 years.

As for the 76ers, he didn't know anything about basketball to start with. So why does a public company, Comcast, have him making all the key decisions?

It really doesn't make any sense.

Yes, the 76ers fired the coach, and they may fire the general manager, but they also should fire the head honcho.

Before it gets too ridiculous.


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