DVR Alert: Lavvy Fishes Tonight on Charlie Moore Show

DVR Alert: Lavvy Fishes Tonight on Charlie Moore Show

Just a quick reminder that Flyers coach Peter Laviolette will be featured on the NBC Network fishing show "Charlie Moore, No Offense" tonight at 6:30, just prior to the team's game against the Detroit Red Wings. It re-airs at 11pm, and again this Thursday night at 9pm.

Here's a summary of what can be expected:

As Charlie Moore revels in the Boston Bruins' Stanley Cup
afterglow,  the time is right to hit the lake with Philadelphia
Flyers Head Coach Peter Laviolette, the very coach who's team bounced his
beloved Bruins from the playoffs just the year before. And what better way to
get to know Coach Laviolette than hang out with him in the middle of a family
reunion? Declaring himself a long-lost cousin, Mad Fish crashes the Laviolette
party to "borrow" Peter for a spell. They'll bag some bass, talk NHL
hockey, and head back to hang out with the family amidst plenty of food and
drink. We'll hear from Peter's family about his fishing background and his
career as a successful NHL hockey coach.

And don't worry, Charlie didn't come
empty handed! He's brought his wife's famous steak tips and plenty of cigars
for the whole Laviolette crew. The fun continues when Charlie heads to Philly
to take in all that the City of Brotherly Love has to offer. Mad Fish will be
tempted by that sinful staple of PA cuisine - the Philly Cheesesteak. He'll hit
up a swanky cigar bar. And he'll check out a local club where Peter's niece and
her band just happen to be performing. This episode's truly got something for
everyone. Don't miss it...only on NBC Sports Network!

I'm not familiar with the program, but after seeing Lavvy steal the show on 24/7, I'll probably tune in. Woulda been cool if he was in a boat with a Flyers fan though, like Dean Ween...

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NBC Sports Philadelphia Internship - Advertising/Sales

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NBC Sports Philadelphia Internship - Advertising/Sales

Position Title: Intern
Department: Advertising/Sales
Company: NBC Sports Philadelphia
# of hours / week: 10 – 20 hours

Deadline: November 20

Basic Function

This position will work closely with the Vice President of Sales in generating revenue through commercial advertisements and sponsorship sales. The intern will gain first-hand sales experience through working with Sales Assistants and AEs on pitches, sales-calls and recapping material.

Duties and Responsibilities

• Assist Account Executive on preparation of Sales Presentations
• Cultivate new account leads for local sales
• Track sponsorships in specified programs
• Assist as point of contact with sponsors on game night set up and pre-game hospitality elements.
• Assist with collection of all proof of performance materials.
• Perform Competitive Network Analysis
• Update Customer database
• Other various projects as assigned

Requirements

1. Good oral and written communication skills.
2. Knowledge of sports.
3. Ability to work non-traditional hours, weekends & holidays
4. Ability to work in a fast-paced, high-pressure environment
5. Must be 19 years of age or older
6. Must be a student in pursuit of an Associate, Bachelor, Master or Juris Doctor degree
7. Must have unrestricted authorization to work in the US
8. Must have sophomore standing or above
9. Must have a 3.0 GPA

Interested students should apply here and specify they're interested in the ad/sales internship.

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Winless Suns fire head coach Earl Watson

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Winless Suns fire head coach Earl Watson

PHOENIX — The Phoenix Suns have fired coach Earl Watson just three games in to the NBA season.

The Suns announced the firing Sunday night after hours of meetings at the team's headquarters.

Assistant coach Jay Triano, a former head coach of the Toronto Raptors, was named interim coach. Triano was an assistant at Portland before coming to Phoenix last year.

Watson was promoted from assistant to interim coach of the Suns after Jeff Hornacek was fired Feb. 1, 2016. The interim tag was removed on April 19 of that year. With an extremely young team, the Suns struggled under Watson. He compiled a 33-85 record. Watson's only full season was 2016-17, when the team went 24-58.

The 38-year-old Watson played collegiately at UCLA and in the NBA for 10 seasons. He often spoke of his long talks with John Wooden, emphasized togetherness and a family atmosphere to nurture the young squad but wins were hard to come by.

And owner Robert Sarver apparently didn't like what he saw. Phoenix is 0-3 and two of the losses were especially ugly. The Suns were blown out 124-76 by the Portland in their season opener Wednesday night, the most one-sided loss in franchise history and the most one-sided season opener for any NBA team.

Phoenix was routed by the Clippers in Los Angeles 130-88 on Saturday night.

"I Dont wanna be here," point guard Eric Bledsoe tweeted Sunday, just as the news of Watson's firing surfaced. The tweet by Bledsoe, a former Clipper, was followed by one from the Clippers' DeAndre Jordan saying "Come back home bro."

Bledsoe has been rumored in possible trades for months.

Watson's dismissal is the first NBA coaching change in well over a year. Hornacek's hiring by the New York Knicks, which was finalized in June 2016, had been the most recent change -- and the irony there is that Watson got the job in Phoenix with 33 games left in the 2015-16 season, after the Suns fired Hornacek.

Watson was the league's second-youngest active coach behind the Lakers' Luke Walton, and the Suns were tied with the Chicago Bulls as having the youngest opening-night roster in the NBA this season.

"I'd like to see the fight be a little bit more," Watson said after the blowout loss to the Clippers. "Or a lot more, until you know they're just fatigued."

The Suns came into this season with only four losses by 40 or more points in franchise history. They've had two in the first three games of this season. Phoenix has not made the playoffs in seven years, the longest drought in the franchise's 49-year history.

Watson was the 17th Suns coach in the franchise's history.

This was the first NBA season where every coach who started one year had the same job to begin the next.

Less than a week into 2017-18, that's no longer the case.