The Rights To Ricky Sanchez: The Sixers Podcast

We’ve come so far since the beginning of The Process, and we’ve come so far that Greg Monroe started a game in the playoffs for the Sixers in place of the team’s best player, and they won. Ben Simmons dominated, Tobias Harris exploded, Greg Monroe stood there, Jimmy Butler was steady, all while Joel Embiid sat on the bench. The Sixers lead 2-1.

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Good takes! What a difference a couple of days makes. Ben “From Here” Simmons came in motivated and aggressive, Joel Embiid was hurting but had a monster third quarter, JJ Redick actually made a few shots, Boban Marjanovich hit a few more, and James Ennis saved the season as we all expected him to do. And who coached the Sixers in the second half? The 76ers are once again the best team in the NBA.

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Well, we’re off to a suboptimal start. It wouldn’t be the Sixers if we didn’t start the playoffs with some ambiguity about the health of Joel Embiid and whether he’d be ready to play, some ambiguous comments from the owner about the coach, and equal parts confidence and fear that this is all going down in flames from all of us. Sixers lose to the Nets, It’s Ricky playoff time baby.

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The Sixers will face the Nets in the first round of the playoffs, and the second playoffs of the Rights To Ricky Sanchez era. We preview the series against the Nets, and if it’s an easier path than the Magic. We also look back on yet another crazy Sixers season, and discuss two possible bannings of respected members of the NBA media.

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The Sixers finally get back on the winning track, and are getting set for another playoff run. We look at alternate Sixers realities and if you’d feel more confident if fewer trades had been made this season. We also look back at the three year anniversary of the Hinkie resignation, Brett Brown’s multiple 50-win seasons, and some Zhaire, Shake and JaKarr Sampson discussion.

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The Sixers are sleep walking through the final couple of weeks of the season, can they flip the switch before the playoffs? We discuss whether the team has enough time together to come together for the playoffs, the final round of the Jigsaw Final Four, Around The League with Ish Smith takes us to MVP, Rookie Of The Year, and Warriors conversation, Bryan Colangelo Relationship Advice, and a very Process mailbag.

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The Sixers traveled to Minnesota to play the Timberwolves, and so did we. We discuss the game, Embiid's load management, our meetings with TJ, Rock, and Dario after the game, the chants, and some midwest weirdness. If you're new to the podcast, this one isn't normal for us. This was recorded in front of a live audience sitting on the floor cross legged in a hotel outside of a ballroom eating breakfast.

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If all of the Sixers were competing on the Bachelor, who would win? That’s the sort of stuff we tackle after Mike is concerned about the recent malaise, but Spike is not so worried. We discuss Joel Embiid’s dog Klaus saying the name, Zhaire and Shake, a potential Mike Scott tattoo at the Lottery Party, which non-Sixers Philadelphia athlete would be best on the Sixers, the growth of the podcast, how we met and started doing the podcast together, and what Sixers player would win the Hunger Games.

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We can’t muster up the energy to be angry about the loss to the Hawks, so we talk about the Boban three pointer, and the reasons why they were destined to lose it. We pivot quickly into some of Mike’s NBA related takes from the NCAA Tournament so far, a Jigsaw bracket, what would happen if Jimmy Butler’s name was Jiminy, and some proposed Zion Williamson trades if the Sixers ended up with the first overall pick. There’s also discussion of a new addition to the Mike Weber Memorial Banned List.

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Joel Embiid dominated, Jimmy Butler came through in the fourth quarter, and the Sixers beat the miserable, hate each other, hot seat coach having, Kyrie Irving hating, hate to see it, House Of Pain singing, Boston Celtics. We talk about Embiid and Butler’s performances, a surprise banning from our live shows, and Andrew Unterberger talks about which fans hate us the most. Let’s enjoy this one.

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