The Rights To Ricky Sanchez: The Sixers (76ers) Podcast

Joel Embiid has a sprained shoulder and is out for who knows how long. Ben Simmons has a back injury that the Sixers are lying about. The Sixers lost on the road to the Cleveland fucking Cavaliers and nobody seemed to care except Kyle O’Quinn, who somehow is still on the team even though he asked to leave. But at least we figured out how the Sixers are so much better at home, and it has to do with electronic rims. We just need to do the process just two or three more times.” - Tony T

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Ben Simmons had a back injury but the Sixers let him play anyway, and now they not only lost a game to the Bucks but Simmons for likely an extended period of time. We discuss an organizational ethos that is to blame for repeated instances of carelessness with player injuries, what the ceiling of the team without Simmons is, the return of Bryan Colangelo Relationship Advice, and the Sixers’ decision to raise ticket prices substantially for a second consecutive year.

Flip The Switch, the replacement to the Lottery Party is April 11th at Underground Arts and on sale now at this location.

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The Sixers returned from the All-Star break and Joel Embiid answered the call with one of his most dominant nights of the season against the Brooklyn Nets. We discuss Embiid’s night, the impact of the two new Sixers, Josh Richardson and Tobias Harris’ underwhelming nights, and Al Horford’s place on the team. We also discuss Embiid and Simmons’ newfound love over the all-star break, the Sixers as the Thunder, and Horford as Foles.

Flip The Switch, the replacement to the Lottery Party is April 11th at Underground Arts and on sale at 10am on Friday 2/21 at this location. Don’t miss it! It all benefits The Providence Animal Center and Coded By Kids.

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The Lottery Party is dead. On April 11th, 2020 at Underground Arts, a new party rises from its ashes... Flip The Switch.

Presale is Thursday and only available for newsletter subscribers. All information is here at the website

All proceeds will benefit Coded By Kids and the Providence Animal Center

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While the Ricky is off for All-Star break, we're posting some of the older episodes you may have forgotten. Today's is from Thursday, July 2nd, 2015, reacting to Sam Hinkie's trade with the Kings that brought the Sixers two first round pick swaps, a first round pick, and Nik Stauskas. We are not responsible or any bad takes.

Save the date: 04/11/20 - if you subscribe to the newsletter you'll get everything FIRST. 

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The Sixers beat the Clippers convincingly, and we never doubted that this was possible. This entire season, we’ve all been very positive. Al Horford started the game on the bench, Furkan Korkmaz had the best zero point game ever, and the Sixers go into the All-Star break all smiles. We discuss how seriously you should take the Joel Embiid Instagram Jimmy Butler fiasco (Spike says pretty seriously), an amazing story of Process long distance love, why Philadelphia sports fans are so deranged, and much more.

April 11th, 2020, save the date.

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Furkan Korkmaz is the only player on the Sixers to score 30 points in consecutive games this year, which is amazing and a true joy, but is it enough to make the Sixers not so painful to watch? Hard to say. We talk about Joel Embiid’s game, with a line better than the eye test, their inability to find a way to make use of Al Horford, whether we’re going to want all of this time back when we’re on our death beds, buyout candidate Tyler Johnson, GRIII and Alec Burks taking five days to get to the team, and more.

April 11th, 2020, save the date.

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Another trade deadline passes, and the Sixers say hello to Glen Robinson III and Alec Burks, goodbye to James Ennis, Trey Burke and three second round picks, and then hello to a second round pick. Then they got their asses handed to them in Milwaukee. We discuss how the Sixers did at the deadline compared to the rest of the league, the horrible performance from the team and Embiid against the Bucks, Spike’s opinion about ownership, the comments from Horford and Embiid and the Josh Richardson-led team meeting, and whether all of this is our fault (it is). April 11th, save the date.

Read Sixers Adam’s trade deadline diary and review here.

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Given the situation currently, we felt like it was right for us to do an emergency podcast. We’ll be back Thursday after the trade deadline/Bucks game combo.

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After the Sixers loss in Boston to the Celtics, we discuss whether the team has the ability and personnel to be able to bring the kind of energy and execution needed to win a championship, why Joel Embiid looks as passive as he does, and whether anything can happen at the trade deadline to remedy it. We go into the SixersAdam Trade Machine to propose and debate three different potential Sixers trades. We talk about Matisse Thybulle’s exclusion from the Rising Stars game and his agent’s comments, a former NBA executive sort of saying the name, and if Zhaire Smith the player is worth more than his value on the open market.

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