The Sixer Sense podcast is back Noah Levick of NBC Sports Philadelphia to talk about recent developments related to the Sixers. The original subject is the last game played by Philly in Indiana.
Lucas, Chris and Noah offer their assessment of what went wrong in the closing moments of a game where the Sixers were hoping to clinch the serial number. We dive into the positives of a tough road loss that saw several Sixers, like Joel Embiid, Shake Milton and Furkan Korkmaz, do not dress due to injury or illness.
The next topic revolves around news from several key players from other Eastern Conference teams. How does Jaylen Brown and Victor Oladipo’s absence affect a possible series against the 76ers? Will the Brooklyn stars be healthy enough to give the Sixers a complete challenge? We discuss these players and more in this segment.
Then the trio get into the big Wells Fargo news opening up to more fans. We anticipate how the Sixers will react to be full capacity in their home stadium during the playoffs. If the 76ers get the field advantage, that return to normal should benefit Philadelphia.
The Sixer Sense podcast then jumps into some interesting stats the team produced last season. We look at almost every category of teams when it comes to score, defense, turnovers and more. More importantly, we analyze what these stats could mean when it comes to the playoffs.
The last topic is part of a poll we posted on social media. We asked fans who they think had better careers, Russell Westbrook or Allen Iverson. The responses from podcast members might surprise you. Listen to find out!
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