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Danny Pommells and Paul Hudrick of NBC Sports Philadelphia are excited to introduce Sixers Talk. A brand new Sixers podcast on NBC Sports Philadelphia!
On this inaugural episode of Sixers Talk, Danny Pommells and Paul Hudrick react to Thursday night's tough loss to the Bucks. Embiid was dominant in his return but Ben Simmons wasn't good enough. Playoff preview? Also, how much blame is fair to put on Brett Brown?
Danny Pommells and Paul Hudrick attempt to figure out what is going on with Joel Embiid's health? Big deal? Little deal? Or no deal? The guys take a look at the Nets series. Also, what makes a successful playoff run for the Sixers?
Danny Pommells and Paul Hudrick react to a disappointing game 1 loss to the Nets. Simmons came up small again and criticized the fans afterwards. How did Embiid look? Redick and Harris were zeroes. Also, what to make of Amir's cell phone.
Danny Pommells and Paul Hudrick give an update on their feelings 24 hours after the game one disappointment. The guys look ahead to game two. What are the basic things that need to change? What are the bigger changes Brett Brown and the Sixers should consider? Too early to think about a starting lineup change? Also, Ben Simmons reacts to the reaction about his fan comment after game one.
Danny Pommells and Paul Hudrick react to the Sixers' convincing game two victory to even up round one at 1-1. Ben Simmons comes up big going for a triple-double. Does this performance ease some of the doubts everyone felt after game one?
Danny Pommells and Paul Hudrick react to the New York Daily News report on Sixers' dysfunction. How believable is the story? The guys preview a pivotal game three. Should the Sixers embrace being the villain?
Danny Pommells and Paul Hudrick react to the Sixers winning game three in Brooklyn convincingly without Joel Embiid. If Embiid's knee continues to be a problem throughout the playoffs, does that limit the team's upside? Is it fair to judge Brett Brown's coaching without Embiid? We also look ahead to game four.
Danny Pommells and Paul Hudrick (live from Brooklyn) recap a crazy game 4 win in Brooklyn. Paul had a seat for the fight. What was it like? Embiid was dominant. JJ struggled but hit the shot that count. All leading to a commanding 3-1 series lead.
Danny Pommells and Paul Hudrick react to the Sixers closing out the Nets 122-100 in game 5. The importance of Joel Embiid getting rest for the Raptors. Is the starting five gaining more chemistry? Max Tobias but not Jimmy?