The Bell Ringer returns to discuss the All-Star snub of Philadelphia 76ers forward Tobias Harris who is having a career season for the best team record-wise in the Eastern Conference. Also, the discussion turns to the East as a whole as Ky Carlin and Nick Friar discuss who should be considered the favorite to reach the NBA Finals out of the East. Ky also says goodbye to Nick.
The Philadelphia 76ers missed out on the opportunity to land James Harden. Ky Carlin welcomes Austin Krell of The Painted Lines to discuss the wild week that was for the Philadelphia 76ers as they had to go through the league's health and safety protocols as well as a day where they were so close to landing superstar Jams Harden before he was traded to the Brooklyn Nets. They discuss where the Sixers are now in the East and what they can do to keep pushing forward.
Ky Carlin and Nick Friar take a final look back at 2020 while recounting where they were the night the NBA suspended the season back in March as well as their reactions to the Rudy Gobert news. The two of them then dive into the 2020 that was as they reminisce what the Sixers did on the floor and the moves they made off of it. Also, the two discuss why Ben Simmons continues to refuse to take jump shots.
Ky welcomes Nick Friar to the podcast to preview the 2020-21 season for the Philadelphia 76ers. They have a brand new team on the floor surrounding stars Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid and the two of them discuss whether that will help the Sixers move up in the Eastern Conference. The two also get into the hierarchy in the Eastern Conference and predict where Philadelphia will end the season.
Ky welcomes Nets Wire's Nick Friar on with him to discuss all things surrounding the Philadelphia 76ers and the NBA as a whole. The Sixers are looking to have a successful 2020-21 season and there have been rumors about whether they should make a trade for superstar James Harden. Ky and Nick discuss whether the Sixers should move Ben Simmons for Harden while also entertaining Harden's other trade destination wishes. Other topics discussed: Coach K's comments about college basketball, the BigTen changing their games played rule for the conference title game, and NBA2K21's new MyCareer process.
Ky Carlin welcomes on Austin Krell of The Painted Lines to discuss what the team's new additions will do for the Philadelphia 76ers moving forward. Dwight Howard, Danny Green, and Seth Curry are the main additions and the two of them debate how each player will help the team as well as try and figure out what the new starting lineup will be. Another interesting move was the Zhaire Smith trade and they try and predict where his next spot will be. Other topics discussed: top teams in the East heading into the 2020-21 season.
Ky Carlin welcomes Nick Friar on to discuss the bold moves Daryl Morey made for the Philadelphia 76ers on draft night. The team was able to get off Al Horford's contract while bringing in some much needed shooting and the team also brought in three very good rookies at the spots they were drafted at. Other topics discussed: free agency, the Eastern Conference hierarchy, and cereal.
Ky Carlin returns on The Bell Ringer and he welcomes on Austin Krell of The Painted Lines to discuss the moves that Daryl Morey and Elton Brand have to make to improve the Philadelphia 76ers in the offseason. They get into the draft, any potential trades, and free agency as well to help the team move forward. Also, Ky and Austin reminisce on a fender bender the two of them got into over the summer of 2020.
Ky Carlin welcomes on Nick Friar again to discuss the 2020 NBA Finals and the lessons that the Philadelphia 76ers can learn from both the Miami Heat and the Los Angeles Lakers. Both teams offer things that the Sixers do not have at the moment and Philadelphia needs to be able to emulate those teams. Other topics discussed: getting Buddy Hield to Philadelphia, NBA ratings, and of course, Batman.
Ky and Cam talk with Bleacher Report's Yaron Weitzman, author of new book Tanking to the Top, which looks at the Sixers and how their tanking process at the beginning of the 2010s helped them get to where they are now.