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Joel Embiid scored 50 points in a win over the Wizards, which sure, we talk about, but what is going on with Tobias Harris? Yikes! Then we talk about James Harden's claim that Daryl Morey promised him a max contract, talk about potentially selling in... more
Spike and Mike were drinking the entire podcast. The Sixers, without Maxey or Embiid, showed some fight and got a moral victory in Boston. We talk about the game, go star hunting in Atlanta and Orlando, bring back Relationship Advice, and have a big ... more
The Pelicans game was terrible, but we have a lot of fun talking about the loss, whether you'd rather be able to easily dunk or do sick guitar solos, STARHUNTING for LeBron, and we try to name Dan Olinger's new column. Finally, Spike shows the X-Ray ... more
I’m a Celtics fan. I loathe James Harden’s game. This podcast was a honeypot of schadenfreude for me. I came to really enjoy and empathize with Spike & Mike’s perspective. Now that Harden is gone, I wish them luck. They’ve always been wrong about Al Horford tho.
Can’t trust anything Spike says on the podcast anymore.
This podcast is my favorite podcast about a sports team I barely like anymore. If they feel like slowly transitioning to a Phillies podcast that’s cool with me.
5 stars for Mike, 0 for Spike. Round up to 3 stars
💍🃏 even when it went wrong all along we were right
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The Rights To Ricky Sanchez: The Sixers launched 12 years ago and published 1045 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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