This is an Orlando Magic podcast hosted by Jonathan Osborne & Luke Sylvia of "The Sixth Man Show". The Sixth Man Show is a basketball podcast by fans, for fans, bringing you strong opinions, good conversation, game-by-game analysis, team news, and all things Magic basketball. This show is not affiliated with the Orlando Magic, NBA, or Bally Sports Florida.
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PAOLO BANCHERO IS THE NUMBER ONE OVERALL PICK & AN ORLANDO MAGIC! Jonathan & Luke break down what Paolo Banchero will bring to the Orlando Magic & Jalen Suggs joins the show to share his thoughts on the pick! Join our Patreon: patreon.com/thesixthman... more
The day is finally here! The Orlando Magic are set to Pick #1 Overall tonight in the 2022 NBA Draft. Jonathan & Luke take one last look at the prospects with everything we now know, and discuss who should be the pick for the Magic! Join our Patreon: ... more
Keep up the great work! Love from the Philippines! Go Magic! 💙
Great magic pod. Enjoy listening to them break down magic news weekly. Def tune in
These guys are awesome. Go Magic.
Thanks for the great Orlando magic content and discussions. It’s great especially for magic fans outside of the Orlando area
Best podcast for true Magic fans
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The Sixth Man Show launched 3 years ago and published 236 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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