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Sixers Beat: a Philadelphia 76ers, NBA Podcast

The Sixers Beat is your go-to source for analysis of the Philadelphia 76ers. Brought to you by Derek Bodner and Rich Hofmann of The Athletic Philadelphia, along with frequent co-hosts Kyle Neubeck (PhillyVoice.com), Max Rappaport (LibertyBallers.com) and Mike O'Connor (The Athletic), no other 76ers podcasts brings you the same combination of insider access and in-depth analysis. Have something you want to discuss on-air? Send them an email to onair@sixersbeat.com or contact them on twitter at @SixersBeat. Sixers Beat can be found at clnsmedia.com or the CLNS Media mobile app for iOS and Android.
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Now displaying: April, 2016
Apr 29, 2016
Derek Bodner (PhillyMag.com), Rich Hofmann (PhillyVoice.com), Kyle Neubeck (LibertyBallers.com), and Max Rappaport (also LibertyBallers.com) talk about Bryan Colangelo's track record, what Dario Saric can bring, and who to take if the Sixers fell to #4 in the draft.
Apr 21, 2016
Derek Bodner chats with the Sixers new president of basketball operations Bryan Colangelo about the future of the team going forward.
Apr 11, 2016
Derek Bodner (PhillyMag.com), Max Rappaport (LibertyBallers.com), and Rich Hofmann (PhillyVoice.com) discuss the press conference to introduce Bryan Colangelo as president of basketball operations, the admission that the candidate search wasn't big, and failure of ownership. Note: This episode was recorded before the news broke that Ed Snider had passed away. Condolences go out to the Snider family for their loss.
Apr 7, 2016
Derek Bodner (phillymag.com), Rich Hofmann (phillyvoice.com), and Max Rappaport (LibertyBallers.com) talk about the shocking news that Sam Hinkie has stepped down as the Sixers' president and general manager.
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