Sixers podcast: Ranking Big 3’s and Furkan Korkmaz’s scuffle

Joel Embiid, James Harden, Sixers (Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images)
Joel Embiid, James Harden, Sixers (Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images) /
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On this episode of the Sixer Sense Podcast, we dive into some memorable moments in Sixers history, and we rank the top big 3 player combinations of teams in the Eastern Conference. First though, the podcast explores the details related to an incident that happened in Europe involving Furkan Korkmaz.

It was reported today that Korkmaz was attacked by members of the Georgian team after a basketball game. We discuss the details that were reported and how this could impact Korkmaz in the immediate future.

We then pivot to the trade that happened last week that has significant implications for the Eastern Conference standings. Donovan Mitchell was traded to Cleveland for Colin Sexton, Lauri Markkanen, and draft picks, which surprised plenty of NBA fans, especially Knicks supporters. We break down the trade, and we also explore who else on Utah that could fit on the Sixers roster.

The next subject relates to Big 3 combinations of teams in the Eastern Conference. This portion of the podcast ranks trios from teams like Boston, Milwaukee, Atlanta, Miami, Cleveland, Brooklyn, Chicago, and Philly. Where do James Harden, Tyrese Maxey, and Joel Embiid rank in comparison to those other teams’ trios?

We end the podcast with a reflection on some of the most memorable moments in Sixers history. We categorize them in pre-Process and post-Process terms. What dunks do we think are the best in recent memory? What about top buzzer beaters? What are the most heart breaking? Listen and find out!

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