The Sixer Sense Podcast welcomes you back with the only topic you care about, James Harden. The last time we heard from Harden, he had opted into the final year of his contract with the Sixers in the hopes of working collaboratively on a trade that sees the 10x All-Star departing from Philadelphia. Well since then, he has been posting photos with Joel Embiid, Tobias Harris, and Tyrese Maxey where they all seem to be enjoying each other’s company. Should we read into his social media posts as a sign he will play for the Sixers in the 2023-24 season? You will want to hear what the guys think.
Next up, Lucas Johnson and Jonathan Geib discuss Daryl Morey trolling everybody with a picture outside of Crumbl Cookies. Morey tweeted at Tobias Harris and there was also a much more subtle troll of a former disliked Sixer. Can you find it? With that said, it should be no surprise Morey aced this as he could learn from the best in Troel Embiid.
July marks the start of NBA Summer League basketball. That’s right, just when you were missing actual basketball games to watch, Summer League comes around with something close enough to that. Lucas educates you on which players are shining and if any players on the Sixers Summer League roster will have an impact on the actual roster next season. Who do you think has the best chance to make an impact from this pool of players?
The podcast ends with a list of remaining free agents that Lucas and Jonathan think the Sixers should take a look at, starting with Paul Reed of course. There are still a number of contributing players that have yet to find a home and the Sixers have remained relatively quiet. Will that change in the next couple of weeks? Give us a listen to find out!
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