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Schmidt Talking Podcast Episode 23: Bonnies Land Osun Osunniyi

On this week’s episode, Kyle Allan and Alec Walt discuss the three newest Bonnies, former Bonnies pre-draft NBA workouts, and the newest member of the Mark Schmidt coaching staff. The Bonnies landed coveted big man, Osun Osunniyi. The Bonnies outlasted the Hoyas of Georgetown and their hated rival Syracuse Orange for the coveted 6-10 Center

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Schmidt Talking Ep. 22: Bonnies add versatility to their bench

On this week’s episode, Kyle Allan and Alec Walt discuss the Bonnies most recent signing, Izaiah Brockington’s transfer decision, and Jaylen Adams chances at getting selected in the 2018 NBA Draft. The most recent signing of Melkisdek Moreaux comes at a great time as the Bonnies were looking for spreading their length and size to the

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Projection Model Gives Sixers Good Chance of Reaching NBA Finals

Overcoming adversity. That is how one can only explain the Sixers come from behind victory against the Miami Heat on Saturday to take a commanding 3-1 lead in the series. Led by youth in Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid, rarely has it been that young players can carry a team with the way they have

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Sixers Used Discussions of Religion and Politics to Build Team Chemistry

Losing in any sport is tough. As a young player in the NBA, the only thing you know is winning. You most likely won in AAU ball, won District and State Championships in high school, and likely went to a high-profile NCAA program. Being a young player on the Sixers roster between 2013 and 2016,

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After First Loss in Weeks, How Will The Sixers Respond?

Game 2 of the first round matchup between the Miami Heat and Philadelphia 76ers caught many by surprise. The Heat imploded in the second half of Game 1 due to the Sixers locking up on the defensive end while also getting some of the most efficient shooting they’ve seen all season from the likes of

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Three Determining Factors for Sixers First Round Success

The Sixers are the first team in NBA history to end the season on a 16-game winning streak. With the last eight of those wins coming without Eastern Conference All-Star, Joel Embiid, the Sixers are using their surrounding talent alongside an all-time rookie to propel this team to a top Eastern Conference squad. As the

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The Impact of Markelle Fultz for the Sixers Playoff Run

The Sixers have been the NBA’s surprise darling. A team that was banking on many unknowns, it had many experts around the league calling the bluff of Las Vegas’ prediction of this team’s total wins at 40 games. With now 50 wins and counting, the darling of the NBA has now become a premier NBA

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Schmidt Talking Episode 20: Sights Set On The Offseason

With Villanova defeating Michigan to win the National Championship, the college basketball season is officially over. Teams now have to say goodbye to their seniors and look ahead to next year. Like in most sports, there’s no offseason in college basketball. One of those teams with their sights set on next season is St. Bonaventure.

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The Pros and Cons of a Markelle Fultz Return

The 76ers, in March, are currently one of the hottest teams in the Eastern Conference and in the entire NBA. It’s been a long, long time since people around the league and Sixers fan have been able to say that. Looking poised for a playoff run, the Sixers have been gelling with the combination of

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Schmidt Talking Roundtable: Dan Hurley Has Left The Atlantic 10

Dan Hurley came into the Atlantic 10 with high expectations for Rhode Island. The program had been so close to making the NCAA Tournament from 2002 to 2011, but fell victim to the NIT. Coach Jim Baron had done an excellent job with the program but couldn’t get over the hump. Then came in Hurley.

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