Atlantic Files

The Atlantic Files Episode 75

Mike Bash, the Atlantic Files Nets Correspondent, joins the show again this week. This time, Alex and Mike talk about some of the up-and-coming Nets while D’Angelo Russell is still out and Jahlil Okafor is still working back into game shape. Should the Nets trade Spencer Dinwiddie? He’s been the topic of trade discussions amongst

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Atlantic Files

The Atlantic Files Episode 73

Episode 73 of The Atlantic Files is fresh off the digital press. This week, Alex touches on some of the topics that Brett Brown talked about on the Woj Pod. Those include the relationship between Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid, the difference in Markelle Fultz’s recovery, and Ben Simmons’ mindset. Then, in case you haven’t

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The Sunday Fadeaway-Episode 10: The Way Too Early “Thirdly Awards”

Tune into the 10th episode of The Sunday Fadeaway as host Ryan Calpin dives into his way too early “Thirdly Awards”. These include early selections for MVP, Defensive Player of the Year, Coach of the Year and many more. He also discusses the dismal Memphis Grizzlies and talks the Sixers. He takes a look into

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Cleveland Cavaliers

Pump Fake to the Altar: Episode 1

Hot Topics? Check. Good and bad performances? Check. Off the court situations? Check. You name it and we’ve got it. Basketball Society writer DJ Allen and I debut this brand-new podcast titled “Pump Fake to the Altar”.  Basketball Society isn’t the only thing we have in common. We both recently proposed to our fiancées 2

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Atlantic Files

The Atlantic Files Ep.69

If you’re looking for trade and buyout talk, Spencer Dinwiddie stats, and thoughts on hot sauce and wings, then you have tuned in to the right episode of The Atlantic Files. Yes, we do talk about all of that in this one episode. First of all, on last week’s episode, our Nets Correspondent Mike Bash

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Players the Boston Celtics Should Target With Their Disabled Player Exception

The Boston Celtics suffered a huge loss earlier this season with Gordon Hayward’s injury, but they’re getting some help from the NBA. The league has granted the Celtics a $8.4 million disabled player exception for Hayward’s injury. This allows the Celtics the flexibility to improve the roster. Sources: The NBA has granted Boston an $8.4M

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76ers

Too Much Patience for the Philadelphia 76ers?

The Philadelphia 76ers and their fans have no choice but to continue to “trust the process.” Following the news that Ben Simmons will not play this season came another announcement that Joel Embiid has also been shut down. Embiid still may get Rookie of the Year honors after playing only 31 games this season. He has

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Could the Sixers be moving Nerlens Noel instead?

With the trade deadline a little more than 24 hours away, the Sixers have been linked to many trade rumors surrounding big man Jahlil Okafor. Teams like the Pacers have been associated as of late, as well as past teams like the Chicago Bulls also showing interest in the big man. With the Sixers losing

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Atlantic Files

The Atlantic Files Ep.48: Brooklyn Nets love the deep ball

The three ball has increasingly became an important aspect of the game in the NBA today. We’ve seen crazy three-point shooting from the Golden State Warriors, and now the Brooklyn Nets want a turn! You read that correctly. The Nets are here, and they’re ready to fire away from deep. Brook Lopez has increased his range,

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Philadelphia Sixers, Joel Embiid

The Sixers are wise to be careful with Joel Embiid

Philadelphia Sixers big man Joel Embiid is essentially the basketball version of Frankenstein. After toiling in Philly’s desolate hoops lair for two consecutive seasons due to a right foot ailment, Embiid who was the No.3 overall pick in the 2014 draft, is ready to be liberated. Mad scientist and Sixers head coach Brett Brown is

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