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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Joel Embiid Andre Drummond

Embiid vs. Drummond Lives Up To The Hype, Kinda

“No disrespect, but he can’t shoot. I just gotta worry about the defensive coverages that we have, they have a lot of down screens, backside action, and he’s always the roller so he gets lots of lobs and stuff.” That is the verbage Philadelphia 76ers star Joel Embiid used to describe Detroit Pistons centerpiece Andre

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Atlantic Files

The Atlantic Files Episode 72

On Episode 72 of The Atlantic Files, Mike Bash joins Alex Fischbein to talk about the young Brooklyn Nets. Last time Mike joined the show, he foretold the great play of Spencer Dinwiddie. This week, he talks about Dinwiddie’s impact as well as offers another player who could do the same thing going forward. What

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Atlantic Files

The Atlantic Files Episode 71

Episode 71 of the Atlantic Files is here to talk about the city that the Drake guy is from. Yes, that city. The one with the team named after dinosaurs. The Raptors, while having one of the more interesting names, are one of the more boring teams in the Atlantic Division. They may be second

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Atlantic Files

The Atlantic Files Episode 70

Episode 70 of The Atlantic Files is here and we’re ready to talk about the Boston Celtics. That’s the Eastern Conference-leading Boston Celtics. Kyrie Irving’s team that is currently doing better than LeBron’s team. In this episode, we go over the differences in Kyrie’s game and leadership abilities from last season compared to this season.

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De’Aaron Fox Sinks Game Winner With 13.4 Seconds Left As Kings Rally Past Sixers

With 1:24 remaining in the fourth quarter, the Philadelphia 76ers led the Sacremento Kings 108-102 and held possession and a fresh shot clock. The Sixers failed to score another point over the next minute and a half as the Kings proceeded to storm back down the stretch, finally culminating in the first game winner in

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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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The Process, Joel Embiid, Markelle Fultz, Ben Simmons

The Process Disciples: Shoulders, Close Games, and Early Takeaways

We are The Process Disciples, welcome to our dojo where we study the art of “Sam Hinkie Specials” and trust every process in life. This is the subgroup of Sixers faithful in Basketball Society where we answer questions about all of the happenings in Philadelphia. The Sixers are five games into the new season now,

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Markelle Fultz

Markelle Fultz To Miss Three Games, Get Shoulder Reevaluated

While addressing the media at Philadelphia 76ers practice today, general manager Bryan Colangelo announced that backup point guard and first overall pick in this offseason’s draft Markelle Fultz will be sitting out the team’s next three games due to shoulder soreness in his shooting arm. Following the rest, Fultz will be reevaluated and the Sixers

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Atlantic Files

The Atlantic Files Episode 68

D’Angelo Russell and the Brooklyn Nets have been red hot on offense to start the season. So, it’s only right that we talk some Nets and bring in the new Atlantic Files’ Nets correspondent, Mike Bash, from The Underdog Sports. Mike and I go over the off-season where Brooklyn set the tone for what their

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