Kemba Walker tells Scoop B Radio: he has “no idea” why Jamal Crawford is STILL a free agent

Jamal Crawford has been the talk of every ‘social media GM’ this summer, yet the NBA free agent has yet signed with an NBA team. Last week, Ben Simmons said he wanted Jamal Crawford to become a member of the Philadelphia 76ers. “He needs to come through,” the NBA’s Rookie of the Year told me.

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NBA 2K

NBA 2K19 or NBA Live 19? Forbes’ Brian Mazique weighs in on Scoop B Radio

Trusted video game authority and Forbes Magazine writer, Brian Mazique talks NBA Live 19 and NBA 2K19 on Scoop B Radio. Press Play Below To Listen! NBA 2K or NBA Live? Decisions, decisions. That’s literally the epitome of standing at the counter at your cell phone carrier store and deciding whether to become team iPhone

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Allen Iverson didn’t trust his teammates as much as Tim Duncan did says former Spur, Sixer

Speedy Claxton Talked Allen Iverson and Tim Duncan on Scoop B Radio. Press Play Below To Listen!  Allen Iverson was probably one of the most entertaining players post-Jordan era. The crossover dribble on MJ before he retired for the second time is a classic AI moment. The eleven time All Star and 2001 league MVP

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Philadelphia 76ers, Zhaire Smith

The Process Disciples: Zhaire Smith, Jamal Crawford, and the Philadelphia 76ers offseason

Here we are again, another offseason where the top draft pick of the Philadelphia 76ers has gotten injured and a lot of Philly fans are wondering why more moves weren’t made. Zhaire Smith was starting to show some promising flashes in Summer League, and he was preparing to show the Philly faithful that he was

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The Atlantic Files

The Atlantic Files Episode 93: Markelle Fultz will win Most Improved says Alex Fischbein

The Year in Review series is back on the Atlantic Files with the Philadelphia 76ers being the topic of discussion this week. Mike and Alex take a deeper dive into the Sixers season and pull out some of the reasons why they came up short in the playoffs, and what will allow them to compete

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Bryan Colangelo

Process Disciples Roundtable: What do we make of Bryan Colangelo’s Twitter Scandal?

Well, this has been interesting, to say the least. A story that was released by The Ringer disclosed information that links current 76ers president of basketball operations to an investigation that found him using five different Twitter ‘burner’ accounts to criticize current Sixers players, release sensitive insider information and team management strategy.  The 76ers released

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Scoop B: Cavs & Warriors’ NBA Finals Pt. IV & 76ers ‘burner’ Twitter accounts

Cavaliers and Warriors, Wariors and Cavaliers…it feels like watching all of the Rocky Balboa movies all over again; except it’s basketball! Tonight the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Golden State Warriors play Game 1 of their fourth go aroung in the 2018 NBA Finals. I spoke with Christian Heimall on the Press Row Podcast and discussed the

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Pump Fake to the Altar: Episode 11 – NBA Playoff Surprises

Your hosts Felix John-Baptiste and DJ Allen are FIRED UP on this episode of Pump Fake to the Altar. They discuss the lengthy Celtics-Bucks series as well as the Pelicans sweep of the Trail Blazers. At a quick glance, this was one of the most entertaining first rounds of NBA playoff action to their memories.

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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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76ers

Scoop B: 76ers CEO Scott O’Neil was on target when he said Philly is ‘committed to get the team a title’

Philadelphia 76ers CEO Scott O’Neil checked in with Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson. Press Play Below To Listen! Not even Rocky Balboa could have written the script any better.  the city of Philadelphia and its surrounding area has been nothing less than tinseltown. The Eagles are Super Bowl champions and the Villanova Wildcats, who play their

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