The Sixer Sense podcast returns as three teams continue to battle for Larry O’Brien’s NBA Finals trophy. The Denver Nuggets are the representatives of the Western Conference who defeated the Los Angeles Lakers in the Conference Finals and are looking forward to a series of games in the Eastern Conference. The Miami Heat and the Boston Celtics tied 3-3 in the seventh winner-take-all game. Will the Boston Celtics go down in history?
In news more pertaining to the Philadelphia 76ers, some NBA coaching vacancies are beginning to fill. The Milwaukee Bucks have hired Toronto Raptors assistant Adrian Griffin to be their next head coach. The move was allegedly approved by Giannis and fills one of the team’s five vacancies. The Detroit Pistons are also getting closer to their next team leader as many believe Kevin Ollie will make his NBA head coach debut for Michigan next season. Do the Sixers need to speed up their search for a head coach to make sure they get the candidate they want and need?
Lucas Johnson and Jonathan Geib move the conversation to discuss a a recent article by co-author Sixer Sense from the Internet site. Jack Simone wrote an amazing article in which he outlined one potential trade for Joel Embiid for each NBA team. The article will rank the trades from least likely to most likely and is a must read for Sixers fans. Do guys think any of these deals are credible or should be legally considered?
The podcast concludes with an in-depth coverage of these remarkable Eastern Conference Finals. In a recent podcast, the Miami Heat had a 3-0 lead over the Boston Celtics, and Lucas and Jonathan chatted about the upcoming NBA Finals Nuggets vs. Heat. Fast forward a week and the Celtics have three straight wins together while facing elimination and are on the verge of becoming the first team in NBA history (0-150) to come back from a 3-0 series deficit to win. Can Boston make history? Listen to us to find out what the guys think!
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