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On tonight's edition of the Total Sports Live podcast, Jovan Alford will be joined by Angela Montoni of BuzzonBroad.com as they discuss the state of the Philadelphia 76ers franchise. Over the past couple of seasons, the franchise has been in transition and still is with the recent trades of Michael Carter-Williams and K.J. McDaniels this past Thursday.
Topics that will be discussed on tonight's show
Sixers trade MCW to the Bucks and K.J. McDaniels to the Rockets. Do you like the deals and would you have done it?
Do you still trust the plan that Sam Hinkie has in place?
Will the Sixers ever be competitive?
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The first month of the 2014-15 NBA season is complete and the early playoff pictures for both conferences look as predicted, outside of a couple outliers. We'll go over early MVP candidates, such as LeBron James, Anthony Davis and even Demarcus Cousins. The Philadelphia 76ers have also had quite the interesting start to the season, at 0-17. Will they win 10 games? And when will they get their first win?
Tonight marks the season debut for the Oklahoma City Thunder's Kevin Durant, just one game after Russell Westbrook made his debut against the New York Knicks. Can the Thunder battle their way back into the top-eight of the Western Conference?
We will be joined by the Philadelphia Inquirer's Keith Pompey to discuss the Philadelphia 76ers’ season so far! We will talk about the draft picks they got, their starting five among other things! We will also chat with Kyle Goone, Salt Lake Tribune beat writer, to preview the Poinsettia Bowl tomorrow night! We will talk about the absence of Chuckie Keeton, how to stop Jordan Lynch and more! Christmas Day NBA game recaps as well.
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It is easy to declare the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Milwaukee Bucks the winners of trade deadline day, because both will be in the playoffs and both made exceptional moves.
But the team I have declared the bigest winner of all is the Philadelphia 76ers, because they were able to get their hands on the Top 5 protected pick that the Los Angels Lakers owed to the Phoenix Suns. It is never easy trading away a player as good as Michael Carter-Williams, who is the reigning Rookie of the Year. But having a chance to build a team that can be a powerhouse for a full decade is an opportunity not to be dismissed, and general manager Sam Hinkie has put his team in that position.
Not everyone agrees with me, and the patience of fans in Philadelphia is being tested.
Also, Hinkie is getting a lot of criticism for tanking the season, but if the rules give a team an incentive to tank, what is wrong with operating within the rules?
I debated the Sixers situation, the wisdom of it, and the chances of it succeeding, with Jody MacDonald and Josh Innes on WIP Radio in Philly. Enjoy.
In a surge of last minute wheelings and dealings, we saw a handful of players trade teams. 37 players were traded today in the NBA setting a new NBA record. Reggie Jackson, Goran Dragic, Kevin Garnett all moved today prior to the 3PM NBA deadline. Who are the biggest winners from today's trades? We take a look at the teams that came up today and put themselves in position to win. From the Miami Heat to the Detroit Pistons to the Philadelphia 76ers, we give you our thoughts on all of the action that took place today.