Al Horford suggests he was hurt, Ben Simmons says he's in great shape and wants more pick and roll, and Bryan Colangelo says he was absolved of wrong-doing. We welcome Alonzo Jones to Team Ricky, sign up for Zo's Corner Three newsletter here. We review Devon Gilfillian's Black Hole Rainbow in the Carl Landry Record Club, discuss trading for Wall or Wiggins, and name music and movies Mt Rushmores. The Rights To Ricky Sanchez podcast is presented by Draft Kings Sportsbook. Sign up for Spike's chat with Chuck Klosterman here, and order the book with promo code RTRS for free shipping and a free book here.
Brett Brown says that nobody worked out more during quarantine than Joel Embiid. Is this good? Ben Simmons is healthy, and Brown thinks Howard Eskin looks like Forrest Gump. Zhaire Smith goes down with another injury, and we welcome Mike's writing parter Patrick Kang to talk about their TV show script about Ben Simmons and his family, Brotherly Love. Get it here for a $5 charitable donation. The Rights To Ricky Sanchez podcast is presented by Draft Kings Sportsbook.
The Sixers, whether we like it or not, are going to play more games. We talk about the Sixers bubble schedule, assessing the risk the league faces in doing it, and Joel Embiid's six year anniversary as a Sixer. ESPN's Kevin Arnovitz joins us to talk about covering The Process, Ime Udoka's future, Brett Brown's future, and whether the Sixers can be the sleeper team in Orlando. The Rights To Ricky Sanchez podcast is presented by Draft Kings Sportsbook.
Charles Barkley thinks that nobody wants to play the Sixers, which would make sense if he's not watched them at all this year. We discuss Barkley's comments, Joel Embiid and Josh Richardson wanting a place to go play soccer, a theory about the Astros cheating that angers Mike, the release of Mike's Brotherly Love Script, and our dads in a reality show. The Rights To Ricky Sanchez is presented by Draft Kings Sportsbook.