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Sixers Science: Investigative NBA Analytics

By Almighty Baller Radio

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Description

Sixers Science aims to demystify basketball research and help connect NBA fans to the world of data analytics and NBA strategy. We devise investigative studies that seek answers to the NBA’s most pressing questions through the lens of the Philadelphia 76ers.

Customer Reviews

Jawn

Kevin's accent is my favorite thing about the show. Loved the defensive metric episode, would love to hear much more of that type of analysis

New but great

You guys are my new favorite sixers podcast. I’ve followed Mike on twitter for a while and I’ve always appreciated his appearances on the other pods. I love RTRS but theyre a little too hot takey sometimes so I like the tempered takes you guys have, and while I do love Godner, you guys are definitely more entertaining. Theres a couple annoying sound quality issues, like hearing some random writing or scratching noises throughout a lot of the past podcast but otherwise you are great.

....But I might just need to tune out when Mike talks about the Celtics, he definitely has some really really deep seeded hate towards them.

The best podcast for Amir Johnson fans

and Sixers fans who can't get enough stats. This pod will scratch the analytic itch for the die-hards and is a good starting point for casuals who want to dip a toe into advanced statistics. Each host has a unique perspective and also the knowledge to defend and explain that perspective even when I don't agree with them.

How about a dive into Lonzo Ball's struggles, guys? Not Sixer's related, but I wonder what you guys think about his horrible looking shot so far, if you saw it coming, and if you think his struggles will continue. I know you noted that the Jason Kidd stat is an indicator that he will still grow to be an effective player, but I just don't see it.

Anyway, thanks for the great pod!