Sixers Talk: What's next after missing out on Kyle Korver; Tobias Harris in crunch time




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Sixers Talk: What's next after missing out on Kyle Korver; Tobias Harris in crunch time  

Kyle Korver decided to head to the Bucks, while FiveThirtyEight's statistial model thinks the Sixers have the best chance to win the NBA Finals in 2019-20. Danny Pommells and Noah Levick discuss on this episode of Sixers Talk.

With Korver off the board, which other remaining free agents make sense for the Sixers?

Tobias Harris will have more responsibility for the Sixers in the fourth quarter this season. Can he handle it?

Plus, an explanation of Christ Koumadje's Exhibit 10 deal and a breakdown of two-way player Marial Shayok.

That and more below on this edition of Sixers Talk.

Sixers Talk: What's next after missing out on Kyle Korver; Tobias Harris in crunch time originally appeared on NBC Sports Philadelphia

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