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You Know Ball
You Know Ball
A (Mostly) Sixers Podcast
A (Mostly) Philadelphia 76ers podcast hosted by Twitter user @TrillBroDude where he discusses the team he loves/hates the most. We also talk a lot about what is going on around the NBA and Trade Slop. For everything related to the podcast please visit here ->
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Ratings & Reviews
4.8 stars from 192 ratings
Awesome Pod
Super dope pod, very funny and silly to put it mildly but also features fans who are die hard nba fans who also know their stuff. 5 bags of popcorn!
DarioSaricCroatianJerseyOwner via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/08/23
This is the Danny Green Holocaust memorial selfie of podcasts- something you absolutely have to listen to despite the historic levels of pain and suffering associated with it. You will get ridiculed for listening but deep down the haters will respect and admire you.
favorite pig control podcast via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/05/23
The heroes we need.
It’s refreshing to hear folks who will call out the obsequious and sycophantic NBA media. In an era in which all Americans should be vigilant against media manipulation, YKB is the watchmen against the woke conspiracy.
Frankin Bitchards via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/04/23
Recent Episodes
We drafted the 10 worst contracts in the NBA as of February 2024. And added in a bonus one for fun. Enjoy. Get weekly bonus episodes and more here: All other YKB content can be found here:
Published 02/28/24
For weekly bonus episodes including last week's "worst rotation players" draft please visit here: On this episode we re-drafted this rookie class after 40-50 games which is exactly when you should do a re-draft. Find out who rose up our boards, who fell down...
Published 02/21/24
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