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Spike Eskin
The Rights To Ricky Sanchez
The Sixers (76ers) Podcast
The Rights To Ricky Sanchez is a podcast that is hosted by Spike Eskin and Michael Levin and mostly, sort of about Sixers basketball.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.8 stars from 3,317 ratings
Daryl Morey has the perfect place to share his unique perspectives, the RTRS pod. Spike n Mike create the right environment for the Sixers GM to let his occasionally shampooed hair down. He’s got a good sense of humor. Now, geniuses, since so many people could not get tix, and not everyone can...Read full review »
MatyBram via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/03/23
Dedmon is back!
Sometimes I feel like I’m the only one who remembers that Spike had a Powerman 5000 drop for Dewayne Dedmon.
the jahlil okafor of podcasts via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/13/23
8 too many ads
Spike must not listen to podcasts to understand how terrible having so many ads are for the listening experience. I’d pay $5 a month to just hear the pod with no ads. Catch y’all 2 months from now when I forget they have 13 ads a episode
Don't worry about my name Dawg via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/10/23
Recent Episodes
The Sixers were chugging along, beating the crap out of the Bulls, and Joel Embiid just... disappeared. We found out it was his calf, but it was still... weird. We talk about the weirdness, the win, the weirdness again, and whether the Sixers can get the #2 seed. Spike then makes a statement...
Published 03/23/23
Joel Embiid has evolved into a player who is even better than he was previously. His new heights, and now as MVP favorite, have Mike in a new place and even Spike in a new place. We talk about their run, the people who continue to back Jokic for MVP, Tobias Harris' up and down play, and of...
Published 03/20/23
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