Kyle Neubeck

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Kyle Neubeck is a sports reporter for PhillyVoice.com. He has spent the last four years writing about the Sixers and the NBA at-large, predominantly for SB Nation’s Liberty Ballers, in addition to pop culture and music writing for Complex.com. When you’re not reading him here, you’ll probably find him on Twitter posting shoddy Photoshops and yelling about new Netflix shows. Follow him @KyleNeubeck.

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May 19, 2020

Television

Thinking of binging Bojack Horseman? Try these 3 episodes first

There is just too much TV content out there for you to watch everything. That's where we come in.

May 18, 2020

Chicago Bulls

'The Last Dance' finale brings Michael Jordan's journey to a close while adding more questions

The finale of 'The Last Dance' docuseries brought Michael Jordan's Bulls career to a close while prompting some new questions about his legendary run in the 1990s.

May 18, 2020

Sixers

Sixers' Tobias Harris to offer mortgage assistance for Philadelphia families, lunches for healthcare workers, more

Sixers forward Tobias Harris committed Monday to provide mortgage assistance to 12 families in the Philadelphia area, provide lunches to healthcare workers at Temple University Hospital, and 20,000 children's books for at-home libraries being created during the COVID-19 pandemic.

May 15, 2020

Sixers

Brett Brown speaks on NBA return, his job security, Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid

Just over two months into the pandemic, Sixers head coach Brett Brown sounds like he did before it started. Road woes, roster fit, and various other issues aside, his vision remains on competing for a championship behind the Ben Simmons/Joel Embiid duo, excuses and mitigating circumstances be damned.

May 15, 2020

Sixers

Podcast: Would single athletes break 'bubble' for sex if NBA resumes play?

We have been hard at work in the podcast studio in spite of the circumstances, and in this week's episode of The New Slant podcast, we tackle an important issue that no one is discussing — could single NBA players be trusted not to break the league's bubble for sex?

May 14, 2020

Sixers

All-time Sixers one-on-one tournament Final Four: Allen Iverson vs. Julius Erving

The all-time Sixers one-on-one tournament returns for the second of our final four matchup, pitting Julius Erving, the heart of a contender for almost a decade, and Allen Iverson, the one-man band who almost took down the Lakers during a magical 2001 Finals run.

May 12, 2020

Sixers

Are the Sixers screwed if NBA salary cap drops dramatically?

As time passes, more people around the league have shown optimism that the NBA will return at some point, discarding the idea of "if." Perhaps that's because the longer this drags on, the more everyone wonders what's going to happen to their pockets.

May 12, 2020

Video Games

10 sports video games that deserve remasters or remakes in 2020

Tuesday was a big day for anyone who grew up on the Tony Hawk's Pro Skater games, with the legendary skateboarder and Playstation announcing the first two games in the beloved series would be remastered and released on September 4th of this year. If nothing else, they're a reminder of a simpler time at the turn of the century when people weren't afraid to go outside or eat at an Applebee's.

May 11, 2020

Chicago Bulls

Episodes 7 and 8 of 'The Last Dance' examine Michael Jordan behind the scenes

From the loss of his father to spiteful trash talk in pickup games, night four of The Last Dance was perhaps the best yet, marrying the behind-the-scenes habits of Michael Jordan with his legendary career. It wasn't always pretty, but it came with a purpose, and these episodes set us up perfectly for the final episodes next week, the last seasons of Jordan's Bulls career.

May 11, 2020

Seinfeld

The best moments of Jerry Stiller’s legendary comedy career

The dawn of the cell phone era may have taken the punch out of some Seinfeld plots, but "the show about nothing" remains ubiquitous to this day. If you've ever shamed someone for double dipping, contemplated whether you should re-gift a present, or yada yada yada'd your way through a story, you can trace your actions back to what was once the biggest sitcom on Earth. Even if you didn't or don't love it, the influence is hard to deny.

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