(00:00-20:34) Today on The Anthony Gargano Show, Andrew is in for the Cuz and Connor is on the board. Andrew reacts to the Sixers loss to Heat loss last night. DeAndre Jordan is a liability and can’t play anymore. There aren’t many other options besides Paul Reed but Doc needs to figure something out. At the moment, Andrew isn’t feeling as optimistic about the series. There are some thinks he sees that could happen such as Georges Niang not missing all seven three point attempts but overall he’s not feeling good.
(20:46-54:39) Andrew and Connor talk about the benefits and negatives of Paul Reed. He is always active on the court but gets in foul trouble easily. He brings energy but doesn’t always know where to be. Andrew takes some calls before talking more Sixers and getting into some Eagles talk.
(54:40-1:02:41) On today’s Morning Thoughts, Andrew talks about how much he loved the Eagles draft and all the weapons the Eagles now have. The offense should be so much fun to watch this year. He is still worried about Jalen Hurts. He hopes he can have a great year with what he has now. Andrew is just a little hesitant. Connor mentions there are teams with worse quarterback situations. They also talk about sleep or lack of sleep.
(1:02:54-1:52:54) Andrew and Connor talk more Sixers and Eagles then heads back to the phones to hear what you have to say.
(1:52:55-2:05:12) Former 76ers player are current analyst on NBC Sports Philadelphia, Marc Jackson joins the show to talk about Game 1 of the Sixers/Heat series. He loves the effort by the Sixers and feels like they still can steal one in Miami. He doesn’t understand the hate toward DeAndre Jordan. He didn’t play well last night because of Miami’s defense but he is still a good shot blocker. He also talks about Doc Rivers and how he interacts with the Philly media.
(2:05:24-2:44:51) The Sixers and Eagles conversation with Andrew, Connor and you continues for the rest of the show. We also have Staplegate. Someone broke Tyrone’s stapler and he is on the prowl for who broke it.