Best Basketball podcasts (updated May 24, 2015)
The experts at CBSSports.com discuss the latest NBA news, rumors and other storylines around the league. Picks, predictions, bold statements, heated arguments ... it's all here in the CBSSports.com Basketball Podcast.
Hardwood Paroxysm's family of podcasts, including Podcast Paroxysm, Over and Back, R-Squared and more.
The Starters is a daily NBA podcast hosted by J.E. Skeets and Tas Melas that breaks down the league's biggest games, storylines, and off-court antics.
#believethehype is a weekly NBA Podcast hosted by Tom Read and Benyam Kidane talking about all things happening in the National Basketball Association. It takes a comical, laid back, yet insightful approach to covering the NBA, not only focusing on the important issues but also a more irreverent view of the league.
Grantland's Zach Lowe talks to various basketball people about various basketball things. This podcast is part of Grantland, a sports and pop culture website founded by Bill Simmons and owned by ESPN.
ESPN's NBA Lockdown covers all of the latest news, rumors and opinion in the NBA with ESPN's team of experts.
Welcome to the the COURTSIDE Podcast, your weekly serving of finely chopped NBA provisions. Join Hank McCoy, Vinrok and B.G, each and every week as the COURTSIDE crew discuss, debate and deconstruct the hottest topics, the latest news and their own outrageous predictions. COURTSIDE: we don't just chat, we combust with chatter.
The Hardwood Hustle Basketball Podcast is for those who know basketball is more than a game. Internationally renowned basketball performance expert Alan Stein (Stronger Team), sports-podcasting superstar Adam Bradley (Ball Hogs Radio) and television personality Rachel DeMita (NBA 2K TV) have teamed up to create a unique platform to cross between the lines of life and basketball. The Hardwood Hustle Basketball Podcasts educates, engages and entertains and has featured guests such as Mark Cuban, Kevin Durant, Jay Bilas and Kevin Eastman. Official partners: Better Basketball, Krossover, PGC Basketball and Vertimax.
We talk all things NBA. News, Stats, Rumors and Fantasy Basketball advise.
Need your Hoosier fix? Want something on your iPod besides John Mellencamp? Can’t read? If so, this podcast is for you! Hosted by Jerod Morris, Podcast On The Brink is a lively, free-flowing discussion on IU Basketball, featuring some of the brightest basketball experts in all of the land. Cream-and-crimson to its core, our show promises to keep you informed and entertained throughout IU’s season. Podcast On The Brink is available exclusively on Inside The Hall and iTunes.
An essential listen for basketball fans. Episodes feature high-profile guests, plus my basketball-obsessed friends. My focal point is Michael Jordan, however, I cover everything NBA - past and present - with my unique Australian sense of humor. Visit http://facebook.com/inallairness for related content.
A weekly basketball podcast hosted by Daniel Leroux
NBA news, analysis and commentary from the staff at NBA.com. Sekou Smith hosts the weekly podcast with Rick Fox and Lang Whitaker, featuring guests from all around the league and the people who cover it.
Daily podcasts with the best the NBA and basketball journalism world has to offer
Destroying Sports Talk One Episode at a Time
Andy Katz and Seth Greenberg give you an all-access pass inside the world of college basketball.
Welcome to the ClutchFans podcast, covering all the latest about the greatest team on the planet -- the Houston Rockets. One of the largest fan communities on the web dedicated to a single team, ClutchFans has become a second home to diehard Houston fans.
Your source for IU basketball and football news and opinion
This is the Internet's most entertaining and informative college basketball podcast. Host Gary Parrish brings the sport to your ears with guests who are smart enough to discuss various issues and topics.
Listen to previous broadcasts of University of Dayton Flyer Basketball broadcasts
A podcast dedicated to covering Big Ten basketball for SBNation.
Catch the show live in person at Frickers in Centerville every Monday night at 7 p.m.
NBA news, NBA rumors & NBA trades. Pooh on Sports The NBA Podcast brings you the latest from around the NBA. This NBA Podcast brought to you by Rapper Big Pooh and co-hosts Drew Hep & Vince Po is the most honest and entertaining basketball and sports talk you will find. Cut from the cloth of other NBA Podcasting greats like The Starters formerly known as The Basketball Jones, ESPN's NBA Lockdown, The B.S Report, Jalen & Jacoby, NBA.com's Hang Time Podcast, Pooh on Sports NBA Podcast is a weekly podcast that not only gives you news from around the league it also infuses humor, a fans perspective and plenty of argument. 18+ due to language
Welcome to the HoopsHabit Hangout, where each Wednesday the guys from HoopsHabit.com talk about the world of basketball. Join Michael Dunlap, Gerald Bourguet, Phil Watson and a guest each Wednesday throughout the season.
ProBasketballTalk Blog is for all fans who want to talk the game of Basketball.
Hear the Florida College Basketball teams compete throughout the season
NBA basketball featuring the OKC Thunder, Kevin Durant, Russell Westrbook. Official podcast for ESPN TrueHoop affiliate Dailythunder.com. Covering the Oklahoma City Thunder first, we also talk Atlanta Hawks, Boston Celtics, Chicago Bulls, Detroit Pistons, Denver Nuggets, Indiana Pacers, Houston Rockets, Los Angeles Lakers & Clippers, Minesotta Timberwolves, Miami Heat, Milwaukee Bucks, New Jersey Nets, New York Knicks, New Orleans Hornets, Charlotte Bobcats, Pheonix Suns, Portland Trailblazers, 76ers, Washington Wizards, Utah Jazz, Toronto Raptors, Sacramento Kings, San Antonio Spurs. We talk NBA Allstars like Lerbon James, Dwayne Wade, Kobe Bryant, Dwight Howard, Blake Griffen, Kevin Garnett, Chris Paul, Derrick Rose.
Love the Mavericks? If so, you've come to the right place! Mavericks Outsider Report will give you all the information you crave about the Dallas Mavericks and the NBA!
Dave Hardisty and MK Bower discuss Game 3 and what the Rockets must do, beyond just this series, to get past the Golden State Warriors. Continue reading →
The BTPowerhouse staff breakdown the 2015 Big Ten/ACC Challenge and how it could impact the conference, each team, and the national college basketball scene. Major recent recruiting news is also discussed.
Zach Harper and James Herbert discuss the All-NBA Teams, the Warriors' win over the Rockets, and preview Game 2 of Hawks-Cavs.
Sam Vecenie, Bryan Gibberman and Andrew Ungvari discuss what the Lakers should do with the second pick in the 2015 NBA Draft.
Sam Vecenie and Bryan Gibberman were joined by Layne Vashro to figure out who the Timberwolves should take with the first pick.
On today's episode of The Drop, The Starters discuss both Conference Finals matchups, the All-NBA Team selections, and who got snubbed from the All-Defensive Teams. That, plus an NBA quiz for Matt, Magic Johnson, Twitter takeovers, dishwashers, and more.
On today's episode of Believe The Hype, Tom and Benyam chat about the Golden State Warriors nail biting win in game 2 over the Houston Rockets, James Harden's amazing offensive performance to keep the Rockets in it, Stephen Curry's huge quarter, the Dwight Howard v Andrew Bogut battle and how this series is shaping up moving into Houston in game 3. Furthermore, the guys chat about J.R Smith's fire emoji game 1 vs Atlanta, DeMarre Carroll's injury, the Cavs improved defense, Jeff Teague, LeBron James' new record and the All-NBA Teams. Don't forget that that you can follow us on twitter @traread & @benyamkidane using the #BTHype tag to ask questions to be answered in next weeks episode. Also check out believethehypeNBA.com for more from the podcast.
Jorge Sedano, Amin Elhassan, Cari Champion and Ramona Shelburne discuss the Rockets' heartbreaking Game 2 loss, Alvin Gentry's potential next gig and Hawks-Cavs.
Zach talks to Brian Windhorst of ESPN.com about the Riley Curry "controversy," LeBron and the Cavs, the Western Conference finals, and more.
On Thursday's episode of The Starters, the guys discuss Game 1 of the Cavs-Hawks, including J.R. Smith catchin' fire, DeMarre Carroll's knee injury, and a few ATL adjustments to be made. That, plus All-NBA Team snubs, and a new edition of The Meme Team.
So much to chat about on this week's Minisode!!! Join your hosts Hank McCoy and Vince Germano as they bring you all the laughs on Australia's funniest NBA podcast. This week's show: >Is Rubio still the Future? >LA breakdown >Slap-Bet pay up >Yes, Vince slapped himself > Did i mention Vince slapped himself? All this and much much more... www.CRTSDE.com
In Episode #150 of the Hardwood Hustle Basketball Podcast, Alan Stein (Stronger Team) and Adam Bradley (Ball Hogs Radio) sit down with Rock ‘Em Apparel’s Rob Starkman. Rob shares the story behind Rock ‘Em and why he chose to pursue socks over school. The post Ep. 150: Going to Sock School with Rock ‘Em Apparel’s Rob Starkman (Hardwood Hustle Basketball Podcast) appeared first on Hardwood Hustle Basketball Podcast.
Jorge Sedano and Amin Elhassan discuss J.R. Smith's stellar shooting performace, break down the All-NBA selections and preview Game 2 between the Warriors and Rockets.
Kevin Rafuse, Justin Cousart and Tim Tompkins talk: What happened to the Clippers, the NBA Draft Lottery and Mailbag!
Sam Vecenie, Chris Herring and Bryan Gibberman discuss what the New York Knicks should do with the fourth pick in the 2015 NBA Draft.
On Wednesday's episode of The Starters, the guys discuss Game 1 of Western Conference Finals, last night's NBA Draft Lottery results, and X-factors in the Cavs/Hawks series. All that, plus Trey and Leigh put the Jahlil Okafor tennis ball challenge to the test.
Zach Harper and James Herbert discuss the NBA Draft Lottery, All-Defensive Teams, and the Warriors' win over the Rockets.
Podcast on the Brink is back after a month hiatus for a new episode with host Jerod Morris of The Assembly Call. In this edition of the show, Morris is joined by Inside the Hall editors Alex Bozich and Ryan Corazza for more than 45 minutes to discuss a variety of topics, including: · The recent dismissals of […] The post Podcast on the Brink: Dismissals, 2015 recruiting and more appeared first on Inside the Hall | Indiana Hoosiers Basketball News, Recruiting and Analysis.
Doug Kezirian, Amin Elhassan and Jeff Goodman discuss the Warriors' impressive Game 1 win, the results of the lottery, if cute outweighs distracting and much more.
Today on Believe The Hype, Tom and Benyam break down the Golden State Warriors 110-106 Game 1 win over the Houston Rockets. The guys chat about Dwight Howard's knee issues after colliding with Josh Smith, Stephen Curry's huge 34 point performance, the Warriors success of going small-ball with Draymond Green at the 5, James Harden doing James Harden kinda things, Klay Thompson's defensive assignments moving forward and more. Furthermore, the guys chat about the results from the NBA Draft Lottery. Don't forget that that you can follow us on twitter @traread & @benyamkidane using the #BTHype tag to ask questions to be answered in next weeks episode. Also check out believethehypeNBA.com for more from the podcast.
Justin Cousart, Tim Tompkins & Kevin Rafuse: are joined by draft expert Bill Hagen, we also discuss the Chicago Bulls future, our top 5 all NBA Playoff teams and the upcoming NBA Draft.
Adam & Aaron celebrate the 30th anniversary of Michael Jordan's (1984) arrival in the National Basketball Association. This episode covers: - NBA regular season - February 23 through March 9, 1985 - Insightful minutiae, all but lost to the annals of basketball history In this episode, we discuss numerous happenings from the next 15-day block of the 1984-85 NBA season. The Chicago Bulls played a schedule-stuffing nine games, in this span – five wins and four losses. We chat about Chicago's run to a possible-playoff appearance, by making the most of seven games at home. We also talk about the NBA's best-performing players - including Kevin McHale's then-team record, 56-points - milestones reached - Julius Erving becoming the then-third all-time highest scorer in league history - and much more. This episode continues our coverage of the 1984-85 NBA season. We encourage your interaction. Feel free to suggest specific games, moments and events from within the season, for us to cover in future...
On Tuesday's episode of The Starters, we break down and predict both Conference Finals series; debate who we'd like to see win tonight's NBA Draft Lottery; and head back to the cage for a Very Solid Reenactment.
HANG TIME HEADQUARTERS — Charles Barkley is not afraid to admit when he’s wrong. He just can’t remember the last time he was actually wrong about something. Like many of us, though, he couldn’t have predicted the Final Four field facing off for the right to play for the NBA title, well at least not three of the four teams. LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers making the Eastern Conference finals is by no means a surprise. But their opponent, the Atlanta Hawks, and the two teams in the Western Conference, the Golden State Warriors and Houston Rockets, weren’t on everyone’s preseason list to make it this far. Those slots were supposed to be reserved for the blue bloods, the franchises used to working this late in a season, not these upstarts from around the league. Stephen Curry and James Harden, the top two finishers in the voting for the KIA MVP award and now the combatants at the center of the Western Conference finals, had other ideas. So did Al Horford and those three other All-Stars...
Andy Liu is back on The Podium Game Podcast with Bryan Gibberman to preview the Western Conference Finals.
This episode is a part of our ongoing series looking at the Seven Best NBA Game 7s of All-Time. Jason Mann and Rich Kraetsch are back with a brand-new episode of the Over and Back Classic NBA podcast continuing their series looking at the best NBA playoff Game 7s. Today the guys are looking at the best Conference Final Game 7s of All-Times! Games covered include historic battles like the Chris Webber, Peja Stojakovic and Mike Bibby’s 2002 Sacramento Kings vs. Kobe Bryant, Shaquille O’Neal and the Los Angeles Lakers. The Lakers also make an appearance later in the show as discuss one of the most recent Conference Final Game 7s and also one of the most memorable as Rasheed Wallace, Scottie Pippen and the Portland Trailblazers blow a late-game lead to the 2000 Lakers. The guys also cover the famous “Havlicek Stole the Ball!” game from 1965 featuring the Boston Celtics and the Philadelphia 76ers, yet another chapter in the storied Wilt Chamberlain/Bill Russell rivalry. Another Celtics/76ers...
It's that time again! The Conference Finals are upon us so join your hosts Hank McCoy and Vince Germano as they bring you another laugh out loud episode of predictions and zany hoops chatter on The COURTSIDE Podcast. This weeks show: >Hawks Vs. Cavs predictions >Warriors Vs. Rockets predictions >Jersey Worthy >Brain Fart awards and much much more... www.CRTSDE.com
Impossible to go into the conference finals without talking about the team that should have made it but didn't -- the Los Angeles Clippers. My take: They are not cursed. They were merely too thin, and they didn't have the fortitude to finish the job. And if the Houston Rockets taught us all one thing during their series against Doc Rivers' team, it was this: Never give up, no matter how bleak things seem. But that series is behind us, and we now move into the conference finals wondering exactly what we are going to see. Hack-a-Howard? Hack-a-Bogut? Corey Brewer defending Stephen Curry. Or maybe Trevor Ariza taking on that task. Or even pesky old man Pablo Prigioni. That series is going to be a chess match for sure, and we may end up seeing Klay Thompson being the most important player in the series. As mentioned yesterday in our staff predictions column, Thompson is the leading 3-point shooter, accuracy-wise, of all the players still playing. And that allows us to turn our attention to...
Jorge Sedano & Israel Gutierrez look ahead to the Western Conference Finals, discuss the questions Kyrie Irving has to answer about LeBron, the schisms in LA, Chicago & more.
Sam Vecenie and Bryan Gibberman look back at the NBA Draft Combine and preview the lottery.
The guys pay their dues for all the bad things they said about the Rockets, give a Clippers post-mortem, and make their picks for the Conference Finals.
Zach Harper and Dan Woike discuss the collapse of the Los Angeles Clippers, where their roster can go from here, and some movie magic as well.
Tim Tompkins, Kevin Rafuse and Justin Cousart talk: We preview the Cavs and Hawks, discuss Rockets/Clippers and what’s next for the Wizards. Joined by special guest Bill Hagen. As well as Random NBA Player
On Monday's episode of The Starters, the guys discuss where the shell-shocked Clippers go from here, if Paul Pierce should retire, the new "Lost and Found" dunk, and the All-NBA Rookie Teams. That, plus we predict the winner of Tuesday night's NBA Draft Lottery by bobbing for apples. Science!
Zach Harper and James Herbert preview the Western Conference finals between the Warriors-Rockets, the Eastern Conference finals between Hawks-Cavs, and discuss the Clippers' bad collapse.
On today's episode of Believe The Hype, Tom and Benyam preview the Conference Finals. The guys chat about Rockets v Warriors Western Conference match-up and the intriguing 'MVP' series between Stephen Curry and James Harden, the importance of perimeter defense in this series, the Dwight Howard and Andrew Bogut interior match-up and how the Rockets were able to beat the Clippers. Furthermore, in the East, the guys break down the intriguing Hawks v Cavs series including the intriguing LeBron James v DeMarre Carroll match-up, the need for the Hawks bench to match-up with the improvement of the Cavaliers role players and Kyle Korver's shooting slump. Also, Roscoe catches up with Dennis Schroeder, Al Horford, Kyle Korver and Paul Millsap to chat about what making the Conference Finals means to them and the city of Atlanta. Don't forget that that you can follow us on twitter @traread, @benyamkidane & @RoscoeWhalan7 using the #BTHype tag to ask questions to be answered in next weeks episode...
In Episode #149 of the Hardwood Hustle Basketball Podcast, Alan Stein (Stronger Team) and Adam Bradley (Ball Hogs Radio) interview Bob Jones University head men’s basketball coach Neal Ring. Who has a unique story as he is also the Athletic Director at Bob Jones. Neal shares his mission to share his testimony of faith through coaching. The post Ep. 149: Coaching in the Director’s Chair w/ Neal Ring of Bob Jones University (Hardwood Hustle Basketball Podcast) appeared first on Hardwood Hustle Basketball Podcast.
Andy Katz and Seth Greenberg talk with Arizona State's Bobby Hurley, Mississippi State's Ben Howland and Florida's Mike White about their new teams & the 30 second shot clock.
Doug Kezirian and Amin Elhassan discuss what went wrong for the Clippers against the Rockets and what the future holds for all of the teams eliminated in the conference semis.
Zach has an emergency Clippers debrief with Ramona Shelburne of ESPN.com.
Jacob Rosen and Brad Rowland jump on The Podium Game Podcast to preview the Eastern Conference Finals with Bryan Gibberman.
Today on Believe The Hype, Tom and Benyam chat about Matthew Dellavedova's career night against the Bulls to put the Cavs through to the Eastern Conference Finals, how important the Cavs role players of Delly, Tristan Thompson, J.R. Smith, Iman Shumpert and Timofey Mozgov have been to their Playoff run, especially due to the Kevin Love injury and the in-efficiency of Kyrie Irving and LeBron James. Furthermore, the guys chat about Corey Brewer and Josh Smith's huge fourth quarter to level up the Rockets and Clippers series at 3-3, predicting the rest of the Conference Semi Finals, Monty Williams' firing, the future of the Chicago Bulls and more! Don't forget that that you can follow us on twitter @traread & @benyamkidane using the #BTHype tag to ask questions to be answered in next weeks episode. Also check out believethehypeNBA.com for more from the podcast.
Zach Harper and James Herbert discuss where the Bulls go after losing to the Cavs, how the Rockets came back against the Clippers, and discuss the new Allen Iverson documentary.
With 14 minutes left, Game 6 felt just like the two in Los Angeles before it. The Rockets were close at the half, trailing by just two, but found themselves again blitzed in the third quarter, with the Clippers pushing the 64-62 edge to 89-70. In the prior two games, the Rockets folded and lost by 25+ points. This time? They answered with a stunning 49-18 counter-punch to close the game and tie the series, sending it back to Houston for a decisive Game 7. The wildest part? MVP runner-up James Harden wasn't even playing, making it one of the more improbable and remarkable in-game turnarounds in NBA playoff history. Our Ben DuBose is joined by Josh Reese of CBS Radio in Houston (Sports Radio 610) and the Red & Orange Report podcast to dissect just how it went down. Topics explored: The brilliance of Kevin McHale's in-game adjustments Why inserting Josh Smith for Terrence Jones as a starter helped both players The importance of Dwight Howard dominating DeAndre Jordan on the glass The sudden...
On today's episode of The Drop, The Starters discuss the Rockets' shocking comeback against the Clips, the Bulls' offseason plans, our current All-NBA Playoff Team, irritating players, cereal, cars, ham, and a whole lot more.
Israel Gutierrez, Amin Elhassan, Jorge Sedano and Cari Champion discuss the Clippers' unbelievable loss, the end of the Bulls' run and Cari's encounter with greatness.
Zach talks to Kevin Arnovitz of ESPN.com about Hawks-Wizards, Tom Thibodeau's future, the crazy Rockets comeback, and more.
Updates on all four 2nd round NBA playoff series, as well as some sneak peaks to the Conference Finals