The Drive and Dish NBA Podcast hosted by Kevin Rafuse and Tim Tompkins with producer Justin Cousart. This isn't your average pod; not only do you get the best in analysis, but you'll get it while feeling like your kicking back on your couch with the boys. Also, we're funny sometimes.
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 (Lead 'Em Up) 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.
#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.
Hosted by Jerod Morris of The Assembly Call, 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 the year. Podcast On The Brink is available exclusively on Inside The Hall and iTunes.
The CBS Sports hoops experts discuss the latest NBA news, rumors and other storylines around the league. Picks, predictions, bold statements, heated arguments ... it's all here in the CBS Sports Eye on Basketball Podcast.
College basketball insight and gambling discussions for the Atlantic Coast Conference and nationwide. We believe in the madness that extends beyond March, going 2-for-1 with a minute left, and feeding the post repeatedly. The only podcast with a 100% effective field goal percentage.
A twice-weekly show bringing you nuanced perspectives on the NBA's most important stories. Hosted by USC alums Aaron Fischman, Joshua Jonah Fischman and Loren Lee Chen. Find us on our website at OnTheNBABeat.com or our Twitter page (@OnTheNBABeat).
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.
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.
The HPBNetwork family of podcasts is as diverse as the writing across the network. If you like discussions about basketball history, analyzing statistical projections, playoff rotations, the salary cap, and the culture surrounding the NBA, then we've got something for you to enjoy. Also, sometimes we just talk about random stuff. The HPBNetwork family of podcasts: It's basketball for your ears.
Sports news, sports rumors & sports trades. Pooh on Sports Podcast brings you the latest from around the world of sports. This Podcast brought to you by Rapper Big Pooh is the most honest and entertaining sports talk you will find. 18+ due to language
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.
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.
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.
We talk: the free-falling Knicks firing of Derrick Fisher, Kurt Rambis as interim, Knicks Organization moving forward the lack-there-of possibility of Phil Jackson returning to coaching. We also touch on the Grizzlies.
NBA All-Star weekend descends upon Toronto starting Friday, with everything from the Rookie/Sophomore... er, Rising Stars Challenge on Friday, the Dunk Contest on Saturday, and the main event on Sunday. Kurt Helin and Sean Highkin of NBC's ProBasketballTalk break it all down with event talk and predictions (plus both will be in Toronto with reports from the event all weekend).
In Episode #215 of the Hardwood Hustle Basketball Podcast, Alan Stein (Stronger Team) and Adam Bradley (Lead ‘Em Up) dig in to eliminating distractions. They share practices you can put in to place for both basketball related distractions, as well as eliminating distractions that get you off track in your life. The post Episode 215: Eliminating Distractions (Hardwood Hustle Basketball Podcast) appeared first on Hardwood Hustle Basketball Podcast.
Back to it, catching up on the Fisher firing, Gasol, Butler, MKG and other injuries, plus wraps of Wednesday night's games with with host Nate Duncan (@NateDuncanNBA) and Danny Leroux of RealGM and the Sporting News (@DannyLeroux).
Today on Believe The Hype, Tom and Benyam preview the upcoming All-Star Weekend Friday and Saturday Night events - Celebrity Game, Rising Stars Challenge, Three Point Shootout, Skills Challenge and Dunk Contest. Furthermore, the guys chat about Jimmy Butler's injury and what that means for the Bulls, Whether the Knicks did the right thing by firing Derek Fisher and potential deadline deals including Al Horford, Jeff Teague, Kyle Korver, Markieff Morris and David Lee. 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.
On Wednesday's episode of The Starters, live from Real Sports in Toronto, the guys talk to Toronto Raptors GM Masai Ujiri about his Giants of Africa initiative and the upcoming trade deadline. That, plus we play "Let's Make A Trade!" with Ujiri, drop an All-Star edition of The Meme Team, get hyped for Taco vs. E-Dogg's Dunk Contest, and finish the Canada Cup with a good ol' poutine eating competition.
Podcast on the Brink is back for a new episode with host Jerod Morris of The Assembly Call. The show is currently available weekly. You can access a full archive of episodes here. In this week’s edition of the show, Morris and Inside the Hall editor Alex Bozich are joined by BTN analyst Jon Crispin for a lengthy […] The post POTB 110: BTN’s Jon Crispin talks IU, previews matchup with Iowa appeared first on Inside the Hall | Indiana Hoosiers Basketball News, Recruiting and Analysis.
In this episode of the Open Floor Podcast, Lee Jenkins welcomes in Atlanta Hawks wing Kent Bazemore. The two discuss Bazemore's journey to get to the NBA, being arrested minutes before his final game at Old Dominion, "Bazemoring" on the bench, guarding the opposing team's best wing players, rebuilding his jumpshot and much more. Tweet Lee Jenkins at twitter.com/si_leejenkins, and use the hashtag #openfloor to have your voice heard. You can find more great Sports Illustrated podcasts at si.com/podcasts, and please subscribe to us on iTunes and Stitcher. -- Today’s show is brought to you by FreshBooks. For freelancers and small business owners, Freshbooks takes the pain out of accounting. Have a question about the service? A real-live human will answer every call in about 3 rings. Get your 30-day free trial by going to FreshBooks.com/openfloor and entering OPENFLOOR.
Adam and Anthony are back for another episode to discuss the 9-2 Big Ten Conference season. Tune in to hear the two host discuss a variety of topics including their feelings of the season, what adjustments need to be made for the final seven games, and finally, what will Thursday’s showdown look like? All that and more on this new episode. Don’t forget to follow them on twitter @ADRRSN, @Alower57 and of course @CrimsonCast!
On Tuesday's episode of The Starters, live from Real Sports in Toronto, the guys discuss Pau Gasol replacing Jimmy Butler in the All-Star Game, George Karl continuing to the coach the Kings, and the world's scariest mascot. That, plus an axe throwing competition, and the best Dunk Contest assists of all-time.
It's a MINISODE!!! Join your hosts Hank McCot and Vince Germano as they bring you all the laugh out loud moments on this week's show! *Warning this week's show was subject to a rough internet connection, as explained on the episode* This Episode: >Internet Problems >Knicks Head Coach >Fire George Karl? >FB questions and much much more... www.CRTSDE.com
Episode 31 beschäftigt sich mit … ihr könnt’s euch ja denken. Wie immer könnt ihr die Episode direkt hier anhören, herunterladen (via “Ziel speichern”) oder im iTunes Store abonnieren (einfach nach “NYKJ Podcast” suchen). ***Copyright Music Jingle***: The theme music is provided by podcastthemes.com. Many thanks for this great Jazz jingle.
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On Monday's episode of The Starters, live from Real Sports in Toronto, the guys discuss what it means to have NBA All-Star Weekend up in The 6, talk to Raptors' Superfan, Nav Bhatia, and share the weekend's best bloopers. All that, plus the Knicks fire Derek Fisher, and a controversial start to our Canada Cup challenge.
Derek Fisher is out as coach of the New York Knicks, and NBC Sports' Kurt Helin and Dan Feldman expect another shoe to drop as to why. It's not that Fisher was a great coach, but replacing him with Kurt Rambis mid-season is not an upgrade. Then Helin & Feldman take questions off Twitter from readers/listeners on the coming trade deadline including discussions of Blake Griffin, Jeff Teague, the Pistons, and more.
In Episode #214 of the Hardwood Hustle Basketball Podcast, Alan Stein (Stronger Team) and Adam Bradley (Lead ‘Em Up) share what they feel makes for the most purposeful pre-game, halftime and post game talks. Download (PDF, 1.79MB) The post Episode 214: Purposeful Pre-Game, Halftime and Post Game Talks (Hardwood Hustle Basketball Podcast) appeared first on Hardwood Hustle Basketball Podcast.
Gary Parrish is joined by Matt Norlander and Sam Vecenie for this episode of the Eye on College Basketball podcast. They discuss which team should now be ranked No. 1 in the nation, and whether their opinions of Oklahoma and North Carolina changed after those weekend losses to unranked teams. Then they get into Louisville's self-imposed postseason ban, and they close by looking ahead to Monday night's game between Duke and Louisville, and Tuesday night's game between Kansas and West Virginia.
The ACC Basketball Degenerates roll with Episode 12 in the middle of an action packed Saturday in conference play, reviewing UVA-Pitt, NCST-Duke, and other games on the slate. Also a mid-season ACC 1st Team projection and a conversation on Louisville's postseason ban.
Kevin Pelton (@KPelton), Dan Feldman (@DanFeldmanNBA) and Danny Leroux (@DannyLeroux) join Nate Duncan (@NateDuncanNBA) for a mock trade deadline extravaganza. The four negotiate and agree to trades in real time, with names like Blake Griffin, Kevin Love, Danilo Gallinari, Jeff Teague, Al Horford, Hassan Whiteside, Pau Gasol, Ryan Anderson, Markieff Morris, and many more potentially on the move, plus a wrap-up of the proceedings and evaluating the mock deadline winners and losers.
Episode 30 beginnt mit einem “State of the Knicks” und teilt sich anschließend in zwei Bereiche: 1. Argumente warum die Knicks zur Trade-Deadline aktiv werden sollten. 2. Argumente die dafür sprechen, dass die Knicks nichts tun sollten. Wie immer könnt ihr die Episode direkt hier anhören, herunterladen (via “Ziel speichern”) oder im iTunes Store abonnieren (einfach nach “NYKJ Podcast” suchen). ***Copyright Music Jingle***: The theme music is provided by podcastthemes.com. Many thanks for this great Jazz jingle.
On today's episode of Believe The Hype, Tom and Benyam are in Cleveland and witnessed the Cavs heartbreaking buzzer beater loss to the Boston Celtics. The guys chat about the Cavaliers 3rd quarter problems, Kevin Love's injury, clutch Avery Bradley, Jimmy Butler's strong strength game, previewing the Thunder v Warriors game this weekend, NBA All-Star Saturday Night 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.
Kevin Pelton (@KPelton), Dan Feldman (@DanFeldmanNBA) and Danny Leroux (@DannyLeroux) join Nate Duncan (@NateDuncanNBA) for a mock trade deadline extravaganza. The four negotiate and agree to trades in real time, with names like Blake Griffin, Kevin Love, Danilo Gallinari, Jeff Teague, Al Horford, Hassan Whiteside, Pau Gasol, Ryan Anderson, Markieff Morris, and many more potentially on the move.
On today's episode of The Drop, The Starters discuss the All-Star Saturday Night participants, Kevin Durant's looming free agency, and some smaller NBA trade rumors. That, plus John Cougar Mellencamp, President Obama, dance moves, and more.
Gary Parrish is joined by Matt Norlander and Sam Vecenie for this episode of the Eye on College Basketball podcast. They discuss Kentucky's new logo, Oregon, USC and the Pac-12 in general, the weekend's schedule of games -- including Purdue-Maryland -- and the unprecedented buyout Memphis might have to pay to change basketball coaches.
Flickr Where is Kevin Durant going to sign this summer? With his free agency pending, as well as the NBA trade deadline getting closer, the media has been rampant about speculation. Will he resign with Oklahoma City on a 1 year deal so that he can leave with Russel Westrbook together in a year and a half from now? Or does he want to wait and see if he can actually make it back to the NBA Finals this summer? What about the obvious choice, Durant's hometown the Washington Wizards? Upon taking a look at their roster one has to wonder if they have enough depth to give Durant enough of a supporting cast. How about the New York Knicks? Durant is good friends with head coach Derek Fisher, and recently spoke lovingly about Kristaps Porzingis. Can the Knicks move enough pieces to make it happen? Maybe they need to wait a year when the salary cap goes higher? How about the Houston Rockets? They are seemingly in the mix for every big free agent. But does Durant want to share the floor with th ...
Previewing the trade deadline for the Southwest Division. What assets do the Rockets, Pelicans, Mavericks, Grizzlies, and Spurs have, and who should they be looking to move or acquire at the deadline? Nate Duncan (@NateDuncanNBA) and Danny Leroux of RealGM and the Sporting News (@DannyLeroux) examine.
Toronto is the clear and away second best team in the East, a roster with one of the NBA's best backcourts featuring All-Stars Kyle Lowry and DeMar DeRozan. But is now the time for the Raptors to make a bold trade and swing for the fences? Ryan Wolstat of the Toronto Sun joins Kurt Helin of ProBasketballTalk to discuss that, Terrence Ross, the Raptors gaping hole at the power forward spot, and how the All-Star Game has Toronto buzzing.
On Thursday's episode of The Starters, Trey hits the Pick 'Em Payoff elliptical while the guys discuss when Curry will break the 3s made in a game record, the Draymond vs. Russ triple-double race, and the latest Suns-Raptors trade rumors. That, plus Kareem Abdul-Jabbar's comments about Dirk in the Up/Down Report, and a funny presidential version of The Meme Team.
Welcome to the return of the Open Floor, SI’s NBA Podcast. Hosted by SI senior writer Lee Jenkins, the podcast welcomes new Phoenix Suns head coach and former NBA point guard Earl Watson. In this episode, Watson opens up about playing pickup basketball at UCLA with Magic Johnson and Kobe Bryant, his biggest coaching influences – John Wooden, Hubie Brown, Jerry Sloan and Jeff Hornacek – and the lessons he learned from them. Watson also touches on the legendary trash talk of Gary Payton, the drama around Markieff Morris and much more. Tweet Lee Jenkins at twitter.com/si_leejenkins, and use the hashtag #openfloor to have your voice heard. You can find more great Sports Illustrated podcasts at si.com/podcasts, and please subscribe to us on iTunes and Stitcher. -- Today’s show is brought to you by FreshBooks. For freelancers and small business owners, Freshbooks takes the pain out of accounting. Have a question about the service? A real-live human will answer every call in about 3 rings ...
Jorge Sedano, Israel Gutierrez and Amin Elhassan discuss another monster game for Stephen Curry, if it's too early to consider him an all-time great, the possibility of Kevin Durant joining the Warriors, Dwight Howard's future and more.
Nearly two weeks ago, the best team in the Eastern Conference fired its head coach. Conrad Kaczmarek, former editor of SB Nation’s Fear the Sword, makes an appearance to discuss the state of those Cleveland Cavaliers. Although they still boast the conference’s best record and are showcasing electric offense under newly named lead man Tyronn Lue, minor weaknesses are discussed. Also, Conrad explores the instrumental play of Matthew Dellavedova and Tristan Thompson as well as LeBron James’ impact on personnel decisions. 5:55-7:00: “Even though [LeBron James] is a monster in transition, his teams are never high-pace teams… I think the tendency for a lot of his teams is for them to slow it down, play in the half court, and let LeBron do his thing, which works great a lot of the time… I think there’s a lot being talked about with Tyronn Lue trying to push the pace and have them play at a faster pace, but the numbers don’t really bear that out in the first six games that they’ve played. ...
In this Hustler Classic of the Hardwood Hustle Basketball Podcast, Alan Stein (Stronger Team) and Adam Bradley (Lead ‘Em Up) traveled to New York City to get rare access to Pastor Carl Lentz of Hillsong NYC. Pastor Carl’s positive energy and passion inspires millions around the globe. Oh, he can hoop too. The post Hustler Classic – Hoops, Happiness and Heaven with Hillsong Pastor Carl Lentz (Hardwood Hustle Basketball Podcast) appeared first on Hardwood Hustle Basketball Podcast.
Previewing the trade deadline for the Central Division. What assets do the Bulls, Pacers, Pistons, Bucks, and Cavs have, and who should they be looking to move or acquire at the deadline? Nate Duncan (@NateDuncanNBA) and Danny Leroux of RealGM and the Sporting News (@DannyLeroux) examine.
On Wednesday's episode of The Starters, the guys discuss the KD-to-Dubs rumors, whether the Celtics should trade for Dwight, and Curry's Most Improved chances. That, plus a Super Bowl edition of Crossfire, and Trey's definitive James Harden beard interview.
HANG TIME HEADQUARTERS — It took a while, nearly two months, but the crew is back together again. And just in time for the latest “Game of the Century” on Super Bowl eve (Thunder visiting the Warriors), a vintage effort from Kobe Bean Bryant and next week’s All-Star extravaganza in Toronto. That’s right, The Hang Time Podcast crew is reunited this week to discuss, debate and drill down on the hottest topics around the league — and yes, that means the elusive Rick Fox has finally been located. He’s been busy the past couple of months doing prep work for the All-Star Game’s visit to his native Toronto (where he swears we’re going to be on the VIP list at Drake‘s restaurant and every other hot spot throughout All-Star Weekend). We needed the entire crew to sort out the mess in Phoenix (Earl Watson taking over for Jeff Hornacek), to address the rumors that Kevin Durant could be headed to join Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors in free agency, the state of the Lakers (and their ...