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.
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.
The Drive and Dish NBA Podcast hosted by Kevin Rafuse and Tim Tompkins with producer Justin Cousart. This isn't your average NBA 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.
#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.
The HPBasketball Network 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 HPBasketball Network family of podcasts: It's basketball for your ears.
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 Hardwood Hustle is a platform designed to educate, empower and encourage coaches, players and parents. Your hosts Adam Bradley (Lead 'Em Up) and TJ Rosene (College Basketball Coach) share their genuine and fresh perspective on topics centered around the Hardwood & the Hustle. Joined by some of the biggest names in basketball, the Hardwood Hustle continues to inspire the basketball community and all our #Hustlers who regularly listen. #LoveTheHustle
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).
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 to discuss the Hoosiers. 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.
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.
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
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.
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.
Justin, Kevin and Tim Talk NBA playoffs (Game 6 GSW/OKC), the last two coach changes... we hope.... and they interview Justin Rowan (@Cavsanada on twitter) about the Cavs and who they want to come out of the western conference finals! DriveandDishpodcast.com (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram)
The stage is set for Game 7 of the NBA’s Western Conference Finals. Steph Curry, Klay Thompson, and the surging Warriors will defend Oracle Arena from Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook, and the battered Thunder, who just let a potentially deciding Game 6 slip through their fingers at home. SI’s Ben Golliver and Rob Mahoney recount this rollercoaster of a series and forecast the result and implications of this massive game. Ben Golliver: http://twitter.com/bengolliver Rob Mahoney: http://twitter.com/robmahoney http://si.com/nba | http://twitter.com/si_nba Use the hashtag #openfloor to have your voice heard. Find more great Sports Illustrated podcasts at http://si.com/podcasts Subscribe to the show on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher or your app of choice.
In all Airness - Michael Jordan-era | Unofficial NBA History podcast
Adam & Aaron celebrate the 30th anniversary of Michael Jordan's second season in the National Basketball Association. This episode covers: - NBA regular season - January 8 through 22, 1986 - 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 1985-86 NBA season. The Chicago Bulls played six games in this span – one win and five losses. Show notes will be added soon. Please check back after Jun 1. Enjoy this episode! This episode continues our coverage of the 1985-86 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 episodes of the series. Thanks for taking the time to listen to the show. If you enjoy the content, please share it with your friends! Editor's note: sign-up for my monthly newsletter - receive exclusive details on upcoming podcast episodes and future, high-profile guests to ...
Josh looks at the Utah Jazz and how their exciting group of youngsters fared during the 2015/16 NBA season and where their fantasy value lies moving forward. Presented by Basketball Monster and Loot Crate
Believe The Hype - NBA Podcast On today's episode of Believe The Hype, Tom and Benyam chat about Klay Thompson's huge 41 point game to lead the Golden State Warriors to a Game 6 victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder to force a Game 7 in the Western Conference Finals. Furthermore, the guys chat about the All-NBA Teams and name their All-NBA Fourth Team. 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.
We handle the instant classic GSW/OKC Game 6 in all the depth it deserves. Klay Thompson's amazing shots, Stephen Curry's clutch finish, the Thunder's amazing effort and late-game stagnation, Andre Iguodala's defense, and everything else. We also take a first look at where this ranks historically, break down each of Thompson's NBA playoff-record 11 threes, and every critical possession of the last five minutes.
Josh looks back on the one-year, unsuccessful Scott Skiles reign in Orlando and looks ahead to new coach Frank Vogel and what could be on the horizon with the Magic. Presented by Loot Crate and Basketball Monster
Josh looks at what was ultimately a disappointing season for the Milwaukee Bucks, but there was some light at the end of the tunnel. He discusses what the late season surge of Giannis Antetokounmpo means, and what the future holds for Greg Monroe. Presented by Loot Crate and Basketball Monster
Cleveland destroys Toronto in Game 6 to bring LeBron James to his 6th straight Finals. How impressive is that accomplishment? For Toronto, what is next this offseason (5:30)? Should they re-sign DeMar DeRozan to a max deal, how close are they to beating Cleveland, and what might they do with the ninth pick to add to their team? Boston has more assets than any good team. We preview their offseason (32:30) and their potential $22 million to $51 million in cap space. Should they go for it this year or keep the powder dry for 2017? What are the chances Amir Johnson, Jonas Jerebko, Evan Turner, Jared Sullinger, and Tyler Zeller return? Finally, a brief preview of OKC/GSW Game 6 (58:00). With host Nate Duncan (@NateDuncanNBA) and Danny Leroux of RealGM, The Athletic and the Sporting News (@DannyLeroux).
Andrew Sharp and Ben Golliver go all in on the wild week of the Thunder-Warriors series, and the stakes for Game 6 Saturday night. They discuss the Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant comments about Stephen Curry, the state of Draymond Green after this series, the contributions of Andrew Bogut and Billy Donovan, and whether the Warriors have enough to survive two more games against the OKC juggernaut. If you want to get in touch with the show, tweet Andrew Sharp at twitter.com/andrewsharp or Ben Golliver at twitter.com/bengolliver, 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 the show on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher and SoundCloud.
The BTPowerhouse staff discusses some early looks at next year's Big Ten and the outcome of the 2016 NBA Draft deadline on the conference. To help facilitate discussion, BTPowerhouse Editor-in-Chief Thomas Beindit hosts and Ryan Blevins and Gianna Marshall join.
On today's episode of The Drop, The Starters discuss the Warriors staving off elimination, the Cavs/Raps series, All-NBA Teams surprises and snubs, and Mike D'Antoni coaching the Rockets. That, plus John Stamos, "Below Deck Mediterranean," night walk high-fives, a Big Crogga Dogga conspiracy, and the five C's of snacking.
Golden State survives to a Game 6. What defensive adjustments made it possible, and what are their chances against the Thunder on the road? Mike D'Antoni and David Fizdale are hired in Houston and Memphis, respectively (23:00). Plus, a look at the Pacers' offseason. (39:00) Should they re-sign Ian Mahinmi, and how should they use their $24-$31 million in cap space? With host Nate Duncan (@NateDuncanNBA) and Danny Leroux of RealGM, The Athletic and the Sporting News (@DannyLeroux).
On Thursday's episode of The Starters, the guys discuss the Cavs crushing the Raps, late-night casino hangs, and the new All-NBA Teams. That, plus Clippers guard Jamal Crawford joins to discuss his storied career, Sixth Man of the Year hardware, weird headbands, and his LA teammates crossing over into other professions.
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Did the new NBA Draft rules work? What is Mississippi State's Malik Newman doing? Is Kentucky's Marcus Lee smart to transfer? Gary Parrish, Matt Norlander and Sam Vecenie tackle those questions on this episode of the Eye on College Basketball podcast. And they also run through the preseason Top 25 (and one) before discussing possible All-Americans, too.
Justin, Kevin and Tim Talk about the NBA playoffs, how OKC is beating the Warrors, Should the Cavs be scared... Why Bradly Beal will get a max... Some hot takes from reddit and Mailbag! DriveandDishpodcast.com (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram)
The Friendly Bounce's Wes Goldberg and Chris Barnewall talk about what's new in the NBA, including Bismack Biyombo's market value, what's gotten into the Thunder as they take a 3-1 lead over the Warriors, the Grizzlies hiring a new head coach and the beginning of the Erik Spoelstra coaching tree.
Podcast on the Brink is back for another 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 edition of the show, Morris and ... The post POTB 130: Blackmon Jr. stays, Williams goes appeared first on Inside the Hall | Indiana Hoosiers Basketball News, Recruiting and Analysis.
On Wednesday's episode of The Starters, the guys discuss OKC's dominant Game 4 win, whether the Warriors are done, Steph Curry's health, and possible Steve Kerr adjustments. That, plus Trey hosts an NBA-themed Starters Spelling Bee, and we discuss how the Cavs will look to slow the Raptors' suddenly scorching backcourt.
S2 Ep. 31 "The New Death Lineup" Chuck finds himself gleefully enjoying the Cavs stumbling and Jon discovers he has many people he needs to apologize to. Meanwhile Keith can't get over the Thunder and how they are eviscerating two of the best regular season teams in NBA history. Episode 70 (S2 Ep. 31)
HANG TIME HEADQUARTERS — This is not the blueprint Golden State Warriors All-Star and emotional leader Draymond Green envisioned for the 2016 NBA playoffs. He never imagined going out like this, in the middle of the firestorm for his kick to the nether regions of Thunder big man Steven Adams, his team blitzed by the Oklahoma City Thunder in the Western Conference finals and on the doorstep of elimination if they cannot find a way to slow the Thunder down in Game 5 Thursday at Oracle Arena (9 p.m. ET, TNT). Yet here they are, Green and the Warriors, fighting for their playoff lives against Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook and an Oklahoma City Thunder team that is shining at the right time. It’s desperation for the Warriors, who haven’t been in this position during their two-year dream ride through the regular season and playoffs. Even with the unanimous KIA MVP Stephen Curry and his Splash Brothers partner Klay Thompson healthy and firing away, the Warriors cannot seem to solve the T ...
Today on Believe The Hype, Tom and Benyam break down the Oklahoma City Thunder's 118-94 win over the Golden State Warriors to take a 3-1 series lead in the Western Conference Finals. The guys chat about the Thunder's small-ball line-up dominating the 'death lineup', Russell Westbrook's triple double, how Billy Donovan has used Andre Roberson, Klay Thompson's third quarter shooting outburst and more. Furthermore, the guys discuss how the Warriors can try and come back in this series and look ahead to Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Finals. 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.
We continue our #RussellMania series, a deep dive into the life and career of Bill Russell and the Boston Celtics dynasty, with a discussion of the Celtics’ playoff battles with Oscar Robertson and the Cincinnati Royals (now Sacramento Kings) in the mid-1960s. Jason Mann and Rich Kraetsch talk about Robertson’s brilliance beyond simply his legendary triple-double season, how he smashed the record books, how the Royals were an example of some of the bush-league aspects of the 1960s NBA, the relationship between Robertson and Russell, other key Royals including Jerry Lucas and Jack Twyman, and more.
Wes Goldberg and David Ramil talk about the LeBron James and Kevin Durant to Miami rumors before breaking down some more, uh, realistic free agent options. They also talk about what a team built around Hassan Whiteside looks like, if trading Goran Dragic is a viable option and Dwyane Wade's Snapchat adventures.
Jorge Sedano, Amin Elhassan and Tom Haberstroh break down how OKC continues to dominate Golden State, discuss if the Cavs can bounce back as they return home, react to Joakim Noah's announcement and more.
The Sacramento Kings were once again in the news for all the wrong reasons, but maybe 2016/17 brings with it some optimism. Josh looks back at what happened this season and where fantasy value lies going forward for all current KIngs players. Presented by Basketball Monster and Loot Crate
SLAM's Pete Walsh and Abe Schwadron are joined by Editor in Chief Ben Osborne to talk about his tenure at SLAM and the significance of the upcoming 200th issue. We also talk the Draft Lottery, how embarrassing it is that the same bad coaches keep getting hired and the remaining teams in the playoffs. We also talk to 14-year NBA vet Muggsy Bogues about 'Space Jam,' appearing on 'Curb Your Enthusiasm,' knowing Steph Curry since he's been in diapers, whether or not he's ever dunked and the non-profit he runs in Charlotte, NC.
Oklahoma City puts Golden State on the brink of elimination after their 73-win season. Why was the Thunder small lineup so effective, what is wrong with Stephen Curry and Draymond Green, and can the Warriors do anything differently to salvage the series. We also look at the Dallas Mavericks' offseason (33:00). Will they bring back free agents Chandler Parsons and Dirk Nowitzki, and for how much? How can they use their projected $38.8 million in cap space to lure a center and point guard, and whom should they target? With host Nate Duncan (@NateDuncanNBA) and Danny Leroux of RealGM, The Athletic and the Sporting News (@DannyLeroux).
On Tuesday's episode of The Starters, the guys discuss the Raptors shocking the Cavs/world, what's wrong with Kevin Love, and whether the NBA made the right call in not suspending Draymond. That, plus Bradley Beal's contract hopes, Dwane Casey's sideline antics, and a look at tonight's Game 4 between the Warriors and Thunder.
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The Oklahoma City Thunder went small and blew out the Warriors. After looking completely overmatched for two games, the Toronto Raptors have evened the series with the Cleveland Cavaliers. Yet all anyone wants to talk about is Draymond Green kicking Steven Adams in the nether regions, and how the league handled that. So Kurt Helin and Dan Feldman of NBC Sports start with Green's kick, move on to his poor play in general in Game 3, and discuss Game 4 and the rest of that series. Also covered is Toronto and Cleveland, plus a little talk about Nate McMillan to Indiana and Frank Vogel to Orlando.
Josh looks at a young and exuberant Denver Nuggets team and where we can find fantasy value moving forward, including the second year of rookie sensations Nikola Jokic and Emmanuel Mudiay. Presented by Basketball Monster and Loot Crate
Live from Oklahoma City, Sports Illustrated's Ben Golliver and Rob Mahoney break down Draymond Green's flagrant kick of Steven Adams and the NBA's decision not to suspend the Warriors' All-Star forward for Game 4 of the West finals against the Thunder.
Toronto ties the series with Cleveland at 2 all. Draymond Green avoids suspension, and why that was the right call (25:00). Plus, the New York Knicks (34:00) and Los Angeles Clippers (57:00) offseason cap previews. Can and should the Knicks trade Carmelo Anthony, whom should they target with their projected $28 million in cap space, and how can they bring back Langston Galloway and Lance Thomas. For the Clippers, Jamal Crawford, Jeff Green, and Austin Rivers are free agents; why it's critical the Clippers avoid paying them too much so they can add other pieces to their team, plus what 2017 looks like when Paul and Griffin are free agents. With host Nate Duncan (@NateDuncanNBA) and Danny Leroux of RealGM, The Athletic and the Sporting News (@DannyLeroux).
On Monday's episode of The Starters, the guys have a heated discussion about whether Draymond Green should be suspended for kicking Steven Adams in the groin. That, plus Bones is back to shoot some puns and make some playoff predictions, and we talk to Jared Greenberg, live in Toronto, about the possibility of Jonas Valanciunas returning tonight.