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 Adam Harrington (NBA Skills 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).
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.
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 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.
Host Danny Leroux (@DannyLeroux) and Kevin Pelton of ESPN (@kpelton) preview an exciting weekend of NBA playoff basketball from Spurs/Thunder (1:20), Warriors/Blazers (24:29), Cavs/Hawks (42:23), Pacers/Raptors (45:04) and Hornets/Heat (53:33). They also discuss Luke Walton becoming the next head coach of the Lakers (56:53). Subscribe to RealGM Radio on iTunes or via the XML feed.
We've got two Game 7s coming, despite Kemba Walker's every effort to close out the Heat in six. Josh looks at Friday's games, and then covers the games for both Saturday and Sunday. Presented by Loot Crate and Basketball Monster
On today's episode of Believe The Hype, Tom and Benyam chat about the Miami Heat and Indiana Pacers forcing game sevens against the Charlotte Hornets and Toronto Raptors respectively. The guys discuss Paul George's massive game six including a capitulation of DeMar DeRozan and Kyle Lowry, Dwyane Wade turning back the clock, Kemba Walker's 37 points and run that brought the Hornets back in the game and Purple Shirt Guy. Furthermore, the guys chat about the Portland Trail Blazers 4-2 series win over the Los Angeles Clippers, Austin Rivers becoming a fan favorite, Luke Walton to the Lakers, Views 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.
Friday night sees some big Game 6s across the NBA playoffs — Indiana has the best chance of forcing a Game 7 — but everyone is looking ahead to Oklahoma vs. San Antonio in the next round. Kurt Helin and Dan Feldman of NBCSports.com discuss those series, the Friday night Game 6 matchups, and if Portland could beat Golden State if the Warriors do not get Stephen Curry back.
On today's episode of The Drop, The Starters discuss playoff injuries, the Rockets upcoming offseason, the Raptors improbable Game 5 comeback, and preview the Thunder/Spurs and Hawks/Cavs second round series. All that, plus future Hall of Famers, NBA accessories, waiter banter, and so much more.
Isaiah Thomas was superb, but it didn't stop the Celtics gettings pounded on their way to a first-round exit Thursday. Josh looks at that game, then onto the pivotal Game 6s for Friday. Presented by Loot Crate and Basketball Monster
Games 6s: MIA/CHA, LAC/POR (23:00), TOR/IND (41:00), Luke Walton to the Lakers (54:00) plus previews of Spurs/Thunder and Blazers/Warriors (1:01:00). With host Nate Duncan (@NateDuncanNBA) and Danny Leroux of RealGM and the Sporting News (@DannyLeroux).
S2 Ep. 27 "Like Packing a Snowball" Keith and Jon lay to rest the Memphis Grizzlies, while Chuck has lost a good bit of his Heat swagger. The playoffs are discussed. Memphis fans stick around for the Grizzlies Epilogue Episode 66 (S2 Ep. 27)
On Thursday's episode of The Starters, the guys discuss whether Dwyane Wade was fouled on the Heat's last chance to tie, the Rockets' vacation plans and likely offseason shakeup, and the Clippers running out of gas versus Lillard and the Blazers. That, plus we celebrate "Take Your Kid To Work Day," and a Drizzy-heavy edition of The Meme Team.
Tim,Kevin and Justin talk about all the Injuries that the Clippers are going thought as well as Curry's injury. They talk about the New Kings logos, the Coach of the year award, and hit some mailbag question! DriveandDishPodcast.com (Twitter, Instagram, Facebook)
Dan and Vince look at Wednesday’s slate and talk general DFS strategy since there are no games on Thursday and no pricing for Friday’s game yet. CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE SHOW ON ITUNES CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE SHOW ON YOUR ANDROID DEVICE
Wes Goldberg and Chris Barnewall talk about the thrilling Game 5 between the Heat and Hornets, the Rockets' season being over and whether they would take James Harden or Dwight Howard on their team. All that, plus who has more value on the trade market for the Clippers, Chris Paul or Blake Griffin, back tatoos and Wes puts on his Heat hat.
Ti Windisch (@TiWindisch) joins Shawn (@shawn_woods15) on the Thunderous Transmissions Podcast. Ti and Shawn start with some talk about the Milwaukee Bucks, including whether the Bucks or the Timberwolves have the better young core. The two then talk about the upcoming series featuring the Oklahoma City Thunder and the San Antonio Spurs, and whether or not Enes Kanter will have a big impact against the frontcourt of San Antonio. Ti and Shawn end the pod talking about the rest of the series, giving predictions on each one.
Amin Elhassan and Tom Haberstroh discuss the trouble that the Heat and Clippers find themselves in, the Warriors' dismantling of the Rockets and more. Plus, a conversation with Hall of Famer George Gervin.
Charlotte guts out Game 5 in Miami, Golden State rolls into the next round, a Houston postmortem, plus Nate and Danny pick their Worst Team All-Defense rosters from the 2015-16 season. With host Nate Duncan (@NateDuncanNBA) and Danny Leroux of RealGM and the Sporting News (@DannyLeroux).
On Wednesday's episode of The Starters, the guys discuss the Raptors' improbable fourth quarter comeback, Drake's sideline (and social media) antics, and whether the Clippers should look to trade Blake Griffin or Chris Paul this offseason. That, plus NBA tattoos, Jason Terry's Game 5 guarantee, and Dwight-to-Dallas rumors.
HANG TIME HEADQUARTERS — The “Clippers Curse” seems all too real these days for Doc Rivers and his crew. You lose Blake Griffin to a quad injury for the remainder of the playoffs after losing Chris Paul (broken hand), on the same night, and yes, you are entitled to believe in any urban legend you’d like if you are a Los Angeles Clippers fan. Rivers still has a chance to do the unthinkable and guide his team to the conference semifinals without Griffin and Paul in uniform. It’ll require him trusting the role players and supporting cast in ways no coach has had to in years. It’s up to you Jamal Crawford, J.J. Redick, and Austin Rivers. And you Paul Pierce, Jeff Green and DeAndre Jordan. And yes, even you Cole Aldrich. It’s going to take everyone for the Clippers to survive the Portland Trail Blazers in this first round series and that still might not be enough to get past Damian Lillard, C.J. McCollum and their suddenly confident supporting cast. That curse … it’s real. We discuss th ...
Andrew Sharp and Ben Golliver return for another episode of the Open Floor Podcast. They discuss the Chris Paul injury, trading Blake Griffin, Scott Brooks as the coach of the Washington Wizards, potential candidates for the Lakers head coaching vacancy, the highly anticipated Spurs-Thunder series and, of course, Drake. 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 the recently signed broadcasting deal between the Big Ten and FOX, recently 2016 NBA Draft updates, and Josh Jackson's commitment to Kansas. To help facilitate discussion, BTPowerhouse Editor-in-Chief Thomas Beindit hosts.
Is North Carolina going to get off easy with the NCAA? And what are we to make of all of these underclassmen making themselves eligible for the NBA Draft? Gary Parrish discusses those things and more with Matt Norlander and Sam Vecenie on this episode of the Eye on College Basketball podcast.
SLAM's Pete Walsh, Abe Schwadron and Adam Figman talk the first round of the NBA Playoffs, Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook and Draymond Green's interactions with the media and NBA players cell phone use. Fifteen year veteran Kendall Gill joins the show to discuss going up against Michael Jordan, almost joining the Lakers, playing tennis against Pete Sampras, his professional boxing career and his classic appearance on Nickelodeon's 'My Brother and Me.'
Amid the recent news of injuries to Steph Curry, Chris Paul and Blake Griffin, the Over and Back Classic NBA Podcast takes a deep dive into the history of major NBA playoff injuries affecting NBA Title runs. Players and teams include Derrick Rose's ACL tear in 2012 closing the Chicago Bulls' title window, Oklahoma City's run to back-to-back Finals being handed a blow when Russell Westbrook went down, John Havlicek's injury preventing Boston from becoming the pre-eminent dynasty of the 70s, Isiah Thomas and Magic Johnson in 1987 and 1988 respectively, Chris Webber and Dirk Nowitzki in 2003 as well as many more.
Paul George was enourmous, but the Raptors pulled off a potential series stealing comeback. Josh looks at that, the rest of Tuesday's news and then previews Wednesday's games and helps to set your DFS lineup. Presented by Loot Crate and Basketball Monster
The Clippers' present and future in light of the injuries to Chris Paul and Blake Griffin, a deep dive on the Raptors incredible comeback against the Pacers (16:30) , Celtics/Hawks (46:30) and Monday's Heat/Hornets (55:30) . With host Nate Duncan (@NateDuncanNBA) and Danny Leroux of RealGM and the Sporting News (@DannyLeroux).
On Tuesday's episode of The Starters, the guys discuss what Chris Paul's hand injury means to the Clippers, both now and in the future. That, plus Steve Kerr wins Coach of the Year, Jeremy Lin's shrug, KD and Westbrook blast the Mavs, and a quick look at tonight's pivotal Game 5's in Toronto and Atlanta.
The guys break down Monday’s action and then look ahead at Tuesday’s DFS slate. Also, if you want to compete against Vince Miracle, Aaron Bruski and others try our free Hoop Ball contest over at FanDuel. CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE SHOW ON ITUNES CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE SHOW ON YOUR ANDROID DEVICE
With the Toronto Raptors and Indiana Pacers deadlocked at two games apiece, there’s ample anxiety around the Raptors and their fan base. And it’s only natural for a franchise that has struggled mightily in recent postseason play. Paul George’s stifling defense and explosive offense have certainly not made life easy for the No. 2 seed. However, both our guests, The Score’s Lead Basketball Editor, Joseph Casciaro, and Ben Gibson, Assistant Editor for Pacers blog 8 Points, 9 Seconds, agree that the Raptors will emerge victorious and go on to explain why. Delectable excerpts can be found below: 2:14-2:37 Joe Casciaro on DeMar DeRozan’s struggles on both sides of the ball: “They’ve gotta to get something from DeMar DeRozan, because right now they’re literally getting nothing. He’s been awful offensively; Paul George has dominated him on that end with his defense. The other thing, too, is DeMar’s been very inattentive on the defensive end. He’s never been a great defender. He’s not the k ...
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 Inside the ... The post POTB 126: McSwain’s impact and Blackmon Jr.’s decision to test NBA waters appeared first on Inside the Hall | Indiana Hoosiers Basketball News, Recruiting and Analysis.
Your podcast for the Miami Heat's playoff run, Wes Goldberg (@wcgoldberg) and David Ramil (@dramil13) offer insightful observations and off-topic banter. On this episode, they are joined by Chris Barnewall (@ChrisBarnewall), a writer at Hardwood Paroxysm and editor of the Charlotte Hornets blog At The Hive, to talk about the series from the Hornets perspective. Then Wes and David break off to talk about some possible adjustments that Heat fans can expect in Game 5 Wednesday in Miami. The Heat Check podcast is available on iTunes and is a proud part of the Hardwood Paroxysm Basketball Network on BlogTalkRadio.
Playoffs, Pitbull, Playoffs, Atari, Playoffs, Steph Curry, Playoffs, Chris Paul, Playoffs and more Playoffs. Did we mention Playoffs? CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE SHOW ON ITUNES CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE SHOW ON YOUR ANDROID DEVICE
Kevin, Justin and Tim talk about Cj McCollum's MIP award, The Matchups in round two of the NBA Playoffs, Melo skipping Jacksons camp, and some players Opting Out of their contracts! DriveandDishPodcast.com (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter)
Russel Westbrook turned in a superstar performance, despite proclamations from Mark Cuban that he is just "an All-Star". Josh looks at the Thunder closing out the series and previews Tuesday's pair of NBA games for DFS. Presented by Loot Crate and Basketball Monster.
Jared Dubin and Seth Partnow discuss how injuries are affecting the NBA playoffs. Topics include Chris Paul's fractured hand and how it (as well as Blake Griffin's quad injury and J.J. Redick's heel injury) affects the Clippers' series against the Blazers and their offseason plans, Stephen Curry's sprained knee and how it affects the Warriors' championship run, and the injuries to Hassan Whiteside, Nicolas Batum, Avery Bradley, and Kelly Olynyk.
On Monday's episode of The Starters, the guys discuss what Stephen Curry's knee injury means to the Warriors' title chances, as well as the rest of the NBA. That, plus a look ahead at tonight's Heat/Hornets game, and Weekend Whoopsies!
Stephen Curry's sprained knee seems to have change the feeling of inevitability around the NBA playoffs. If the past and soon to be again MVP misses a chunk of the second round series, can the Clippers upset the Warriors? Can the Clippers get past the Blazers to even find out? Kurt Helin and Sean Highkin of NBC Sports discuss that and all the playoff series around the league in this podcast. They also talk about the Lakers' coaching search.
MK Bower joins Dave Hardisty at the Toyota Center after the Rockets fell 121-94 at home in Game 4 of their first round playoff series with the Golden State Warriors, falling behind 3-1 in the series. The two discuss the ups and downs of Game 4, Stephen Curry’s injury, the differences between the two teams, what positives have come out of the series that made it worth the draft pick sacrifice and the future of the Houston Rockets.
We discuss Bill Russell's childhood, college career, life off the court, post-playing career and his extensive civil rights activism with Dr. Aram Goudsouzian, author of “King of the Court: Bill Russell and the Basketball Revolution.” We discuss the events of Russell's childhood that shaped his life including his mother's death when he was 12, the unique way he developed his game on defensive, his time at the University of San Francisco, the significance of him rejecting the Harlem Globetrotters and blazing a trail for black NBA superstars, how he dealt with racism among fans and media members, speaking out against NBA quotas of black players, visiting Mississippi during the Freedom Summer in 1964, his views on Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X, writing a Sports Illustrated article in support of Muhammad Ali, his work to support integration in Boston schools, why he opposed signing autographs and rejected the Basketball Hall of Fame, his post-playing life trying to break into Ho ...