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The official podcast of theeasymode.com, home of your favorite video game, movie, and music news and reviews. Join our rotating cast of Mark, Russ, Tyler, Giang and Steve as they talk about games they've played over the past week, their favorite theeasymode.com posts, answer readers' questions, and more. We're 95% console gamers. Recommended for fans of the Joystiq, 1up, Destructoid, IGN.com, Kotaku, X3F, Host Migration, X-Play, Game Informer, Rebel FM, Gamepro Conversation, Freelancers, Gia ...
Amin Elhassan of ESPN, who worked with Cavs GM David Griffin and Warriors head coach Steve Kerr when they were both with the Phoenix Suns, has a unique perspective on the NBA Finals. He is scratching his head trying to figure out what Kerr was doing with his lineup in Game 3.By Bloguin
Former NBA star and current TNT Brent Barry talks about the remarkable rise of the Oklahoma City Thunder, the as remarkable struggles of the Golden State Warriors, the coaches for whom he played, and growing up the son of an absentee NBA dad.By Bloguin
Before Woj, before Marc Stein, before Marc Spears, before any of the NBA national reporters we all follow on Twitter, there was Peter Vecsey. If you're old enough to have watched the NBA in the 90's, you remember him as the know-everything guy on NBC's broadcasts. Vecsey retired from the New York Post in 2011, and lives on Long Island with his wife…
Crossover Chronicles writer John Cannon (@JCannonSports) talks with long-time Warriors radio play-by-play announcer Tim Roye (@Warriorsvox). Subjects include Luke Walton's hiring by the Lakers, the importance of Andre Iguodala and Shaun Livingston to the Warriors, and the way the Warriors' culture has changed since Joe Lacob and Peter Guber bought …
Marc Spears of ESPN's "The Undefeated" talks with Crossover Chronicles writer John Cannon about the Golden State Warriors and the NBA Playoffs.By Bloguin
Crossover Chronicles writer John Cannon visits with San Francisco Chronicle columnist Bruce Jenkins about the Golden State Warriors and other things NBA. Recorded on April 22, 2016.By Bloguin
John Cannon on FSR - 72nd Win by BloguinBy Bloguin
John Cannon of Crossover Chronicles visits with Arnie Spanier on Fox Sports Radio on March 26th, 2016. Topics include the Arizona D-backs stadium fiasco, the legacy of Joe Garagiola, and the Warriors and Spurs coming to the end of the season.By Bloguin
On the first podcast of 2016, Sean Woodley and Joe Manganiello chat about whether or not the Hornets should consider trading Nic Batum, Danny Leroux's piece suggesting the Clippers trade Chris Paul, Sam Mitchell's role with the developing Timberwolves and the Raptors' impending decision to bring back DeMar DeRozan or let him walk.…
Sean Woodley and Joe Manganiello convene for a podcast about the Warriors going 98-0, the revamped Charlotte Hornets, how the Boston Celtics are winning with a roster of decent-not-great players, whether or not this NBA season has been a let down, the idea of a secondary FA Cup-style NBA tournament and the sadness that is the Lakers and Sixers.…
This week, Sean Woodley and Joe Manganiello re-cap the opening week-and-a-bit of the NBA season. After paying tribute to Grantland, the guys chat about the surprisingly feisty Orlando Magic, unfairly comparing rookies to Hall-of-Famers, the undefeated Toronto Raptors and the extraterrestrial joy that is Stephen Curry. They also introduce a new segm…
The NBA Season is finally here! And to get you ready for the 2015-16 campaign, Sean Woodley and Joe Manganiello run through their favourite and least-favourite things about the 15 Western Conference Teams.By Bloguin
The NBA Season is finally here! And to get you ready for the 2015-16 campaign, Sean Woodley and Joe Manganiello run through their favourite and least-favourite things about the 15 Eastern Conference Teams.By Bloguin
Sean Woodley and Joe Manganiello reconvene for an abbreviated podcast in which the guys chat about the latest injury news in the NBA, the Crossover Chronicles Rookie Poll and whether or not the Detroit Pistons should be considered favorites for the Eastern Conference's eighth seed.By Bloguin
Sean Woodley is joined by CC writer Joe "Magneto" Manganiello to discuss Swamp Rabbits, Mad Ants, and other bizarre sports team names before addressing Sean's predictions for seeds 6-15 in the West and Joe's Top-5 NBA teams to never win a title.By Bloguin
Sean Woodley is joined by CC writer Joe Manganiello to discuss Sean's predictions for the bottom of the Eastern Conference, the LA Clippers' incredible off-season and the sad news about Dante Exum's knee. Joe also endures Sean's delusional "Kevin Durant to Toronto" pipe-dreaming.By Bloguin
Sean Woodley is joined by fellow CC writer Joe Manganiello to discuss rap beefs, Sean' early predictions for the Eastern Conference playoff picture, the strange jerseys that inexplicably made it past focus group phases in the '90s and the growth of international basketball.By Bloguin
Sean Woodley is joined by Bart Doan for a mini emergency pod discuss the absurdity that is the DeAndre Jordan free agency situation and Bart's unfamiliarity with emojis.By Bloguin
Sean Woodley is joined by CC writer Joe Manganiello to provide a full-scale breakdown their favorite and least favorite moves of the first week of free agency before answering a few listener questions.By Bloguin
In the seventh and final part of CC - The Podcast's Off-season Preview series Sean Woodley is joined by Joe Manganiello to chat about the Clippers pivotal off-season and Tony Xypteras to discuss the Denver Nuggets.By Bloguin
In Part #6 of the Crossover Chronicles Off-season Preview, Sean Woodley chats with three CC writers; Bart Doan (Pistons), Joe Manganiello (Rockets) and Jared Mintz (Heat) as well as Justin Rowan of FeartheSword.com (Cavs).By Bloguin
In the fifth installment of the Crossover Chronicles off-season preview, Sean Woodley talks with Ross Bentley of Sportzedge.com (Mavericks), CC writer John Cannon (Warriors), CC writer Joe Manganiello (Rockets) and William Lou of The Score (Jazz).By Bloguin
Sean Woodley is joined by CC writer Joe Manganiello to break down all things NBA Draft including the Knicks adding Kristaps Porzingis and Jerian Grant, the curious selection of Frank Kaminsky by the Hornets, the good fortune of the Miami Heat and Golden State Warriors and so much more.By Bloguin
In Part 4 of our off-season preview series, Sean Woodley chats with CC writer Bryan Gibberman (Knicks), Russell Peddle of NumberFire.com (Thunder), Joseph Casciaro of The Score (Raptors), Oleh Kosel of TheBirdWrites.com (Pelicans), as well as return guest Tony Xypteras (Celtics) and CC writer Bart Doan (Pacers). It's a long one.…
For the third installment of the Crossover Chronicles Off-season preview, Sean Woodley chats with a trio of CC writers: Bryan Gibberman touches on the Suns, Joseph Nardone commiserates about the Lakers and Joe Mangianello addresses the potentially busy Spurs. Sean is also joined by Zach Harper of CBSSports.com to talk about the Timberwolves and SB …
In Part 2 of the Crossover Chronicles Off-season Preview, Sean Woodley talks about the Sixers with CC writer Joseph Nardone, the Wizards with Jake Whitacre of Bullets Forever, the Grizzlies with CC writer Joe Mangianello, the Bucks with Eric Buenning of Brew Hoop and the Nets with Devin Kharpertian of The Brooklyn Game.…
Crossover Chronicles writer John Cannon and San Francisco Chronicle Columnist Bruce Jenkins wrap up the just-completed NBA FinalsBy Bloguin
In Part 1 of the Crossover Chronicles Off-Season Preview Podcasts, Sean Woodley discusses the Kings with CC Writer Tony Xypteras, the Hornets with Adi Joseph of The Sporting News, the Magic with CC Writer Mike Ferguson and the Trail Blazers with Chris Lucia of Blazers Edge.By Bloguin
CC Writer John Cannon sits down with Sports Illustrated's Phil Taylor to put a wrap on the 2015 NBA Finals.By Bloguin
Crossover Chronicles writer John Cannon chats with SF Chronicle columnist Bruce Jacobs prior to Game 6 of the NBA Finals.By Bloguin
Sean Woodley is joined by fellow Crossover Chronicles writers Joe Manganiello and Joseph Nardone to break down a thrilling Game 5 of the NBA Finals, discuss whether or not we appreciate the greatness of LeBron James enough and who should take home Finals MVP honors.By Bloguin
John Cannon chats with Bay Area radio and podcast host Matt Steinmetz about the NBA Finals.By Bloguin
Interview with Bruce Jenkins of the San Francisco Chronicle from Cleveland on June 10, 2015.By Bloguin
Sean Woodley is joined by SI.com's Ben Golliver to chat about the outrageously entertaining first two games of the NBA Finals, the unbelievable level LeBron James is playing at, the lack of crunch time minutes for Andrew Bogut and Timofey Mozgov, Ben's incredible luck during the playoffs and much more.…
Sean Woodley is joined by Blake Murphy of The Score to discuss the upcoming NBA Draft. Topics include the Karl Towns-Jahlil Okafor debate, the depth of this year's class compared to 2014's lauded group of draftees, Phil Jackson's apparent infatuation with Trey Lyles and so much more.By Bloguin
Sean Woodley and John Cannon are joined by former Oakland Tribune reporter Dave Newhouse and San Francisco Chronicle columnist Bruce Jenkins to talk about the 1975 Warriors, preview the upcoming Finals and more.By Bloguin
Sean Woodley(@WoodleySean) and John Cannon(@JCannonSports) preview the NBA Finals with long-time Golden State Warriors radio voice Tim Roye and Cleveland Cavaliers General Manager David Griffin.By Bloguin
In Episode 1 of Crossover Chronicles: The Podcast, Sean Woodley and John Cannon break down the Warriors magical season, the impact of Steve Kerr in his first season as head coach, and John draws comparisons between this year's Dubs and the 1975 team that won the NBA Title. They also talk about David Lee's future with the team and whether or not the…
Crystal Ball Run managing editor Kevin McGuire is joined by Tom Luginbill, ESPN's national recruiting director, to discuss storylines leading up to National Signing Day (February 5, 2014) and ESPNU's extensive coverage coming throughout the day.
Crystal Ball Run managing editor Kevin McGuire is joined by Mark Ennis of SB Nation and ESPN 680 in Louisville, Kentucky to look at the legacy of Charlie Strong, the hiring of Bobby Petrino and the decision to head to the NFL by Teddy Bridgewater as well as the future of the program as they head in to the ACC.…
Crystal Ball Run's Kevin McGuire and Aaron Torres look back on the legacy of the Bowl Championship Series following Florida State's victory in the final BCS championship game. Did the system work, and should it be criticized any more than any other postseason format in sports?
Bud Elliott from TomahawkNation.com and SBNation.com joins Kevin McGuire of CrystalBallRun.com to discuss Florida State's return to the national championship conversation after years away from it. The two take a look at how Florida State has been constructed in recent years and look ahead to this weekend's game between Florida State and Miami as we…
Crystal Ball Run's Kevin McGuire is joined by Jack Jorgensen, Fansided.com's lead college football editor and staff writer for Saturday Blitz, to touch on some of the big news around college football this week and discuss what's next for Miami and more.
Phil Steele of PhilSteele.com joins Kevin McGuire to preview some of the top games this coming weekend, including Clemson-Florida State and UCLA-Stanford, and to discuss some other college football topics of note. Steele's appearance is sponsored by Capital One and the Capital One Mascot Challenge.
Matt Zemek from College Football News discusses his thoughts on the college football playoff selection committee, the strength of the Pac 12 and more with Crystal Ball Run's Kevin McGuire.
The second week of the college football season turned out to be pretty interesting. Miami and Michigan put together some big wins at home, while Texas and USC are left trying to clear out from the rubble after embarrassing losses. This week's episode marks the return of Aaron Torres to the podcasting world as he joins Kevin to recap some of the bet…
We have a changing of the guard at Crystal Ball Run as Allen Kenney passes on the hosting duties to Kevin McGuire. The two also touch on some of the big games in college football's opening weekend. ESPN's Kirk Herbstreit also joins the show for a few minutes to discuss the upcoming season and the AllState Ultimate Roadtrip Sweepstakes.…
Matt Zemek of College Football News joins the CBR podcast to preview some of the most compelling stories heading into the 2013 college football season.
NCAA expert John Infante of athleticscholarships.net and CBR's Allen Kenney discuss the allegations that Texas A&M's Heisman-winning quarterback Johnny Manziel sold his autograph to memoribilia dealers, as well as latest news from the NCAA.
Dave Bartoo of CFBMatrix.com joins Crystal Ball Run for a podcast debunking the myths of preseason polls and strength of schedule.