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Best Finalfour podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Finalfour podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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I've wanted to get Rashad Phillips on the podcast to chat for a while, so I got on the phone with him today to chat about some of the guards in the 2020 NBA Draft. We disagree a lot! We both like LaMelo Ball, but have very different evaluations on RJ Hampton. We like Grant Riller, but disagree on Jahmi'us Ramsey. All that and more on all of the gua…
 
In this episode, I chatted with former NBA agent Matt Babcock from over at Babcock Hoops. We chatted about the top of this draft class, the point guard group, the big men, the weakness of the wing class, and some of the guys you would pound the table for in this class in the second round. We ran through just about everyone in an hour.…
 
In this episode, I chat with Dieter Kurtenbach. First, we discuss the G League's initiative to pay high school prospects to turn pro. Why I like the idea of it, but am a bit skeptical going forward. Second, we chat about The Last Dance, and how great it is while also not bringing anything new to the table. Finally, we chat about the NFL Draft for a…
 
It's one of the greatest finishes in NCAA Championship game history and T.J. Rives and Ari Russell were there in Houston, as Villanova's Kris Jenkins made the game winning three pointer at the buzzer as the Wildcats won their 2nd ever title. Hear the guys re-live the moment, including Ari being on the floor immediately after around the celebration …
 
It's another edition of the Nation's College Basketball show and host T.J. Rives is serving up some great guests and stories, even though we don't have a 2020 Final Four. First, legendary voice of the UConn Huskies, Joe D'Ambrosio, comes on to talk UConn's four national title wins that he called and was part of from 1999-2014. Hear him talk about t…
 
In this episode, actual basketball content! We break down the NBA Awards we would vote for if the season ends today (and it looks like it might). MVP, All-NBA, DPOY, all the good stuff. But we open on a couple of things, including a hilarious scuttled Knicks-Hornets deal, and the sham that is the NCAA's agency accreditation process. Finally, we tal…
 
We're still trying to get through not having the 2020 NCAA Tourney, but host T.J. Rives and his special guests are here to reminisce about great moments past in the Sweet 16 and the Elite 8 through the last 40 years or so. First, hear Memphis play by play man Dave Woloshin, who also hosts afternoon radio on the all sports station in town, is on boa…
 
In this episode, Dieter Kurtenbach joins. We went heavy on the US response to the coronavirus epidemic for the first 21 minutes. If you're not interested in listening to complaints about the federal government's response to COVID-19, then skip to the 21:00 mark. Then, we chat about Josh Harris and the 76ers trying to convince their employees to tak…
 
It's a bizarre situation that we're all in with no "March Madness" due to the outbreak worldwide and in the U.S. of the Coronavirus. So, we are making due with another special opening round edition of reminiscing about past tourneys on our show! Host T.J. Rives has special guests as Hall of Fame basketball writer Mike DeCourcy of the Sporting News …
 
Bummed that there's no "March Madness??" Aren't we all. So, we decided to do a little "group therapy" edition on the nation's college hoop show without a "Selection Sunday" bracket reveal. Host T.J. Rives is joined by analyst Mark Wise of ESPN/Tunein and DeShaun Tate of 92.9 FM "The Game" the All Sportsradio station in Atlanta and "Tate's Take" the…
 
The 76ers remain the most fascinating team in the league to me, so I decided to make Derek Bodner come on and chat about it. He's the most plugged-in person in the market, so if he can't figure it out, no one can, right? We leave no stone unturned, chatting about the Al Horford fit, the Ben Simmons-Joel Embiid fit, the offensive concerns, has the d…
 
In this episode, I'm joined by Jovan Buha from The Athletic, and we chat about the NBA now that we've hit the proverbial "Second Half." We start on the Brooklyn Nets with news of Kyrie Irving being out for the year. How does this affect the rest of their season? But more importantly, how does this affect their future planning with Kevin Durant comi…
 
In this episode, Jim Root from the Three Man Weave joins, and we start with All-Star weekend, breaking down what we thought of the increase competitiveness of the event this year. Then, we move to John Beilein, chatting about why this thing didn't work, why I don't expect him to coach the Cavs again, and what could happen with him next? Then we get…
 
In this episode, I get with Rob Dauster over at NBC Sports and we chat about a few different topics. We open with 15 minutes on Kobe Bryant, then we move on to discuss Coach K yelling at the Duke fans like a crazy person because it's hilarious. Finally, we spend the majority of the podcast talking about prospects. Who has impressed Rob? What do we …
 
In this episode, I'm joined by Dieter Kurtenbach, where we chat about who should make the 2020 NBA All-Star Game. We run through in categories and by conference. We say who the No-Doubters are, the very likely guys, and the wild cards who could crash the party. Then we chat a bit about movies, about the Oscars, and about the Baseball Hall of Fame a…
 
In this episode, I'm joined by Michael Pina from SB Nation, the Winning Plays Podcast, and the Open Floor podcast. We chatted about a few things. First we hit quickly on the Atlanta-Minnesota deal at the top. Then, we chatted about Kyrie Irving making comments about what he thinks is or is not the future core of the Nets roster, and why naming name…
 
In this episode, Dieter Kurtenbach is back, and we really run the gamut of sports. We talk Green Bay-San Francisco, then Clemson-LSU and Dabo Swinney. Then, we move into the meat of the episode, where we discuss if the NBA Media is Biased toward big markets. Finally, we chat about the Oscars. Or rather, I talk about the Oscars and Dieter nods along…
 
In this episode, Danny Leroux joins the podcast and we chat about Andre Drummond and Chris Paul. First, we break down Andre Drummond potentially moving on from Detroit, particularly potentially to Atlanta. Then, we chat about Drummond and Detroit and whether or not Detroit should do it? Then, we chat about Chris Paul, and Chris Paul's start to the …
 
In this episode, Cole Zwicker and I run through the NBA Trade Market. What are the biggest potential deals on the market? What are our favorite ones that could be under the radar, but could help NBA teams and contenders improve? We run through nearly every team in the league at some point in a free-flowing conversation that goes a lot of different …
 
In this episode, Cole and I break down a few different things. First, Deandre Ayton returned to action against the Clippers last night, so we stop and break down the game. Then, we chat about the Clippers and their overall play this year, particularly since Paul George has been back. We close on NBA Draft news. We chat about LaMelo Ball's injury, C…
 
In this episode, I chat with Cole Zwicker, except the typical format of the podcast gets turned on its head. Cole gets to ask me the questions this time, about my overall opinions on this draft class, some format and philosophy questions on the draft, and more. We talk about the Race for No.1, some sleepers, and some more interesting players across…
 
In this episode, I chat with Cole Zwicker about a variety of topics. First, the Knicks fire David Fizdale. Was it earned? What happens now? Then, the Cavaliers aren't happy with John Beilein. What happens next? Then, we chat Vernon Carey, Paul Reed, Romeo Weems, Terrance Shannon Jr, Yves Pons, and Aaron Wiggins.…
 
In this episode of the podcast, I chat with Dieter Kurtenbach about the top of the Eastern Conference. We start with the Bucks because not enough people are talking about how dominant Milwaukee has been to start the year. Then we move to Miami and its super fun group of players, we talk about the Celtics and their cohesion, the Raptors and the leap…
 
In this podcast, Cole Zwicker and Sam run through their overall thoughts on a big variety of prospects. Somewhat in order of who we discuss: James Wiseman, Tyrese Haliburton, Isaac Okoro, Arizona, Grant Riller, , Florida, Kira lewis, Myles Powell, Aaron Nesmith, Jahmi'us Ramsey, Tyrell Terry, Mason Jones, Franz Wagner…
 
In this episode, Cole Zwicker and I break down a bunch of different college prospects. We start with Anthony Edwards' massive explosion against Michigan State, where he scored 33 points in 15 minutes in the second half. Then, we move on to the Michigan State prospects, including Cassius Winston, Aaron Henry, and Xavier Tillman. Then, in this order,…
 
In this episode, Dieter Kurtenbach joins me to talk about the NBA ratings stuff. Does it matter that the NBA ratings are down? Should the alarm bells be going for the league? Is this an actual issue of viewership? Or is it a monetization problem where the NBA needs to figure out how to sell advertising in regard to internet viewers? Is it a surpris…
 
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