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Best God And Basketball podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best God And Basketball podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Every week Chris Hayes asks the big questions that keep him up at night. How do we make sense of this unprecedented moment in world history? Why is this (all) happening? This podcast starts to answer these questions. Writers, experts, and thinkers who are also trying to get to the bottom of them join Chris to break it all down and help him get a better night’s rest. “Why is this Happening?” is presented by MSNBC and NBCNews Think.
 
A sports podcast about nothing. Sportsfeld is a weekly sports and comedy podcast hosted by Andrew 'The Zubes' Zuber (Yahoo! Canada) and actor Jake Goldsbie (Molly's Game, Degrassi, Bad Jews). Each week Jake and Zubes take an irreverent look at the sports world in an hour long discussion filled with all the humorous overreaction one might come to expect from passionate sports fans. This is serious stuff.
 
BFF Kathy Tu and Tobin Low are super queer, super fun and ready to take over your podcast feed. Join them for provocative stories and frank conversations about the LGBTQ experience today. Because everyone’s a little bit gay. WNYC Studios is a listener-supported producer of other podcasts including Radiolab, Death, Sex & Money, Snap Judgment, On the Media, Here’s the Thing with Alec Baldwin and many others. © WNYC Studios
 
Celtics Stuff Live was the original live interactive webcast produced specifically for Celtics fans. The show originally aired for two hours every Sunday night and featured regular and prominent guests such as Mike Gorman, Sean Grande, Steve Bulpett, Marc Spears, Peter Vecsey, Mark Murphy, Scott Souza, Kelly Dwyer and Gary Tanguay and broadcast on CelticsBlog.com. Justin Poulin was one of the first members of the internet media to be credentialed with access to the locker room. NEW EPISODES ...
 
For centuries, all sorts of people—generals and politicians, athletes and coaches, writers and leaders—have looked to the teachings of Stoicism to help guide their lives. Each day, author and speaker Ryan Holiday brings you a new lesson about life, inspired by the thoughts and writings of great Stoic thinkers like Marcus Aurelius and Seneca the Younger. Daily Stoic Podcast also features Q+As with listeners and interviews with notable figures from sports, academia, politics, and more. Learn m ...
 
“F” in Sports is the podcast where two teachers grade the biggest issues in sports. Parker Ainsworth brings his Lonestar wisdom and Chaka Cummings brings his wit and sarcasm honed on the streets of Harlem. Together, these teachers tackle the athletic issues of the day with humor and hot takes. When it comes to sports, #dontflunkwithus
 
Have you ever been in a living room with your buddies talking sports? Maybe you’re at a pregame or maybe you’re just chilling at friends house, one way or another sports always come up. The next thing you know an hour has gone by and none of you realized it. If you can relate to this at all then THIS is the podcast for you! Come to listen to John Barbieri and Greg Elefterakis cover the sports world like no other podcast is or has!
 
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In today’s episode, Ryan and TV news anchor Billy Bush discuss how to deal with being publicly shamed, the practical use of premeditatio malorum, and what Billy learned from being enmeshed in a significant public controversy. Billy Bush is the current anchor for TV’s Extra, with a career in broadcast journalism spanning over 20 years. He was part o…
 
“Today is the 4th of July. It’s the celebration of the American Declaration of independence, which was signed on this date in 1776. There’s no question that document—inspired as it was by ideas from the Stoics—was an essential one. As we have talked about before, it asserted man’s inalienable rights and began a great experiment in human liberty and…
 
"There’s almost nothing more difficult than other people. They’re just tough. They fall short. They get in our way. They do hurtful things. They surprise and scare and bewilder us. This was true in the ancient world, just as it’s true today.. And perhaps nowhere in life is that challenge greater than in our own families." Ryan describes how Stoicis…
 
Consider the Lakers LOCKED and...Covid (well, we hope not on that 2nd part. Stay safe and wear your masks, everybody!). Buckle-up cus now starts our journey through July to get to actual, tangible NBA Basketball. And with LeBron James and Anthony Davis leading the way - regardless of how wonky the circumstances are, Lakers Nation has to feel optimi…
 
Another day, another episode of Sportsfeld! In this episode the guys start off discussing the true meaning of Canada Day, before jumping in to how important wearing a mask is. Moving on to sports, Zubes asks Jake where the heck are the Toronto Blue Jays going to play in 2020? After that, they both joke about how amazing it is going to be when the M…
 
In today’s episode, Ryan and sculptor E.S. Schubert discuss the purpose of monumental statues and the complex issues surrounding who society venerates and why. E.S. Schubert is a sculptor based in Kansas City. He has designed and sculpted monumental statues for cities, sports teams, and Hall of Famous Missourians. Schubert has also crafted busts fo…
 
Immediately following the release of "Eddie" on ESPN on Monday night, Phillip and Joel offered their immediate reaction to the the documentary. It was raw, it was emotional, it was brutally honest, and there was a lot to take from it. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy SB Nation
 
As protesters across the country continue to march in the wake of the death of George Floyd, a new scrutiny has been placed on our current policing system. Public sentiment has largely swung in favor of police reform, and many would recognize that the current system is in serious need of fixing, if not broken. So, what should be the role of police …
 
"We have fought very hard, together, in an unprecedented display of global and national courage, justice, discipline and wisdom. How many people have been saved from COVID-19? Too many to count. It wasn’t easy. It wasn’t handled perfectly. We didn’t do everything we could have, but we did a lot. You did a lot. But before you congratulate yourself, …
 
Episode 21 This episode, Parker and Chaka look at Bubba Wallace and the potential for long lasting impact he can have versus other athletes in the current civil rights movement. Then, the teachers talk about Zeke Elliot and his complaint regarding the publicizing of his COVID-19 diagnosis; does he have a valid point? Finally, Mr. Ainsworth and Mr. …
 
Team Nancy takes a final stroll down memory lane. Check out our open-sourced Queer Podcasts spreadsheet for more queer shows. To get you started, check out Afroqueer, History is Gay, LGBTQ&A, Flyest Fables, Making Gay History, Gender Reveal, and If These Ovaries Could Talk. Music in this episode by Jeremy S. Bloom, Josh Woodward (Once Tomorrow, Bor…
 
In today’s episode, Ryan discusses how to feel satisfied with what life has brought you—whatever that may be—using the wisdom of the Stoics. This episode is brought to you by the Theragun. The new Gen 4 Theragun is perfect for easing muscle aches and tightness, helping you recover from physical exertion, long periods of sitting down, and more—and i…
 
In today’s episode, Ryan and author and teacher Jessica Lahey talk about how to teach your kids to fail, the process of putting together a book, and more. Sign up for The Stoic Parent, Daily Stoic’s newest course, today: http://dailystoic.com/stoicparent Jessica Lahey is the New York Times bestselling author of The Gift of Failure: How the Best Par…
 
Welp. TURN DI-ON FOR WHAT?! *wank woh-wank, woh-wank, woh-wank-woh-wank* So Avery Bradley won't be rejoining the rest of the Lakers in Orlando (for very understandable and respectable reasons). Where does that leave the Lakers now and how does that affect their Title Chances? Episode Outline: How Confident Are We That the NBA Fully Finishes Out the…
 
"In March, Brent Underwood thought he’d found the perfect place to ride out the pandemic: a small California ghost town he’d been slowly renovating and turning into a resort. It was safe and isolated, beautiful and quiet. Then a freak series of snow storms trapped him there in Cerro Gordo for weeks with dwindling supplies and no running water. His …
 
Jake, Zubes & Baseball Are Back! In this episode the guys discuss the 60-game baseball season (13:00), how it matters to the Toronto Blue Jays (20:00) and is Jake watching soccer (36:00)? After that, it's the of-the-weeks where Jake shares his song of the week (43:00) and Zubes praises local comedian Brandon Ash Mohammed (48:00). Finally the guys o…
 
"If you’ve ever made it to the end of Homer’s Odyssey, you might have noticed a rather strange part of the ending. It’s a part that’s talked about a lot less than the rest of the poem, possibly because it makes so little sense. You see, despite spending every waking second for ten years fighting to get home, despite overcoming nearly insurmountable…
 
In today’s episode, Ryan speaks with Lauryn and Michael Bosstick of The Skinny Confidential, They talk about how they start their days off strong with their morning routines, the value of their time and how they protect it, and how they have changed their lives to not only survive but thrive during the global quarantine. Lauryn and Michael Bosstick…
 
What are you prepared to dismantle? What are you prepared to build? As we witness this nationwide reckoning on racial disparities in America, these are the questions Sherrilyn Ifill, President of the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, wants us to ask ourselves. In her work, she sees how the strength of each movement is built atop the ones that have come bef…
 
"It’s tempting to tell yourself that we don’t have a problem. That you don’t have to get involved. This doesn’t affect your community. It’s not actually that big of a deal. Look at these numbers instead, a commenter whispers. But what about this other case or that one, they say. I’m not an activist, you think. I don’t want to step on anyone’s toes,…
 
Early on Monday morning, Cade Cunningham put out a video on social media confirming he will be coming to Oklahoma State to play the 2020-2021 season despite the postseason ban that was handed down by the NCAA. Phillip and Joel gave their initial reaction in a quick episode this afternoon. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoic…
 
Episode 20 The teachers are excited to celebrate both Father's Day and Juneteenth- and Mr. Cummings is about to head out on vacay! Before he runs, Both he and Mr. Ainsworth discuss whether players should reconsider the July 31st restart based on Kyrie Irving's concerns. Then, Chaka and Parker discuss if Colin Kaepernick is, of all things, a Patriot…
 
"It’s incredible to think of what has occurred in the last twenty years. The tech bubble. 9/11. The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. The Great Recession. The Syrian Civil War. The Arab Spring. And now the COVID-19 Pandemic, and unprecedented protests and clashes between authorities and civilians. Even the last few months, as people have come to joke, …
 
“How do we emulate the great parents of history? How do we work on improving ourselves at this essential job? The one for which we are given next to no training, for which many of us had less than ideal models for in our own childhood?” Ryan talks about the importance of preparation for the role of a parent—and discusses a great way you can make yo…
 
In today’s episode, Ryan and Brett McKay, founder of The Art of Manliness (https://www.artofmanliness.com/), talk about being a parent in the age of COVID-19, the changing definition of manliness, and more. Sign up for The Stoic Parent, Daily Stoic’s newest course, today: http://dailystoic.com/parenting Brett McKay is founder and editor-in-chief of…
 
"All this reading, all these quotes. This love of learning, our fascination with books. No one is saying it’s a bad thing. Because it isn’t. Still, it’s worth using, from time to time, a quip from Steven Pressfield’s Gates of Fire on yourself." Learn about that quip in today's Daily Stoic Podcast. *** If you enjoyed this week’s podcast, we’d love f…
 
Phillip and Joel start off the episode by discussing the apology video that was posted by Mike Gundy on Tuesday evening. They talk about their reactions and what the the next steps they want to see the program take. After the break, they discuss the transfers of Yor Anei and Hidde Roessink, as well as the players who have announced they are staying…
 
"We’d like to think that our mind is our friend, but of course it isn’t. The Stoics knew this. The mind wants to jump to conclusions. The mind wants us to get worked up. The mind wants not to be challenged, not to have to admit it was wrong. That’s why they worked so hard to question their assumptions, to build strategies for questioning their own …
 
Jake and Zubes are back to discuss the potential return of Major League Baseball (15:00), Blue Jays new draft pick Austin Martin (31:00) and Kyrie and Durant fight against the league reopening (40:00). After that, it's the of-the-weeks and mailbags, where the guys talk about their fears of the dentist (1:12:00), their favourite bodies of water (1:1…
 
"Is a Stoic stingy and frugal about everything? Some take it that way, but that’s probably the incorrect view. Instead, a Stoic should think both about eliminating needless expenses as well as spending liberally on the things that matter." Ryan discusses the one thing that a Stoic can always justify spending money on, on today's Daily Stoic Podcast…
 
In today’s episode, Ryan and Ben Hardy, the author and organizational psychologist, talk about the path of self-improvement, being a parent to foster children, and how to make permanent positive change. Ben Hardy is an organizational psychologist who has written multiple books and articles on the power of changing your personality to achieve succes…
 
Phillip is joined by CRFF contributor Robert Whetsell as well as Oklahoman sports writer Scott Wright. They discuss Oklahoma State's situation from Monday involving a picture of Gundy that surfaced, Chuba Hubbards thought on that picture as well as the video between Hubbard and Gundy that was a result of the day's events. They also talk about what …
 
If you want to understand the conversation around abolishing the police, you should start here. We can’t think of a better time for an encore presentation of this 2019 episode with Mariame Kaba on how to radically rethink our approach to public safety and what it would look like if we got rid of the criminal justice system as we know it. What if we…
 
"It’s not that our ancestors didn’t know what was right, it was that they had trouble fully getting there. In the opening pages of Meditations, Marcus Aurelius describes how the early Stoics like Thrasea, Helvidius, and Cato inspired him to believe in a 'society of equal laws, governed by equality of status and of speech, and of rules who respect t…
 
Episode 19 This week, Mr. Ainsworth and Mr. Cummings go all in on the NBA! The teachers talk about the favorites to win the title in this condensed COVID season. Then, Parker and Chaka get heated over whether the NBA should take the post season into account when deciding the 2020 season's awards. Finally, they wrap up by talking about Rookie of the…
 
WE ARE BACK! ...Somewhat...Maybe? Possibly? We'll see? All we know is - Goofy and Donald Duck double-teams in the post or not, this is at least the CLOSEST we've gotten in the last 3 months to any sort of signs that basketball, the NBA, and the Lakers may be returning. So..."we", as the Lakers Legacy Podcast, are back (kinda) to talk about it! Epis…
 
In today’s episode, Ryan reads an excerpt from Stillness Is the Key, describing the importance of actually taking action and living the way that your philosophy would direct you to act. This episode is brought to you by Athletic Greens. Athletic Greens is a custom formulation of 75 vitamins, minerals, and other whole-food sourced ingredients that m…
 
I’m sorry for the break I took I was off making more content for you guys. I should have said it but I also started a YouTube channel (2 of them and will be soon doing podcasts on camera. I am already doing reactions on the other. The channels are PA Chris (Reactions) and the other is NJ Chris for my eventual video podcasts. Love you guys and wash …
 
In today’s episode, Ryan and University of Texas basketball coach Shaka Smart talk about focusing on what you can control, how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected college basketball, and more. Coach Shaka Smart has been involved with college basketball since 1995 and has been a head coach since 2009. In 2011, he led the VCU Rams to a historic Final …
 
Over and over again, the Stoics remind us how weak we are compared to the force of nature and the whims of nature. Why get angry at the world, Marcus asks—quoting Euripedes—as if the world would notice? Seneca pokes fun at Claudius and his absurd delusion to immortalize himself. His impotent declaration of war against the sea and command to his sol…
 
Phillip and Joel were joined by Rob Dauster, college basketball writer for NBC Sports and College Basketball Talk, to talk about the sanctions levied by the NCAA against Oklahoma State. Dauster wrote an article recently about how the NCAA missed the mark on giving Oklahoma State the punishment they did, when Lamont Evans alone committed the crimes …
 
"There’s no question that we are facing a number of pressing issues as a planet: Public health dangers. Homelessness. The rise of authoritarian China. Police brutality. Failures of the regulatory state. It’s an interesting question: Are these crises suddenly coming to a head now? Or is it that we’re just finally noticing them?" Ryan describes the i…
 
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