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All Ball with Doug Gottlieb is part of the Colin Cowherd Podcast Network. All Ball is an unfiltered podcast covering the biggest stories in college basketball and the NBA. Join Doug as he brings his unique perspective as an TV analyst and radio host. In each episode, Doug will give his opinions and discuss the top stories in the NBA and college basketball. Follow Doug on twitter at @GottliebShow and go to theherdnow.com to find the latest content.
 
Locked On Women's Basketball is the only daily podcast covering the world of women's basketball. Join an all-star lineup of hosts as they discuss the latest from the world of women's hoops, from the WNBA to the NCAA and the international circuit. Start your week off with Gabe Ibrahim (Winsidr) and former Miami Hurricanes center Amy Audibert as they recap the weekend that was. Writer and podcaster Erica Ayala (The IX newsletter) brings her critical eye and deep connections to Tuesdays and Thu ...
 
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Host Howard Megdal is joined by The Next's Connecticut Sun beat writer Natalie Heavren to talk about Alyssa Thomas playing through a dislocated shoulder (!!!) and what it means for the team, both in these 2020 WNBA playoffs and the years to come. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Erica L. Ayala talks to Carolyn Swords, Bill Laimbeer, and more in the WNBA wubble about the Kentucky grand jury decision, the Hoopers Vote campaign, and more for Social Justice Thursdays. Erica joined Renee Washington on Locked on Wizards for more WNBA Playoffs talk. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low …
 
In this episode, Doug explains why he doesn't think Allen Iverson's legacy is above questioning and the viability of college hoop regional bubbles to get through the season. Author Jeff Pearlman joins the pod to discuss his new book 'Three Ring Circus' which gives an unprecedented inside look at the Shaq/Kobe Lakers dynasty. Make sure you download,…
 
Host Lindsay Gibbs is joined by Alexa Philippou of the Hartford Courant to discuss the Las Vegas Aces defeating the Connecticut Sun to even their semifinal series 1-1, and the thrilling Game 1 between the Seattle Storm and Minnesota Lynx, which was won by an Alysha Clark buzzer-beater. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Rock Auto Amazing select…
 
Erica L. Ayala gives you the details of the inconclusive COVID-19 results reported before Game 1 of the Minnesota Lynx vs Seattle Storm semifinals series. Hear what Cathy said earlier today and why the game wasn't forfeited. UPDATE: The league released a statement the reads in part: "The players in question have all undergone extensive additional t…
 
The WNBA Semifinals are here! Well, half of the WNBA Semifinals at least. The Minnesota Lynx-Seattle Storm series was postponed due to inconclusive COVID-19 tests. Gabe Ibrahim and Amy Audibert discuss the postponement as well as the Connecticut Sun beating down the top-seeded Las Vegas Aces. Then, they break down the first and second rounds of the…
 
In this episode, Doug explains why the Celtics reported locker room shouting match between Jaylen Brown and Marcus Smart isn't a big deal, and why LeBron should be the MVP over Giannis. 'Whistleblower' podcast host Tim Livingston on his pod's in-depth investigation into disgraced former ref Tim Donaghy's game fixing scandal and if it ran deeper tha…
 
Host Howard Megdal is joined by Las Vegas Aces point guard Danielle Robinson. The two discuss Las Vegas' ability to overcome key losses, the evolution of Robinson's perimeter game, life in the #wubble and much more. Listen in and get ready for the WNBA semifinals, which begin on Sunday afternoon! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm…
 
In a WNBA season dedicated to the #SayHerName campaign and #BlackLivesMatter, host Erica L. Ayala asked players and coaches for their reaction to the $12 million settlement being offered to Breonna Taylor's family. Breonna Taylor was shot and killed in her home after police officers entered her home under a no knock warrant. Read the New York Times…
 
In this episode, host Lindsay Gibbs (Power Plays, Burn It All Down) talks with Matt Ellentuck (Here's Basketball) about an eventful first round of the WNBA Playoffs. They give you the *full* Shey Peddy hero story that you won't hear anywhere else, look at what went wrong for the Washington Mystics and Chicago Sky, and preview Thursday's Round 2 gam…
 
Click here to subscribe and download all of the latest Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre podcasts! On today's episode, Jason verbally destroys Kawhi Leonard, Doc Rivers and Paul George after the Los Angeles Clippers folded like a cheap tent in Game 7 of their series against the Denver Nuggets. How the heck did the Paper Clips manage to blow a 3-1 l…
 
It's officially WNBA Awards SZN! Erica L. Ayala goes of the league Peak Performers, the AP 2020 WNBA Awards, and a few other regular season awards lists you won't wanna miss! Pepper Persley's panel featuring Erica L. Ayala WSlam 2020 WNBA People's Choice Awards Tamryn Spruill offers her WNBA Awards picks in The New York Times. Here are links for yo…
 
THE WNBA PLAYOFFS ARE HERE! After a crazy weekend, the playoff brackets are set and we are here to break down all of the matchups. Gabe and Amy recap the final weekend of the WNBA regular season and make predictions for each playoff round. First, they get into the Washington Mystics' late season surge on the back of Myisha Hines-Allen and the Las V…
 
In this episode, Doug explains why there would be no going back from a Coach K proposed all inclusive 2021 NCAA Tournament, gives his analysis of the Lakers and Clippers Western Conference Semifinals performances so far, and previews what seems like their inevitable WCF matchup. Oregon St. Asst. - and brother - Gregg Gottlieb joins the pod to discu…
 
Host Howard Megdal is joined by the Atlanta Dream's Shekinna Stricklen. The two discuss Stricklen's path from Arkansas school star to Pat Summitt's Tennessee, right through to a slowly-evolving appreciation of her game in WNBA circles. A lot of conversation centers on shooting, of course, along with what it means to have a woman in charge, from Sum…
 
The final playoff spot is up for grabs with FOUR DAYS left in the 2020 WNBA Season! Will injuries plague Dallas? Can Washington win their remaining games and claim the final spot? Will Nicki Collen's latest impassioned speech be enough to push her team into the playoffs? All this and more, including Gabby Williams' social justice birth day wish. He…
 
Lindsay Gibbs (author of Power Plays, co-host of Burn It All Down) talks with Katie Davidson (Minnesota Lynx beat reporter, The Next) about the Lynx's surprising loss to the Washington Mystics on Tuesday night, Crystal Dangerfield's confusing final shot, Lexie Brown's disappearance from the lineup, the Lynx's defensive woes, and the amazing story o…
 
Will the Dallas Wings make the playoffs? Are the New York Liberty tanking? Host Erica L. Ayala discusses that and more for this week's #WubbleTea. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Manscaped Go to Mansca…
 
With the WNBA season winding down, it is time for the near-impossible task of picking award winners. Gabe Ibrahim and Amy Audibert make their selections for MVP, Defensive Player of the Year, Rookie of the Year, Coach of the Year, Most Improved Player, and 6th Woman. They get into the great debate between A'ja Wilson and Breanna Stewart as well as …
 
In this episode, Doug discusses James Harden fading down the stretch in the playoffs again, why the Nets hired Steve Nash because he has Kyrie and KD's respect, not because of white privilege. He also talks with NBA mental coach - and nephew of Raptors HC Nick Nurse - David Nurse on playoff mindset and confidence sustaining techniques. Oregon St. A…
 
Erica L. Ayala walks you through another week in social justice in the WNBA. Hear Los Angeles Sparks head coach Derek Fisher talk about 'Good Trouble', Seattle Storm guard Sue Bird talk about the importance of getting educated before taking on activism, and New York Liberty guard Layshia Clarendon give advice to the leaders of the newly formed NBA …
 
Host Howard Megdal spoke with Angel McCoughtry of the Atlanta Dream. The two discussed Angel's comeback, A'ja Wilson's greatness, why Louisville means so much to Angel, and what a WNBA title would mean for her. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy Locked On Podcast Network
 
The WNBA's future is in great hands if you look at this year's Rookie of the Year Candidates, which is exactly what Gabe and Amy did on this episode. The duo looked at Crystal Dangerfield of the Minnesota Lynx, Chennedy Carter of the Atlanta Dream, Satou Sabally of the Dallas Wings, and Julie Allemand of the Indiana Fever. The Miami crew also broke…
 
Erica L. Ayala takes you inside the wubble to hear from the Minnesota Lynx after a critical defeat over rivals, the Los Angeles Sparks. She also brings you sounds from the Chicago Sky reacting to Courtney Vandersloot braking the WNBA assist record in a single game formerly held by Ticha Penichiero. Read more about the amazing Portuguese passer in C…
 
The WNBA took their fight for social justice to another level by sitting out two days of games last week. Gabe and Amy discussed what the WNBA decision means, what each of us can do to push their message, and get into all the basketball from last week. They start off by talking about the WNBA's day of reflection. Then, the Miami Monday crew broke d…
 
On today's episode, Jason takes Doc Rivers and the Los Angeles Clippers to task for their goonish play thus far during the playoffs and explains why history tells us that roughing up the opposition (Hello, 2008 Boston Celtics!) is the only way Kawhi Leonard and the boys are going to win an NBA championship this season. Jason also explains why Jayso…
 
Host Howard Megdal is joined by Bailey Johnson, Atlanta Dream beat reporter for The Next. The two discuss Elizabeth Williams and her powerful statement on racial justice, how Nicki Collen handles the ability to lead her team while balancing her obligations to ownership, and a macro look at a roster that looks ready to make a late-season run in the …
 
In this episode, Doug discusses the players boycotting games and why cancelling the season would be a brutal business hit. This week's guest is Pistons Guard and 7-year NBA vet Langston Galloway. He tells Doug what it's like being on the outside of the bubble looking in, why the bubble offensive numbers have been so eye-popping, his path from Baton…
 
Dallas-based sportswriter Dorothy J. Gentry joins the show to talk about the activism of Dallas Wings rookie Satou Sabally. Gentry and host Erica L. Ayala also discuss the developing news of WNBA, NBA, MLB, and MLS teams boycotting games on Wednesday, August 26, 2020. Read Dorothy's story on Satou Sabally: https://theathletic.com/1959820/2020/07/29…
 
Lindsay Gibbs (Power Plays) is back for deep dives into two teams that are not living up to expectations this season: The Phoenix Mercury and the Connecticut Sun. First, Kim Doss of The Next joins to talk how Skylar Diggins-Smith and Diana Taurasi are building chemistry, why Bria Hartley is flourishing in Phoenix, and how the Mercury are coping now…
 
Erica returns with the WNBA drama aka Wubble Tea that unfolded after two big upsets wins. Listen to audio clips from Indiana Fever head coach Marianne Stanley and Seattle Storm point guard Sue Bird after a shocking Fever win. You will also hear what Atlanta Dram head coach Nicki Collen said to her team at halftime to motivate them to a critical win…
 
Diana Taurasi paid tribute to her good friend, Kobe Bryant, by going for 34 points and getting Phoenix a big W. Gabe Ibrahim and Amy Auidbert breakdown DT's performance, WNBA trash talk, and the Seattle Storm's rough week on Kobe Day. First, they get into a big week of news for the Phoenix Mercury with the revelation that Brittney Griner has left t…
 
In this episode, Doug discusses the dip in NBA bubble ratings, and gives his analysis on the early first round performances from the Lakers, Clippers and Bucks. NBC Sports lead NBA writer Kurt Heslin and FS1 contributor and host of the Straight Fire pod, Jason McIntyre, break down the first round matchups and discuss top prospects heading into the …
 
Host Howard Megdal is joined by Marina Mabrey of the Dallas Wings. The two discuss Marina's emergence as Dallas' point guard, her underrated defensive abilities, along with what her time at Notre Dame still means to her. And of course, the duo explore why New Jersey is the best basketball hotbed in the world. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit…
 
Thursday host Erica L. Ayala is joined by writer and curated of The Black Sportswoman Newsletter, Bria Felicien. Bria is a writer with bylines at Sports Illustrated, The Equalizer Soccer, and more. She joins the show to discuss her newest project, the Social Justice initiatives in the WNBA, and what she makes of the Atlanta Dream at the halfway poi…
 
In her Wednesday edition of Roster Deep Diver, Lindsay Gibbs talks with Drew Ivery, Dallas Wings reporter at The Next, about Arike Ogunbowale's improvements, Allisha Gray's resurgence, and how head coach Brian Agler is putting together the rest of his roster puzzle pieces. Then, Bailey Johnson, Atlanta Dream beat reporter for The Next, joins to tal…
 
Yes, we talking about practice. Everyone – except Allen Iverson – needs to get their reps in, but the bubble schedule and the circumstances after the 2020 WNBA Draft have made it difficult to get regular gym time. Some teams are struggling, some players are finding a way to get it done. Erica breaks it all down with wubble clips from Reshanda Gray …
 
The WNBA has reached the midway point of the season, which means it's time to pass judgment on the teams. Gabe Ibrahim and Amy Auidbert rank all of 12 teams and get into some arguments along the way. The Seattle Storm are clearly the top team in the league, then the debating starts between the Las Vegas Aces, Los Angeles Sparks, Phoenix Mercury, an…
 
Host Howard Megdal is joined by Washington Mystics forward Myisha Hines-Allen, one of the biggest breakout stars in the 2020 WNBA season. The two discuss Hines-Allen's expanded role for the Mystics, how she has developed her game overseas, at Louisville and through her upbringing in New Jersey, along with how to rebound at a smaller size and what l…
 
We continue to uplift the #SayHerName campaign, the WNBA Social Justice initiative in the 2020 season and beyond. This week, the WNBA is honoring Michelle Cusseaux. Listen to New York Liberty guard Layshia Clarendon discussed how the bravery of Michelle's family in wake of tragedy led to the #SayHerName campaign. This episode, Erica focuses on Indi…
 
In this episode, Doug discusses Damian Lillard exploding for back-to-back 50+ point games after beef with Paul George and Patrick Beverly, and why no frills "hoop guys" are thriving in the bubble. Gottlieb is joined by former Penn State 3x All-Big 10 guard Pete Lisicky on his hoops background growing up in Pennsylvania, thriving at non-hoops power …
 
Lindsay Gibbs talks with Jackie Powell, New York Liberty beat writer for The Next, all about how the New York Liberty are coping without Sabrina Ionescu. Get to know the other rookies on the team, and hear about an emotional four-hour meeting that might have changed everything. Then, Ben Rosof, who writes about the Indiana Fever for The Next joins …
 
Host Erica Ayala talks about the 46 clips Chicago Sky head coach James Wade pulled from one game to show how one-sided officiating in the wubble has been. Allie Quigley and Diana Taurasi exchanged words on Thursday and all the other drama ahead of the Chicago Sky vs. Phoenix Mercury rematch on Wednesday. Erica also covered the Week 2 Players of the…
 
Two players have separated themselves in the WNBA MVP race: A’ja Wilson of the Las Vegas Aces and Breanna Stewart of the Seattle Storm. Gabe and Amy debate who should get the award based on the first 6 games of the season and everything else from this week in the WNBA. The Miami Mondays crew get into how incredible both players have been so far thi…
 
Los Angeles Sparks assistant coach Latricia Trammell has taken an unconventional path to her current role. A basketball junkie, she grew up in Oklahoma, always wanting to coach, and won everywhere she went -- high school, college, and now the WNBA as Derek Fisher's assistant. We spoke about how she got here, what it's like to coach Candace Parker a…
 
The Minnesota Lynx lost veteran Sylvia Fowles 30 minutes before Wednesday's game against the New York Liberty. Hear from Canadian Bridget Carleton after first WNBA start and career-high 25 point performance. Veteran guard Bria Hartley knows her worth and is glad the Phoenix Mercury do too. Listen to her new head coach Sandy Brondello and teammate D…
 
In this episode, Doug discusses the first official week of the bubble, including the surprising Suns, the Clippers still sleepwalking the Lakers' limitations, and if anyone can challenge the Bucks in the East. He also gives his take on the Pac-12 athletes' #WeAreUnited demands and why he thinks the NIL debate overestimates the value of the average …
 
The Washington Mystics are off to a 3-1 start, despite missing four of the starters from last year's WNBA championship team and offseason addition Tina Charles. Host Lindsay Gibbs talks with the voice of the Washington Mystics, Meghan McPeak about Myisha Hines-Allen's breakthrough, Emma Meesseman's adjustments, Leilani Mitchell's seamless fit, and …
 
On Thursday, the WNBA, WNBPA, the African American Policy Forum, and select members of the media heard from #SayHerName founder Dr. Kimberlé Crenshaw and two mothers who's daughters were murdered by police officers. The conference call was part of The Justice Movement, a Muti-faceted approach to education, action, and amplification of social justic…
 
The WNBA is off-and-running but fans got some bad news in the form of an injury to Sabrina Ionescu. Gabe and Amy dive into Sabrina’s likely season-ending sprained ankle and everything else from a great week of basketball. They start off by breaking down what Sabrina’s injury means for the New York Liberty and the WNBA’s promotional tactics. Then, t…
 
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