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Best Andrew Van Gundy podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Andrew Van Gundy podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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ESPN Senior Writer and host of "The Lowe Post" pod, Zach Lowe, returns to share a personal story about Kobe Bryant, along with his thoughts on Kobe's spot in the Top 10 players in history list. Zach also talks buyout season, and missed trade deadline opportunities by the Orlando Magic, Miami Heat, and the Minnesota Timberwolves. Plus, he weighs in …
 
The newest member of Tuesday's night "NBA on TNT" broadcast team, and host of B/R's "The Lefkoe Show" podcast, Adam Lefkoe discusses his upcoming debut on "NBA on TNT" (which was postponed to Monday 2/4 due to the tragic passing of Kobe Bryant), his chemistry with Candace Parker, Shaq and Dwyane Wade, the behind-the-scenes relationship between Shaq…
 
Chris Mannix from NBC Sports Boston and Sports Illustrated remembers David Stern, and discusses big NBA moments of the last 10 years. He also joins Howard in a game of "Freezing Cold Takes" for the 2020s in the NBA including bold predictions about LeBron James, Giannis and Luka Doncic, the New York Knicks, dynasties, the franchise tag, age limits, …
 
The Full 48 is closing out 2019 with a look back at 3 of Howard Beck's favorite episodes! First up, Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr talks about Kevin Durant's time with the team, his relationship with KD post-Warriors, and the end of the Superteam era. Then Stan Van Gundy speaks to the evolution of the game, new trends, the 4-point shot…
 
What would you do if were NBA Commissioner for a day? Howard Beck put the question to a host of guests throughout the year, and got some truly interesting, unique, and in some cases, funny answers! Listen to what everyone from Metta World Peace to Channing Frye to Shawn Marion to "Billions" actor Kelly Aucoin would do if they could wave that all-po…
 
Josh and Benny Safdie are the brother writing and directing team behind the new movie, "Uncut Gems," starring Adam Sandler and Kevin Garnett. The brothers talk about working with Kevin Garnett, why they originally pursued Amar'e Stoudemire and Joel Embiid to star in the film, what makes basketball and movie-making so similar, and some of the Easter…
 
Channing Frye is an NBA Champ, the co-host of the "Talking Blazers" podcast, the co-host of "Handles" on NBA TV, and he joins Howard to discuss all things Trail Blazers. He weighs in on the Blazers underwhelming start, the injuries to Jusuf Nurkic and Zach Collins, the addition of Carmelo Anthony, whether trading Damian Lillard and/or CJ McCollum i…
 
Ian Begley from SNY joins to discuss the firing of the New York Knicks head coach, David Fizdale, and what it means for the players and organization moving forward. Ian weighs in on possible replacements, player reaction, owner James Dolan, and whether President Steve Mills and GM Scott Perry may be next to be replaced. via Knit…
 
19-year NBA vet Jamal Crawford returns to discuss his playing status this season, his under-the-radar 51-point game last season, Dirk Nowitzki's last game, Kevin Garnett, the Phoenix Suns and Devin Booker, the Timberwolves and Andrew Wiggins, and Luka Doncic. Jamal also weighs in on the proposed schedule change and what might incentivize players, e…
 
B/R senior writer, FS1 analyst, and host of the Bucher & Friends pod, Ric Bucher returns to play another round of "It's way too early but..." involving the Toronto Raptors, LeBron vs Kawhi, the Bucks, Ja Morant, Carmelo Anthony, the disappointing Chicago Bulls, and the James Harden-Russell Westbrook experiment in Houston. via Knit…
 
Former New York Knick and Heisman Trophy winner, Charlie Ward, discusses the end of the multi-sport athlete era, the effect of the NBA on youth basketball and the trends he's seeing at the highschool level, and the coaching influences he took from Jeff Van Gundy, Gregg Popovich, and his own father! Plus, Charlie weighs in on the current state of th…
 
The Athletic's Michael Lee returns to discuss the proposed changes to the NBA schedule, and why he's very much against it! He also weighs in on the in-play tournament, and reseeding for the Finals. And Michael shares his insight on Jimmy Butler's relationship with the Heat and his former team, the 76ers, and some of the possible reasons behind his …
 
Four-time All-Star, two-time All-NBA, and NBA Champion, Shawn Marion, discusses RJ Hampton and LaMelo Ball, and the NBL as a potential stepping stone to the NBA. He also shares his thoughts on Lonzo and LaMelo Ball as unique players, and their similarities to Luka Doncic. Shawn talks about his own career including his 2008 trade to the Miami Heat f…
 
It's a jam-packed, practically double episode all about LaMelo Ball! B/R writer Mirin Fader just returned from a two-week stay in Australia where she spoke with LaMelo and his teammates, and watched him practice (and wrote an amazing piece about what she learned). She shares the insights gained about LaMelo the person, and the many misconceptions p…
 
B/R contributor and podcast host for The Athletic, Mo Dakhil, partakes in a game of Meaningful or Mirage that involves the Portland Trailblazers being a play-off team, Carmelo Anthony returning to the NBA, the Phoenix Suns great start and their inexperienced roster, Andrew Wiggins from bust to All-Star, Eastern Conference playoff teams, and the Rap…
 
NBA legends turned "All The Smoke" podcast cohosts, Stephen Jackson and Matt Barnes, talk up their new Showtime pod, the most misunderstood guys in the NBA (Draymond Green, Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving, and LeBron James), and the best and worst organizations in the league (aka The Knicks). They also weigh in on load management, RJ Barrett, and the ne…
 
Former Chicago Tribune writer turned NBC Sports Chicago insider, K.C. Johnson, shares his take on the Chicago Bulls season expectations and whether "play-offs" is the best description for their current state. He also weighs in on rookie Coby White, what the Otto Porter Junior off-season signing says about the Bulls free agent future, the leadership…
 
Former Hawks GM turned NBA TV and Radio Analyst (and friend of the pod), Wes Wilcox, shares his picks for the Eastern and Western conference play-offs (Portland is a lock!), explains why the Clippers have the best roster construction in the league, how come Miami got a steal picking Tyler Herro at 13, and who's already feeling the most pressure bef…
 
Tania Ganguli of the LA Times just got back from the NBA China Games, and shares her thoughts and observations about what she saw and heard on the ground in Shanghai (including a plethora of Lakers 23 jerseys in the Shanghai arena). She weighs in on the LeBron-Daryl Morey situation, the Adam Silver-Yao Ming connection, and the Lakers response (or l…
 
True Hoop partner and analyst and Executive Director of The Pro Training Center, David Thorpe, returns to discuss Thorpe's Team of players including JJ Redick, Brandon Ingram, Zion Williamson, Kevon Looney, and Mike Conley. He also breaks down the 3-point shots (or lack thereof) of Lonzo Ball, Markelle Fultz, and Ben Simmons, and weighs in on the h…
 
Vincent Goodwill of Yahoo! Sports has a serious issue with the B/R Top 50 Players list, and he's taking it up with Howard Beck! Isiah Thomas at #47?!? Let the defense begin! Vincent also weighs in on the Dame vs Shaq debate, the Philadelphia 76ers vs Milwaukee Bucks as top team in the East, sleeper picks for the playoffs (Sacramento Kings and Chica…
 
Husband and wife NBA referees, Jonathan Sterling and Lauren Holtkamp, discuss their new baby daughter and how they plan to navigate parenthood during the coming season, Lauren's ACL injury rehab, their respective rookie years in the league, keeping healthy competition on and off the court, and the changing landscape of females in the NBA. They also…
 
Assistant Coach of Team USA and Golden State Warriors head coach, Steve Kerr speaks to Team USA's abysmal World Cup play, learning from Gregg Popovich, the crushing blow of losing Jayson Tatum to injury, Pop's geography quizzes, and why having the World Cup and the Olympics in back-to-back summers is bad for basketball. Steve also discusses Klay Th…
 
It's a round of burning questions with Zach Lowe from ESPN and The Lowe Post pod. He joins Howard to tackle tampering, the Big 2s (aka LeBron & AD, Paul George & Kawhi, Westbrook & Harden, Steph Curry & Draymond Green), the loneliest player in the NBA (Jimmy Butler), impending Giannis speculation, play-off predictions (Heat? Philly?), whether Ben S…
 
The Sports Illustrated Top 100 Players of the NBA is out, and list curator Rob Mahoney breaks it down! He explains why there's a brand new #1 in Giannis Antetokounmpo, how Giannis unseated 6-year reigning #1 LeBron James, where Kevin Durant factors into things, and why the Charlotte Hornets do not have a single player on this year's list! He also d…
 
Catch up on The Full 48 with the best-of Enes Kanter, Metta World Peace, and Doug Christie! Enes Kanter speaks to political activism in the NBA and how it's personally affecting his career, his path to US citizenship and the unique offers he's received from some of his female fans, and his childhood idol, Hedo Turkoglu. Doug Christie remembers the …
 
It's a special best-of episode featuring 3 of Howard's favorite interviews of the last 12 months including NBA Commissioner Adam Silver who discusses everything from the possible legalization of marijuana use in the league to NBA age limits; Brooklyn Nets guard Joe Harris who shares the best nicknames he's heard since growing his beard to the Nets …
 
It's NBA schedule release day, and in what is hopefully becoming an annual tradition, NBA Scheduling Czars, Sr. VP of Game Schedule Management Tom Carelli and Sr. VP of Basketball Strategy & Analytics Evan Wasch, return to shed some light on the blood, sweat, and tears that go into scheduling an NBA season. They discuss the reduction of back-to-bac…
 
ESPN columnist/commentator, Howard Bryant, joins The Full 48 with Howard Beck to debate the hypothetical effect of abolishing free agency, the luxury tax, and the draft in the NBA. They dissect apocalyptical scenarios that might result including league contraction, lack of player spread, and extreme over-spending for A List talent in smaller market…
 
Michael Lee of The Athletic returns to break down this crazy Summer and off-season! He weighs in on the Washington Wizards front office re-org, the City of Los Angeles winning big in free agency (nabbing 4 of the top 8 players in the league between the Lakers and the Clippers), Mike Conley joining the Utah Jazz, and the Brooklyn Nets landing Kevin …
 
President of the New Orleans Pelicans, David Griffin, offers an explanation for Zion Williamson's limited showing at Summer league, why the Pelicans are Jrue Holiday's team, what JJ Redick brings to a younger roster, and why it makes a lot of sense to flip flop the draft and free agency. He also provides some insight to the blockbuster Anthony Davi…
 
NBA VP of Referee Development and Training, Monty McCutchen, discusses the upcoming Coach's challenge rule, implementing the proposed use of the replay center, experimenting with the Transition Foul rule in the G-League, micro-chips in basketballs, L2M reports, improving the player-referee relationship, and female referees in the NBA. via Knit…
 
Minnesota Timberwolves President of Basketball Operations, Gersson Rosas, says Karl-Anthony Towns is the reason they almost landed a big free agent (aka D'Angelo Russell), is excited about incoming rookie, Jarrett Culver, is advocating for swapping the draft and free agency dates, and shares the important core values he learned during his 16 years …
 
Former GM of the Atlanta Hawks and current NBA TV analyst, Wes Wilcox, returns to breakdown the crazy whirlwind of NBA free agency! He and Howard discuss most impressive and best deals, biggest disappointments, best value contract, most eyebrow-raising contract, and which teams are already Finals contenders. They analyze the Lakers situation, possi…
 
*This interview was recorded early Sunday (6/30) afternoon before the news broke about Andre Iguadala's trade to the Memphis Grizzlies. Three-time NBA Champion, one-time NBA Finals MVP, and author of "The Sixth Man," Andre Iguodala, lays to rest the idea that the Golden State Warriors dynasty days are over, speaks to the surprising nature of free a…
 
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