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Best Spurs News podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best Spurs News podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
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Jeff Garcia, original co-founder of Project Spurs. He is also the former co-host of ESPN San Antonio's "Halftime Sports," and currently is the Spurs writer for News 4 San Antonio & Fox 29 San Antonio. He hosts a daily look inside the San Antonio Spurs and the NBA with the Locked On Spurs podcast, part of the Locked on Podcast Network #spurs #nba
 
Katie Couric has questions. And on her new show, Next Question with Katie Couric, she’s determined to find answers—with a little help from the most captivating personalities in news, politics, and pop culture. For example: How did watching people play video games become a billion-dollar industry? Could CBD possibly be the key to overcoming pain and addiction? Does social media spur online radicalization? And what happens when at-home DNA tests reveal devastating family secrets? Join the awar ...
 
Transfer Talk is a podcast from Sky Sports News which features debate and analysis from some of the most well connected reporters in the football world throughout the transfer window. We will be digging into all the biggest storylines, both in the Premier League and around Europe, as we keep you up to date on all the latest developments.
 
This is The Fighting Cock. A Tottenham Hotspur podcast hosted by Flav, with Alex, Bardi, Ricky, Spooky, T and Windy on rotation. Engineer Al remotely edits and mixes our degenerate dissection of all things THFC. Up the Spurs! Love the shirt. > Twitter - http://bit.ly/2wleG6z > Facebook - http://bit.ly/39bN7LM > Instagram - http://bit.ly/3ae2GCx > WhatsApp - https://bit.ly/3dhrQTd > YouTube - http://bit.ly/2I31iH7 > Patreon - http://bit.ly/2uECfa3
 
Welcome to the Hoopfanatic Podcast where the vast majority of discussions will be based around the culture of NBA Basketball. Conversations will venture away periodically from the topic of basketball into random thoughts. Get ready for intriguing dialogue and epic laughter!
 
The Athletic's Jack Pitt-Brooke, Charlie Eccleshare and James Maw are joined by a hosts of guests to bring you all the very best coverage from inside Spurs. Tune in every week for big name guests, breaking news and the best insight you'll find on Tottenham Hotspur. Subscribe to The Athletic using the special promo code SPURSPOD and receive 40% off! Also, subscribers will have access to exclusive episodes.SIGN UP NOW: http://theathletic.com/spurspod
 
Founded in 2000 by leading journalists and scientists, Circle of Blue provides relevant, reliable, and actionable on-the-ground information about the world’s resource crises. With an intense focus on water and its relationships to food, energy, and health, Circle of Blue has created a breakthrough model of front-line reporting, data collection, design, and convening that has evolved with the world’s need to spur new methodology in science, collaboration, innovation, and response. To document ...
 
Welcome to the Autoweek Podcast -- the place to hear interviews with some legends of motorsport and car culture, as well as our takes on the latest news from the rest of the car world. In each episode, you'll hear the Autoweek Staff talk about the latest car and racing news, as well as hear reviews about some of the best cars on Earth.
 
Industry pros J. Sperling Reich and Michael Giltz provide insightful analysis, humorous viewpoints and insider opinions on the latest entertainment news headlines. The weekly podcast features panel discussions with renowned industry guests, as well as phone calls and emails from listeners who voice their own opinions on the child’s play of the entertainment business.
 
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Welcome to the 82nd edition of the Spurs News Podcast! In this episode Sam speaks to Kat from the Tottenham Hotspur Supporters Trust.During this time football is cancelled I am pleased to able to bring you this interview as I feel learning about the trust and what they actually do is an important thing for all Spurs fans. So many pre-conceptions ou…
 
Taylor talks to US men's national team "world class role player" Tony Sanneh about the working being done by The Sanneh Foundation, as well as Tony's experiences of playing very minute of every game for the USMNT at the 2002 World Cup. They also get into the current state of the US Soccer Federation and what needs to be done to improve soccer (acro…
 
In episode three, we meet Fergus Suter's dad in Scotland's narrowest bedroom, see our hero say yes to that Blackburn move, and also yes to entire bottle of whisky the night before a game. We discuss what it's like to play with a hangover and get into the historical details of some of Arthur Kinnaird's Old Etonians teammates. For those who want to b…
 
Several New York state lawmakers and a co-chair of the state Board of Elections are pressing for New York to expand its absentee voting laws to allow for more mail-in balloting and to postpone the April 28 presidential primary until late June. New York has strict rules, outlined in the state’s constitution, about who can request an absentee ballot.…
 
According to the American Cancer Society, about 1 in 22 men and 1 in 24 women will be diagnosed with colorectal cancer during their lifetimes. There are multiple screening tools available for this type of cancer; doctors say those tools can help them find the cancer early, and in some cases, help prevent it. This hour, we discuss colon cancer scree…
 
*This broadcast includes an update on the state of COVD-19 in Monroe County with WXXI health reporter Brett Dahlberg . Social scientist and author Arthur Brooks says Americans need to “Love Your Enemies.” That’s the title of his most recent book. In it, he argues that agreement across the political spectrum isn’t necessary, but better disagreement …
 
There has been a multi-million dollar settlement in the lawsuit brought by former faculty and students at the University of Rochester over the way complaints of sexual harassment had been handled by the university. Under the settlement, the U of R will pay the plaintiffs a total of $9.4 million. The lawsuit was brought by nine former professors and…
 
On this episode of Locked On Spurs, host Jeff Garcia welcomes back host of "The Saturday Morning Hangover" on ESPN San Antonio James Pledger to discuss a radical idea on how the San Antonio Spurs could make the 2020 NBA postseason if the NBA resumes play. Also on the show, if there is one moment in Spurs history you could change, what would it be a…
 
Monroe County and hospital system officials detailed their plans Friday morning for what they will do if an influx of COVID-19 patients overwhelms local hospital capacity. County Executive Adam Bello said the "surge capacity" plan would add more than 2,000 hospital beds, which would potentially double the number currently available.…
 
On this episode of the "Autoweek Podcast," Natalie Neff joins Wesley Wren and Graham Kozak in a digital forum to discuss spring! Graham takes us down the road of his spring maintenance, Natalie talks about her family’s aversion to spring-cleaning cars and Wesley talks about his hatred of springs. Insomuch as Wesley discusses some tools you’ll need …
 
In a brand new show brought to you by The Athletic Mark Chapman is joined by David Ornstein, George Caulkin and Ed Malyon to discuss the current state of football, debate some of the biggest issues affecting our favourite sport, and hopefully work out how it could be improved upon its return. We start with the Premier League, and in particular the …
 
Ben Golliver and Michael Pina open with a game of "Two Truths and a lie." Did Michael have a 40-inch vertical in high school? Is he really related to Dana Barros? Did Ben once shatter a backboard? Did he watch the 2004 Finals in a disease-fueled state in a foreign country? From there, they take questions from the Open Floor Globe. Should media memb…
 
The NBA is on hiatus due to the COVID-19 outbreak, so Josh and Bobby Karalla from Mavs.com decided to make podcast history to pass the time. The two go over what the world is like now, how Bobby's job has changed since the stoppage of play and the many things the Mavericks have been doing to help the community. After that they talk some ball y'all.…
 
Daryl talks to Christian Polanco, one half of soccer podcast The Cooligans. Christian is also a professional standup comedian, and so he explains how life has changed for standups during the coronavirus pandemic, and how he has been using the time to both sharpen his soccer skills and produce maybe the best StayAtHomeChallenge toilet paper juggling…
 
As hospitals work to make room for an anticipated wave of COVID-19 patients in the coming weeks, some parts of their operations have become eerily empty. In the pediatric emergency department at Golisano Children’s Hospital, there’s still a dull hum of machinery under the intermittent beeps of monitors. But Dr. Elizabeth Murray says it’s a far cry …
 
A year ago, Marielle Jensen Battaglia gave up plastic for Lent. She decided that she wanted to live differently. She wanted to find ways to eliminate plastic use -- and it turns out, there's plastic just about everywhere. Her story received some of the most feedback from any show in 2019, so we've invited her back to discuss whether she's been able…
 
Max Rushden, Barry Glendenning and Sid Lowe discuss... Sid Lowe! Find out how Sid’s PhD on fascism is connected to his career path, how Estella is now less of a Get Out Of The House Free card than a week ago and how a boy from north London came to idolise Kenny Dalglish. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/footballweeklypod…
 
On this fan episode of Locked On Spurs, host Jeff Garcia welcomes San Antonio Spurs fan Manny Pena of "The Goods Podcast" to give the pulse of Spurs fans during the NBA hiatus. Did Spurs fans really think the team could have made the postseason? Will fans be fine with the NBA season resuming but without fans at arenas? What grade would the Spurs fa…
 
On this episode of Next Question with Katie Couric, Katie continues her special coverage of the coronavirus pandemic. First, Katie looks to New York City — now the national epicenter of this crisis — where the rate of positive COVID-19 cases is doubling ever three days. Which means the peak of coronavirus infections will be much higher and hit New …
 
On today's show, Daryl and Taylor discuss... 1:43 - US Soccer's CEO is introduced and the conference call gets wild 16:41 - Today's show is brought to you by HelloFresh! Go to HelloFresh.com/tss10 and use code tss10 for 10 free meals including free shipping. 19:27 - Darlington Nagbe explains his USMNT absences 28:18 - The Olympics have been postpon…
 
We’re back with the second installment of quarantined #Pondcast and there’s still no soccer being played, but we’re once again back with some hot content for your ears. In addition to running down the limited headlines — including U.S. Soccer finally getting around to naming a (controversial) pick for their vacant CEO position — we get into our nex…
 
Siana McClean is an immigration attorney and the regional American Immigration Lawyers Association representative. She works with detainees at the Federal Detention Center in Batavia. Her drive to the court involves crossing the U.S. Canadian Border. But since March 16th, she hasn’t been making the trip. She's worried about the coronavirus.…
 
U.S. Sen. Chuck Schumer called the $2 trillion coronavirus stimulus package “the exact kind of medicine” that the nation and the state needs. During a conference call with U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand on Wednesday, Schumer said nearly every New Yorker will likely be touched by the aid package. “We can tell New Yorkers that help is on the way,” said…
 
State lawmakers have just one week until the state budget is due, and despite the coronavirus outbreak, they say they intend to meet the deadline and will use precautions to avoid meeting in large groups. They face a daunting task of putting together a spending plan while a multibillion-dollar deficit grows each day. New York State Comptroller Tom …
 
We look to other countries’ professional basketball leagues and wonder whether the NBA can develop a model to return that works in the United States (0:42) before discussing a bevy of college players that have declared for the NBA draft in the time since basketball’s hiatus began (12:46). Then, we revisit some of the questions we didn’t get to from…
 
Gov. Andrew Cuomo said he’s been working closely with President Donald Trump’s son-in-law and top White House aide, Jared Kushner, to get New York ventilators as the number of coronavirus cases continues to escalate. Cuomo said procuring enough ventilators is “the single greatest challenge” and he said Kushner, who is also a New Yorker, has been “e…
 
When's the last time you convinced someone to change their mind? Most of us are not very effective when it comes to debate. We dig in on our positions, and we expend a lot of emotional energy, and nothing changes. Our guest is a man who is helping build an entirely new way of talking to people with vastly different beliefs. He's published hundreds …
 
One of the few activities that remains entirely appropriate during the pandemic is time outdoors, and for many people, that includes planting / gardening / growing. As the weather slowly warms, our guests explore all the things we can do to grow our own food; improve our landscape; and more. But first, WXXI health reporter Brett Dahlberg joins us f…
 
The Chicago Bulls entered the 1993-94 season as three-time defending NBA champions, and in the wake of Michael Jordan's retirement, the team was led by Scottie Pippen, Horace Grant and BJ Armstrong, along with key additions Steve Kerr, Luc Longley and star rookie, Toni Kukoč, finishing in 3rd place in the Eastern Conference. After defeating the Cle…
 
On this episode of Locked On Spurs, host Jeff Garcia welcomes 2 Shots Podcast's Joe Garcia to discuss more of the coronavirus' impact on members of the San Antonio Spurs. Also, was Spurs' Rudy Gay right that the team was set to go on a win-streak en route to the playoffs before the NBA went on hiatus? Theragun Try Theragun risk-free for 30 days or …
 
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