In this episode, I chat with Dave DuFour of the On The NBA Podcast with Dave DuFour to break down the NBA's early season surprises, including the Spurs, Magic, Raptors, Cavs, Warriors, Nuggets, Timberwolves, Pistons, Grizzlies, Blazers, Lakers, Nets, and more.
In this week's appearance, Cole Zwicker and I spend far too much time breaking down basketball. Really, this probably should have been two podcasts.
The first half is dedicated to talking about early season NBA performances from young players, including Ben Simmons, Markelle Fultz, Andrew Wiggins, D'Angelo Russell, Dejounte Murray, and others.
The second half is a breakdown of some potential 2018 NBA Draft combo guards, including Bruce Brown, Shake Milton, DeAnthony Melton, Devonte Graham, Grayson Allen, and brief thoughts on many more.
In this episode, I chat with Ben Brust about the league he used to play in, the Big Ten. We break down all of the teams, and he tells stories about playing against Marshall Henderson, going to the casino four nights in a row, and some of the funny stories from traveling around the league.
In this episode, I'm joined by Cole Zwicker in the first of many upcoming appearances. First, we break down the Joel Embiid contract and discuss if we're fans of it, including of the structure and timing. Then, we break down the Memphis roster conundrum, including the Wade Baldwin decision. What is going on with the Grizzlies?
Next, we break down the top lead guards in the 2018 NBA Draft. Particularly, a lot of time is given to Collin Sexton and Trevon Duval, Then we discuss if there's currently anyone else worth tracking coming into the season as a potential early pick.
In this episode, I'm joined by Dieter Kurtenbach who came up with the idea to do fake NBA Over/Unders on fun storylines throughout the NBA season. We go back and forth on subjects that we didn't know ahead of time, including over/under 1.5 Rick Carlisle/Dennis Smith public discussions, over/under 45.5 games in New Orleans for DeMarcus Cousins, over/under 1.5 Bulls players that Dieter can't even come close to naming by March 15, and over/under 90.5 LaVar Ball headlines.
Oh, and Dieter starts a dialogue all over the place.
In this episode, I chat with Rob Dauster from over at NBC Sports about two topics. First, we chat briefly about his overall opinions on the NCAA coaching scandal currently engulfing the sport. But then we get into the meat of the podcast, breaking down each team in the Big East. That includes an in-depth breakdown on Villanova, followed by Seton Hall, Xavier, St. John's, Butler, Creighton, Providence, Marquette, DePaul, and Georgetown.
In this episode, I chat with Reags from over at Barstool about the NCAA cheating levee breaking loose. Where do we go from here? Why didn't journalists break this (a lot of reasons). Where does Louisville go? What happens with Rick Pitino? Does Sean Miller survive at Arizona? There are a million questions. Then, we chat about the Carmelo Anthony deal and how it works for both the Knicks and Thunder.