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Game Theory w/ Sam Vecenie

Sam Vecenie is joined by friends to discuss the NBA, NBA Draft, college basketball, high school basketball, and everything in between. Oh, and they'll randomly talk about movies and more.
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Nov 13, 2015
Robby Kalland from CBS Sports and I chat about this week's College Football slate. Week 11 features an Oklahoma-Baylor matchup, but beyond that it looks a little light. Also, we hand out the inaugural PUNT OF THE WEEK award. Check it out.
Nov 12, 2015
What in god's name is going on in Sacramento right now? I chat with Danny Leroux of RealGM to talk about the Kings situation, and how they've been a bit mismanaged over the last few years. We also chatted about the Pistons and Magic later in the podcast.
Nov 11, 2015
More College Hoops Preview stuff! This time around, Ricky O'Donnell joins me to chat about what to expect from the college basketball season in 2015-16. Some big topics discussed: Is Kansas the number one team in the country? What do we think of Maryland? Can Indiana take the leap? Ricky also gives some Final Four predictions, and then we also chatted about the 2016 recruiting class for 15 minutes at the end.
Nov 10, 2015
Seth Partnow joins the podcast today to talk about the Philadelphia 76ers' rebuilding process, as well as what's going on with the Los Angeles Lakers situation.
Nov 9, 2015
With college basketball set to tip off later this week, I invited The Sporting News's Troy Machir on to preview the season. We chatted about the coming rule changes, some potential breakout players and teams, and then I make Troy give a way-too-early prediction on who the Final Four and national champions will be.
Nov 6, 2015
Robby Kalland and I chat about the slate of games for this week of college football, which includes us being all in on Michigan State over Nebraska and a weird reference to Rich Rodriguez being the girl across the bar that you need to say "no" to
Nov 4, 2015
In this edition, Seth Partnow joins the show and talks about what you can takeaway from the early part of the NBA season, and then we dig in to the New Orleans Pelicans, the Orlando Magic and the Oklahoma City Thunder, three of the more interesting teams in the NBA.
Nov 4, 2015
In this edition of the Game Theory Podcast, Fred Katz of Fox Sports comes on to discuss the two teams that he covers regularly: the Brooklyn Nets and the New York Knicks. We talked about the Nets long-term situation without picks, their current veteran-laden squad, and the problems they're going to have throughout the course of the year. In the Knicks portion, we chatted about how pleasantly surprised we are with their play, about the rookies Kristaps Porzingis and Jerian Grant, and finally about what they should do with Carmelo Anthony.
Nov 2, 2015
Adi Joseph of the Sporting News joins the podcast to discuss what exactly happened with the AmeriLeague scandal and how viable the D-League is as an option for fringe NBA players going forward. We also chatted about the team he covers, the Charlotte Hornets, then also talked about the Atlanta Hawks and the Houston Rockets.
Oct 30, 2015
In this episode of the Game Theory podcast, I bring on Robby Kalland, my colleague from CBS Sports on the college football side, to pick college football games against the spread. We're certain this will go poorly for one of us.
Oct 29, 2015
In the first episode of the Game Theory podcast, host Sam Vecenie chats with Danny Leroux of RealGM, Sporting News, and Warriors' World about the opening two nights of the NBA season. Particularly, topics include the Nuggets' win over the Rockets, what we think of rookies Emmanuel Mudiay and Jahlil Okafor, what the Knicks could become, and why the big market teams could have some problems this season.
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