We break down each of the Conference SemiFinal Matchups with Predictions and more!
We break down each of the Conference SemiFinal Matchups with Predictions and more!
Russell and Dan welcome Justin Rowan of The Chase Down Podcast and Fear the Sword to preview Raptors-Cavaliers in the conference semifinals. The guys talk about the differences between this year's matchup and last year's, the role that Serge Ibaka and PJ Tucker will play in the series, Dwane Casey's strengths and weaknesses, and the most important role players for each team. Finally, Justin tells a great story about a time that he fell down.
Previewing the Rockets/Spurs 2nd Round Matchup with Ben DuBose (@BenDuBose) and Forrest Walker (@DUNOTS). Listen to The Red Nation Hoops Podcast on iTunes or Google Play Music.
Any NBA conspiracy nut worth his mettle can tell you how the draft is rigged and why "THEY" choose to gift the #1 pick to THAT particular franchise each year. In "The Tankoffs" we break down possible theories why the NBA would rig the draft for EVERY lottery team. Plus, EXCLUSIVE! and disturbing recordings from inside the offices of Pat Riley, Stan Kroenke and Rob Hennigan. Test your knowledge of teams and players in this year's playoffs in our segment: Pop Quiz, Hot Shot! We Brickhouse because we care.
Elias and Fuad hold down the Key and talk first round finishing up and move on to the second round of the playoffs. The fellas also talk NBA award show coming up in June as well as the fan awards and who they think will win those categories. Listen now!
Marc and Jay talk about the playoffs, Knicks record without Melo vs other stars, ex knicks in the playoffs, and free agents available this summer Listen to The New York Knicks Show on ITunes Listen to the Almighty Baller Podcast Network on iTunes or check out the rest of the Almighty Baller Podcast Network at AlmightyBaller.com.
Dave King (@DaveKingNBA), Greg Esposito (@Espo) and Tim Tompkins (@RadioTimNBA) discuss- – What is T.J. Warren's future in Phoenix and the NBA overall? – Does Devin Booker or Tyler Ulis win the post season awards they're up for? – Mailbag – and more! Visit us at www.SunsPodcast.com, follow us on Twitter @SunsSolarPanel, Like on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/SunsSolarPanel and subscribe via iTunes.
Sportsnet's Faizal Khamisa joins Justin Rowan and Carter Rodriguez to discuss the upcoming series between the Cavs and Raptors
In this episode we discuss: Dave believes the Blazers had a successful season, I mean they made the playoffs! CJ McCollum's growth as a defender- can he and the Blazers build on that? Projecting the Blazer's offseason and roster construction based on scheme Terry Stotts and the Blazer's offense- ball movement vs player movement Breaking down playmaking from the post Vonleh's emergence- can he be the stretch four the Blazers need? Brian Scalabrine in a time warp- he'd be amazing?! (really.) Post play and how efficient it is The ability to draw fouls and how it's a skill Tangent on officiating (you knew this was coming) Can Dame and CJ be options 1 and 2 to lead this team? Roster construction and the draft How the Blazers have gone from controlling the market on shooting to having questions about it Trading CJ for Khris Middleton, does that make sense for the Blazers and Bucks? Is Thon Maker the next Giannis? Scenarios for Portland that solve their issues without being lateral Who is untradeable/untouchable? Paying for future performance vs paying for past performance? Revisiting last season's free agency- should Portland have pursued Harrison Barnes? Does Barnes still make sense for Portland?
Andrew Schlecht from Down to Dunk Podcast (@DownToDunk) joins the show to discuss what comes next for OKC. Do they retain Taj & Andre? Who is their target in the draft? And do they move Kanter to find a 3&D wing to fill out the roster? www.DriveAndDishPodcast.com
In This Episode Of The Blake Rodgers Show! Blake is joined by SPECIAL GUEST! Tino Vergiels! The two discuss the first round matchups! Why Rondo played such a huge role for Chicago John Wall is one of the elites Westbrook 4th Quarter performances.. Kendrick & Drake time to stop comparing them? Outlook on the NFL Draft
Before this season, the Utah Jazz had made their last postseason appearance in 2012 and hadn't won a playoff game since 2010. Since then, they bottomed out at 25 wins in 2013-14, then steadily built themselves back up by developing players, finding diamonds in the rough, and, this season, adding some key veterans to their squad. Now, up 3-2 on the Los Angeles Clippers and heading home to Utah for Friday's Game 6, they're on the brink of advancing to the next round to face the Golden State Warriors. Zach Harper, an NBA columnist for Fan Rag Sports, twice-a-week participant on ESPN's TrueHoop Podcast and co-host of the Salt City Hoops Show, takes us through that journey. He breaks down what we can expect for the rest of the Jazz's postseason, explains how they're so dangerous on both sides of the court, looks at some big decisions looming ahead in the offseason and tells excellent stories and more. Not to toot our own horn, but you can sample some mellifluous excerpts below: 7:19-8:07: “You’ve allowed the Jazz to kind of dictate so much of the tempo to be a slow, grind-it-out game, and that’s what they want. They want to play at that
On today’s podcast we discuss the following topics: Exit Interviews Our last “I’m Smarter than Billy D” Who is most likely to not be on the roster next season? How do the Thunder improve next season? The return of Trade Calls (Trading Enes Kanter) And much more! Today’s episode is brought to you by Anthem Brewing Co. and Oklahoma Shirt Co.! Thanks for listening and subscribe on iTunes!
Rich Czeslawski gets to know Alan Stein in part 4 of a 4 part series and they shine a light on the unseen hours.
The Judge (AKA Daniel Green, @DanielAGreen1) is back to get us ready for (gasp) what might be the final 3 game slate of playoff basketball on Friday. The Judge starts the show by welcoming the glorious new Dash radio listeners and calling out those at FD and DK to explain some of their "bizarre" decisions. Next, the Judge praises the Chambers’ winners before diving in to the critically acclaimed segment: Dreamkillers/Dreamlovers – where the Judge recaps Thursday night’s action. Then, the Judge and the Bailiff take you back in time
Ivan is a Steve Kerr hater. Bram obviously has to put him in his place. We discuss that and much more on the latest episode of Golden State of Mindcast! Annotated list of topics covered: 0:50 - Apparently I’m an “excitable lad.” 1:00 - The Warriors crushed the Trail Blazers. 2:30 - Did we jinx the Clippers for the second year in a row?! 5:50 - I can’t pronounce Joe Ingles’ name. 8:45 - Doc Rivers needs to be removed as “Captain” of the “Clippers.” 9:15 “Imagine Steve Ballmer in a made-for-TV rendition of the poem, The Rime of the Ancient Mariner.” 11:25 - Let’s talk about basketball that actually matters. 13:45 - Rudy Gobert vs. Draymond Green potential matchup. Really, I’m more excited about Gobert vs. JaVale Mcgee. 17:30 - Ivan’s cue to cut me off from speaking. 19:15 - “Huh, Joe Johnson plays for the Utah Jazz? That’s weird.” 21:20 - People hate Radiohead? 28:00 - Potential Warriors vs. Utah match-ups. 33:50 - Addressing the Steve Kerr situation. 37:00 - Ivan, maybe kinda thinks the players might have more control on the court under Mike Brown. 40:00 - I’m obviously in love with Kerr. 41:30 - Ivan is super anti-Kerr and I hate him for it. Also, he says the word “optics” a lot. 45:40 - Suddenly
The Huddle takes a look at Kerr's health, enjoys the Portland Sweep, picks who they'd like to see in the second Rd and takes a few calls. TWEET US by clicking here: warriorshuddle EMAIL US by clicking here: firstname.lastname@example.org Subscribe to us on iTunes here, Google Play here or Stitcher here. Listen to the AlmightyBaller Podcast Network on iTunes. Listen and subscribe to ABPN podcasts at AlmightyBaller.com
The San Antonio Spurs took a 3-2 series lead Tuesday against the Memphis Grizzlies with a 116-103 victory. Despite San Antonio building an 18-point lead in the third quarter, Memphis cut the Spurs' lead down to four points in the fourth, before Kawhi Leonard and Patty Mills helped San Antonio avoid a late game collapse. In the Game 5 Project Spurs Vidcast, Paul Garcia breaks down the Spurs' win based on some of their key playmakers, while their offense and defense are analyzed and there's a mini preview of what to look for in tonight's Game 6. To watch the video version, head over to YouTube and subscribe to Paul's channel.