Host William Lou files the weekly podcast from Argentina as preseason rounds thre corner.
-DeMar DeRozan as a playmaker
-Subtle changes in the offense (more threes)
-Jonas Valanciunas named as the starting center
-Who starts at small forward?
-OG Anunoby cleared for scrimmage
-Games this week
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In this episode of TTWire the guys talk about Dwyane Wade being bought out and signing with the Cleveland Cavaliers, Russell Westbrook's new contract, and who is the best shooter in the group.
Fear the Deer! The Greek Freak is on the loose. Milwaukee is near the top of the league with their nickname/slogan game, and this year, their basketball team looks pretty good too. That doesn't stop us from roasting them, of course. Hear where Tony Snell was before the Bucks and Matt's new nickname for Jabari Parker. Good thing Giannis is good at hoops because he's even worse at comedy than we are.
Hey, Westbrook signed the biggest deal in NBA history! Also, people need to stop farting on the subway! Then James Holas joins Joe to break down the Melo trade and OKC's outlook for the season. It's a good time so hang out and give a liste.
You can follow James on Twitter @SnottieDrippin and at BBallbreakdown.com
Jon Filet and Flava Dave round into preseason form to preview the Pacers' 2017-2018 season. Hope is in short supply, but intrigue and fascination abounds. How good will Myles Turner really be, what kind of player is Victor Oladipo, will Thad Young be traded, does Al Jefferson do yoga, will we see more Good Lance than Bad Lance? Also, the guys discuss the roles of Glenn Robinson III, Domantas Sabonis, guess how many times Nate McMillan will say, "Solid," and give some updates regarding some new ventures for the show.
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In Episode 463, Spurcast host Paul Garcia is joined by fellow Project Spurs writer Benjamin Bornstein. Paul and Ben discuss some of the latest talk coming out of training camp this week. They also talked about some NBA player movement, including one trade that could shake things up in the Western Conference. Afterward, they answer Twitter questions from fans using the #Spurscast on a variety of Spurs-related topics.
Spurs topics in this episode:
LaMarcus Aldridge on the addition of Rudy Gay and Pau Gasol's preference to start.
Tony Parker targeting late November for his injury return.
Manu Ginobili singing Dejounte Murray's praises
Spurs coach Gregg Popovich saying he would work on incorporating Aldridge more.
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NBA Statistics Guru Jacob Goldstein explains the shooting efficiency metric he developed, called Efficere. We look at Sixers past and present, and a couple of the NBA's star players.
In this Pure Sweat Rewind, Alan Stein sits down with business titan Gary Vaynerchuk to talk about hustle, self-awareness, legacy and how you can win in business, sports and life.
On this week's episode of the Salt City Hoops Show, hosts Andy Larsen and Ben Anderson talk about the first week of Jazz happenings. Who has impressed, who hasn't, and other news and notes from training camp and whatnot. Donovan Mitchell has impressed, talking about all of the new players, and much more.
The NBA's back! Media day just happened and training camp has officially started and Andy and Steve give insight and analysis on the team and what they have heard so far. They discuss expectations, roles, development and potential Eastern Conference All-Stars. Also, be sure to check out the new, Magic player hairstyles and what is trending. #WARlando
Donald Trump makes everything else in Washington seem a little better, the NBA team included. John Wall is back on a deal closer to what he thinks he deserves (don't try and tell him you can't get more than the max). Marcin Gortat is back for another season with the bench he dissed publicly last year. Find out how the team that dresses for games like they were funerals will fare this year. Just a guess: probably without any trips to the White House.
Taimon and Mike discuss the Mavs media day and some of the surprises that came from it.
Taimon and Mike discuss J.J. Barea's efforts to help in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico.
Taimon and Mike also discuss the two big NBA Transactions earlier this week which involved Dwayne Wade and Carmelo Anthony.
Taimon and Mike also discuss the Golden State Warriors refusal to go to the White House and President Trump's reaction prior to the team's decision.
Hollywood Hoops' Josh Martin and Eric Pincus discuss the optimism surrounding the Los Angeles Lakers, both for this season and in start hunting next summer. Can the team find a winning chemistry on the floor? Also, the Clippers head to Hawaii for camp, NCAA scandal, Sparks in WNBA Finals and the impact of recent NBA trades.
First show of the 2017-18 NBA season and we are back in full swing! Heat Twitter President Alf fills us in on what's been on his mind lately. Giancarlo Navas, Christian Hernandez, Leif, Alex Toledo and Brian Goins talk Dwyane Wade signing with Cleveland, roster construction, and trading Erik Spoelstra for Klay Thompson? Small Sample Size Theater makes its triumphant return and convinces us all how Miami has adopted the Spurs system.
We are previewing the season by going through each team and discussing why they are awful and no one should root for them. This is part 2, please check out part 1.
- Previewing the teams (Miami-Washington)
- Shout Outs and Beefs (North Korea solution, Back to the Future Conspiracy)
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In the DEBUT episode of the Swish Factor podcast, we cover Carmelo's trade to OKC, KD's impact on the NBA, teams we like and teams we don't like, and more. (0:35) - Intro (1:10) - Melo to OKC 4:42: What does Melo want in his career? (5:44): What does this mean for the Knicks? 14:50: What does this mean for OKC? (23:49): Did KD make the NBA better by going to GSW? (28:41): Which teams do we like and not like
Today on ZardCast, CT, Dave are Duncan convene to draft storylines for the upcoming Washington Wizards season. The guys select teams of five storylines, inevitable chatter and things to watch for during the year.
Be sure to follow the guys @ZardCast on Twitter and them know when one of these fantasy draftees pops up. Once the year is over, a neutral arbiter will oversee the scoring and crowning of a Fantasy Storyline Champion for the 2017-18 season.
Intro beats by The Passion HiFi.
Piston's Beat Writer Rod Beard of the Detroit News joins us for this week's episode.
We discuss the much debated social commentary regarding sports and politics and the role of silent protest. Stan Van Gundy's written statement as well as our expectations of how players will respond during the season.
In Piston's news we get into NBA Media Day. Rod gives us his impressions. What does he think will be our starting lineup? Reggie's health. Will the young guns get some run?
All that and more in this week's episode!
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We are back! You thought you could get rid of us. Think again. We back, and full on wack puttin' it on wax. Tings have happened. We're here to talk about them, all the while rev the engine for what will be one hell of an NBA Season. You should tell the world who we are, what we are, and how you can't stop listening to us.
Alan Stein has a powerful chat with Steve Wojciechowski, Head Coach at Marquette University, in part 2 of a 2 part series.