Heat Beat Ep. 131: Cleveland Dumpster Fire

Giancarlo Navas, Brian Goins, Leif, Brassjazz, Alex Toledo and Christian Hernandez spend the entire show debating Kyrie Irving’s value, what it would take for Miami to acquire him, and why Cleveland is turning into full dumpster fire mode. Gianni also reveals a hidden love for Tyler Johnson that you can’t miss. Oh… and Brian’s Time to Shine returns, sort of. …

Heat Beat Ep. 130: “Are We Homers?”

Gianni tones his outraged persona down for this episode. Hooray! Brass, Leif, Alex Toledo and Brian Goins join to discuss everything from puppet media questions, the Heat Beat perception of being homers, and who the most likely Heat member to search on the deep web is? We also debut “That’s So Riley?” where we take your hard-hitting journalism questions that the …

Heat Beat Ep. 128: Who The Hell Is Adebayo?

Draft day is among us!!! We watch the draft live and react to everything as it happened. Gianni has no idea about who any of these people are. Nekias and Alex try to provide analysis. We also watch Monk drop and are on “Monk Watch” for much of the show. Also, who the hell is Adebayo? Podcast: Play in new window | …

Heat Beat Ep. 127 How Drunk is Too Drunk?

The Finals are over!! The guys break down the NBA Finals as everyone slanders a different person. We talk how delusional HEAT fans think they are getting everyone and how McBobs is gonna save the HEAT? Gianni also tells his drunken story at a Chicago wedding, the guys react. Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe: Android | …

Heat Beat Ep. 123: Literal Quickness

Gianni, Brian, Nekias, Harrison and Alf discuss the 2017 NBA Draft Lottery and marvel at Alonzo Mourning’s facial expressions. We talk conference final playoff matchups, how dumb people are for suggesting that players should leave the East because of LeBron, and Brian reads scouting reports on prospects the HEAT may target poorly. Podcast: Play in new window | Download | …

Heat Beat Ep. 122: Statistically Obtuse w/ Chris Wittyngham (beIN Sports & Univision)

We welcomed Chris Wittyngham of beIN Sports & Univision as our special guest to join Giancarlo Navas and Brian Goins in discussions that involve: Media members and former coaches who are statistically obtuse about advanced metrics, who the greatest NBA journeymen ever is, what if NBA commentators and color analysts don’t rotate every year, and why the HEAT shouldn’t pursue a …