The Judge (Daniel Green, @DanielAGreen1) is back to help us achieve glory on an enticing yet tricky 9 game NBA DFS slate. A horrifying beginning to the show, as the Boogeyman makes a return appearance. The infamous creature takes us to his lair where he gives thanks to those we loathe in the DFS world (and he has a shocking surprise for us). The Judge then enters and continues his dangerous search for the "Vegas Man." Next, the Judge takes care of some housekeeping (make sure to check out DGCourtroom.com) before praising Wednesday's Chambers' winners. Then, we take a trip to Vegas before the Judge breaks down the top plays at each position. Enjoy. #FreeLittleJimmy
Tim and James sum up the slate for the 24th of November featuring some serious discussion on Taj Gibson, Jimmy Butler, Dwight Howard and the Minnesota Timberwolves. They advise looking into some value at Thaddeus Young to try and fill the lineups and get some contingency plans for injured players.
It's been a trying season for Suns fans. With it being Thanksgiving, let's do a round table and discuss one thing we're all thankful for with each player. Plus, we hit your Brightside comments & more with Dave King (@DaveKingNBA), Tim Tompkins (@RadioTimNBA) and Greg Esposito (@Espo).
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William Lou breaks down the Toronto Raptors’ strange loss to the New York Knicks.
Gerald Henderson Award: Courtney Lee
Cole and Sean start to figure out this podcasting thing by introducing a consistent structure with a couple new segments. They start with news and updates, of course hitting on Michael Porter's devastating surgery news, followed by some brief updates about Trae Young, De'Anthony Melton, Mikal Bridges, and Collin Sexton. In the first of many NBA segments to come, we explore our ignorance about the potential one-and-done rule change, then get to the regular meat of Ode to Oden with extensive breakdowns of Luka Doncic and Michael Porter. Enjoy.
Remember, if you retweet my initial episode announcement tweet, you'll be entered to an Ode to Oden or The Stepien t-shirt.
On Ep 2 of Women’s Hops And Talks (W.H.A.T.) Podcast,Tara and Kendyl talk with Associated Press reporter Anne Peterson whose beat has included the Portland Trail Blazers since 2002. We hear about her early days in the Bay Area, her first call to meet Arvydas Sabonis when she got to Portland, covering soccer and volleyball at the Olympic games and many tales of her interactions with some of the most notorious Blazers.
How to write a story about Rasheed when he wouldn’t talk to the press
A special bond with Sebastian Telfair
Her one regret about Ruben Patterson
Trying to keep track of Zach Randolph and Damon Stoudemeir
We also hear about what it was like to cover more recent Trail Blazers like Brandon Roy and Greg Oden.
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Subscribe to the Blazer's Edge Podcast via iTunes and now Google Play.We are part of the Almighty Baller Radio Network. Check out our podcast and all the other NBA podcasts at almightyballer.com.Blazer’s Edge night has been announced! This year we’re going to send 2,000 kids to the Moda Center to watch the Blazers play the Kings on February 27th, and you can
Imagine, You're at Thanksgiving with all of your NBA friends
De'Aaron Fox joins the Cowbell Kingdom Podcast to talk Kings vs Lakers, why the team has struggled and Call of Duty. We want fans to join the conversation by using #CKNBA
Call of Duty returns to its roots with Call of Duty: WWII—a breathtaking experience that redefines World War II for a new gaming generation. Land in Normandy on D-Day and battle across Europe through iconic locations in history’s most monumental war. Experience classic Call of Duty combat, the bonds of camaraderie, and the unforgiving nature of war. The campaign features performances from Josh Duhamel and Jonathan Tucker. Call of Duty: WWII’s co-operative mode also unleashes a new and original story, featuring David Tennant, Katheryn Winnick, Elodie Yung and Udo Kier,providing player with a next-level standalone game experience full of unexpected, adrenaline-pumping moments. Rated: M – Mature (17+)Available: November 3, 2017Platforms: PlayStation®4, Xbox One® and PCMSRP: $39.99 (Standard Edition); $39.99 (Digital Standard Edition); $99.99 (Digital Deluxe); $99.99 (Pro Edition)Assets: https://www.webcargo.net/l/pGZt5sinKX/
We continue our in-season analysis. The Pelicans bigs are dominating the competitions. But the lack of wing players on the roster are holding them back. Can they find a way to get and stay better than .500? The Spurs have gone back to Patty Mills to start at point guard, how does that affect the rotation? How does that help Kyle Anderson and Rudy Gay? The Jazz believe in themselves while most of the rest of us are writing them off after the Gobert injury. Are the Thunder what their record says they are? Or is it the net rating? The Blazers are the second best defensive rating in the league? Is the defense for real? The Rockets are playing really well but are key rotation players playing too much? The Kings are depressing, but as always we hope it gets better. The Mavericks are lining up for a good amount of ping pong balls. But what is up with Noel’s playing time?
All of this and more.
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In Episode 471, Spurcast host Paul Garcia is joined by Project Spurs writer Collin Reid, where both writers discuss the following topics:
The Spurs’ 2-0 record in their last 2 games against the Oklahoma City Thunder and Atlanta Hawks.
Kyle Anderson’s play through 17 games as a starter.
Manu Ginobili’s recent comments about the use of the post-up.
Rudy Gay’s acclimation off the bench.
#Spurscast questions about Danny Green and Anderson this summer.
Previewing the Spurs’ next 4 games against the New Orleans Pelicans, Charlotte Hornets, Dallas Mavericks, and Memphis Grizzlies.
Follow Collin on Twitter @CollinReidPS and please be sure to read his work at Project Spurs.
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Do you have any Spurs questions on your mind? Tweet them to the hashtag #Spurscast to listen to Paul and a Project Spurs writer answer them in next week’s episode.
Today on ZardCast, CT and Duncan convene and are joined by WUSA9’s Frank Hanrahan to talk Washington Wizards before Thanksgiving. First, CT and Duncan run down a schedule loss to the Miami Heat, an injury loss to the Toronto Raptors and a solid win over the Milwaukee Bucks. Later, they’re joined by Frank to discuss the drive for 50 wins, the madness of the bench, Otto Porter’s hardhat and how he’s making Ernie Grunfeld look like a genius, if he’s buy into the “Beal is better than Wall” murmurs and more. Finally, the guys reel off the things for which they are not thankful.
Intro beats by The Passion HiFi.
Peak Performance Coach Art Rondeau visits Eric Pincus and Josh Martin of Hollywood Hoops to discuss Los Angeles Lakers point guard Lonzo Ball and his struggles to shoot the ball. Can the team help him re-work his shot during the season? Can it be done over the offseason or is it too late?
The Judge (Daniel Green, @DanielAGreen1) is back to help us achieve glory on a massive (and absurd) 14 game NBA DFS slate. A horrifying beginning to the show, as the Boogeyman makes a return appearance to rub salt in our DFS wounds from Monday. The Judge then enters and explains his dangerous search for the "Vegas Man." Next, the Judge takes care of some housekeeping (make sure to check out DGCourtroom.com) before praising Monday's Chambers' winners. Then, we take a trip to Vegas before the Judge breaks down the top plays at each position. Enjoy.
Tim and james preview a MASSIVE 14 game slate while they talk about Julius randle, greg monroe getting 30 minutes, and Josh Mcroberts should be freed from dallas some time soon.
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Happy Thanksgiving everyone! Let's talk turkey (it couldn't be helped) about the All Star team. This week Joe has a story for you and then Tim Tompkins joins Joe in some awesome nothing-about-basketball talk, so if you want to skip all the fun and go right to the All Star talk, go right to the 28 minute mark. Then Joe and Tim get into a debate about how many Sixers are going to make the team, the Wiggins vs Covington debate, the who's better Simmons or Embiid debate and if DeRozan is actually a great player, They spend way less time on the West but it's fun nonetheless. You're going to love this pod.
You can follow Tim on Twitter @RadioTimNBA and at The Drive and Dish Podcast and The Suns Solar Panel podcast, right here on the Almighty Baller network.
As a good friend mine use to say "it's not always rainbows and butterflies." That's certainly the case for the Pistons' recently. Although we expected their pace to level off we were hoping to avoid a 28 point loss to the Cavs. It's all good though and we have things to celebrate, including a come from behind victory in Minnesota.
All that and more in this week's episode!
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The Hoopers fight through holiday malaise to still deliver a perfect podcast. We talk Lavar on CNN, then hit the Mail Sack for questions ranging from Charles Oakley to Jon’s stall stories. We also do a little Smart Guy NBA pod and National Media Guy NBA pod. At the very end of the pod after the closing song, Jon and Matt argue about whether Colangelo is a good GM.
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- Mail Sack (Oakley, Smart Guy NBA pod)
- Get@me,Dawg (Jonathon Simmons)
- Mother in law thoughts
- Shout Outs and Beefs (Nuggets, Kanter)
- Colangelo vs. Hinkie
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Since the Milwaukee Bucks took Giannis Antetokounmpo with the 15th pick of the 2013 NBA Draft, he’s shown tremendous growth as a basketball player, both literally and figuratively. This season, he has planted his name firmly within the MVP conversation, even if casual fans still have trouble pronouncing it. To guide us through this episode wholly devoted to the Grecian phenom, we’ve brought on Eric Nehm, Bucks beat writer for ESPN Milwaukee and cohost of the Locked on Bucks podcast. Eric explains how Giannis’ humble upbringing, laser-like focus and basketball obsession have all contributed to his nearly unprecedented development from a lanky, unknown draftee into the all but unstoppable force he is today. Get a sneak peek of our conversation about the Greek Freak this week with these excerpts (time stamps approximate because of tailored advertisements):
10:10-11:20: “There was a part of me that kind of didn’t love it [Giannis' nickname] at the start, just because I think ‘freak,’ the connotation of freak, there’s something wrong with you, there’s something to be ashamed about. Because I guess at some point I thought he was going to fit into a prototypical kind of archetype of an NBA player. That hasn’t happened. He