Brian Windhorst and a team of ESPN's Insiders sort out life in and around the NBA world.
2022 Free Agency Frenzy
Brian Windhorst is joined by ESPN's Tim MacMahon and Tim Bontemps to react to a wild day in NBA free agency led by Kevin Durant requesting trade from the Brooklyn Nets. The guys talk possible destinations for what could be an unprecedented haul before diving into what this means for Kyrie, how much better the Hawks got, if a rebuild is upon us in Utah and more!
Kyrie Opts In, Wall To LA
Brian Windhorst is joined by ESPN's Nick Friedell and Marc J. Spears to react to Kyrie Irving opting into his contract with the Nets before talking about how that impacts his future in Brooklyn or potentially elsewhere. Plus, the significance of John Wall to the Clippers.
2022 NBA Draft Reaction
Brian Windhorst is joined by ESPN's Tim MacMahon and Tim Bontemps to react to the 2022 NBA Draft including Paolo Banchero jumping up to the top pick, the biggest surprises of Round 1, what exactly the Knicks were doing and the latest on the Kyrie saga with the Nets.
2022 NBA Draft Preview, Kyrie Wants Out?
Brian Windhorst is joined by ESPN's Kevin Pelton to talk the logistics of where Kyrie could go outside of Brooklyn and the chances he remains with the Nets. Plus, the guys get you ready for Thursday’s NBA Draft with who could go #1 and some players who will greatly outperform their selection.
2022 NBA Finals Game 6 Reaction - Holy Cannoli
Brian Windhorst and Zach Lowe react to the Warriors winning the NBA Finals in Game 6 from the floor of the TD Garden. The guys discuss the level of difficulty for Golden State to win this title, Draymond showing up big time, the Warriors savoring this one, this being the crowning moment of Steph Curry’s career, Boston looking totally discombobulated, Tatum struggling down the stretch and how many times Klay has said 'Holy Cannoli' before.
2022 NBA Finals Game 6 Preview
Brian Windhorst is joined by ESPN's Tim MacMahon and Tim Bontemps to preview Game 6 of the NBA Finals including how Steph Curry will bounce back, why Ime Udoka says Boston likes doing things the hard way and the key to the series that continues to pop up. Plus, how Golden State’s smart financial decisions continue to set the team up for success.
Recensioni dei clienti
Love it. Legs rocks, Russillo rocks, get Jalen Rose on more podcasts please!
Getting better… Champion notwithstanding…
This podcast was great 2 years ago (thanks to Russillo), very very good last year (Legs Legler, Yam and others). This year, Gutierrez tries his best to keep it good, but Bowen is unbearable with his screams and preconceived opinions... Get rid of the bow tie!
I could not go higher than 2 stars.
After a better 2013 season, in which Bowen finally toned down his antics, this year edition is very good and could be better if they'll limit the crew of hosts.
Gutierrez, Sedano, Goodman, Kezirian, Shelburne and Stein are REALLY good.
Elhassan could be very good if he cuts his acting: You're not gonna be a standup comedian man and with the earphones on your screams are a real pain in the butt. You're competent and insightful, why play the "payaso"?
Windhorst is good when he doesn't talk LeBron (so he's good about 10% of the time).
Cari Champion is absolutely annoying and her "Lakers takes" are dreadful. Probably she worked too much on First Take (AKA The Worst Sport Show On Earth): she screams, she interrupts other hosts (she learned that very well from Skip "The Idiot" Bayliss), she blabbers constantly about useless things, she always defends herself with the "Everybody could express his opinions..." (another thing she learned on the WSSOH), she really drags down all the episodes she's in.
(Yes producer, now you could insert one of the stupid "hate hard" jingle that so often destroy the flow of the podcast...).
Only 4 stars thanks to Cari... Maybe next year they could reach 5.