Brought to you by www.thesportsstuff.com, "The Crossover" is a combination of Knicks and Nets talk rolled into one disjointed package. Co-hosts Rusty & PMAC, two mad Aussie hoops junkies and fans of Nets and Knicks basketball respectively, give you game recaps, news and previews mixed in with smack-talk, random player abuse and sometimes even the odd bit of manlove. "The Crossover" is truly a no holds barred take on NY/NJ basketball.
The Original and the Best
The guys are finally back to give a quick preview of the rosters in the tri state area. There isn't a lot going on in Brooklyn apart from Lopez, Lin, RHJ and two disgusting role players. As for the lineup at MSG, well, from 7 through 15 leaves a lot to be desired (check the outtake during the end credits at around 41 mins for the REAL thoughts). As always, Rusty mentions Vince and pmac's baby starts crying on cue. Another barnstorming episode!
No more false dawns
The boys are finally back for episode #170 and touch on everything 2016 has had to offer so far. For the Nets - a proper rebuild has begun under a new GM and coach, while for the Knicks - so much hinges on the health of their two biggest acquisitions.
The guys are back to talk about the Nets firing both the Coach and GM as well as touching on the Knicks' mini resurgence. There is never a dull moment with these two franchises!
2015 ends with a bang
The boys are back for episode 168 - the final one for 2015 - and one of the main talking points is the ordeal faced by Knicks young gun Cleanthony Early.
The guys recap the past few weeks in both Manhattan and Brooklyn, and look ahead to what they want out of 2016 for their Knicks and Nets respectively.
The Kristaps Show
The guys are back to discuss all things Latvian in NYC. Kristaps has been a revelation for New York and led a semi resurgence towards the playoffs while the Nets have continued to flounder with no prospects for the future. Tough times for some. All that and more on TCO 167
The Titanic Division - back with a vengeance!
In episode #166, the boys return for a new season with a sobering take on the Eastern Conference and, in particular, the Atlantic... or should we say 'Titanic'... division. They run their eyes over the starting fives of all 15 Eastern Conference teams, and give their takes on the Brooklyn and New York rosters.