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New Orleans Pelicans Guard JJ Redick and his co-host Tommy Alter discuss the NBA, current events and interview some of the biggest names in the NBA, entertainment and political worlds. Launching from inside the NBA bubble, the show offers unprecedented access to the league while telling the stories of an eclectic rotating group of guests.

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New Orleans Pelicans Guard JJ Redick and his co-host Tommy Alter discuss the NBA, current events and interview some of the biggest names in the NBA, entertainment and political worlds. Launching from inside the NBA bubble, the show offers unprecedented access to the league while telling the stories of an eclectic rotating group of guests.

    Episode 45: Bryan Stevenson

    Episode 45: Bryan Stevenson

    In this fourth installment of the OM3 Leadership Series, JJ and Tommy sit down with human rights activist and founder & Executive Director of the 'Equal Justice Initiative' Bryan Stevenson. In this fascinating and emotionally moving interview, Bryan explains what the EJI actually does, the journey he has taken that brought him to this point, the difficulties of dealing with the political and social rhetoric in today's society, what makes a true leader, and so much more. It's a can't miss interview that will surely open your eyes, your mind, and your heart.

    Describes what the Equal Justice Initiative does

    Why the EJI came about and how congress stopped funding for legal representation for death row inmates

    What was the initial feedback and was it difficult getting money from donors for this project

    What was his "ah-ha" moment that sent him on this mission

    How white supremacy has reached another high point in these recent years

    Have the attacks on the capital altered his mindset

    1 in 10 death row inmates are innocent. How do we get that number understood by the public

    How surreal was it to see some of his life's work in a movie 

    How much of his time now is talking to elected officials

    The difficulty of not getting frustrated by the political rhetoric of today

    Has there been a personal toll that his work has taken on him

    How would he describe leadership and who are some of the best leaders he's seen

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    Episode 44: Kenan Thompson (featuring Tyrese Haliburton)

    Episode 44: Kenan Thompson (featuring Tyrese Haliburton)

    It's a very special episode of the Old Man and the Three this week as JJ and Tommy kick the show off by welcoming in Tyrese Haliburton as their new NBA correspondent. Wise beyond his years, Tyrese will be reporting in to the show often to discuss news and notes around the NBA and, of course, to give his unique take on what's going on behind the scenes. Then, the episode makes a shift to the lighter side when the hilarious SNL legend and new sitcom star Kenan Thompson joins in. Kenan details the quirks behind the SNL curtain and takes a deep dive into his career and how far he has come. He also gives the breakdown of his brand new show on NBC called "Kenan". Then, as if that isn't enough, we go back to Tyrese for the TOP 5 / Draft. It's a packed show that you will not want to miss.   
    ​Tyrese Haliburton

    JJ and Tommy welcome Tyrese into the OM3 family as they announce him as their new NBA correspondent 

    The guys discuss JJ's ejection and JJ clarifies what really went down

    The discussion shifts to the explosion in popularity of Top Shots and collectables as a whole

    Break down of Tyrese's play of late and how the game is slowing down for him

    Tyrese lists off some more 'welcome to the NBA' moments​

    Kenan Thompson

    Talks about his new show and how it came about

    The differences between doing a sitcom and performing on SNL

    What's his game day routine on Saturdays

    Was it hard to adjust to the late nights and when did his body got used to that schedule

    Did he ever think he would be doing this for 18 years

    What were his feelings about appearing on SNL for the first time

    Who are favorite people to do impressions of

    Keenan does some impressions

    Does he ever get starstruck on set

    Is there a role from his early acting career that people bring ups all the time

    His reaction to Lorne Michaels saying he's the one guy he can always count on

    What is it that keeps him locked in and coming back for more

    How does he measure whether or not a segment hits

    What happens when a sketch is just not working

    Have there been cast members that have come in where he knew immediately they were just going to kill

    Was Jimmy Fallon the worst at keeping a straight face during a sketch

    Is there a moment where the sketch just went so far off the rails it was out of control

    What celebrity host stands out in his mind for doing a great job

    Where do his sports loyalties lie

    How does it work with the whole free celebrity tickets

    TOP 5 / Draft with Tyrese
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    • 1 hrs 5분
    Episode 43: "Eat, Pray, Dunk" with Kevin Love

    Episode 43: "Eat, Pray, Dunk" with Kevin Love

    In this special bonus podcast, JJ and Tommy would like to introduce a brand new segment on the Old Man and the Three called "Eat, Pray, Dunk". This will be a segment that takes a deeper look into the athlete's life with conversations that delve into the cross section of sports, wellness, health, food, wine, and all the other aspects of an NBA player's life that may not be on the forefront of social media and in the public eye. And with that being said, who better to kick off this series than close friend of the pod Kevin Love. As usual, Kevin brings his 'A' game, and not only answers some burning questions and offers some honest and straightforward insight, but challenges JJ and Tommy with some questions of his own. Join us for Eat, Pray, Dunk. 


    • What was the motivation behind the reinvention of his body, training, and overall game
    • Are there any behaviors he looks back on in disbelief that actually took part in
    • Tommy delves into his unhealthy eating habits when he was in college
    • Which food that he gave up does he miss the most
    • How seeing change in his body boosted his motivation
    • On the dangers of taking a lifestyle change too far to where it becomes mentally unhealthy
    • The importance of having a balanced life and having mental check-ins
    • Due to the unstable circumstances of this year, has this been the toughest year to handle mentally
    • The angst a player feels when they are not able to play
    • How this season presents so many unique challenges
    • On making sure to enjoy the moment and to always aim to have no regrets
    • Kevin discusses his engagement
    • Speed round food questions
    • When did wine become a 'thing'
    • What are the best affordable wines
    The crew gives some of their most underrated food place 

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    • 49분
    Episode 42: Julius Randle (featuring Kevin Love)

    Episode 42: Julius Randle (featuring Kevin Love)

    Julius Randle is known league wide as someone who doesn't take plays off, a tireless worker, and a very underrated player. But that last narrative might be changing a bit this year as he is enjoying the finest season of his career, leading the Knicks to a surprising 6th seed position in the east. In this humble and honest interview, Julius digs deep into such topics as what it's like playing for Tom Thibodeau and how he's helped change the culture in NY, how he mentally worked through his season ending injury in his rookie year, on developing his 3 point shot, playing with Kobe during his last year, and much more. It's easy to see why he's such a respected player around the league. Then, to cap things off, JJ and Tommy welcome in close friend of the pod Kevin Love for the Top5/Draft. **Important note: The new segment "Eat, Pray, Dunk" will be premiering on Monday with Kevin Love as the first guest. You absolutely will want to hear that conversation so be sure to listen. 
    Julius Randle​

    Would he say that the Knicks have exceeded his expectations this year

    Discusses what it's like playing for Tom Thibodeau

    What is it about the young guys that have flourished under his coaching

    The difficulty of not getting reps this year due to lack of practice

    On craving the detailed preparation that Thibs brings and how he has welcomed it

    How being prepared has translated into confidence

    From a mental standpoint, how did he deal with coming to the NBA and losing after winning so much in college

    Discusses his mindset after suffering a broken leg on opening night of his rookie season 

    On making the hurdle of getting back to real game motion after an injury

    Is this career year he's having due to the coaching, him just getting better, or both

    Is there a feeling of vindication with him having such a great year

    What's the "no fan" MSG experience been like

    On dealing with the media in the major markets he has played in

    Discusses the young talent that was on those laker teams in his early years in LA

    On developing his 3 point shot and how he cultivated that skill

    The genius of Fred Vincent as a shooting coach

    How important footwork is to a successful shot and did he learn anything from Kobe 

    On the viral video of his son's peewee basketball tackle. 

    Talks about Kobe's last year and what memories stand out

    On Kobe's last game 

    How Knick fans are looking for hope 

    Gives his take on D-Rose and what a great teammate he is and how hard he works

    His thoughts on Immanuel Quickley​

    What it would mean for him to make the All-Star Game this year


    TOP 5/Draft with Kevin Love

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    • 1 hrs 8분
    Episode 41: Steven Adams

    Episode 41: Steven Adams

    ​Steven Adams is a great player, no doubt. But his talent on the court almost pales in comparison to his salt of the earth personality. It's hard not to be impressed with his approach to basketball and life in general, and he accomplishes this by utilizing three simple words: keep it simple. Whether it's intentional or just the manner in which he is wired, Adams has little trouble putting all the craziness of the NBA lifestyle in perspective.  In this interview, he delves into topics ranging from his early days of playing youth basketball in New Zealand, where his minimalistic life approach comes from, to taking the court as a rookie with two of the biggest generational NBA talents in Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook. It's an interview you simply need to hear. And don't forget about the TOP 5/Draft, because everyone needs a holiday. 

    On the exhausting pace of this season and the general feeling around the project of an All Star Game 

    On what his game day prep in a normal season as compared to this year

    Discusses some of the unique exercises he practices in the weight room

    Was there ever a time he was too into weight lifting and had to scale it back

    Discusses why he wasn't a fan of college basketball

    On his feelings during his draft not even thinking he was going to be picked

    What were his aspirations growing up playing basketball in New Zealand

    Who were the NBA players that he tried to emulate as he first started getting into hoops

    Did he play rugby and did his size translate at all

    What is it about New Zealanders that helped them accomplish such a successful coronavirus response 

    Steven breaks down the beauty of his farm in New Zealand and his love of soil

    On the billionaires buying 'doomsday' plots in New Zealand and is there any pushback by the natives 

    What's his impression of Zion Williams 

    Was it overwhelming to be thrust onto a team ready to win the championship coming out of college

    Claiming the game 7 win against the Grizzlies as his own because Z-Bo punched him in game 6 and got ejected

    What was Russell Westbrook like as a teammate

    Was it hard to perform with the strong personalities on the Thunder

    What his impression of Kevin Durant was like when started playing alongside him

    Where does his minimalistic approach to life come from

    On the culture shock of the NBA world

    On the sobering prospect of becoming irrelevant 

    Looking back at the 2016 series against the Warriors​

    How great the people of Oklahoma were during his time there

    Breaks down his incredible Hail Mary pass to Dennis Schroder 

    Weighs in on some of the highs and lows of his eating habits

    TOP 5/Draft

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    • 1 hrs 24분
    Episode 40: Mayor LaToya Cantrell

    Episode 40: Mayor LaToya Cantrell

    Mayor LaToya Cantrell is certainly no stranger to community work. In fact, it's the backbone to her entire professional and political career. In this spectacular interview, Mayor Cantrell shows just why she connects so well with the public as her usual sharp wit, humor, intelligence and passion are on full display. She digs deep into topics such as her family origins​ and influence, how she came to fall in love with the city of New Orleans, on the difficult decisions she has made and faces during the pandemic, where her unending confidence comes from, and much more. 

    On the fans making some noise at recent home games

    The special community that makes up N.O.

    What was it about the city that connected with her when she moved there

    When was the first time she ever came to N.O.

    Did she ever suspect back then that she would come to represent the city

    How difficult was it to shut down the bars for Mardi Gras 

    Handling the backlash of this decision

    Once the virus is under control, how do you get N.O. back to normal

    On her journey and the role her family played throughout her life

    Where her confidence comes from

    Did the Church play a role in her approach with the public

    Life in N.O. before and after Hurricane Katrina

    What does it take to be a good community organizer

    Where can she do her 'best good' within her role as mayor

    On protecting the city's brand in dealing the film industry

    What was her motivation to step into the political ring

    What advice does she have to someone who wants to give back to their community

    Has her view of 'service' changed or evolved over the years

    If the reward isn't financial, what keeps her going through criticism and crisis

    In order to help, service has to be intimate

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