100 episodes

Veteran NBA writer Sekou Smith analyzes the latest NBA news and storylines with guests from around the NBA world.

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    • 4.2 • 230 Ratings

Veteran NBA writer Sekou Smith analyzes the latest NBA news and storylines with guests from around the NBA world.

    Sounds from the week with Gary Washburn

    Sounds from the week with Gary Washburn

    Boston Globe NBA writer, Gary Washburn talks with Sekou about the Celtics collapse during Game 2 and react to the interviews from Jaylen Brown, Jayson Tatum and Kemba Walker about the screaming that took place in the Celtics locker room postgame.

    • 11 min
    Playoffs in the Bubble with Chris Webber

    Playoffs in the Bubble with Chris Webber

    NBA on TNT color analyst Chris Webber talks with Sekou about the shocking performance from the Los Angeles Clippers in their Game 7 defeat to the Denver Nuggets, how the Bubble is an equalizer and why LeBron James is built for the bubble.

    • 18 min
    Playoffs in the Bubble with Allie LaForce

    Playoffs in the Bubble with Allie LaForce

    NBA on TNT sideline reporter Allie LaForce sits with Sekou to talk about life in the bubble, how the Nuggets have played with a chip on their shoulder all postseason, how Kawhi Leonard has stepped up as a vocal leader on and off the court and how she’s looking forward to not getting cut off by the rope when the champion hoists that Larry O’Brien trophy.

    • 16 min
    Sounds from the week with John Schuhmann

    Sounds from the week with John Schuhmann

    NBA.com writer John Schuhmann joins Sekou Smith to react to the best sounds of the week from the NBA. Both Sekou and John dive into Steve Nash's press conference announcement of the Brooklyn Nets head coach hire, Kevin Durant's thoughts regarding Steve Nash, Michael Porter Junior's remarks about what the Nuggets need to do differently and Anthony Davis's reaction to some unexpected guests who interrupted one of his interviews.

    • 16 min
    Playoffs in the Bubble with Stan Van Gundy

    Playoffs in the Bubble with Stan Van Gundy

    Stan Van Gundy joins Sekou Smith to discuss what makes this Heat team so special and why Erik Spoelstra is finally getting the credit he deserves as a coach. Stan explains why the Clippers have the most depth out of any team and how Jamal Murray, Donovan Mitchell and Jaylen Brown are must-watch television.

    • 24 min
    Playoffs in the Bubble with Kevin Harlan

    Playoffs in the Bubble with Kevin Harlan

    NBA on TNT sports announcer Kevin Harlan joins Sekou on the Hang Time podcast to discuss his experience calling games without fans, how the Miami Heat have caught his eye and how these playoffs are some of the best basketball games we've ever seen.

    • 18 min

Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5
230 Ratings

230 Ratings

Bentmyshades ,

NBA

This show is awesome. But a basketball podcast needs to be more than once a week so much changes day to day especially in the finals. And if they keep this over the starters I’ll never listen again.

Imorva88 ,

Sekou is the best!

This podcast is singlehandedly what keeps me engaged with the NBA- Sekou is such thoughtful host and his guests, especially of the industry writer, local reporter and analyst variety, really allow you to pop the hood on the amazing game that is basketball. What might happen if such-and-such roster gets shaken up? What are the budgetary factors that owners and coaches juggle? What's the atmosphere in a certain stadium like as of late? How do the players a player is surrounded with effect him? What players make a big impact for their team off the court? Which players won't ever be on a highlight reel but do thankless tasks exceptionally well? Raw substance here, nobody trying to be an in-your-face personality to get their big break or anything like that. Sometimes there's something to be desired of the audio quality but I'll take substance over style any day. Keep it going!

Jesus Thong ,

How?

I’m guessing this is a bat kid situation, and the dude hosting this is actually ten and dying of cancer. That is the only explanation as to why the NBA would make this show, or let some random fan host it. Very bizarre.

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