18 episodes

Alec and Nate host an NBA Podcast, where they discuss the current state of the NBA, teams, players, rules they'd like to see changed or implemented, and much more.

Alec and Nate have been discussing and enjoying basketball together all the way back to their time in college at Michigan State University in the early to mid 2010s. Because they no longer live in the same city (let alone time zone), they decided to start this podcast to keep their friendship strong, and they couldn't think of a better topic to discuss together than the NBA.

Because they both have full time jobs in different time zones, it can sometimes be difficult to find the time to record & edit the podcast. But it's something they're both enjoying doing, and have been having a lot of fun.

The Buckley's Buckets Podcas‪t‬ Buckley & Wright Podcasting

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Alec and Nate host an NBA Podcast, where they discuss the current state of the NBA, teams, players, rules they'd like to see changed or implemented, and much more.

Alec and Nate have been discussing and enjoying basketball together all the way back to their time in college at Michigan State University in the early to mid 2010s. Because they no longer live in the same city (let alone time zone), they decided to start this podcast to keep their friendship strong, and they couldn't think of a better topic to discuss together than the NBA.

Because they both have full time jobs in different time zones, it can sometimes be difficult to find the time to record & edit the podcast. But it's something they're both enjoying doing, and have been having a lot of fun.

    Ep. 19 - Bradley Beal and Better Trade Rules

    Ep. 19 - Bradley Beal and Better Trade Rules

    Nate and Alec discuss Bradley Beal and the Wizards, Ben Simmons and the 76'ers, Giannis and the Bucks, the Denver Nuggets, and the potential of allowing teams to retain salary when making trades.

    • 1 hr 26 min
    Ep. 18 - A New Season!

    Ep. 18 - A New Season!

    Alec and Nate return for a new basketball season, and a new season of The Buckley's Buckets Podcast!

    In this episode we briefly talk about as many teams as we can, how we feel about the Lakers, Bucks, Trailblazers, and more, and we briefly discuss James Harden, and players ability to force their way to/from teams.

    Song Credit
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    Deck the Halls by The HoHoHos!
    available on http://FreeMusicArchive.org

    • 1 hr 22 min
    Ep. 17 - Game 5 of the 1987 Pistons vs Celtics ECF (feat. Michael Gilbert)

    Ep. 17 - Game 5 of the 1987 Pistons vs Celtics ECF (feat. Michael Gilbert)

    As we continue into our NBA basketball drought, we present the first episode of our new 'Run it Back' Series.

    With Nate out for this episode, we have a guest host Michael Gilbert on. Alec and Michael discuss the 1987 Conference Finals game 5 between the Pistons and Celtics, exploring the players, plays, coaching, and legacy of everyone involved on this weeks episode of Buckley's Buckets!

    • 1 hr 31 min
    Ep. 16 - Coronavirus, The Clippers, and Old School Players

    Ep. 16 - Coronavirus, The Clippers, and Old School Players

    Alec and Nate talk about the ramifications of Covid-19, the state of the Clippers, and a potential addition to the NBA All-Star game involving old school players.

    • 35 min
    Ep. 15 - An All-Star Monologue

    Ep. 15 - An All-Star Monologue

    Alec gives a monologue about this years all-star game, and what the sport of basketball means to him, and many of us as well.

    • 14 min
    Ep. 14 - Celtics, Thunder, Pelicans, and Ben Gordon

    Ep. 14 - Celtics, Thunder, Pelicans, and Ben Gordon

    Nate and Alec talk about the Celtics and their playoff changes, The Oklahoma City Thunder and their prospects going forward, Zion and the Pelicans, and Ben Gordon and mental health awareness.

    • 1 hr

Customer Reviews

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4 Ratings

4 Ratings

JohnnyDorean ,

Fun Podcast

The hosts are pretty enjoyable to listen to. They'll get off-topic from time to time, but the tangents are always interesting.

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