The Holding Court Podcast is a humorous look at NBA Basketball with hosts Gregg Gethard and Aaron Hertzog. The two are joined by guests to discuss on and off the court antics in the world of professional basketball.
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Gregg and Aaron try to manifest podcast sponsorships by talking about some of their favorite (and not-so-favorite) podcast sponsors and focus on one notorious ad-read from Philadelphia 76ers beat writer Keith Pompey. They touch on LeBron James‘ cryptic anti-practice tweet for a bit but then return to Pompey to explore why the writer seemed so uncomfortable talking about male enhancement chewables.
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The Ikea Challenge
Inspired by Gregg‘s nightmare week of trying to assemble a desk from IKEA, he talks with Aaron about what NBA players they think would excel at putting together Swedish furniture. Then, they create an IKEA challenge where NBA teams must work together to decorate a film room and debate which teams would work well together and which would not.
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Dancin‘ Lovin‘ Fightin‘ (feat. Sean G.)
Aaron and Gregg and joined by friend of the podcast Sean G. to talk about the lighter side of sports. Isn‘t this what Aaron and Gregg always do? Yes, thanks for pointing that out. But this week they literally talk about the lighter side of sports, pranks, meltdowns, and more.
Modern Modern Pentathlon
Gregg and Aaron are joined by Gregg‘s wife Ilana to create brand new Olympic hybrid sports. Then, the pair talk basketball nonsense including Nate Robinson‘s understanding of telepathy and what NBA writer and podcaster Brian Windhorst will and will not lick. It‘s a good time.
The Very First Basketball Podcast Ever
The Original Holding Court Podcast returns as hosts Aaron Hertzog and Gregg Gethard bring back the very first basketball podcast that there ever was on the internet. Don't tell us there were basketball podcasts before us. There weren't. There were none before and there will be none after. The Holding Court Podcast has returned.