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Basketball, Boxing, Music and everything else in between. If you're looking for more in your sports talk, look no further than "The Quarter-Lee Report". A full dose of sports and entertainment at a quarter of the cost.

The Quarter-Lee Report Armon Lee

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    • 4.7 • 13 Ratings

Basketball, Boxing, Music and everything else in between. If you're looking for more in your sports talk, look no further than "The Quarter-Lee Report". A full dose of sports and entertainment at a quarter of the cost.

    The Quarter-Lee Report Ep. 203 "Less Than Perfect Timing"

    The Quarter-Lee Report Ep. 203 "Less Than Perfect Timing"

    This week on the show, Armon breaks down an exciting heavyweight showdown between Tyson Fury & Deontay Wilder -- but suggests we all pump the breaks on the "greatness" of the fighters and the fight.

    (1:30 - 48:24)

    Kyrie Irving continues to run his mouth and NOT play basketball. How could his position impact all we *thought* we knew about the Nets, Kevin Durant and James Harden's future and what looked like the most lopsided trade in decades?

    (48:27 - 1:12:43)

    All of that PLUS the NFL has become a battle between the haves and have nots. Why Baker Mayfield exists somewhere in between.

    (2:05:32 - 2:15:58)

    • 2 hr 17 min
    The Quarter-Lee Report Ep. 202 "Another Urban Legend"

    The Quarter-Lee Report Ep. 202 "Another Urban Legend"

    On this week's show, Armon struggles with certain athletes who often use their voice for good. However, when it comes to anti-vax theories, it may be time to reconsider advocating for them to use their platforms at all.

    (1:58 - 24:56)

    ESPN is once again changing how they cover the NBA. But why should any hoop head be excited about these changes? 

    (24:57 - 48:24)

    All that plus Urban Meyer found himself caught up in a firestorm this week. But for some odd reason the backlash to this incident is far greater than to his previous controversies -- even though this current situation is none of our business.

    (1:00:21 - 1:20:31)

    • 1 hr 35 min
    The Quarter-Lee Report Ep. 201 "Dumb & Dumber"

    The Quarter-Lee Report Ep. 201 "Dumb & Dumber"

    This week on the show, Armon once again weighs in on the drama in the city of Brotherly Love, as Ben Simmons' days seemed to be numbered. Where things went wrong. Why a trade hasn't been made, and the issue of a team, fanbase and analyst "choosing" the wrong guy.

    (1:31 - 38:25)

    Media Day for the NBA is *typically* a day where every fan and player things about the possibilities of success. However, this year? It was a cold reminder of how far removed this league & we as a society are from reality.

    (38:28 - 1:01:35)

    And after a lackluster summer REAL boxing came back in a major way last weekend. I breakdown the amazing performance by the new Heavyweight champ, and what else is in store for quarter 4 in the squared circle.

    (1:07:23 - 1:23:08)

    • 1 hr 42 min
    The Quarter-Lee Report Ep. 200 "Too Big to Fail"

    The Quarter-Lee Report Ep. 200 "Too Big to Fail"

    For our 200th episode Armon breaks down the hysteria after Drake's recent release. And tells us why, when discussing the rapper from Toronto, its important to ignore the extremes.

    (2:25 - 52:52)

    Just months ago, Paul Pierce was in the midst of a self-inflicted wound, that his post playing career in a bit of a holding pattern. Turns out that was the best thing that could happen to him.

    (52:55 - 1:05:35)

    And the NFL is BACK! After its opening night, there is no denying the success of the sport, but even if the play on the field wasn't as great as it was Thursday, its clear, as Americans, we can't kick the habit even if we wanted to.

    (1:29:16 - 1:44:55)

    • 1 hr 46 min
    The Quarter-Lee Report Ep. 199 "Why So Serious?"

    The Quarter-Lee Report Ep. 199 "Why So Serious?"

    This week on the show, Armon wonders why baseball takes itself so serious, and how in the world people can be mad at thumbs down.

    (1:45 - 18:27)

    The documentary on the "Malice at the Palace" was an interesting stroll down memory lane. Hear my review of the Netflix doc, and why it should've went longer.

    (18:29 - 38:05)

    All of that plus, what's in a name? Well let some fans tell it, everything. Why we need relax when team's make necessary changes to their names and mascotts.

    (1:09:15 - 1:31:34)

    • 1 hr 33 min
    The Quarter-Lee Report Ep. 198 "Nas Is Good"

    The Quarter-Lee Report Ep. 198 "Nas Is Good"

    On this week's show Armon breaks down why the Sixers may regret re-signing one of the league's absolute BEST players.

    (2:03 - 21:35)

    Nas is one of our best musicians. And his most recent project only confirmed it. And it made me do something I thought i'd never do.

    (21:43 - 43:02)

    All of that plus, Sha'Carri Richardson has a lot of defenders But just because you support her doesn't mean we can get these jokes off.

    (54:35 - 1:13:36)

    • 1 hr 21 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
13 Ratings

13 Ratings

E Pluribus Wood ,

Whole Game is Nice

Great to find the Quarter Lee Report available on Apple Podcast, as well as other places. Armon Lee is another one of the thoughtful, capable indie voices out here truly doing excellent work. I’d strongly suggest passing on some of the lazy sports talk on the bigger platforms, and tap into a individual that’s talking high level sports with a solid mix of various major headlines.

Educator13 ,

Great Podcast!

Host Armon Lee displays a great blend of creativity and powerful insight. He is knowledgeable across the spectrum of sports. His passionate delivery keeps the listener engaged and on the top toes of anticipation on what’s next. This is a great podcast!

chloe crafts ,

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