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Best podcasts about Adande

Latest podcast episodes about Adande

The News with Shepard Smith
Gabby Petito Autopsy, Gruden's Resignation, Aspirin Guidance

The News with Shepard Smith

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 49:39


Board-certified forensic pathologist Priya Banerjee discusses the coroner's findings in the death of 22-year-old Gabby Petito. CNBC's Kayla Tausche reports on the tightening race for Virginia governor. CNBC's Seema Mody updates on how the White House is pushing back on Texas Governor Greg Abbott's new ban on vaccine mandates. CNBC's Kate Rogers reports on the country's teacher shortage. Sports reporter J.A. Adande discusses Jon Gruden's resignation as head coach of the Las Vegas Raiders. CNBC's Diana Olick reports on the cost of climate change. Plus, cardiologist Harlan Krumholz breaks down the latest findings on Aspirin and internal bleeding.

Brother from Another
"Do you make your bed in the morning?"

Brother from Another

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2021 97:45


(00:00) Holley and Smith compare Giannis Antetokounmpo's Game 4 block to LeBron James in 2016(23:20) The brothers discuss Chris Paul's ‘mini meltdown' and wonder if he and the Suns can take control of game 5 (40:05) Do you make your own bed? Dwayne Casey believes making your bed means making it in the NBA (49:05) J.A. Adande joins the show to give his assessment of the NBA finals and weigh in on the better dunk debate (1:09:50) Reports surface that Tom Brady played last year with a partially torn MCL then former teammates claim Aaron Rodgers will report to camp(1:17:20) Monica McNutt joins the show to talk USA basketball and preview the Olympics (1:26:45) Happy 16th Wedding Anniversary to Michael and Sarah Smith See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Watch the Media with John Shrader
JA Adande & Malcolm Moran and Sports Journalism in the wake of Osaka Withdrawal

Watch the Media with John Shrader

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2021 60:26


Watch the Media June 6, 2021 Sports Journalism after Osaka Withdraws from French Open Athletes and Sources: Access and Relationships with the Media J.A. Adande Professor Northwestern University, former ESPN, LA Times, Washington Post Malcolm Moran Professor IUPUI, Indianapolis, former New York Times, USA Today Tim Keown Senior Writer, ESPN [Tim has comments about empathy in reporting and writing and the value of sports journalism] Naomi Osaka withdrew from the French Open this week, after citing her anxiety of doing post-match press conferences. She was fined $15,000 after skipping the presser following her first match after which she withdrew. She said it was for her own mental health. She apologized to the fans and to the reporters who cover tennis. Adande and Moran are both long-time, award-winning sports journalists who now run sports journalism programs at their respective schools. We talk about Osaka, mental health, sourcing, access regarding athletes/sources and journalists. It is deep and timely.

Podcasts Bickley & Marotta
Bickley+Marotta wonder what happened to LeBron's shoulders

Podcasts Bickley & Marotta

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2021 46:34


Hour 3 has a Bickley Blast on Suns-Lakers and a visit from J.A. Adande and Lakers insider Scott Kaplan. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Podcasts Bickley & Marotta
Bickley+Marotta wonder what happened to LeBron's shoulders

Podcasts Bickley & Marotta

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2021 46:34


Hour 3 has a Bickley Blast on Suns-Lakers and a visit from J.A. Adande and Lakers insider Scott Kaplan. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Brad Cesmat Show
Suns-Lakers Game 5, J.A. Adande, Bruce Cooper

The Brad Cesmat Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2021 31:07


Game 5 is tonight in Phoenix. The crowd could play a pivotal role. J.A. Adande (5:04 on podcast) talks about the Suns-Lakers series from his national perspective. 12News legend Bruce Cooper (17:59 on podcast) offers his own local insight on the Suns being in the playoffs after not seeing them there in the past decade.The post Suns-Lakers Game 5, J.A. Adande, Bruce Cooper first appeared on Sports360AZ.

The Brad Cesmat Show
Memorial Day, J.A. Adande, Bruce Cooper

The Brad Cesmat Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2021 28:37


Suns won Game 4 in Los Angeles on Sunday. Brad thinks the Suns are in a good position to win this series if Chris Paul is healthy. J.A. Adande (2:34 on podcast) talks about the Suns-Lakers series from his national perspective. 12News legend Bruce Cooper (15:30 on podcast) offers his own local insight on the Suns being in the playoffs after not seeing them there in the past decade.The post Memorial Day, J.A. Adande, Bruce Cooper first appeared on Sports360AZ.

Conversation Privée
Épisode 22 - Vanessa Adande, fondatrice du cabinet de conseil financier Ellipsis

Conversation Privée

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2021 52:11


Direction le Gabon avec Vanessa Adande, fondatrice du cabinet de conseil financier Ellipsis. Après une expérience dans l'audit au sein de Deloitte, elle entre chez Ecobank au Bénin où elle se rend compte que les entreprises ne mettent pas suffisamment la finance au coeur de leur gestion. C'est ainsi que commence à germer la proposition de valeur d'Ellipsis.  Quand elle ne gère pas Ellipsis, elle anime sur l'émission Le Choeur des Femmes la chronique "Je n'aime pas parler d'argent". Avec Vanessa, on a parlé d'argent. Pourquoi ce sujet est-il tabou ? Qu'es-ce que notre gestion de l'argent dit de nous ? Comment gérer son budget ?  En plus de conseils sur la gestion financière, Vanessa a parlé  : 

Richmond Til We Die: A Ted Lasso Podcast

Welcome back, Greyhounds! We're on the Dogtrack this week to have a conversation about Season 1, Episode 6: Two Aces. On this episode Christian, Brett, and Marisa discuss how Ted's perfection is further complicated, how Keeley is an encouragement superhero (with boundaries!), and how ~somehow~ we don't think Jamie Tartt is an insolent arsehole at the end of this episode.And that's not all. Christian leads us on a journey through the importance Ted's framing of the Allen Iverson "Practice" Interview. We get into the origins of the "Richmond Til We Die" team chant. We marvel at Sam's subversive love for Harry Potter. And we share the items we would sacrifice in the curse fire if we ourselves had to appease 400 ghosts.Discussed On This EpisodeSong Exploder Episode 175: Vampire Weekend (2019)Allen Iverson Practice [CLIP] (YouTube, 2002)Allen Iverson Practice Rant [FULL] (YouTube, 2002)Allen Iverson’s iconic ‘Slam’ magazine cover still resonates 20 years later (The Athletic, 2019)Breaking Down Allen Iverson’s Incredible Career With J.A. Adande (The Ringer, 2020)Only When I Laugh Intro Song (YouTube, 1982)The Real History of ‘Knees Up Mother Brown’ (Roman Road London, 2020)Avenue Q - “Schadenfreude” (YouTube, 2003)Ted Lasso has a special Harry Potter moment (Culturess, 2021)Follow the show on Twitter and Instagram.A full transcript of this episode can be found here.Richmond Til We Die is a conversation about the Apple TV+ show Ted Lasso. A place where fans (and curious newcomers) come together to discuss the characters, their relationships to each other, and how they're able to make us laugh until we can hardly breathe one minute and then feel with the deepest parts of our hearts the next. When you're here, you're a Greyhound!

The Ringer NBA Show
Enes Kanter on Damian Lillard’s Loyalty, Russell Westbrook’s Intensity, and His Activism | Real Ones

The Ringer NBA Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2021 82:22


First off, Logan and Raja get into the on-court spat between Indiana Pacers assistant coach Greg Foster and center Goga Bitadze (0:30) and J.A. Adande’s tweet saying that the play-in tournament could be bad for the league if it prevents the Celtics and Lakers from making the playoffs (10:49). Then Trail Blazers center Enes Kanter joins the show to talk about the dreaded play-in tournament (19:26), playing with Carmelo Anthony at this stage of his career (31:30), Damian Lillard’s loyalty to Portland (37:25), everything he learned from the great Russell Westbrook (40:15), staying away from social media where mountains of criticism are on players' feeds (50:45), and his activism surrounding human rights violations in Turkey and what speaking out has cost him (1:01:45).  Hosts: Logan Murdock and Raja Bell Guest: Enes Kanter Associate Producer: Sasha Ashall Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

SportIn Global
Ep 56 - Sport Law with Dan Lust

SportIn Global

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2021 43:07


Dan Lust (@SportsLawLust) is an attorney in the NYC Office of Geragos & Geragos. After working for the New York Giants PR Department, Dan went on to Fordham Law School where he split his focus between Trial Advocacy and Sports Law. At Fordham, he served as President of Fordham's Sports Law Forum and founded the National Basketball Negotiation Competition. He spent time with a premier baseball agency and, separately, assisted on arbitration cases for several MLB teams. Named a "Rising Star" by Super Lawyers in both 2019 and 2020, Dan's insights on high-profile legal issues have been featured by sports industry leaders such as Darren Rovell, Dan Le Batard, J.A. Adande, Kevin Clancy, Keith Olbermann, Bob Nightengale, Ed Werder, and Bomani Jones. This has led to interviews on national programs including, but not limited to, ESPN Radio, Fox Sports Radio, CBS Sports Radio, Mad Dog Sports Radio, SB Nation Radio, Tony Bruno Show, and SiriusXM College Sports. Dan has also had many appearances on regional networks from New York, to Miami, to Houston, to Phoenix, to Los Angeles, and everywhere in between. Dan's takes on a broad array of issues can be found on @SportsLawLust (Twitter/Instagram) and “Conduct Detrimental,” the #1 Sports Law Podcast. Sign up and connect with us and find jobs in the sports industry - www.sportinglobal.com #sportslaw #sportsmarketing #career #startup

Back To Back
Around the NBA with JA Adande

Back To Back

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2021 56:18


Sam Amick, Fred Katz, and Anthony Slater are joined by legend of the business JA Adande to discuss his new podcast series "The Dream Team Tapes" on the 2008 Olympic Men's Basketball team, the careers of Kobe, LeBron, Carmelo, Dwight, Chris Paul and more. How did these players impact the league we know today? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

House of Strauss
Revisiting the 'Redeem Team' with Jack McCallum and J.A. Adande

House of Strauss

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2021 84:29


J.A. Adande and Jack McCallum stop by House of Strauss to discuss their Redeem Team podcast. Great trip down memory lane where we discuss Kobe, Michael, David Stern and much much more Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Buckets, Boards and Blocks
The Best of Buckets, Boards, & Blocks: Segments & Guests to Remember

Buckets, Boards and Blocks

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 12, 2021 37:03


The Buckets, Boards, & Blocks podcast debuted almost two years ago. During that time, Monica McNutt and King McClure have welcomed scores of great guests and also had meaningful discussions about the weighty issues of the day. In this "Best of #BBB" show, we relive some of those moments. We hear Hall of Famer Nancy Lieberman describe her close friendship with Muhammad Ali. Journalists J.A. Adande & Marc Spears reflect on the life of Kobe Bryant. Andrea Kremer & David Aldridge describe their participation in the story of Michael Jordan and "The Last Dance" on ESPN. King's Baylor coach Scott Drew and former teammate Jared Butler discuss their elite NCAA program. And Katie Barnes of ESPN.com describes the impact that WNBA players for the Atlanta Dream had on the composition of the United States Senate.

The Rich Eisen Show
REShow: J.A. Adande - Hour 3 (03-10-21)

The Rich Eisen Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2021 55:30


 ‘The Dream Team Tapes: Kobe, LeBron & The Redeem Tea‪m’ podcast co-host J.A. Adande and Rich discuss how sports journalism his change COMPLETELY over the last 20 years, what Kobe taught LeBron when they were Olympic teammates, how Mike Krzyzewki become the Olympic ‘Redeem Team’ coach, if the Nets can topple the Lakers from their championship perch and the Jazz’s NBA Finals chances, and if Los Angeles is a Dodgers town or a Lakers town. Chris Brockman runs through the latest NFL cuts with some high-profile players now looking for work, along with Rich making the case why the Carolina Panthers could be poised to make a big run at disgruntled Texans QB Deshaun Watson. Rich wraps up the hour looking at which QB’s from the 2018 draft class are no-brainer choices to have their 5th year options picked up by their current teams. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

RealGM Radio with Danny Leroux
Jack McCallum on the Redeem Team and NBA Tiers with Matt Moore

RealGM Radio with Danny Leroux

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2021 92:15


In a special two-part episode, host Danny Leroux (@DannyLeroux) talks with author Jack McCallum (@McCallum12) about the Redeem Team then NBA tiers with Matt Moore of The Action Network (@HPBasketball). First, Danny talks with Jack McCallum about season two of The Dream Team Tapes: Kobe, LeBron and the Redeem Team podcast where he and J.A. Adande go in-depth on the 2008 Redeem Team, including the motivation to revitalize Team USA and the long-term effects of those Olympics on the players involved. Then, he and Matt Moore break down the entire NBA into tiers with a focus on margin for error. Subscribe to RealGM Radio on iTunes or via the RSS feed.

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker
03/09/2021 - Hour 1 - Ravens Can't Afford to Wait to Pay Lamar Jackson + ESPN panelist JA Adande

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2021 45:14


Chris and Rob debate whether or not the Dak Prescott mega-deal should inspire the Baltimore Ravens to lock up Lamar Jackson now rather than wait until next offseason, and discuss whether or not Chris Webber belongs in the Basketball Hall of Fame. Plus, legendary sports columnist and ESPN's Around the Horn panelist JA Adande swings by to discuss Season 2 of the Dream Team Tapes podcast, the NBA's 3-point 'problem', and much more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

All Ball with Doug Gottlieb
Introducing Season 2: Kobe, LeBron & The Redeem Team

All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2021 1:47


Get a preview of Season 2 of the #1 New Sports Podcast of 2020. Sports journalist vets Jack McCallum and J.A. Adande take listeners through an insider's study of the 2008 US Olympic Men's Basketball Team and the legendary players that defined a new generation of NBA basketball, including Kobe Bryant, LeBron James, Dwayne Wade, and Jason Kidd. Season 2 features guests including Carmelo Anthony, Phil Jackson, Chris Bosh, Robert Horry, Jerry Colangelo, Deron Williams, Mike Krzyzewski and many more, bringing you an epic examination in athletic challenge, transformation, and ultimate victory.  Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

The Dan Patrick Show on PodcastOne
Introducing Season 2: Kobe, LeBron & The Redeem Team

The Dan Patrick Show on PodcastOne

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 5, 2021 1:47


Get a preview of Season 2 of the #1 New Sports Podcast of 2020. Sports journalist vets Jack McCallum and J.A. Adande take listeners through an insider's study of the 2008 US Olympic Men's Basketball Team and the legendary players that defined a new generation of NBA basketball, including Kobe Bryant, LeBron James, Dwayne Wade, and Jason Kidd. Season 2 features guests including Carmelo Anthony, Phil Jackson, Chris Bosh, Robert Horry, Jerry Colangelo, Deron Williams, Mike Krzyzewski and many more, bringing you an epic examination in athletic challenge, transformation, and ultimate victory.  Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker
Introducing Season 2: Kobe, LeBron & The Redeem Team

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 4, 2021 1:47


Get a preview of Season 2 of the #1 New Sports Podcast of 2020. Sports journalist vets Jack McCallum and J.A. Adande take listeners through an insider's study of the 2008 US Olympic Men's Basketball Team and the legendary players that defined a new generation of NBA basketball, including Kobe Bryant, LeBron James, Dwayne Wade, and Jason Kidd. Season 2 features guests including Carmelo Anthony, Phil Jackson, Chris Bosh, Robert Horry, Jerry Colangelo, Deron Williams, Mike Krzyzewski and many more, bringing you an epic examination in athletic challenge, transformation, and ultimate victory.  Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Catch and Shoot
J.A. Adande & Jack McCallum Dish on Redeem Team, LeBron; Our Midseason Awards

Catch and Shoot

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 3, 2021 38:25


On this week's episode of Catch & Shoot 2.0, legendary basketball writer Jack McCallum and esteemed journalist J.A. Adande join Otto Strong and Bruce Bernstein. They talk about their podcast "The Dream Team Tapes: Kobe, LeBron and The Redeem Team, its origins and takeaways. They also reflect on LeBron James' social activism and his stellar play in recent seasons.Bruce and Otto also share their Midseason NBA Awards

The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix
The Knicks are back! (Maybe)

The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 3, 2021 97:55


On this week’s Crossover, Mannix and Beck explore the Knicks’ fantastic resurgence and whether it’s sustainable. They also discuss the Hawks’ firing of Lloyd Pierce, the Kristaps Porzingis trade rumors and whether Kobe should be the new NBA logo. Then, Beck interviews J.A. Adande about his new podcast with Jack McCallum about Kobe, LeBron and the 2008 Redeem Team. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The GOAT: Tom Brady
Introducing: The Dream Team Tapes Season 2 - Kobe, LeBron & The Redeem Team

The GOAT: Tom Brady

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 2, 2021 1:47


Get a preview of Season 2 of the #1 New Sports Podcast of 2020. Sports journalist vets Jack McCallum and J.A. Adande take listeners through an insider's study of the 2008 US Olympic Men's Basketball Team and the legendary players that defined a new generation of NBA basketball, including Kobe Bryant, LeBron James, Dwayne Wade, and Jason Kidd. Season 2 features guests including Carmelo Anthony, Phil Jackson, Chris Bosh, Robert Horry, Jerry Colangelo, Deron Williams, Mike Krzyzewski and many more, bringing you an epic examination in athletic challenge, transformation, and ultimate victory.  Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

The Dream Team Tapes: Kobe, LeBron & The Redeem Team

The creation story of the 2008 Redeem Team begins in the residue of the 1992 Dream Team, as does the redemption story of Kobe Bryant, who played such an important role when he later not just joined the Redeem Team but played the pivotal role of "team energizer." Hosts Jack McCallum and J.A Adande examine the young Kobe — fresh out of high school, clueless in many ways about the NBA baskeTball game — and, with a lot of Zen Master insight from guest (and winningest coach in NBA history) Phil Jackson — follow Kobe through the highs of championship glory, the painful lows of a sexual assault charge, and the dismantling of a mini-dynasty. FROM THE EPISODE: We asked Phil Jackson to summarize his relationship with Kobe Bryant and he made it sound like something from a work of literature: PHIL JACKSON: I think it's almost like a Prodigal Son story. There I go into a father limination illustration. There's a conflict and there’s a willfulness and there's selfishness and there's “I could do this on my own” type of thing. And then there's a the second life or second opportunity that really brings back tenderness, yielding. It really took two of us to have that complicated relationship early on, trying to both be willful or directed, and Kobe’s was to establish himself. His identity and maybe to establish what a team had to do to win, the direction that teams have to have: this unselfish behavior. And bending that will I think was done, sometimes, in unusual ways. Like one time, I arrived at the facility where I had a parking spot that was designated as mine, and there was Kobe’s car in my parking spot; things like that. Just to know that he was going to irritate me and me not reacting to it at all, just going on about the day, not taking on umbrage. So we forged something that was harmonious and that was one of the joys of our life. My former pal and partner Jeanie Buss says that we raised him as a son of our own. J.A. ADANDE: So you can see why we had to clear the way for this. Much like Kobe isolating on the wing so he could go one-on-one — although I'd say Kobe's ability to steal the spotlight is part of The Lakers and the way they steal the spotlight. There's something about that franchise… — Learn more about the podcast at DiversionPodcasts.com Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

The Dream Team Tapes: Kobe, LeBron & The Redeem Team

In an often-overlooked story, the 2008 US Men's Olympic basketball team made magic. Led by two NBA superstars, Kobe Bryant and LeBron James (who many thought couldn't play together) and coached by Mike Krzyzewski (a “college guy” many first dismissed as unable to handle pro players) the US overcame the stifling embarrassment of their 2004 showing and won a decisive gold victory in 2008. Hosts Jack McCallum and J.A Adande begin a fascinating exploration of how the 2008 "Redeem Team" also succeeded in much more: it not only made the tough and fundamental move of changing a culture that had grown toxic in the years following the Dream Team’s world conquest in 1992 but also marked an historical inflection point in NBA basketball that set the stage for everything — and every superstar player — that has come since. Hear a revealing interview with current Portland Trailblazer and former Redeem Teamer, Carmelo Anthony, as well as interviews with Redeem Teamer and now assistant coach for the LA Lakers, Jason Kidd, the one and only Phil Jackson of numerous Chicago Bulls and LA Lakers NBA victories, and Coach K himself, Mike Krzyzewski. FROM THE EPISODE: JACK MCCALLUM: I’m Jack McCallum, who brought you The Dream Team Tapes podcast and this is its worthy sequel. The story of The Redeem Team — sometimes overlooked — is, on its own, in my opinion, every bit as intriguing as the Dream Team that proceeded them by 16 years. One of the things I've found out by doing The Dream Team Tapes is how eager these guys were to talk about it. For even guys that were All-Stars, Hall of Famers, won championships, it was a really special time in their lives. Which is why I was able to get inside the heads of players like Michael Jordan, Larry Bird, and Magic Johnson. In the same way, The Redeem Team defines a lot of these guys' careers. In the coming weeks you're going to be hearing from the players, the coaches, and the executives who were so eager to share their thoughts on what was an important part in their lives. So here's a quick snapshot of some of those voices you'll be hearing: ROBERT HORRY: We understood the pecking order. We knew Kobe and LeBron were going to shoot the ball or, more or less, Kobe was going to shoot the ball. JASON KIDD: I’ve never said this, but I remember sitting there and watching those guys. When we were in harmony, you can't play better than this COACH K: The most pressure moment I've ever had as a coach was the gold medal game with eight minutes to go. JACK MCCALLUM: The year is 2008: The Games of the 29th Olympiad. An American basketball team — an American basketball program, really — bent on turning around its diminished fortunes, which included a 6th place finish in the 2002 World Championships and even worse, a mere Bronze Medal in the 2004 Olympics in Athens. The United States team was on a mission. There was magic in the air. Actually there was smog in the air. Hey, we're in Beijing after all, but this 2008 team turned out to be a breath of fresh air for our Olympic program. But it wasn't easy. I'll be joined by J.A. Adande, who himself was heard recently talking about a Dream Teamer, somebody named Michael Jordan, in the terrific, “Beyond the Last Dance” that he did with B.J. Armstrong, a former teammate of Jordan's... — Learn more about the podcast at DiversionPodcasts.com Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

The Dream Team Tapes: Kobe, LeBron & The Redeem Team
Introducing Season 2: Kobe, LeBron & The Redeem Team

The Dream Team Tapes: Kobe, LeBron & The Redeem Team

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 16, 2021 1:47


Get a preview of Season 2 of the #1 New Sports Podcast of 2020. Sports journalist vets Jack McCallum and J.A. Adande take listeners through an insider's study of the 2008 US Olympic Men's Basketball Team and the legendary players that defined a new generation of NBA basketball, including Kobe Bryant, LeBron James, Dwayne Wade, and Jason Kidd. Season 2 features guests including Carmelo Anthony, Phil Jackson, Chris Bosh, Robert Horry, Jerry Colangelo, Deron Williams, Mike Krzyzewski and many more, bringing you an epic examination in athletic challenge, transformation, and ultimate victory.  Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Sports Uncovered
My favorite Kobe story

Sports Uncovered

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2021 49:34


Kobe Bryant’s closest confidants share their favorite Kobe memory so we can better understand how and why Kobe became Kobe. You will hear previously untold tales from Hall of Famers and Olympic champions, WNBA superstars and other influential figures in Kobe’s life. Part 1: Kobe the man1:58 Kobe the student (Lower Merion HS coach Gregg Downer)5:19 Kobe the friend (World’s fastest man Usain Bolt)9:04 Covering Kobe (Hall of Fame photographer Andrew D. Bernstein and The Undefeated’s Marc Spears)12:25 Kobe the ally (Los Angeles Times columnist LZ Granderson)Part 2: Kobe the Laker16:28 Kobe the teammate (Five-time NBA champion Brian Shaw)22:04 Coaching Kobe (Hall of Fame coach Rudy Tomjanovich and former Lakers coach Mike Brown)Part 3: Kobe the Black Mamba25:41 Guarding Kobe (Two-time NBA champion Shane Battier)30:36 Kobe vs. MJ (Journalist J.A. Adande and Michael Jordan’s son Marcus Jordan)34:13 Kobe the Black Mamba (NBA champion Brian “White Mamba” Scalabrine)Part 4: Kobe the #GirlDad37:22 Kobe the Olympian (Two-time Olympic medalist April Ross)39:55 Kobe the champion for women’s basketball (Four-time WNBA champion Sue Bird)44:21 Kobe the #GirlDad (WNBA No. 1 pick Sabrina Ionescu)

Back To Back
The Field vs LA, Beyond Last Dance and Giannis Extension with JA Adande

Back To Back

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2020 53:52


In this week's Hoops Adjacent, J.A. Adande drops by to talk with David Aldridge and Wos about how good the field is this year, after the Lakers. Then JA's podcast Beyond the Last Dance, thoughts on that, and finally Giannis Antetokounmpo signs a 5-year supermax with the Bucks. But does it mean he's staying long-term? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Brother from Another
"Some of these guys gotta toughen up a little bit"

Brother from Another

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2020 106:29


Vince Goodwill and J.A. Adande fill in for Michael Smith and Michael Holley on this Friday episode of Brother From Another(00:00) The latest rumors regarding James Harden's future and how he could change how we view player empowerment in the NBA(16:40) Reaction to New England's tough Thursday night loss to the Rams and why the Patriots have a lot of other things to worry about beyond their Cam Newton(23:30) Kyrie Irving and the Nets fined $25,000 and his for violating NBA media rules and why he's only fooling himself with his latest statement (39:00) CNBC sports business reporter Jabari Young joins the show to talk NBA Preseason and the impact this pandemic will have on sports in the future(1:14:30) Jason Reid of The Undefeated stops by for a discussion about if Jalen Hurts will joins the list of successful Black quarterbacks in Philadelphia(1:27:30) What Goodwill and Adande think about Disney planning to make movies based on the lives of Chris Paul and Giannis Antetokounmpo

Book of Basketball 2.0
Allen Iverson: You Had To Be There (with J.A. Adande)

Book of Basketball 2.0

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2020 94:23


In the first episode of Season 3, Bill Simmons and J.A. Adande break down Allen Iverson’s incredible career, the surreal experience of seeing him in person, why he belatedly became one of the league’s most beloved superstars, and where he ranks in Bill’s hall of fame pyramid.

Bay Heights Podcast
Our Love and Hate for the Basketball Media

Bay Heights Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2020 55:08


Ryan and Jason elaborate on what they like and dislike in the way basketball is covered by the media. Jason rips the entire media in Canada, Ryan shares his disdain for Stephen A. Smith, They also talk about which current players are next in line to join the media. They show love for J.A. Adande, Kirk Goldsberry, Chinay Ogwumike. But, this really could be titled "The Stephen A." pod. Enjoy!

Everything's Phine w/ Kyle Pagan
39. Gary Gloats About the Islanders, NFL Future Bets, & We Create A Bar For People With the Antibodies

Everything's Phine w/ Kyle Pagan

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2020 57:00


Gary gloats about the Islanders advancing over the Flyers, the future of the team, the fact that we're pretty sure the Islanders and Flyers fans turning over a new leaf by not being satisfied with the season. The Steve Nash coaching hire and analysts calls for white privilege. We discuss if the Eagles will know they're playing bad if no one is there to boo them, the 2017 Eagles draft being a dumpster fire, and the fact PJ has never watched a serviceable CB in his lifetime. We give our best NFL total win Over/Unders, MVP & Super Bowl Futures. Finally, we finish with ESP's Take It Til You Make It w/ J.A. Adande yelling at children on their phones and Jason's Life Advice: How not to do dumb things when you blackout and we create a bar where only people with Antibodies can go. Use Promo Code WOODERBOYS for an up to $250 match deposit at POINTSBET: http://ow.ly/30Kc50BheoV. Rate, Review, Subscribe and tell a friend to tell a friend.

ESPN Daily
Why Lionel Messi Wants Out of FC Barcelona

ESPN Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2020 35:36


Lionel Messi is arguably the most famous athlete on the planet. The soccer superstar has claimed practically every individual and team accolade at the club level, and has rewritten the record books in his 17 years with FC Barcelona. But now, the man who many consider the greatest soccer player in history, says he wants to move on from the club he has played for his entire pro career. Messi's discontent for Barcelona has been brewing for months, but after a humiliating 8-2 loss to Bayern Munich in the Champions League quarterfinals, his frustrations seem to have finally come to a head. ESPN's Sam Borden explains the origin of Messi's breakup with Barcelona, and explores where the Argentine star might be headed next. Then, J.A. Adande shares his experience as a young reporter covering the late John Thompson, Georgetown basketball coaching legend.

The Herd with Colin Cowherd
The Herd-HOUR-3-NBA players

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2020 32:34


Colin talks more on the social message NBA players are spreading through sports. Guests: J. A. Adande, Jason McIntyre Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

How I Got Into College
The Time to Fail Episode - J.A. Adande - Northwestern - Best Of

How I Got Into College

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2020 64:09


When J.A. Adande left ESPN to go back to his alma mater, it spoke to what Northwestern means to him. How he got to Northwestern, and the impact it had on his career and life, is a fascinating story that he's about to tell, particularly why "college is a time to fail." Guest: J.A. Adande @jadande If you enjoyed this episode, please leave a review on Apple Podcasts. It helps us spread the word and continue to get great guests. Music: Surrender by Uncleboris, Please Listen Carefully by Jahzzar, Sunrise by Ilya Marfin, Lifestream by Dream Machine, Summer Lights by Anchors and Seagulls, Maipen Lei by Beltone, Air by Ilya Truhanov. All music, aside from Jahzzar, available at Icons8.com

Jonathan Hood - Conversations Podcast
J.A. Adande- Theundefeated.com - 6 11 20

Jonathan Hood - Conversations Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2020 48:38


J.A. Adande from The Undefeated and ESPN joins to discuss Colin Kaepernick and the current social issues in America. Plus, baseball needs to get younger with its leadership and branding. Also, will Theo Epstein be in baseball after 2021?

Sports Media with Richard Deitsch
J.A. Adande, the Director of Sports Journalism and the Medill School at Northwestern University and The Athletic's NASCAR writer Jeff Gluck.

Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2020 78:58


Episode 103 of the Sports Media Podcast with Richard Deitsch features two guests. First up is J.A. Adande, the Director of Sports Journalism and the Medill School at Northwestern University and a longtime ESPN staffer. He is followed by The Athletic NASCAR writer Jeff Gluck. In this podcast, Adande discusses how he has processed the last two weeks in America; the nexus of sports and social justice and sports and race and why you must cover these issues even knowing that some consumers of your product are not going to be happy if you do; what his students at Northwestern are saying about sports journalism; his optimism for sports journalism given this moment in America; the growing power of college athletes; the discussion among NBA players regarding the league’s return-to-play plan; and much more. Gluck, who has been traveling on the NASCAR beat since 2007, discusses NASCAR’s decision to prohibit the display of the Confederate flag from all NASCAR events and properties; how he anticipates this will be covered heading forward; the role of the networks that air NASCAR in the decision; whether this will have an impact on viewership or attendance and more. You can subscribe to this podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Stitcher and more.

Under the Hood Podcast
J.A. Adande- Theundefeated.com - 6/11/20

Under the Hood Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2020 48:38


J.A. Adande from The Undefeated and ESPN joins to discuss Colin Kaepernick and the current social issues in America. Plus, baseball needs to get younger with its leadership and branding. Also, will Theo Epstein be in baseball after 2021?

ESPN Chicago GameNight
6/10 8 PM: J.A. Adande

ESPN Chicago GameNight

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2020 48:38


J.A. Adande from The Undefeated and ESPN joins to discuss Colin Kaepernick and the current social issues in America. Plus, baseball needs to get younger with its leadership and branding. Also, will Theo Epstein be in baseball after 2021?

Podcasts Bickley & Marotta
Bickley & Marotta chat with J.A Adande

Podcasts Bickley & Marotta

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2020 43:47


Before we chat with the wonderful, J.A. Adande, substitute teacher Mr. Carlen guides us through Social Studies. Then Dan and Vince react to the latest from MLB, regarding how many games could be played upon returning, before we go off the grid.

VSiN Best Bets
Michael Jordan's level of fame, Phil Jackson, Potential MLB season start dates

VSiN Best Bets

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2020 53:27


Director of Sports Journalism J.A. Adande joined the show to discuss various topics about his time covering the Bulls in the 1990s and how Michael Jordan handled the level of fame he rose to. A recap of Win Some Lose Some and Joe Sheehan called in to discuss the potential start date for the MLB season and a conversation on the current MLB World Series odds. Hosts: Mitch Moss Pauly Howard Guest: J.A. Adande Joe Sheehan Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Anna Davlantes
Sports journalist J.A. Adande on ‘The Last Dance’: “They were able to get so much emotion out of Michael and they did such a good job of eliciting strong responses from him in the interviews”

Anna Davlantes

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2020


J.A. Adande, Director of Sports Journalism at Northwestern University’s Medill School, joins Anna to recap the final two episodes of “The Last Dance,” and to talk about how sports are going to look in the months ahead.

The Herd with Colin Cowherd
Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen, LeBron James, where Colin was right & wrong

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2020 129:41


Colin explains why it was better for the Bulls to not go for a 7th title, why he feels Scottie Pippen was portrayed correctly in the documentary, his issues with the Michael Jordan-LeBron James poll, why he doesn't agree with Channing Frye, and where he was right and wrong over the weekend. Guests include J.A. Adande, Jerry West, and Doug Gottlieb. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

Golic and Wingo
Best Of: Too Early To Return?

Golic and Wingo

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2020 48:01


The guys talk about the idea of sports returning with great guests including Laura Rutledge, Jimmie Johnson, J.A. Adande, Mike Tirico and more.

Golic and Wingo
Hour 4: Is it Too Early To Return?

Golic and Wingo

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2020 39:18


The guys continue the discussion on when the right time to return to college athletics is before talking with J.A. Adande and Mike Tirico and more.

The Bill Simmons Podcast
MJ, the GOAT. Plus, Survivor Greatness, 'Big Mouth' Season 4, MJ vs. Kobe, and Quarantine Life with J.A. Adande, Nick Kroll, and Jason Concepcion | The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2020 127:33


The Ringer’s Bill Simmons reads an excerpt from 'The Book of Basketball' on what makes Michael Jordan the GOAT (3:00), before he is joined by Northwestern University's director of sports journalism, J.A. Adande, to discuss covering the Jordan-era Bulls, thoughts about the ESPN documentary 'The Last Dance,' Michael Jordan’s relationship with Kobe Bryant, and more (36:48). Then Bill talks with The Ringer’s Jason Concepcion about the season finale of ‘Survivor’ (1:11:05). Finally Bill talks with actor, comedian, and writer Nick Kroll about self-quarantining, Season 4 of his Netflix show, ‘Big Mouth,’ a ‘Big Mouth’ spinoff show called ‘Human Resources,’ the flexibility of making animated shows remotely, and much more (1:34:55).

Hoops, Adjacent with David Aldridge and BIG Wos
Subjective History in The Last Dance with JA Adande

Hoops, Adjacent with David Aldridge and BIG Wos

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2020 63:48


David and Wos welcome special guest JA Adande to talk about history, truth and perspective in ESPN's The Last Dance. Plus things may play out when and if the NBA season resumes.

The Favorites Sports Betting Podcast - Part of The Action Network
All-Time City Sports Trios with ESPN's Ramona Shelburne & J.A. Adande | The Favorites Sports Betting Podcast

The Favorites Sports Betting Podcast - Part of The Action Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2020 34:06


Los Angeles natives and sports journalism titans Ramona Shelburne and J.A. Adande join host Chad Millman to settle a hotly contested online debate: what city hosted the greatest three sports superstars in one era? Chicago, New York, LA and Detroit all make their cases, plus a few more surprises... this is an episode you won't want to miss! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

The Lowe Post
J.A. Adande

The Lowe Post

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2020 65:52


Zach talks to J.A. Adande about Michael Jordan's retirement in 1993, Scottie Pippen's season without MJ, and all things "Last Dance."

ESPN Podcasts
J.A. Adande

ESPN Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2020 65:52


Zach talks to J.A. Adande about Michael Jordan's retirement in 1993, Scottie Pippen's season without MJ, and all things "Last Dance."

5 Live Sport Specials
The Inside Track: Binge-worthy TV and swapping fairway for factory

5 Live Sport Specials

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2020 55:23


Naomi Broady joins the podcast to talk about how tennis' governing bodies have created a programme to support players affected by the coronavirus pandemic. Olympic medal-winning swimmer Steve Parry explains how Swim England is asking the government to support pools that are at risk of closure. As UFC 249 approaches, John Morgan - the host of The MMA Roadshow - describes how it's all going to work. With sport off the agenda, golfer Steven Tiley tells us he has swapped the fairway for the factory floor in order to survive financially. Plus, we cross the pond to speak to American basketball journalist J.A Adande about the new Michael Jordon and Chicago Bulls documentary that’s got the world hooked, including Darren.

Laurence Holmes on 670 The Score
Holmes: J.A. Adande, Chris Emma interviews (Hour 2)

Laurence Holmes on 670 The Score

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2020 40:22


In the second hour, Laurence Holmes was joined by former Sun-Times writer and current ESPN personality J.A. Adande to discuss his memories of covering the Bulls' first championship three-peat in the early 1990s. Later, Score reporter Chris Emma joined the show to discuss the latest Bears storylines, including how new safety Tashaun Gipson will fit with the defense.

The Herd with Colin Cowherd
Michael Jordan, Joe Burrow, Trevor Lawrence, OBJ

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2020 128:06


Colin talks about Michael Jordan being authentic and the media shouldn't ask him to change who he is. He feels Trevor Lawrence is a better player than Joe Burrow considering Burrow had more weapons. Also his thoughts on Odell Beckham Jr.s latest comments. Guests include John Middlekauff, Bryan Cox, J. A. Adande, and Penny Hardaway. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

The Habershow: Tom Haberstroh’s NBA Podcast
J.A. Adande’s favorite Michael Jordan stories

The Habershow: Tom Haberstroh’s NBA Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2020 78:38


Was Scottie Pippen the greatest No. 2 player ever? J.A. Adande, who was featured in The Last Dance, revealed his favorite stories from covering Pippen, Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls. Plus Adande, who is now the Director of Sports Journalism at Northwestern University, joked about the mishap when he met Jordan for the first time.7:25 J.A.’s mishap when meeting MJ 9:59 Why MJ avoided the media after retiring26:32 The Pistons’ infamous walk-off vs. MJ 46:38 Phil Jackson’s version of load management51:40 Was Pippen the greatest No. 2 player ever?62:17 MJ’s speech at Kobe’s funeral

The Right Time with Bomani Jones
24/7 Title & Book Club Part 1

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 23, 2020 63:47


Bomani Jones wonders when Rob Gronkowski will have to defend his 24/7 WWE championship now that he's joined Tom Brady on the Buccaneers and shares why he feels bad for Patriots fans for a reason you might not have noticed (1:15). Plus, J.A. Adande joins for the first installment of The Right Time Book Club on Sam Smith's "The Jordan Rules", including why the 90-91 season was so pivotal for Michael Jordan's effect on the league and his will to prove doubters wrong (15:19). Could you win Michael's way? What was Phil Jackson chasing? All that and more!

High Noon
24/7 Title & Book Club Part 1

High Noon

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 23, 2020 63:47


Bomani Jones wonders when Rob Gronkowski will have to defend his 24/7 WWE championship now that he's joined Tom Brady on the Buccaneers and shares why he feels bad for Patriots fans for a reason you might not have noticed (1:15). Plus, J.A. Adande joins for the first installment of The Right Time Book Club on Sam Smith's "The Jordan Rules", including why the 90-91 season was so pivotal for Michael Jordan's effect on the league and his will to prove doubters wrong (15:19). Could you win Michael's way? What was Phil Jackson chasing? All that and more!

Dennis and Cowlishaw (DAC)
4-21 DAC Podcast - JA Adande on Covering the Michael Jordan Bulls

Dennis and Cowlishaw (DAC)

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2020 14:36


Tim & Steve get an insiders take on the Jordan Bulls, GM Jerry Krause and the documentary The Last Dance from former Bulls beat reporter JA Adande. DAC @StevenwDennis @TimCowlishaw Weekdays 3-6 pm @1033fmESPN

Podcasts Bickley & Marotta
April 20, 2020 - Hour 3

Podcasts Bickley & Marotta

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2020 41:28


Hour 3 starts off with the Bickley Blast, pertaining to the Chicago Bulls documentary "The Last Dance", leading to a conversation with J.A. Adande, who is featured in the documentary. Then Dan and Vince discuss what could happen in the top 10 of the NFL Draft this week (our coverage starts Wednesday morning) and the logistics of resuming sports in a "bubble".

Back To Back
Retro Rewind: 1987 NBA All Star Game with JA Adande

Back To Back

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 27, 2020 62:37


JA Adande drops by to pick one of his most memorable games in NBA History, the 1987 NBA All Star Game. Before Jordan was King. Stars like Magic, Bird, other lost in time, Moses Malone and Steve Chambers. James Worthy's worthiness and an ending for the ages.

How I Got Into College
Northwestern - J.A. Adande

How I Got Into College

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 25, 2020 64:09


When J.A. Adande left ESPN to go back to his alma mater, it spoke to what Northwestern means to him. How he got to Northwestern, and the impact it had on his career and life, is a fascinating story that he's about to tell, particularly why "college is a time to fail." Guest: J.A. Adande @jadande Music: Surrender by Uncleboris (Icons8.com), Please Listen Carefully by Jahzzar, Sunrise by Ilya Marfin (Icons8.com), Lifestream by Dream Machine (Icons8.com), Summer Lights by Anchors and Seagulls (Icons8.com), Maipen Lei by Beltone (Icons8.com), Air by Ilya Truhanov (Icon8.com)

Hoops, Adjacent with David Aldridge and BIG Wos
The Complex Life of Kobe Bryant with JA Adande

Hoops, Adjacent with David Aldridge and BIG Wos

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 31, 2020 67:25


David Aldridge, JA Adande and Wos Lambre on the legacy and complexities of Kobe Bryant.

Buckets, Boards and Blocks
JA Adande shares 20 years of Kobe Bryant memories

Buckets, Boards and Blocks

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 30, 2020 39:54


JA Adande covered Kobe Bryant for 19 of his 20 year NBA career while working for the Los Angeles Times and ESPN. No journalist had a closer relationship with Kobe during his NBA career. Their contact with one another extended beyond Kobe's playing career as well. JA shares some of his favorite stories and memories with Monica on this week's "Buckets, Boards, & Blocks."

The Bill Simmons Podcast
Kobe’s Legacy in L.A. w/ J.A. Adande. Plus, the Future of Music w/ Zane Lowe, Nathan Hubbard, and Joe House | The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 28, 2020 123:04


HBO and The Ringer's Bill Simmons is joined by J.A. Adande to discuss what Kobe Bryant meant to Los Angeles, sports fans, and a whole generation of basketball players. They also discuss some of their favorite Kobe moments, news coverage of the tragedy, and more (2:05). Then Bill is joined by Zane Lowe, Nathan Hubbard, and Joe House to discuss the future of music, the return of vinyl, today's most popular artists, album structure, and more (58:05).

PTI
Never Be Another Kobe

PTI

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2020 21:41


Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon discuss the legacy of Kobe Bryant, if the league should cancel games in the wake of Bryant's passing and are joined by J.A. Adande.

Brian Windhorst & The Hoop Collective
Remembering Kobe Bryant

Brian Windhorst & The Hoop Collective

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2020 39:37


Brian Windhorst, Dave McMenamin and J.A. Adande look back on their favorite Kobe Bryant moments.

The Jump
Remembering Kobe Bryant

The Jump

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2020 39:37


Brian Windhorst, Dave McMenamin and J.A. Adande look back on their favorite Kobe Bryant moments.

The Bill Simmons Podcast
Week 17 Goofy Gambling, the Jameissaince, and Eddie Murphy’s 'SNL' Return, With Cousin Sal and J.A. Adande | The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2019 98:40


HBO and The Ringer’s Bill Simmons is joined by Cousin Sal to discuss another action-packed Jameis Winston performance, Giants-Redskins, Titans-Saints, Patriots-Bills, and more before they guess the NFL lines for Week 17 and try to sift through all the playoff implications (2:05). Then Bill talks with J.A. Adande about Eddie Murphy’s long awaited return to ‘SNL’ (1:00:10).

Book of Basketball 2.0
2004 Finals, Game 4: Shaq’s Last Great Game (The Rewatchables With J.A. Adande) | Book of Basketball 2.0

Book of Basketball 2.0

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2019 81:08


Chapter 3b: With the Shaq/Kobe era crumbling against a hungry 2004 Pistons team, Shaquille O’Neal tried to save the day with a memorable throwback performance. It ended up being his last great Lakers game. What did that night say about Shaq, that bizarre Lakers season, and a now-underrated champion from Detroit that wouldn’t roll over? Bill breaks it down with his former ESPN colleague J.A. Adande.

Book of Basketball 2.0
Shaquille O’Neal and the Pyramid (With J.A. Adande) | Book of Basketball 2.0

Book of Basketball 2.0

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2019 87:00


Chapter 3: Was Shaquille O’Neal the one Pantheon player who could have been top five if he really wanted it? Would vintage Shaq have been better or worse in 2019? Were Shaq and Kobe always destined to turn on each other? Was 'Kazaam' better than 'Steel'? And where does Shaq rank on Bill’s 100-player Hall of Fame Pyramid? These questions and more are broken down in our second Pyramid Podcast, with Northwestern University’s director of sports journalism, J.A. Adande.

Back To Back
West's Best Wolves, Kyrie, KAT, AD and LeBron with JA Adande

Back To Back

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2019 70:45


Basketball BUDS: Zach Harper, BIG Wos, Jon Krawczynski, Dave DuFour and Mike Smeltz Special guest JA Adande. Produced by: Jade Hoye In this week's episode JA Adande stops by to talk about the winning Wolves, Kyrie fitting into the Nets' rigid system, AD and LeBron and much more.

Hoops and Howls: A Minnesota Timberwolves Podcast

Hoops and Howls host Zach Harper is joined by The Athletic's Britt Robson to talk about the NBA's hottest team - your Minnesota Timberwolves.  Should the new acronym for MVP be KAT, the suddenly newly realized Andrew Wiggins and is this hot start legit?  Plus a special bonus for listeners - at 29:00 The Athletic's Back to Back podcast with Zach, Jon Krawczynski, J.A. Adande, Dave DuFour and Wos Lambre talk the Wolves hot start.  You'll get a portion of that convo for your listening pleasure.To get 40% off an annual subscription to The Athletic, which comes with even more Hoops and Howls, go to theathletic.com/hoopsandhowlsSubscribe on iTunesRead the latest on the Minnesota Timberwolves on The Athletic

The Mike Wise Show
The Mike Wise Show: Veteran journalist J.A. Adande of ESPN and Northwestern University

The Mike Wise Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2019 55:30


J.A. Adande has been covering the NBA for nearly 30 years at the Washington Post, LA Times, and ESPN. You've seen him doing sideline reports on ESPN's NBA coverage, participating on ESPN's Around The Horn, reporting for SportsCenter and NBA Coast to Coast, and now he is in the world of academia. J.A. currently is the Director of the Sports Journalism program at Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism. Mike and J.A. discuss the greatness of Giannis Antetokounmpo, the legacy of Larry Bird, his favorite athlete interview, and why Michael Wilbon has made such a difference in his life.

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker
A Tiger Still Can't Change It's Stripes

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 16, 2019 130:31


Chris Broussard and Rob Parker debate whether or not Tiger Woods has completed the greatest comeback in sports history following his improbably Masters victory on Sunday and whether or not Tiger's big win yesterday will change the way sports fans feel about him as a person. Plus, the guys celebrate Jackie Robinson Day by discussing why more African-American athletes don't play baseball, and the Odd Couple crew delivers another-award edition of Source Say. And, appearances by Tiger Woods' former swing coach Hank Haney, longtime sports columnist J.A. Adande, and former NBA champion Caron Butler.  Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Inside The Newsroom with Daniel Levitt
#35 — Richard Deitsch (The Athletic)

Inside The Newsroom with Daniel Levitt

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 15, 2019 58:30


You’re reading the inaugural edition of the Inside The Newsroom podcast newsletter. If you like it, then consider subscribing to get something similar sent to your inbox every time I publish a podcast. And maybe even tell a friend or colleague too.Today’s Guest Is…… Richard Deitsch, a journalist for The Athletic covering sports media and radio host for Sportsnet 590 in Toronto. Richard previously covered sports and its media for Sports Illustrated for more than 20 years. We talked about various topics including the rise of alternative sports media (i.e. The Athletic) against legacy outlets (i.e. ESPN and Sports Illustrated) and how ESPN is dealing with insurgents to its empire. Below is some further reading (kind of like being back at school but more fun) about everything we discussed. New Sports Sheriff In Town The Athletic — the subscription-based sports website whose ambition is to “be the local sports page for every city in the country” — launched in January 2016. The site now has dedicated sites for more than 45 cities across North America, as well as for certain pro and college sports. Momentum appears to be strong — they raised $40m in their latest round of funding — in part because they now exist as a hive of former writers from the likes of ESPN, Sports Illustrated, Yahoo Sports and more. The comeback of the paywall and its consequences have been fascinating to watch, as the Athletic very much has become the Spotify or Netflix of sports media.Kevin Draper, The New York TimesPrepare To Pay For Your News AgainEmployee layoffs are commonplace in today’s world, in large part due to Google and Facebook’s domination of advertising revenue. Between 2008 and 2017, around 27,000 newsroom jobs in the U.S. were cut. In the UK, more than 200 local newspapers have been completely erased. To combat the decline, more and more outlets have introduced paywalls that require readers to actually pay for content — the New York Times, Washington Post and Financial Times are three of the biggest to do so successfully. But can smaller organizations make paywalls work too? Well, there is hope. Digital media companies have much larger audiences than they did a decade ago, and successful paywall models by the NYT and co. show that consumer habits are changing, i.e. people are willing to pay for news again.Alexis C. Madrigal, The AtlanticDemise of Sports IllustratedMagazines played a huge role in me growing up to have my very own newsletter, as I’m sure they did for others, so it’s disheartening to see the industry being decimated in very public ways. First published in 1954, Sports Illustrated became a weekly staple for US sports fans, providing inside access to their favorite teams and players that social media and podcasts do today. SI’s role in pop culture has been crushed — why spend $5.99 when you can listen and scroll for free? Even the infamous Swimsuit edition has been made redundant due to, well, online porn. I’m not sure what happens to SI in the future — the title is currently up for sale for the second time in as many years — but whatever happens, the magazine will have a place in sports culture history forever. Michael MacCambridge for The RingerThe Guardian Shows There’s Another WayAn alternative to the paywall and advertising is the donation-based model. Without shamefully plugging my own employer, the Guardian has proven that a large news organization can be sustainable while keeping content completely free. In November of last year, the Guardian reached 1 million supporters in just three years from more than 180 countries around the world. Also, donation platforms such as Patreon allow readers to support independent journalists to cover underreported topics. So, while parts of the industry will inevitably continue to downsize, there’s definitely light at the end of what has been a dark, dark tunnel for journalism.Pablo Gutierrez, The GuardianThe Return of TrueHoopTrueHoop is a basketball blog that started in 2005 and was quickly acquired by ESPN in 2007. It was known for its compelling deep dives around the NBA, and its contributors included giants such as Brian Windhorst, J.A. Adande and David Thorpe. After a two-year hiatus, Abbott and TrueHoop have relaunched as a newsletter on Substack, the very platform you’re reading this newsletter on. Its first series was an investigation on Brooklyn Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov.Henry Abbott, TrueHoopThe Latest at ESPNRichard and I talked about why the likes of Bill Simmons, Jemele Hill and Adnan Virk — some of ESPN’s most high-profile names — have left the company in recent years. This comes as part of an overall cost reduction strategy by the company, which was behind the ‘Great Purge’ of talent in 2017. The below link will take you to Richard’s own podcast where he spent more than an hour discussing where ESPN finds itself in this changing media landscape and what its future looks like.Richard Deitsch, Sports Media podcastRelated Inside The Newsroom PodcastsEpisode #28 — Jonah Keri of The AthleticEpisode # 26 — Jacob Bogage of The Washington PostNext up on the podcast: Sam Biddle of The Intercept Get on the email list at insidethenewsroom.substack.com

Back To Back
Nerder She Wrote: Mental Health and Other Things with Henry Abbott

Back To Back

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 7, 2019 76:07


Nerder She Wrote: Henry Abbott and David Thorpe reunite for a speial reunion Dad Pod to talk about the NBA, social media, mental health and so much more.  Cameos by Marc Stein and J.A. Adande.  Produced by: Jade Hoye

House of Strauss
ep. 24: Dynasties, Bulls, Lakers and Warriors with J.A. Adande

House of Strauss

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2019 79:19


J.A. Adande drops by to talk great dynasties and gets the question: Are the Warriors at the end of this one? 

Gunther & Ben
Gunther and Ben - 12-13-18 - Hour 4

Gunther & Ben

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2018 38:58


LOADED final hour. Gary Andersen and JA Adande hop on talkin' college football.

Gunther & Ben
JA Adande - Former LA Times Sports Columnist - 12-13-18

Gunther & Ben

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2018 10:33


Northwestern alum time! The former Around the Horn panelist talked Cats football.

BTN Take Ten Podcast
B1G Championship Preview: Dave Revsine, J.A. Adande, Harold Shelton

BTN Take Ten Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2018 74:43


Three guests joined a B1G Championship Preview edition of the Take Ten Podcast. First, BTN Lead Studio Analyst Dave Revsine broke down the title game matchup, put the regular season in perspective and offered in-depth analysis on both Northwestern and Ohio State. (5:25-33:10) Then, former ESPN personality J.A. Adande joined and discussed his current gig as Director of Sports Journalism at Northwestern University, reflected on his favorite moments as a member of Around the Horn/PTI and gave his perspective as both a former Wildcat student and current fan/staffer on the latest big-stage achievement in the rise of Northwestern athletics. (34:30-56:37) Finally, BTN researcher Harold Shelton jumped on for his latest Stat Head segment to go behind the numbers of the latest College Football Playoff rankings and the upcoming B1G Championship matchup between the Buckeyes and Wildcats...plus a little hoops talk at the end. (57:40-end)

Two Writers Slinging Yang
J.A. Adande: Northwestern’s director of sports journalism

Two Writers Slinging Yang

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2017 50:44


For The Win
Ep 243 J.A. Adande on Jemele Hill

For The Win

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2017 24:12


Northwestern University's Director of Sports Journalism J.A. Adande shares his insights into the controversy over Jemele Hill's tweets, the White House response and the fine line sports journalists have to walk on social media.

Just Not Sports
Ep. 75: J.A. Adande Goes Back to School + Lacrosse Star Paul Rabil

Just Not Sports

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2017 91:40


ESPN's J.A. Adande is taking his talents to North Beach. If by "north" you mean "just north of Chicago" and by "beach" you mean the shores of Lake Michigan. The NBA expert talks (20:00) about his decision to return to Northwestern to helm the school's sports journalism program -- and he defends this new generation of punk kids! And then (54:00) we talk to pro lacrosse player Paul Rabil about his new podcast on the start-up culture of sports.

Sports Illustrated Media Podcast

Episode 96 of the Sports Illustrated Media Podcast features longtime ESPN columnist and on-air reporter J.A. Adande, who was named in August as the director of the new sports journalism program at Northwestern’s Medill School. Previously, Adande wrote for the Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post and the Chicago Sun-Times. In this podcast, Adande discusses his move to academia and what he hopes to accomplish at Northwestern; how he would evaluate the quality of student entering Medill; how much impact the 2016 Presidential election will have on journalism heading forward; what was unique about covering sports in Los Angeles; getting a newspaper column job at a major paper at age 26; his relationship with Kobe Bryant; the importance of an agent in negotiating with companies such as ESPN; how he would evaluate the sports media industry when it comes to voices of color; why writers and broadcasters should not “clean up” quotes; what you might be missing about Around The Horn; criticism of his friend and mentor, Michael Wilbon; what he learned from Scottie Pippen in a urinal, and much more. You can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, Google Play and Stitcher. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices