Professional basketball team based in Brooklyn, New York
It's HOT in the Steam Room as Ernie and Charles tip off Season 3 with none other than Wayne Gretzky. The Great One talks everything from his new gig at the NHL on TNT desk, Alexander Ovechkin's record chase and his short stint on the basketball court. Charles doesn't hold back on his thoughts surrounding Ben Simmons & Kyrie Irving. Chuck's Answering Machine makes its return with even more spontaneity and sincerity. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The 76ers open their home schedule against the Brooklyn Nets. Hear from Joel Embiid and Doc Rivers, as 76ers Insider Matt Murphy previews the highly-anticipated early season matchup. Look for new episodes of The 76ers Scoop the morning of and morning after every Sixers game.
As usual we started off episode 24 by recapping well 6 games, teams weaknesses and ways for them to improve.Our weekly game analysis usually leads us to discuss how well teams are doing and the recent news going around the league as well. In addition, we gave our week 7 prediction and analysis regarding the top 8 games. Diving into team performances and why they would win their match up. In addition to our weekly NFL analysis we discussed the Return of the NBA in their 75th season. Starting off with the season opener where the Brooklyn Net took on NBA champions Milwaukee Bucks on banner night. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/checkthestats/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/checkthestats/support
Kyrie Irving is an American professional basketball player for the Brooklyn Nets of the National Basketball Association. He was named the Rookie of the Year after being selected by the Cleveland Cavaliers with the first overall pick in the 2011 NBA draft
The NBA and some of its players are at odds over the Covid-19 vaccine. The league does not have a vaccine mandate in place, but some teams are requiring their players, due to local mandates, to get the shot or not play or be subject to other "safety measures." Kyrie Irving, of the Brooklyn Nets, has been the most outspoken about not receiving the shot.
1:12 - Getting into Professional sports2:11 - Rewind to day one/internship days2:31 - Fondest memory / Early Lessons4:30 - Payroll and affordability5:48 - Thoughts on free Internships7:02 - Change over time8:19 - Ticketing is the first step9:02 - Social Listening9:44 - Knock on the door10:38 - Transitioning into Merchandising12:30 - Prized memory13:40 - Basketball coming to Brooklyn15:40 - Brand Building18:20 - Different types of merch20:08 - Decision making22:15 - Opportunities and Options24:22 - Arts & Science of Sports Merchandising26:27 - Vibe in LA27:18 - Mindful of Existing Fanbase (Challenges)28:40 - Overcalculation at some point33:41 - Shop 31340:03 - Servant Leadership41:12 - Latest trends/technology and innovation/demands42:23 - Advice to Younger Self43:40 - The greatest piece of advice44:50 - Tyrel's North Star
The 2021-22 NBA Season is here!!!Welcome to the home of all your NBA coverage, Host Alex Navas answers the burning questions. Should we worry about the Lakers about Game 1 and How should they utilize Russell Westbrook? Also, on today's episode Alex unpacks the latest in the Ben Simmons saga and drops some burning hot takes!
On Episode 354 of Sean's Sports Stop, Sean reports the biggest news in sports and gives his unique opinion on everything going on which includes: the Golden State Warriors beating the Los Angeles Lakers (1:10), the Milwaukee Bucks smashing the Brooklyn Nets (2:35), LeBron James telling Russel Westbrook to not worry (3:55), Mykel Williams decomitting from USC for Georgia (5:00), Baker Mayfield needing shoulder surgery (6:25), Jonas Valancunias signing an extension with New Orleans Pelicans (7:50), Whitney Mercilus signing with Green Bay Packers (10:00), Deshaun Watson possibly getting traded to the Miami Dolphins (11:20), the NBA dropping players 26-50 on 75th Anniversary team (13:30), the Houston Astros thumping the Boston Red Sox to take a 3-2 ALCS lead (16:16), the Atlanta Braves shocking the Los Angeles Dodgers to once again take a 3-1 NLCS lead (18:35), the New York Knicks beating the Boston Celtics in a 2OT thriller (23:00), Trae Young saying the Atlanta Hawks do not get respect (24:45), the latest on Ben Simmons (26:10), and my Week 7 NFL picks (29:15) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/seanssportsstop/message
Carl Coulanges of the Sports Hit List Podcast joins me to talk Carl's Celtics (1:22), Joe's Brooklyn Nets (9:36), the Bucks chances to repeat (15:20), what happens next in the Ben Simmons saga, and much more!
Spencer Dinwiddie is an American professional basketball player for the National Basketball Association (NBA). He played college basketball for the Colorado Buffaloes and earned first-team all-conference honors in the Pac-12 as a sophomore in 2013. He missed most of his junior year after injuring his anterior cruciate ligament (ACL). Dinwiddie recovered and was selected by the Detroit Pistons in the second round of the 2014 NBA draft. After two seasons with the Pistons, he joined the Brooklyn Nets in December 2016. In December 2018, he signed a three-year contract extension with the Nets. Join HUMBL CEO Brian Foote as him and Spencer discuss blockchain and the digital economy.
Brooklyn Nets fanalyst, Keith McPherson, is "Talkin' Nets" basketball with special guest Doug Bearak. Doug is a Nets super fan from Brooklyn. He's part of the Brooklyn Brigade/BK Block Nets fan section. We talk Nets. Quick news and narratives. NBA helps crown the Bucks champs (consquiracy theory). Then we get into Nets opening night lost in Milwaukee. We over analyze one game and over react to Game 1. Like we should. As fanalysts. Its good to be back. We'll be back to being good soon enough. We play some voicemails. Take questions from the chat. Look ahead to Friday's game in Philly, then close it out. Our world, Nets world. Tell a friend to tell a friend about Talkin' Nets! Thanks again for listening...subscribe, rate 5 stars, and leave us a review! Call and leave a voicemail: (201)870-0461 Buy some Talkin' Nets merch https://shop.jomboymedia.com/collections/talkin-nets Follow us on Social Media https://twitter.com/talkin_nets https://twitter.com/Keith_McPherson https://www.instagram.com/talkinnets/ https://www.instagram.com/keithmcpherson/
“There is so much at stake, so much at stake.” President Biden urged democrats in congress to unify in order to pass his multi-trillion economic package. From his hometown of Scranton, Biden outlined democratic spending including universal pre-K, Medicare and Medicaid expansion, child tax credit, clean energy incentives, and more. Can Biden win the requisite number of votes? The President sits down for a CNN town hall tomorrow night. The NBA is the latest terrain for public health and personal choice as Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving is sidelined until he complies with New York City's COVID-19 vaccine mandate. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar joins to discuss the latest reactions within the sports and entertainment worlds. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
Colin discusses opening night in the NBA including the Lakers' loss to the Warriors and why LA has little room to improve as they try to contend for another championship. He explains why this one NFL team will end up being ok despite losing their starting QB to injury. He also points out the fatal flaw with the Brooklyn Nets he noticed despite another stellar performance from Kevin Durant. Plus, Fox Sports college football analyst Joel Klatt joins the show to defend his latest top 10 rankings and who is going to replace head coach Ed Orgeron at LSU. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Matt Stroup is joined by four writers from the NBC Sports EDGE basketball crew (Ryan Knaus, Raphielle Johnson, Steve Alexander and Jared Johnson) for five minutes each to talk fantasy topics of their choosing. We react to Russell Westbrook's disappointing Lakers debut, and talk expectations for Jordan Poole, Nic Claxton, Patty Mills and others.
Cedric Phillips recaps all of 10/19's NBA and MLB action including why the Milwaukee Bucks are the best team in the NBA, why there's no need to overreact to the Brooklyn Nets loss, why the Los Angeles Lakers are going to struggle out of the gate, and why he blew it not betting on Jordan Poole's overs.
Pinnacle brings you the first episode of our brand new NBA insights podcast – The NBA Breakdown! Host James Gregg is joined by leading NBA expert from The Athletic, Senior writer Joe Vardon, alongside StatsBomb advisor and basketball data analyst Seth Partnow to run the rule over the new regular season in 2021-22. Listeners can expect to be provided with the best NBA knowledge and insight to inform their NBA betting predictions throughout the season as well as some added inside scoop into life within the NBA bubble. On the first episode they discuss their most underrated teams for the season ahead, and take a look into what the Utah Jazz and the Milwaukee Bucks could have in common! There's also analysis on which teams appear to have done the best business in the trade market as well as picking out some picks for this season's MVP and outright NBA title betting market. Can anyone beat the Brooklyn Nets in 2022? Follow the team: James Gregg: @JamesGregg7 Joe Vardon: @joevardon Seth Partnow: @SethPartnow Twitter - twitter.com/Pinnacle Instagram - Pinnacle.betting Facebook - www.facebook.com/PinnacleSports/ Soundcloud - @pinnacle-podcast Download the Pinnacle Live Scores app: www.pinnaclescores.com/ Gamble responsibly: www.pinnacle.bet/en/future/respon…ble-gaming/malta NBA 21/22 season preview: https://bit.ly/3jkToeZ How data can inform your NBA betting: https://bit.ly/3aThZDh (18+) Bet on NBA markets here: https://bit.ly/3lTOlE5
Today on the Zeoli Show, Rich discussed the ongoing crisis of the supply chain for everything from toilet paper to treadmills for gyms. The Biden Administration is down playing these issues like these items, like technology and treadmills, are not necessities to everyday life. The lack of something like treadmills is a microcosm of the bigger issues at hand Biden's Administration doesn't want to address: the lack of workers. They'd rather encourage people not to work. 6:00-NEWS 6:05-Violence is getting so rampant in Philadelphia, their cities workers have started shooting 6:10-Rich sustains another dad injury 6:35-Sixers Ben Simmons gets kicked out of practice 6:40-Woke Howard Stern slams Brooklyn Nets' Kyrie Irving for being unvaccinated 7:00-NEWS 7:05-Violent crimes and hate crimes are on the decline. 7:10-Hate crimes against Asians were not as drastic as the media portrayed 7:25-NYC declares racism a public health crisis 7:30-People are not being encouraged to work causing an unstable shortage 7:35-The proposed reconciliation bill is really an encouragement for married couples to work What's on the Cut Sheet 7:45-Jen Psaki dismisses question on supply chain problem 7:55-Middle of the night flights aren't happening in the middle of the night according to Psaki 8:00-Pfizer has plenty of advertising money 8:05-Jon Stewart gets kicked out of the lefty circle of trust 8:10-Brian Stelter is very happy with Superman's new motto 8:15-New Zealand's Prime Minister is extending their lockdown in Auckland 8:20-Russia believes CNBC's Hadley Gamble was sent as a distraction to Putin 8:35-Southwest airlines backs away from putting unvaccinated employees on unpaid leave 9:00-NEWS 9:10-Central Pennsylvania restaurants are forced to raise prices 9:20- Is "The Batman" too dark and gritty? 9:40-Senator Bernie Sanders and Senator Joe Manchin are "talking" 9:50-Aaron Rodgers calls out woke/PC culture after criticism towards his "taunting." Photo: Getty Images See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On today's edition of The Daily Tap, Charlie talks about the Milwaukee Bucks winning their first game of the season against the Brooklyn Nets. He talks about the play of Giannis Antetokounmpo, the Bucks bench, the Nets needing Kyrie, and much more. Charlie also discusses Greg Jennings getting into the Packers Hall of Fame. Why he shouldn't be booed at all by the fans. Lastly, why Cody Bellinger is everything that we wanted in Christian Yelich this October.
The NBA season is finally here! Ben Ladner and Jon Sauber discuss their expectations for the season, what they expect from each team, how awards races might shake out, and much more. Plus: analysis of the rookie extensions that were and weren't signed this week.
The Los Angeles Dodgers their first win in their NLCS series against the Atlanta Braves. The Houston Astros tied things up with the Boston Red Sox in the ALCS. The NBA tipped off and the Brooklyn Nets without Kyrie Irving fell to the defending champion Milwaukee Bucks. The Los Angeles Lakers hosted the Golden State Warriors in the nightcap of the opening night games. Joel Embiid didn't hold back in his comments on Ben Simmons as the Philadelphia 76ers start the year with more drama. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In Season 2 Episode 24, Travis sits down with Michael Wandell, Chief Commercial Officer for BSE Global and the Brooklyn Nets. Michael had a successful career for eight years in a different industry before deciding to move into the sports business. Tune in to hear how he followed his passion and has had a very successful career including helping land the largest jersey patch deal just recently. www.52weeksofhustle.com Book Available - https://www.amazon.com/dp/1735610801 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On today's episode, Jason kicks things off with a very quick thought on the Milwaukee Bucks' beatdown of the Brooklyn Nets on opening night. Giannis and the Bucks played with a certain level of swagger that you only get after winning a championship and they should be a force this season. In the nightcap, Russell Westbrook had a night to forget in the Los Angeles Lakers' loss to the Golden State Warriors. LeBron James and Anthony Davis looked as good as ever, but Westbrook's play reminded us all why so many doubted whether or not the trio could actually fit together on the floor. Russ was so bad offensively that you could actually hear Lakers fans groan anytime he took a shot. The reality is that LeBron and AD are good enough on their own to get the Lakers to the NBA Finals, but they won't win a ring unless Russ takes a step back. Later, Jason explains why he believes the Philadelphia 76ers are completely mismanaging the Ben Simmons situation. The longer they let his discontent permeate the locker room, the worse things are going to get. As much as Joel Embiid would like to focus on winning basketball games, the reality is that the media won't stop asking about Simmons' season of discontent until he actually gets traded. Recent history (Anthony Davis, James Harden, Jimmy Butler) tell us if a star wants out of town, he'll do anything in his power to ensure that it happens; Ben Simmons is no different. At this point, the question isn't if the Sixers will trade their disgruntled superstar, but when. Timberwolves? Trail Blazers? Spurs? Only time will tell. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Ric examines the performances in the Milwaukee Bucks' decisive win over the Brooklyn Nets and the Golden State Warriors out-dueling the Los Angeles Lakers to open the 2021-22 NBA season.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/bucher-and-friends. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
It was opening night in the NBA, which saw Giannis Antetokounmpo and the Milwaukee Bucks beat Kevin Durant, James Harden and the Brooklyn Nets. Then Steph Curry dropped a triple double as the Golden State Warriors beat LeBron James, James Harden, and the Los Angeles Lakers. Plus, Ben Simmons drama in Philly after Doc Rivers kicked him out of practice and Joel Embiid made some striking comments. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! SweatBlock Get it today for 20% off at SweatBlock.com with promo code LockedOn, or at Amazon and CVS. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The NBA Regular Season is back! Jared Weiss and Dave DuFour breakdown the first two games of the season. The Milwaukee Bucks destroyed the Brooklyn Nets 127-104, led by Finals MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo's 32 points, 14 rebounds, and 7 assists. The Golden State Warriors defeated the Los Angeles Lakers 121-114 behind Steph Curry's triple-double. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Milwaukee Bucks made a dominant statement right after donning their NBA championship rings for the first time on Tuesday, beating the Brooklyn Nets 127-104 behind Giannis Antetokounmpo's 32 points, 14 rebounds, 7 assists and 3 combined steals and blocks. It wasn't just the Giannis show though, as brightly as he shined, as most everyone who played for the injury depleted Bucks looked good. Win in 6 host Jordan Treske joined Gyro Step hosts Rohan Katti and Ti Windisch to break down the game, and they covered pretty much every Buck who played. Topics include how the Nets got bigger but not big enough, Giannis' dazzling performance, Jordan Nwora stepping up big time, the debut of Grayson Allen, and Pat Connaughton adding to his bag. They also covered Jrue Holiday's unfortunate injury, and his strong play before going out. Get the earliest heads up on ALL GSPN content, including podcasts, YouTube videos, and even new written articles on the GSPN Substack! The Gyro Step Podcast Network is on YouTube for live podcasts and other projects including this very podcast episode and many more to come, subscribe today! GSPN is proud to call Blue Wire's network of podcasts home. You can (and should) follow Rohan, Ti, Adam, Jordan, and the Gyro Step and the Win In 6 podcast on Twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
October 11, 2021. In this first episode of the Elon NBA Show, Jack Prahinski ('25) breaks down all the Eastern Conference teams from the heavy title favorites such as the Brooklyn Nets and the Milwaukee Bucks to even the likes of teams more focused on rebuilding like the Orlando Magic or the Detroit Pistons along with many others. Using 5 tiers I evaluate where the 15 teams stand in relativity to each-other, how each offseason played out, and prevalent story lines that have continued since the offseason began such as the Ben Simmons hold out saga, Kyrie Irving anti-vaccine sentiments, Giannis' leap, Durant's dominance, and much more. The legit contenders in Milwaukee and Brooklyn (0:55-14:34). The teams that have a chance at homecourt advantage and will be above the play in fray such as Boston, Atlanta, and Miami (14:34-25:58). The teams that are just above or in the play in fray consist of Philadelphia, New York, and Charlotte (25:59-37:56). Play-in or bust teams that may be blowing it up this off season if they can't make it to the playoffs or flame out early is made up of Washington and Chicago (37:57-46:20). The last tier is made up of teams that will either unintentionally or will intentionally be tanking which consists of Indiana, Toronto, Detroit, Cleveland and Orlando (46:20-1:07:30).
The Brooklyn Nets took the court for their first regular-season game of the year against the Milwaukee Bucks had a rough go of it. On paper, Kevin Durant and James Harden had strong games with the latter dropping 32 points and the latter nearly hitting a triple-double. But the game was a sloppy one for the Nets who looked out of sync throughout. They struggled to keep Giannis Antetokounmpo and company off the offensive boards and had untimely turnovers as well. There is a lot to break down from this first game including things that can be improved on this coming season for the Nets. Be sure to subscribe to the Locked on Nets Youtube Channel Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Footy news, the Ben Simmons Saga, dutch soccer fan's epic beer feat, USAFL Champions Stefan Barr and Nolan Cox talk to us about American footy, Hump Day Quiz carnage!, Roo explains the unusual things about Texas, Billy's Joke See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Nick Fay and Jac Manuell recap the Brooklyn Nets opening night loss to the Bucks! Nets fall to the Bucks, 104-127 - What happened tonight? - Lineup issues - Rebounding and turnovers - Energy levels - KD and Mills brought it - Nic Claxton's mixed bag - What needs to change? - AND MORE Let Nick (@Nick_Fay_) and Jac (@TheJManJBT) know what you think of the episode on Twitter! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
(00:00) 76ers eighty-six Ben Simmons from practice and Holley, Smith react to the fallout (23:00) King Henry reigns supreme against Buffalo but the brothers argue if Bills were a victim of their own hubris on 4th down(42:00) Quad box time with Vincent Goodwill and Kurt Helin to talk NBA season opener amidst all the drama surrounding Simmons, Kyrie and other title contenders (58:30) Charles Robinson joins the show to talk best teams in AFC, NFC then we get his opinion on Bills v Titans and the 4th down decision (1:16:00) Bob Kendrick, President of Negro Leagues Baseball Museum, stops by to talk MLB postseason and how the Negro Leagues shaped today's game(1:32:00) Vincent Goodwill returns to talk Ben Simmons, preview the NBA season and give his early predictions
WagerTalk's NBA Tip-Off Show brings you NBA Opening Night picks, predictions and odds for Tuesday, October 19. The 2021-22 NBA season kicks off with the defending champs from Milwaukee hosting the Brooklyn Nets, while the Golden State Warriors travel to Los Angeles to face the Lakers. Stay up-to-date on the latest NBA news, stats, analysis, and predictions with our panel of professional handicappers as they preview tonight's NBA action from a betting perspective.#NBA | #NetsWorld | #LakeShowTuesday's Featured NBA Games:Introduction 00:00Milwaukee Bucks -1 vs Brooklyn Nets 07:15LA Lakers -3.5 vs Golden State Warriors 15:25Buzzer Beater Best Bets 25:20
It's time to take the court for the latest episode of the Just End The Suffering podcast! Host Mike Phillips (@MPhillips331) tips off the show by looking at how the New York Knicks and Brooklyn Nets will fare (1:21) during the upcoming NBA season. Mike is then joined by Bleacher Report's Jake Fischer (@JakeLFischer) to dive deeper into the NBA headlines (7:56) with the season set to begin tonight. Mike then weighs in on whether the NFL has more to hide with its 650,000 email treasure trove from the Washington Football Team investigation (22:46) in the Two Minute Drill. Check out Jake Fischer's NBA coverage for Bleacher Report! Check out Jake Fischer's book Built to Lose! Subscribe to the Just End The Suffering podcast on Apple, Amazon, TuneIn, Stitcher and Spotify! Subscribe to Mike Phillips's channel on YouTube!
As the NBA kicks off their 2021/2022 regular season, who better to preview it with us than BOB RYAN, from the Boston Globe. It would be unfair, however, to restrict a man like Mr.Ryan to simply one sport as we dedicate the first half of the show to the red hot Boston Red Sox, Major League Baseball's playoffs and some NFL talk. We end the show with a lengthy chat on the NBA. We go over who we think some of the title contenders could be or rather - has anything changed from last year? The three discuss the LA Lakers new team, Deandre Ayton and the Phoenix Suns, the Ben Simmons situation in Philadelphia, Kyrie Irving's impact on the Brooklyn Nets and the intriguing Chicago Bulls & Miami Heat.
The Playmakerz Blog Podcast: Hoops Talks return for Season 3 and season 3 is the NBA's 75th season. The NBA begins today and it is a good feeling this year. The Playmaker, Darnell Sallins will talk about the situation surrounding Kyrie Irving and playing this season or lack there of as well as Ben Simmons in Philadelphia drama. The Brooklyn Nets and Los Angeles Lakers are favorites to meet in the NBA Finals, but we know Milwaukee is the defending champs and Phoenix is coming back more hungry. Also take a look at the potential star studded rookie class led by Cade Cunningham of Detroit and Jalen Green of Houston. IT'S BASKETBALL SEASON AND THE NBA IS BACK!!!!!!! Subscribe and follow the podcast on your favorite streaming platforms. Leave a rate & review on iTunes/Apple Podcast. Follow The Playmakerz Blog on social media (Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram) & our Website for all our other podcasts. Follow The Playmaker on social media (Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-playmakerzblog/message
Adam is back, which means the band is back, which means he and Dan have over/under win predictions for every NBA team ahead of the 2021-22 season. Buckle up for safety. The takes are about to fly. TIMESTAMPS⬇️
Matt connects with Ti Windisch and Rohan Katti to preview the Milwaukee Bucks-Brooklyn Nets opener that will officially kick off the 2021-2022 season. Topics include expected matchups, lineups, schematic decisions, offseason additions, and more! Subscribe to the GyroStep Podcast on your preferred streaming platform for the best Bucks coverage out there! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Milwaukee Bucks are back in action on Tuesday night as they take on Kevin Durant, James Harden, and the Brooklyn Nets to kick off the NBA season, and after the highly anticipated ring night ceremonies there's going to be some epic basketball played between these two teams. To that end, Rohan Katti and Ti Windisch collaborated with Matt Brooks, host of The Clear Out podcast covering all things Nets on the Blue Wire podcast network and a writer covering the team for Nets Daily, to break down how Milwaukee and Brooklyn have changed since their intense seven-game series, how the teams match up against each other now, and how they think the game will go. The ever-fun "does anything matter if Giannis Antetokounmpo's jumper turns out to be real" conversation snuck its way in there, as did some slight conversation about the Net-who-shall-not-be-named. It's an enjoyable listen ahead of another clash between these two rivals. Check out Matt on Twitter and subscribe to The Clear Out wherever you listen to the Gyro Step and Win in 6! Get the earliest heads up on ALL GSPN content, including podcasts, YouTube videos, and even new written articles on the GSPN Substack! The Gyro Step Podcast Network is on YouTube for live podcasts and other projects including this very podcast episode and many more to come, subscribe today! GSPN is proud to call Blue Wire's network of podcasts home. You can (and should) follow Rohan, Ti, Adam, Jordan, and the Gyro Step and the Win In 6 podcast on Twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Welcome again to the Bill Bradley Collective, where this week your hosts channel their combined furor in the direction of the elected political moderate of 2021. Manchin. Sinema. Romney. Collins. Murkowski. Chances are you've been inundated with the names of these five U.S. senators through the Trump/Biden presidential news cycles, but why? Because they allegedly straddle the lines of left and right, of liberal and conservative, much to the admiration of modern news outlets and political journos, merely to fulfill the false narrative that “moderates” broker deals and “moderates” bridge the gap between the opposed sides of the political aisle. A complete fallacy, and one your noble hosts aim to explain this week, but not before submitting a pair of somewhat collective rants aimed at two principals: an enigmatic pariah who formerly ran the Brooklyn Nets backcourt and the NFL's most influential scribe/hypeman. Join us, as Zak and Andrew break down the details of and fallout from Kyrie Irving's removal from the Nets' 2021-'22 campaign amidst vaccine refusal and nonsensical explanation via Instagram; and Ed brings us home with a takedown on of ESPN's Adam Schefter in the fallout of the Jon Gruden termination and recently brought to light editorial malfeasance performed at the seeming behest of the Washington Football Team's upper management.
Bucks reporter Jim Owczarski of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and podcast host JR Radcliffe look ahead to the 2021-22 season as the Bucks look to defend their championship, starting with a highly intriguing matchup against the Brooklyn Nets at Fiserv Forum on Tuesday. Has Giannis really taken his jump shot to another level? What tweaks will the Bucks make as they await the returns of Semi Ojeleye and Bobby Portis from injuries? What's up with Ted Davis disappearing from radio broadcasts so abruptly? Jon Horst gets an extension and will Georgios Kalaitzakis be the guy who wins Bucks' fans hearts this year? Plus, the debut of two new Point Forward Podcast features: One Quick Buck celebrating a random Bucks player from their 50 years without a title (starting with a center known for one particular foul) and What's Making Jim Mad (starting with an airport he despises ... and something else out of this world entirely). Music intro produced by Olivia Reiner and voiced by Michelle Rutkowski. Music during segments from SoundCloud, "Pursuit Music Logo."
The Boston Red Sox take the lead in the ALCS after an offensive attack at home against the Houston Astros. Derrick Henry put on a performance as the Tennessee Titans upset the Buffalo Bills. Nick Rolovich is out as the Washington State head football coach after refusing to become vaccinated against COVID-19. San Jose Sharks' Evander Kane has been suspended for using a fake COVID-19 vaccination card. Texas A&M head coach Jimbo Fisher shut down rumors that he would be interested in taking the LSU job after this season. Plus, the defending champions Milwaukee Bucks tip off the season against the Brooklyn Nets, could they be even better this year? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Brooklyn Nets are back baby and the regular season is finally here. Leading into the NBA's opening night, the Locked on Nets guys have the 5 Key Questions they'll be looking to have answered in this first game against the Milwaukee Bucks. They talk about what the Nets will do with James Harden and Kevin Durant on the court as well as asking some simple questions about rotations. They are going to look for the Nets' physicality and how the new pieces will continue fitting together. It's a packed podcast gearing up for the regular season to start on Tuesday. Subscribe to the Locked On Nets YouTube channel today for this episode and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The season is upon us! For this year's season preview - Brian and Mike snake draft their way through the Brooklyn Nets roster, pitting themselves against each other. And as they do, preview each Nets players' potential season ahead including what to expect from Kyrie Irving. If you want to follow along the draft, dive into our YouTube where there is a visual accompaniment. Also - smush that follow and subscribe! A lot of fun stuff will be on there this season. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts Theathletic.com/glueguys to get a special deal for a subscription to The Athletic Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices