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In episode 171, Pat and Jeff discuss the World Series match up between the Atlanta Braves and the Cheater Cheatingtons, turn the page on another chapter of the Ben Simmons novella, and point and laugh at the Lakers thing going exactly like everyone thought it would. Later in the show, where does DeShaun Watson end up, and what in tarnashin' happened to Patrick Mahomes?
Tim discusses the Lakers' upcoming matchup with the San Antonio Spurs with Noah Magaro-George, Writer & Editor at Pounding The Rock and host of the Alamo City Limits Podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
After the Lakers 1-2 start what are Alex Padilla and Alex Regla's overall impressions of the team. They discuss that plus preview the Lakers next game vs the San Antonio Spurs. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Logan and Raja discuss their impressions from the first week of the NBA season, including how much you can really take away from the results, the differences between young and old teams, and what the Nets and Lakers look like so far (0:30). Then they talk about the young players who have caught their eye early on, including one man, Ja Morant, who has been playing out of his mind (29:10). Hosts: Logan Murdock and Raja Bell Associate Producer: Sasha Ashall Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
After a disappointing loss on Sunday night, Colin explains why it's time to downgrade the 49ers from "elite" status they were given after making a run to the Super Bowl a couple seasons ago. He shares the truth about Patrick Mahomes after the Chiefs fell to 3-4 and why it's okay to admit he's struggling right now despite his unbelievable talent. He tells you why he was right about Carson Wentz and wrong about the Lakers. Plus, NFL insider Mike Silver joins the show to give his thoughts on the Rams becoming Super Bowl contenders with Matthew Stafford and if Mike Tomlin would consider the USC job. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
ETR's Mike Gallagher and Drew Dinkmeyer breakdown the team starting slowly and those surging ahead through the first week of NBA action. They discuss what to make of the Lakers, how the Hornets have looked so good and whether the Bulls are actually back Head over to Establish The Run today to view our in-season content and all our subscriber packages - www.establishtherun.com/subscribe-nba Timestamps Why are the Lakers starting slow? (1:42) | Celtics struggle with consistency (5:08) | Pelicans are a bad basketball team. (8:05) | Suns facing a Finals hangover? (12:04) | Hornets are a good basketball team. (14:55) | Bulls are back, baby? (18:33) | Wolves making the leap (19:58) | Warriors, Curry starting hot (22:26)
Jalen and Jacoby discuss the Chiefs and Ravens Week 7 loses. Kyler Murray and the still undefeated Cardinals. Tom Brady's 600th TD pass, Jalen's Lions disappointing loss. The Nets continuing to struggle and the Lakers working out the kinks, all that and much more.
The Lakers beat the Memphis Grizzlies for their first win of the season and Carmelo Anthony's big scoring night was a major reason why. Pete, Mike, and Darius discuss how Melo got it going, why the sets and lineups he's used in led to his success, and how he fits on this roster is coming into greater focus through three games. Later, the guys discuss Melo's defense and why the way Vogel schemes around him hint at the ways the team is best suited to play defense overall. Visit https://www.tickpick.com/lfr/ to save $10 on your first order of tickets. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Dwight vs AD 3:17 Joel still trying to play nice 4:04 early rookie report 9:15 can the Clippers hold on? 10:10 Ja in the MVP race? 11:15 Suns Super Bowl hangover 12:20 Nets vs Hornets 15:22 Warriors continue to roll
00:00 Tom Brady's 600 touchdowns 21:49 Lakers/Grizzlies 48:51 Chiefs/Titans 1:01:20 Cowboys 1:14:16 Russell Westbrook 1:25:05 Bengals/Ravens 1:34:53 Bucs 1:43:49 Carmelo Anthony's legacy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The NBA saw plenty of action over the weekend, including the Lakers taking down the red-hot Grizzlies, the Nets falling to 1-2 after a loss to the Hornets, and some exciting things brewing in Houston where Jalen Green had the three-ball working.
The Buds welcome back returning champion Georgea Brooks (Bounce That! podcast) to discuss the "Stand With Kyrie Irving" anti-vax demonstration turning into a raid on Barclay's Center, the Lakers descending into chaos so early in the season, the Ben Simmons situation (AGAIN), and then wrap it all up by talking about some teams that have been bright spots early in the season. It's a fun one! Support the buds at patreon.com/airbudspod! Get our t-shirts at airbuds.bigcartel.com and teepublic.com/user/airbudspodcast! Please give us a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On today's show: Jessica breaks down the Grizzlies game against the Lakers, compares Ja Morant to Marry Poppins, and more from the Grizzlies weekend. She also asks if it is time to start believing in the Titans and gives her best team in the AFC. Jason Munz hops on to discuss all things Memphis Tigers basketball before Jessica talks about the Memphis Tigers' football woes, Ole Miss win over LSU and more from around the college football landscape. In POP Jessica talks about Kane Brown's ankle sprain in FedExForum, Sir Andrew Lloyd Weber's DJing skills and candy corn. (start) Grizz weekend recap (5:00) Ja Morant's performance (16:00) Ziaire Williams game (20:00) Titans (23:00) Best team in AFC (31:00) Jason Munz/Memphis Tigers (35:00) Memphis Tigers takeaways after exhibition game (48:00) Tom Brady's 600th TD ball (55:00) Memphis Tigers football struggles (1:06:00) Ole Miss win over LSU (1:13:00) Kane Brown's sprained ankle (1:16:00) Shooting on 'Rust' set (1:20:00) Andrew Lloyd Weber DJing outside Phantom of the Opera (1:25:00) Candy corn hate (1:28:00) Trae Young's barber Watch LIVE at 8am, weekdays on YouTube and the Grizzlies App: bit.ly/MemGrizzApp Watch today's full show at: youtube.com/grindcitymedia
Monty & Jake are talking about a big BYU Football's win at Washington State! It's the first time BYU has 4 P5 wins in a season, and BYU Football is the only team in the country with 4 wins over PAC 12 Teams this season! Now Bronco Mendenhall brings one of the best offenses in the country with his Virginia Cavaliers to Provo! Will it be trick or treat for BYU Football Saturday? The Arizona Cardinals continue to roll, now 7-0, heading for a Thursday Night Football tilt against the Green Bay Packers, how good are the Arizona Cardinals? Are the Arizona Cardinals the best team in the NFL? Are the Arizona Cardinals a Super Bowl contender? The Utah Jazz win in Sacramento on Friday Night, but what did we learn about the Utah Jazz from that win? With a difficult week ahead, can the Utah Jazz prove the naysayers wrong about their defense? Is Rudy Gobert really a better offensive player the he's been in previous seasons? The Los Angeles Lakers got a win on Sunday Night behind a massive performance from Carmelo Anthony, and the Los Angles Lakers shot 53% from 3. Is this who the Los Angeles Lakers are? Monty & Jake are having a heated debate over Cafe Rio Vs Chipotle. Monty says it's not close, and Jake agrees, but they are on totally different sides of the debate. The guys got back on the basketball court Yesterday, and Monty is stressing over it. Is it safe to play pick up hoops with COVID still so persistent in society? We have all heard of frivolous lawsuits, but there is a new one that Monty says is one of the worst of all time. It involves Pop Tarts and flavor. The guys talk about the worst lawsuits in history and wonder how they ever got to court. Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, and Tiktok: TheMontyShow & SLCSuperCars Traeger Smoker: https://amzn.to/3y7lpeF Barlean's Total Omega - Orange: https://amzn.to/3kC3F6v Ghost Protein -Nutter Butter! https://amzn.to/3jk9czl Amino Energy Drink Cherry: https://amzn.to/2XT38FF Rockstar Recovery: https://amzn.to/2WgUQa4 One Bars: https://amzn.to/3D9wQGv
Cole Huff is a former player (Creighton, G-League, Overseas) who is now a NBA/WNBA Writer for The Athletic among other outlets. Cole talks about his shift from playing professionally to media. Cole and Combo discuss Russ Westbrook's fit with the Lakers, the Suns decision to not extend Deandre Ayton with a Max, NBA75 Snubs, and more. They also discuss the early indications that Lebron and Giannis have improved as shooters. Find Cole on Instagram and Twitter @ColeHoops Find Combo on Instagram @OneTwoCombo and on Twitter @Comboscourt
Its time for our NBA season preview and as per tradition , Were late again! The season is under way but the guys still wanna make picks. The Lakers will make the playoffs , but will they even get out of the first round? One of the guys thinks the Bucks are prime for a repeat while the other thinks they wont make it back to the finals. And why DameDollas only shot at an NBA title may be , This Year? The NBAs back and so are we! Enjoy!
On this episode of Players Choice, we react to the Lakers shaky start, the NBA Top 75 players list, the Miami Heat and Tyler Herro, and more. Thank you for watching and make sure you follow our links below to connect with us on our social media pages as well as follow our Twitch channel to watch us when we go live!Players Choice airs live on Twitch (link below). Days and times may vary so make sure you follow the channel to be notified when we go live.---------------------------------#PlayersChoice #NBAHotTakes #Basketball---------------------------------⌚Timestamps⌚Intro: 0:00Start of Show: 9:30Walking Back Old Takes: 13:50Lakers Rough Start: 52:20NBA Top 75: 1:20:20Miami Heat & Tyler Herro: 1:36:20Care or Don't Care: 1:54:00NBA Rookies: 2:19:10Viewer Submitted Topics: 2:32:15Euroandhesi's Unbeatable Team: 2:52:10---------------------------------
Tony Jones from The Athletic is here, we run through the NBA's first week by breaking down its contenders and more. We dive in by discussing some of the weaknesses the league has shown so far. We start with Brooklyn, then go to the Lakers. Then, we move to the East and run through Milwaukee, Philadelphia, Atlanta (not Miami just because I haven't seen them yet). Then we run through Utah, Denver, Phoenix, the Clippers, the Mavs, and the hit on plenty of other teams throughout. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On today's episode, Jason kicks things off with a deep dive into the Kansas City Chiefs' underwhelming first half of the NFL season. After getting their doors blown off in two of their last three games, the Chiefs suddenly look like they're in real danger of missing the playoffs altogether. The defense is a joke, and all the good turnover luck that Patrick Mahomes had last season has turned completely the opposition direction. Remember when we all thought that Mahomes was destined to become the greatest quarterback of all-time? Do you still feel that way today now that he's suddenly turned into a turnover machine? Sticking in the AFC, with Tua Tagovailoa and the Miami Dolphins losing yet again, the drumbeat for Deshaun Watson grows louder and louder. Making matters worse for Tua, Watson reportedly only has eyes for Miami right now in any potential trade; Don't be surprised to see Watson wearing teal and orange very soon. In the NFC, all eyes are still on Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers after they embarrassed the Chicago Bears during the primetime window. Brady is so good he's almost made greatness seem boring. For example, in a game where Brady threw his 600th career touchdown pass, the biggest storyline to come out of it was the negotiation that took place after Mike Evans accidentally gave the ball away to a fan. Moving over to the NBA, the Los Angeles Lakers got their first win of the LeBron James-Russell Westbrook Era (even if the fit still feels a little clunky), but the biggest story to come out of the Association was the near-riot that took place in Brooklyn. A large group of anti-vaxxers showed up to protest in support of Kyrie Irving. However, a quick scan of the crowd all but confirmed that their protest had absolutely nothing to do with Kyrie; it was just another opportunity for the mob to cause a ruckus because their feelings got hurt. Finally, Jason closes the show with a New Orleans Saints vs Seattle Seahawks edition of the Best Bet. Click here to subscribe, rate and review all of the latest Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre podcasts! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
On today's episode, Jason kicks things off with a deep dive into the Kansas City Chiefs' underwhelming first half of the NFL season. After getting their doors blown off in two of their last three games, the Chiefs suddenly look like they're in real danger of missing the playoffs altogether. The defense is a joke, and all the good turnover luck that Patrick Mahomes had last season has turned completely the opposition direction. Remember when we all thought that Mahomes was destined to become the greatest quarterback of all-time? Do you still feel that way today now that he's suddenly turned into a turnover machine? Sticking in the AFC, with Tua Tagovailoa and the Miami Dolphins losing yet again, the drumbeat for Deshaun Watson grows louder and louder. Making matters worse for Tua, Watson reportedly only has eyes for Miami right now in any potential trade; Don't be surprised to see Watson wearing teal and orange very soon. In the NFC, all eyes are still on Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers after they embarrassed the Chicago Bears during the primetime window. Brady is so good he's almost made greatness seem boring. For example, in a game where Brady threw his 600th career touchdown pass, the biggest storyline to come out of it was the negotiation that took place after Mike Evans accidentally gave the ball away to a fan. Moving over to the NBA, the Los Angeles Lakers got their first win of the LeBron James-Russell Westbrook Era (even if the fit still feels a little clunky), but the biggest story to come out of the Association was the near-riot that took place in Brooklyn. A large group of anti-vaxxers showed up to protest in support of Kyrie Irving. However, a quick scan of the crowd all but confirmed that their protest had absolutely nothing to do with Kyrie; it was just another opportunity for the mob to cause a ruckus because their feelings got hurt. Finally, Jason closes the show with a New Orleans Saints vs Seattle Seahawks edition of the Best Bet. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Ben Simmons will eventually get traded, but who is the best suitor? In this episode, we talk about the NBA 75th Anniversary Team, the problems with the Lakers, and recap week 1 of the 2021 NBA season.
Week 7 of the NFL season is finally underway! All the Sunday games are in the books and the guys are ecstatic to discuss their thoughts from the day. First, the trio do a deep dive into their favorite games and performances of the day. They discuss the following topics: Why the Lions have a bright future. Breaking down the Chiefs struggles after an ugly loss to the Titans. How the Bengals have been surprising this season and looking at Ja'Marr Chase's record-breaking year. Analyzing why Sam Darnold is bad. Discussing Justin Fields' struggles with turnovers and why Tom Brady could win MVP. Next, the guys talk about the NBA, with a focus on the Charlotte Hornets. Then, the trio discuss college football and specifically, look at which surprising teams could potentially get into the College Football Playoff. Following that, the guys touch on more NBA topics like examining the Lakers slow start to the season. To finish out the episode, the trio give an update on their fantasy football league.
Ric discusses the source of the blow-up between Lakers' big men Dwight Howard and Anthony Davis, as well as the one potential flaw he sees in his choice of the Phoenix Suns repeating as Western Conference champions.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/bucher-and-friends. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The 2021-22 season has been, to put it mildly, off to a rocky start for the Lakers. They went 0-fer the entire preseason, then dropped the opening pair of regular season games, the second a loss to the Phoenix Suns, featuring a variety of meltdowns over officiating and a timeout brouhaha between Anthony Davis and Dwight Howard. Frankly, the team really needed a win, and finally got one against the Memphis Grizzlies on Sunday, 121-118. It wasn't always pretty or textbook. Budding superstar guard Ja Morant (40 points, 10 assists) carved up the Lakers' defense. The ball still gets turned over way too often. Russell Westbrook remains very inefficient from the floor. And so on and so forth. However, there were also plenty of positives. Carmelo Anthony led the Lakers with 28 points off the bench, fueling a win that saw him pass Moses Malone to become number nine on the NBA's all-time scoring list. Anthony Davis played exceptional defense inside and along the perimeter. Russell Westbrook (who notched 13 assists, albeit against nine turnovers) and LeBron James displayed some periodic flash working in tandem. And the team looked on balance its best over three games, by a significant margin. To be certain, a lot of work remains ahead of the Lakers. Like... a LOT. But everyone knew going into this season that even a successful campaign would be spent as a work in progress. That's just the deal for this particular roster. Thus, it's important to play well and improve, but sometimes you also gotta just take the W and gratefully keep it moving. And on Sunday, the Lakers ultimately did both. HOSTS: Andy and Brian Kamenetzky SEGMENT ONE: Reaction to the win, and what stood out most to the Kamenetzkys. SEGMENT TWO: What's starting to work for Westbrook, and what's still eluding him. SEGMENT THREE: Thoughts on Melo's historic night, and how enjoyable his presence on the Lakers has been. 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 Los Angeles Lakers won a basketball game. Carmelo Anthony went off. Austin Reaves did stuff! Winning is a lot more fun than the alternative. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Arnie Spanier and Chris Plank update you on the downpour in Santa Clara between the Niners and Colts. Matt Verderame is in the house to talk everything NFL Week 7. The fellas discuss Justin Fields turnovers, Zach Wilson's injury, and Arnie attempts to jinx the Lakers. FSR host and Vegas insider Bernie Fratto joins the show to discuss everything from a gambler's perspective. They talk Brady records, say the 49ers are just not a good team and tell you other things they've learned in the NFL so far. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Keith Parish and Dave DuFour recap an exciting first weekend in the NBA. The Bulls, Hornets, and Warriors all made it to 3-0. Ja Morant nearly gives the Memphis Grizzlies the Los Angeles Back to Back sweep, but a missed free throw allows the Lakers to hold on for their first win of the season. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
En el aniversario 75 de la liga, la NBA lanzó una lista de los 75 (en realidad fueron 76) jugadores que la han definido y destacado en su historia. Los comisionados Lucho y Mave critican a muchos que no deberían estar y se preguntan por qué faltaron otros (Spoiler alert: Manu Ginobili)Luego conversamos acerca de qué nos ha llamado la atención en esta primera semana: Los equipos sorpresa y las decepciones de los favoritos.Finalmente damos nueva información sobre en qué están los casos de Kyrie Irving y su no-vacunación en los Brooklyn Nets, el por qué Ben Simmons necesitaría ayuda psicológica y qué hay detrás de las duras acusaciones del dueño de los Phoenix Suns Robert Saver.Síganos en redes sociales:https://instagram.com/LosComisionadoshttps://twitter.com/LosComisionadosY no olvide suscribirse en su plataforma de podcast favorita en LosComisionados.com "un podcast sobre la actualidad de la NBA, desde California y Chile para el mundo"
The Lakers totally got creamed by the Suns! Join Chapin, Fonz and Brandon as they provide live commentary on the 2nd Half of the Suns game as it happens and also break down the Suns extending Shamet / not extending Deandre Ayton. Also we talk about snubs for the NBAs 75 team. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The NBA Top 75 was released .... and yea it wasn't good.Ben Simmons has ANOTHER EXCUSE not to play?The Lakers are in trouble already?Those topics and many more will be discussed on episode 45 of Hoop Concessions!!!Check out the best clips and snippets on our YouTube Channel! - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXBS2UXNjPralOvIe235FegBe sure to follow us on our social media platforms!Instagram: https://instagram.com/hoop_concessions?utm_medium=copy_link Twitter: https://twitter.com/hoopconcessions?s=21Yung MustardYoutube: https://www.youtube.com/c/YungMustardTwitter: https://twitter.com/yungmustard23Insta: https://www.instagram.com/yungmustard23/?igshid=2rue2kj2eygqDariusTwitter: https://twitter.com/dariustcf?s=21Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-IbETujlEKFMaRx6fn10dwJSmoothTwitter: https://twitter.com/ClampGodDreInsta: https://www.instagram.com/gosnells27/?hl=enYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjmNFPGctI2_rrpPvH6XzBABinoTwitter: https://twitter.com/Kingbino27
The @UclaBTeam is now part of the What's Bruin Network! Subscribe to one feed to get three great shows!What's Bruin Symposium - A conversation about all things Bruin over drinks with Bruin Report Online's @mikeregaladoLA, @wbjake68, Jamaal (@champspapa1015) and BillThe B Team - insightful Bruin talk with @MichaelMHanna and Nathan (@Sideoutpar)West Coast Bias - LA Sports (mostly Lakers, Dodgers and NFL) with Jamaal and JakeSupport WBS at Patreon.com/WhatsBruinShow for just $2/month and get exclusive content, access to our SLACK channel and the new WBS Sticker. Please rate and review us on whatever platform you listen on. Call the WBS Hotline at 805-399-4WBS (Suck it Reign of Troy)
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This is the 128th episode of the "Talk That Talk Show", hosted by Barry Holmes. Holmes delivers another quality episode, discussing sports, society and culture! This episode features long time friend, Mike Greer!NBA / Knicks PreviewMike Greer InterviewSpecial shout out to our sponsors:Sky Dye Socks Ink ParlorAir We AreMaria Bruscianelli & Joe SnowMusic: Zeshan Abbas (Vitamin Z)
Cedric Phillips recaps all of 10/22's NBA action including nailing Knicks vs Magic, why the Lakers are a bad basketball team through two games, why the 76ers are Kings fail to execute at the end of games, and what to expect from Phoenix and Utah moving forward.
We recap two games (Nuggets, Lakers) and preview two more (Blazers, Kings), and special guest Bob Young (Az Republic/Athletic/retired) takes us down contract negotiation memory lane of Marion and Joe Johnson contract negotiations gone bad. Oh yeah, and there's that racism and sexism claim to discuss too... Find the show: Twitter @DaveKingNBA @ZonaHoops_ @SunsSolarPanel Youtube: The Solar Panel: A Phoenix Suns Channel -- with weekly live shows Blog: www.BrightSideoftheSun.com and www.ZonaHoops.com Proudly Presented by Draftkings.com USE promo code TBPN upon sign up for a BONUS! Also sponsored by Manscaped.com USE the promo code FLAMINGBALLERS for 20% off and free shipping #ad The Basketball Podcast Network
Happy Friday Fam! On this edition of The Jason Smith Show with Mike Harmon - Best Of Podcast... Jason and Mike break down the crumbling Los Angeles Lakers as Anthony Davis and Dwight Howard have a slap fight on the sidelines while loosing yet another game! The guys give you their upset special NFL and College Football picks for the upcoming weekend, and our friend Pete Fiutak the editor and chief of CollegeFootballNews.com joins the guys for all the latest around the College football world! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Jason Smith and Mike Harmon are joined by Pete Fiutak of CollegeFootballNews.com to preview a weekend of college football that could be sneaky good (with some not so exciting matchups.) Jason changes his Dodgers in Atlanta prediction because of the breaking Max Scherzer news and explains why he hates 'bullpen games.' They react to the Lakers wild, imploding night in LA...was the fight they showed at the end of the game at least a good sign? Plus, they talk upcoming bombshell report on the Phoenix Suns' owner. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Jason Smith and Mike Harmon break down the Lakers ugly night in Los Angeles and have audio from Dwight Howard talking after the game about his altercation with teammate Anthony Davis. Todd Furhman of Bet the Board joins the show to discuss the books reactions to the Knicks start, the Lakers troubles, and a preview of the best football bets for Saturday and Sunday. Plus, the fellas make more Upset Special college and NFL picks! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
2021/22 Postgame Recap #3 Bulls Pelicans: 19:30 Also Available on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wFL9lwIZL_Q Twitter: https://twitter.com/DimeDropperPod TikTok, Facebook, & Instagram: @DimeDropperPod
The Suns beat the Lakers 115-105. But the best entertainment may have come off the court. From a bench kerfuffle to Devin Booker trolling Russell Westbrook. Come for the laughs stay for the midnight slip-in-slide. More: GoPHNX.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Chris and Rob explain why the Phoenix Suns' preemptive attack on a yet-to-be released report alleging a pattern of racism and sexism by owner Robert Sarver actually makes them look a little bit suspicious, and discuss the notion that the Los Angeles Lakers' integration of Russell Westbrook into their offense is really an 'easy fix' or not. Plus, former MLB All-Star Dmitri Young swings by to share his thoughts on all the biggest storylines to come out of the ALCS and NLCS. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Verno and KOC first discuss all the issues with the NBA 75 rollout over the past week, including the most glaring omissions and the fact that it ended up actually being the NBA 76 (0:30). Then they give 10 first impressions from the first three days of NBA games this season, starting with Jason Kidd's poor showing against the Hawks (12:24) and Tyler Herro's fantastic performance against the Bucks (17:51), and moving on to the Nets' rotation issues (22:15), Evan Mobley's great game against the Grizzlies (32:12), Russell Westbrook's tough season opener with the Lakers (40:22), and more. Hosts: Chris Vernon and Kevin O'Connor Associate Producer: Sasha Ashall Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Stephen A. Smith and Kendrick Perkins debate about Lebron, Westbrook, the Lakers, snubs off of the "NBA 75" team and the latest Ben Simmons news. Ryan Clark joins the show and debates Stephen A. about if the Bengals are the NFL's biggest surprise and more.
00:00 Lakers/Suns preview 23:10 Ben Simmons 37:00 Kyrie Irving 51:53 Steph Curry 1:03:32 Cowboys 1:15:30 Chris Broussard joins 1:26:44 Chiefs/Titans preview 1:35:01 76ers update 1:44:15 Odell Beckham Jr. 1:51:39 Carmelo Anthony's viral blunder Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Ringer's Bill Simmons is joined by J.A. Adande to discuss the NBA 75th Anniversary Team and parallels between Magic Johnson's turmoil with the Lakers in 1981 and the current situation with Ben Simmons and the 76ers. They also compare the 2004 Lakers and the 2021 Lakers, get into the MLB postseason, and more (2:00). Then Bill talks with NFL Network's Peter Schrager about the 6-0 Cardinals and the upcoming Chiefs-Titans matchup before making their Million-Dollar Picks for NFL Week 7 (48:35). Finally Bill talks with renowned restaurateur Dave Chang about his new Hulu show ‘The Next Thing You Eat,' some of Bill and Dave's food revelations over the past year, what seems to be another painful year for fans of the Washington Football Team, family life, and more (1:39:40). Host: Bill Simmons Guests: J.A. Adande, Peter Schrager, and Dave Chang Producer: Kyle Crichton Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices