The fellas recap the week that was: Dizzle is knee-deep in home repairs. Killa had a big family dinner & celebrated his 15th wedding anniversary. Kev has a lazy Saturday! Biggest stories of the week: List of restaurants women refuse to go on a first date. Where'd the fellas go with their wives on their first dates. Sports Talk: The Philadelphia 76ers traded James Harden to the Los Angeles Clippers, The Warriors will host the 2025 NBA All-Star Weekend, The NBA has agreed multiyear deal with Kim Kardashian's SKIMS, Ex-NBA player Joe Smith finds out his wife has an Only Fans, and new NBA Game. Quick Hitters: 50 Cent's song “In Da Club” is officially DIAMOND, Domino's Offering Customers With Student Loans Free Pizza, Burna Boy reveals he turned down $5 Million to perform in Dubai because smoking is banned there, and Killa's thoughts on Issue 2. Stay connected with the fellas @Dj_Killa_Kev @1KevNash & @GrandpaDizzle on Twitter & IG! #YouCantMakeThisUpPodcast #YCMTUP #LinkInTheBio
Natalie and Terrika Foster-Brasby react to the Lions' win over the Packers on Thursday Night Football and the reported details about the relationship between Damian Lillard and the Portland Trail Blazers. Subria Whitaker joins the show to weigh-in on the WNBA MVP voting controversy. Natalie and Terrika discuss Deion Sanders' detractors and preview Colorado vs USC. Nat and Terrika also react to reports that the Warriors will be hosting NBA All-Star Weekend in 2025 and are finalizing an agreement to bring a WNBA team to the Bay Area. 00:00 Lions defeat Packers on TNF: David Montgomery, Jared Goff, Jordan Love 11:36 Damian Lillard and Trail Blazers' messy divorce; Giannis Antetokounmpo -- 21:26 WNBA MVP voting controversy: A'ja Wilson, Breanna Stewart, Alyssa Thomas -- 43:16 Deion Sanders weighs in on his detractors; Colorado hosts USC -- 48:17 Bay Area news: Warriors to host 2025 All-Star weekend, WNBA expansion
On this week's episode, GMike does a joint episode with the "ON GUARD" podcast with hosts Nick Wilkins & Titus Cleveland + the "SPORTSVIBESPODCAST" with Richard Moss. We go over some topics on the NBA which include: -Who will win Rookie Of The Year? -Who was the best steal in the draft? -Who will be the next player to drop 70pts? -Will there ever be a player to drop 80pts again? -How does the NBA have to change the NBA All-Star Weekend to make it better? -NBA Trivia! PLEASE LIKE, SUBSCRIBE, SHARE AND LEAVE COMMENTS!!! --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/george-michael-perez/support
(00:00-25:10) – The Fan Midday Show opens on a Wednesday with Jimmy Cook and Scott Agness by breaking down some of the prospects that are in the being mocked to the Indiana Pacers at seven, why they believe Indiana should be in position to be fifth or sixth in the eastern conference standings, examine the situations that the Portland Trail Blazers and Charlotte Hornets are in right now with the second and third picks, and why it doesn't seem likely that the Pacers will go get O.G. Anunoby. (25:10-43:17) – Danny Lopez, Vice President for External Affairs and Corporate Communications for Pacers Sports & Entertainment, joins Scott Agness and Jimmy Cook on the Fan Midday Show to explain the decision of the Saturday night festivities on All-Star weekend to be at Lucas Oil Stadium, why they decided to list the ticket prices for the festivities at a reasonable cost, what they want people to do All-Star weekend, and reveals the date in which fans can start purchasing tickets. (43:17-46:42) – We close out the first hour of the show with Scott and Jimmy debating if Trayce Jackson-Davis and other prospects that fall into a wide range of outcomes should attend the NBA Draft in person tomorrow night. (46:42-1:11:32) – Rafael Barlowe of NBA Big Board joins Scott and Jimmy on the Fan Midday Show to highlight what he's heard over the last 24-48 hours pertaining to what Charlotte and Portland will do tomorrow night, which prospect he really likes to join the Pacers roster with the seventh pick, how to access the Thompson twins, some players that he likes at the end of the first round for the Pacers, and if there is enough value in the back end of the first round for Indiana to package 26 and 29 to move up in the middle of the first round. (1:11:32-1:31:17) – As we wrapped up the previous segment, there was news from ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski that the Indiana Pacers have traded a pair of their picks with the Denver Nuggets. Scott breaks down what it all means for both sides and Jimmy shares his confusion with Kevin Pritchard's move. (1:31:17-1:37:31) – The one o'clock hour concludes with Scott and Jimmy going through some of the prospects that are available in the range of the 40th pick for the Pacers. Additionally, they touch on how the prospects that came to Indianapolis to workout for the Pacers were excited to potentially play with Tyrese Haliburton. (1:41:25-2:05:38) – Rose Garden Report's Sean Highkin joins the Fan Midday Show with Scott Agness and Jimmy Cook to explain the situation the Portland Trail Blazers are in with Damian Lillard, what the future hold for Anfernee Simons if Brandon Miller isn't available for the Blazers if they keep the third overall pick, and how likely it is that Nike owner Phil Knight purchases the franchise in the near future. (2:05:38-2:19:45) – As more details come out of the Pacers/Nuggets trade earlier in the show, Scott changes his mind on the trade knowing which first round pick it could be the Nuggets are sending the Pacers. Additionally, they discuss which prospect they like the most for the seventh pick and where the best fit is for Trayce Jackson-Davis. (2:19:45-2:26:32) – We close out today's show with the JCook Plays of the Day, Eddie sharing play he likes tonight in MLB, and Scott making his official pick as to who the Pacers will select seventh overall tomorrow night.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Def Jam Blaster has been performing in Texas since 1985, and heard on several top-ranking Houston radio stations beginning in 1992. He has been awarded National Morning Show DJ of the Year, Promoter and DJ of the Year in Houston, and The Hip-Hop Icon award to name a few. Blaster has traveled the world performing for top Record Labels and Urban Fashion brands. He co-hosted in-flight entertainment for Continental Airline's Urban Groove Station, which was heard on hundreds of airplanes spanning thousands of flights across the world. He's been featured as a headlining DJ for every major event in Texas, including Superbowl and NBA All-Star Weekend, as well as corporate, political, and couture events. He's worked with Puff Daddy, Alicia Keys, Beyonce, Lil Wayne, Doug E. Fresh, Run DMC, Mike Epps, Nephew Tommy, and countless other celebrities and artists as they've partied in Texas. He's also produced for and/or done DJ work on albums by Scarface, Rakim, Mobb Deep, Wu-Tang Clan, Outkast, Goodie Mob and several other renowned groups. Blaster was the Featured DJ several times on BET's 106 & Park and Rap City.Def Jam Blaster is a proven crowd favorite who's guaranteed to entertain everyone.
What is it about social media phenom VIC BLENDS that makes him the go-to barber for NBA players and rappers? His talent, of course, but also his personality – something that becomes abundantly clear during his conversation with Point Forward co-hosts ANDRE IGUODALA and EVAN TURNER, which was recorded in front of a live audience in Utah during All-Star Weekend. Blends, born Victor Fontanez, talks about growing up in Fayetteville, NC, after J. Cole had put it on the map; getting his start cutting NBA players' hair with ‘ville native Dennis Smith, Jr.; making the Forbes “30 Under 30” List; why he sees himself as more than a barber; becoming a voice of Gen Z on TikTok; his “Deep Cut” podcast; going to therapy; his conversations with Logic; how he almost died cutting D'Angelo Russell's hair; and plenty more. Plus, before sitting down with Vic, Evan and Andre talk about Steph Curry's historic 50-point performance in Game 7 of the first round and where it ranks among his best games; the Phoenix Suns' and Mercury's decision to move their games to free over-the-air TV and online streaming; and Kevin Garnett's proposal for an NBA All-Star Weekend rap tournament. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Erik LaPaglia is a co-founder of Miami NFT, a digital asset firm that facilitates large-scale conferences and knowledge sharing for creators in NFT, Metaverse, Blockchain, and web3 spaces. He is an early member of the JPEG Morgan NFT group and has supported numerous web3 and NFT projects as an angel investor and advisor. Erik is a renowned speaker on subjects related to NFTs, Web 3, and Metaverse, and presents at national and global events such as Paris Blockchain Summit, iConnections, NFT.NYC, SALT, Superverse Dubai, NFT LA, NFT Atlanta, or NBA All-Star Weekend. Prior to his immersion in Web 3, Erik has founded numerous successful companies in business consulting, advertising, real estate, and film production. Give us a follow! Social Media Instagram - @pandanomicspodcast or @davidchenpanda Learn more about our host "David Chen" at www.pandanomics.com Business Inquiries - email@example.com
Today's episode of the GaryVee Audio Experience is Episode 36 of Props & Drops with Matt Kalish! We kicked things off with a recap of the Waste Management Open and the NBA All-Star Weekend. Also, we chatted about what the Giants might do with Daniel Jones and Saquon Barkley, we debated whether the NCAA tournament will make a comeback, the NFT and card market and how we think VeeCon and Reignmakers are bound to shake things up. Overall this is a really fun episode and I want your feedback on it! Enjoy! My website: www.garyvaynerchuk.com Check out my new NFT project: veefriends.com Join the VeeFriends Discord: https://discord.gg/veefriends Tweet Me! @garyvee Text Me! 212-931-5731 My Newsletter: garyvee.com/newsletter
The JBP kicks off this episode recapping their past few days before diving into their opinions on NBA All-Star Weekend in Utah (16:35). A video of YSL Woody allegedly snitching has been released which leads into a conversation surrounding street culture (50:46). Boosie cancels a potential collab album with T.I. (1:19:38), Jonathan Majors' recent photoshoot for Ebony Magazine has sparked controversy (1:32:20), the advancement of artificial intelligence (2:15:30), + MORE! Become a Patron of The Joe Budden Podcast for additional bonus episodes and visual content for all things JBP.: Tap in here www.patreon.com/JoeBudden Sleeper Picks: Joe | Nicole Bus - “Rain” Ice | Yung Bleu - “Games Women Play” Parks | Styles P - “Porsche Lights” Ish | Mario (feat. Ty Dolla $ign) - “Used To Me” Melyssa Ford | Th&o. - “Prosecco”
With the NBA All-Star weekend behind us Patrick and Seth catch their breath and look at how the season began and where we're at now including an updated look at the Bovada futures board. After an otherwise ho-hum event in Utah, the fellas discuss the practicality of these events (across all leagues) going forward and take issue with Adam Silver's load management questions. And after the first week of the XFL Patrick breaks down what he likes and dislikes about the league and the challenges of pricing lines with so little player data and the rules unique to the league. The guys peer across the pond and look at the updated EPL futures in what's largely a two-horse race. Can the Gunners keep their impressive season or will it be Man City yet again?
Chris and Rob open the show reacting to how boring the NBA All-Star Game was, and if there's any way the league can salvage the game. Rob believes the game needs to be cancelled altogether, while Chris feels another format change that incorporates the fans could inject new life into the event. NBA analyst Antonio Daniels stops by the show to share his thoughts on NBA All-Star Weekend, Russell Westbrook signing with the Clippers and gives a preview of the second half of the NBA season. Plus, the guys discuss LeBron James' comments about the next 23 games being “the most important stretch of his career.” Rob isn't buying LeBron's comments and says he's just trying to save face that he cares, but Chris feels that it was a subliminal message to Anthony Davis.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ebro, Rosenberg and Laura Stylez star in HOT97's flagship program Ebro in the Morning - this episode aired on 2/21/2023 Ebro, Rosenberg, Laura Stylez and the crew are broadcasting live from HOT 97 - talking about NBA All-Star Weekend, the current Carnival season, and musty men call in! Find new podcasts here: https://www.hot97.com/podcasts Get 65% off HelloFresh here!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Chris and Rob react to Russell Westbrook signing with the Clippers, and try to gauge if the move is good for the Clippers or if it will end in disaster. NBA analyst Antonio Daniels stops by the show to share his thoughts on NBA All-Star Weekend, Russell Westbrook signing with the Clippers and gives a preview of the second half of the NBA season. Plus, Chris and Rob react to Mac McLung's shocking win in the dunk contest!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Basketball Buds recap an up and down NBA All Star weekend and the Dunk contest. Visit TryFirstleaf.com/NBASHOWto get your first 6 bottles for $39.95 plus free shipping. Visit play.runyourpool.com/NBASHOW to compete for a chance at $1,000! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
GIVE US A LIKE AND SUBSCRIBE ON YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/live/FNYuR8Meg9Q?feature=share 0:00 NBA All-Star Weekend 1:07:27 RIP Richard Belzer AKA Detective Munch 1:12:35 MLB AL East Division Preview 2:05:30 Kentucky Sweeps Tennessee 2:10:10 Bing Chatbot AI On The Loose 2:20:03 Cardinals New Head Coach Is Kendall Roy 2:35:20 Russell Westbrook To Clippers
His name is Ben Baller, not Ben Humble & he's here to discuss: Going through changes in life & on the show, behavior over the year, fixing problems & seeing true people's colors when there are issues, taking care of family, being on the golf grind, always being an independent person, calling your friends out, going to @MeetTheCarlins event in Arizona, going to PSA, BallerBreaks, Twitter getting messed up, FAM Questions, Par 3 Podcast new episodes every Wednesday, what he's watching, playing golf, NBA All Star Weekend & more. This episode is not to be missed! Please support our sponsors: www.RocketMoney.com/Baller http://betterhelp.com/baller Behind the Baller is sponsored by BetterHelp. Subscribe to Par 3 Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/par-3-podcast-with-j-r-smith-ben-baller-stephen-malbon/id1665308291 If you are interested in NFL, NBA, NCAA, NHL, Soccer, UFC & more Picks daily, weekly or monthly subscribe at www.CaptainPicks.com & Follow @TheCaptainPicks on Instagram Produced by: DBPodcasts www.dbpodcasts.com Follow @dbpodcasts on Instagram & Twitter Music by @lakeyinspired Available on all Podcast Platforms, YouTube & BehindTheBallerPod.com Behind The Baller Theme Music Artist: Illegal Kartel (@illegal_kartel_mikal_shakur) Produced by: Gene Crenshaw @yuyuthemaker
On Mon.'s No Dunks, the guys recap the 2023 NBA All-Star Weekend from Salt Lake City, Utah. Topics include: the best and worst moments from the All-Star Game Draft, Jayson Tatum scoring an ASG-record 55 points, Mac McClung's epic Dunk Contest performance, Damian Lillard finally winning the 3-Point Contest, whether we should scrap the Skills Challenge, Jose Alvarado's big weekend, Guillermo's wedgie, our favorite celebrity sightings, and more. --
Today's word of the day is 'Spring microphone' as in Spring Training is here as in MLB owners are back and they cannot wait to talk! What are we referring to? The Red Sox. The Phillies. The Orioles. The Padres. These owners couldn't wait to talk about money! Let's start with the Philadelphia Phillies. What did John Middleton have to say? He talked money… this will be a common theme! (7:00) What did Red Sox owner John Henry have to say? Are Red Sox fans going to be happy about this? (17:00) Of course, Orioles owner John Angelos had to say something. Why? He couldn't help himself! (22:00) So what is MLB going to do? Can the league spending be fixed? Bring in the Economic Reform Committee! (30:30) Review: Stolen Youth. (34:50) The NBA All Star Weekend needs a makeover. What is going on here!? The Skills Challenge stinks. The Dunk Contest is below average. And the All-Star game itself is a disaster to watch! (42:40) NPPOD. (43:40) Manny Machado told the Padres that he is opting out of his deal. Can San Diego afford to keep him or afford to let him go? Shoutout to the people working hard today! We see you! And a special Happy Birthday to my best mate Pasquale! To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Brian Noe and Geoff Schwartz fill in for the guys today! It's the end of NBA All-Star Weekend and the end of the NBA trade deadline. The guys react to the exciting events that took place in Utah and possibilities for the best NBA teams going into the second half of the season. The guys continue the conversation going back and forth on where they believe Aaron Rodgers will end up next season plus what it'll mean for his career/legacy if he doesn't produce to the high expectations. Derek Carr is a hot topic within the NFL, they give their prediction on where they believe and think it'll be the best spot for him next season. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Ringer NBA Show crew (Logan Murdock, J. Kyle Mann, Kevin O'Connor, Wosny Lambre, Seerat Sohi and Michael Pina) took over The State Room in Salt Lake City, Utah for an epic live podcast in front of a sold out crowd. They talk everything from first half of the season analysis, draft preview and make their predictions for the rest of the 2022-2023 NBA season. Hosts: Logan Murdock, J. Kyle Mann, Kevin O'Connor, Wosny Lambre, Seerat Sohi and Michael Pina Producers: Ben Cruz, Elizabeth Fierman, and Jonathan Kermah Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
We're back from vacation and had a good restful break. We catch up on everything we missed including NBA All Star Weekend, Mac McClung saving the dunk contest, Jonathan Gannon's awkward video from the first day of being Cardinals HC, Genesis Open and tons more (00:00:00- 00:42:18). Who's back of the week (00:42:18-01:06:52) . We then welcome on Bert Kreischer in person to catch up, talk about how he's going to die and a potential random meet up he may now have us attend (01:06:52-01:47:33). We finish with our first live lottery ball in 2 weeks (01:47:33-01:52:47).You can find every episode of this show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or YouTube. Prime Members can listen ad-free on Amazon Music. For more, visit barstool.link/PardonMyTake
On Friday night's special ep. of No Dunks — recorded live from Urban Lounge in Salt Lake City, Utah — the guys make their 2023 NBA All-Star Weekend predictions, talk mountains, Fred Flintstone tattoos, and "soaking" in the Up/Down Report, revisit the year 1993, hit the beach to answer audience questions, and more! --
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Shaun Morash & Kate Constable discuss this weekend's NBA All-Star festivities, including the Dunk Contest and the Team Lebron vs. Team Giannis fantasy draft. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Dan Patrick discusses the arrival of NBA All-Star Weekend by looking back on memories of the Slam Dunk and Three Point Contests. Dan reacts to Kevin Durant arriving in Phoenix and reflects on the break up of the Nets Big 3.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Rick and Lucy bring you a valuable odds boost on Ross Chastain and Daniel Suarez in the Daytona 500 this weekend. They also have their favorite bets for today and the NBA All-Star Weekend, with Rick on the NHL and Lucy with a pick for the dunk contest. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Key, Jay and Max open the show talking about All-Star weekend and they talk about KD's opening press conference with the Suns then they take calls about KD and they continue to talk about how KD will fit with the Suns. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ahead of this weekend's All-Star festivities, Verno and KOC play a round of everyone's favorite game: That's True, That Might be True, That's Ridiculous (10:46). They discuss Tim Bontemps's MVP straw poll, whether Kyrie Irving will be only a rental with the Mavs, which team is the best fit for Russell Westbrook, if Scoot Henderson locked in as the no. 2 pick for this year's draft, and so much more. Also, before ending the show, the guys look at the pool of All-Stars and draft their team (01:05:10). *‘The Ringer NBA' squad is coming to Salt Lake City for NBA All-Star Weekend! Get your tickets here!* Hosts: Chris Vernon and Kevin O'Connor Producer: Jessie Lopez Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On Thu.'s No Dunks, the guys discuss Mikal Bridges scoring a career-high 45 points, Joel Embiid's foot issue possibly keeping him out of Sunday's All-Star Game, the Cavaliers and Kevin Love finalizing a contract buyout, and the new-look Lakers picking up a much-needed win. That, plus some random NBA All-Star Weekend trivia before we head to Utah. --
Logan and Raja are back to discuss how changes to the All-Star Weekend are representative of league-wide trends and specifically why, in recent years, the spotlight has shifted from the Slam Dunk Contest to the 3-Point Contest (1:44). Along the way, Raja talks about what it takes to prepare for the 3-Point Contest as well as what it's like to experience the rest of the All-Star Weekend festivities (20:56). Later, they make predictions for the winners in both contests (39:54). Finally, the guys close out with their Real Ones of the Week (45:39). Hosts: Logan Murdock and Raja Bell Associate Producer: Jonathan Kermah Production Assistant: Kai Grady The Ringer NBA squad is coming to Salt Lake City for NBA All-Star Weekend! Get your tickets here! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Mike Schur joins the show to share his Stat of the Day and scream the names of utility infielders into the void. Chris Cote is stressed about his style for NBA All-Star Weekend. Did Elon Musk buy himself a replacement for high school popularity with Twitter? And with Aaron Rodgers heading into darkness, it's time to meditate with Stugotz. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Verno and KOC discuss their first impressions on some of the traded players from last week's deadline, beginning in Dallas with Kyrie Irving and their loss to the Timberwolves (04:46). It's hard to believe the Mavs are true contenders with all the issues they have, including their lack of defense. In moving on to the Lakers, they discuss last night's blowout loss to the Blazers, talk about LeBron's strange injury, and debate what is really going on with Anthony Davis (15:29). They discuss the debut of Jalen McDaniels with the 76ers and Josh Hart with the Knicks before diving into Jalen Brunson's rising star power and Jacque Vaughn's comments about Ben Simmons (35:01). Also, the guys talk about the nearly nixed trade with the Warriors and Blazers centered on Gary Payton II's failed physical (48:45). *The Ringer NBA squad is coming to Salt Lake City for NBA All-Star Weekend! Get your tickets here!* Hosts: Chris Vernon and Kevin O'Connor Producer: Jessie Lopez Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
FULL DETAILS ON HOW TO JOIN GARY IN SALT LAKE CITY FOR ALL STAR WEEKEND HERE: garyvee.com/allstar2023 Today's episode of the GaryVee Audio Experience is with Executive Chairman/Co-Founder of Qualtrics and owner of the Utah Jazz, Ryan Smith! We talk all about Ryan's journey to owning his favorite basketball team and my hopeful journey to owning the Jets. We also talk about my involvement in NBA All-Star Weekend 2023, Ryan's plans for hosting All-Star weekend, funny interactions I plan to have with Jets fans when I own the team and tons of other practical life and business advice! Enjoy! Let me know what you thought! Ryan Smith's Twitter: https://twitter.com/RyanQualtrics?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor Check out my new NFT project: veefriends.com Join the VeeFriends Discord: https://discord.gg/veefriends Tweet Me! @garyvee Text Me! 212-931-5731 My Newsletter: garyvee.com/newsletter
Verno and KOC react to all the trades made during what was a wild deadline, beginning with last night's blockbuster that sent Kevin Durant to the Suns (02:07). The Lakers finally traded away Russell Westbrook and are set to reunite with D'Angelo Russell; the guys discuss how the Lakers were able to land DLo as well as a handful of other young promising rotation players (23:36). Also, they talk about how the trade will affect the Timberwolves going forward (27:20). Finally they move on to the rest of the transactions made today, including Gary Payton back to the Warriors, Luke Kennard to the Grizzlies, Jae Crowder to the Bucks, and so much more (33:58). *The ‘Ringer NBA' squad is coming to Salt Lake City for NBA All-Star Weekend! Get your tickets here!* Hosts: Chris Vernon and Kevin O'Connor Producer: Jessie Lopez Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Logan is joined by The Ringer's J. Kyle Mann to react to the most significant moves from this year's explosive NBA trade deadline. First, they open by breaking down the Phoenix Suns' trade for Kevin Durant and its seismic impact on the rest of the league (2:15). Next, the guys discuss why the Los Angeles Lakers' decision to move on from Russell Westbrook and add a handful of young pieces will improve their long-term chances of winning (19:18). Along the way, they talk about the Detroit Pistons taking a flier on James Wiseman (32:45). Finally, they close with a rapid-fire look at the rest of the trade deals around the league (46:36). Hosts: Logan Murdock Guest: J. Kyle Mann Associate Producer: Jonathan Kermah Production Assistant: Kai Grady The 'Ringer NBA' squad is coming to Salt Lake City for NBA All-Star Weekend! Get your tickets here! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Kyle and Seerat get together on the eve of the NBA trade deadline to talk about how mid-season trades can alter a franchise's championship trajectory. They begin their conversation by dissecting Seerat's birthday pickup game and the Kyrie Irving trade to the Mavericks. This leads to an examination of some organizations around the league who could be looking to add an extra piece this year to retain their dominance, particularly the Bucks, Nets, and Celtics (13:45). Next, they focus on the Memphis Grizzlies and debate if they should be adding another star to their roster while seeing comparisons to how the Bad Boy Pistons were built back in the day (32:43). Finally, they provide some trade advice for the Kings and Nuggets to uplift their rejuvenated brands (55:12). Hosts: J. Kyle Mann and Seerat Sohi Associate Producer: Chris Sutton Production Supervision: Ben Cruz and Conor Nevins *The Ringer NBA squad is coming to Salt Lake City for NBA All-Star Weekend! Get your tickets here!* Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Verno and KOC react to Kyrie Irving being dealt to the Mavs for Spencer Dinwiddie, Dorian Finney-Smith, and a handful of picks (01:17). They debate Kyrie's fit with Luka Doncic and if defense will matter when playing them before focusing on Dorian Finney-Smith's and Spencer Dinwiddie's fits with the Nets. Also, why aren't the Nets done dealing, and what do the Mavs do with Christian Wood? The guys discuss the other reported Kyrie deals involving the Suns and Lakers (31:56). Lastly, they discuss why the buzz on Bojan Bogdanovic has died down before Verno addresses the incident involving a member of Ja Morant's crew, and they debate what Kevin Durant's next move could be (49:31). *The Ringer NBA squad is coming to Salt Lake City for NBA All-Star Weekend! Get your tickets here!* Hosts: Chris Vernon and Kevin O'Connor Producer: Jessie Lopez Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Logan and Raja share their reactions to the Dallas Mavericks' trade for Kyrie Irving, how he fits alongside Luka Doncic, and whether or not they made the right move long term (2:00). Along the way, they talk about the Kevin Durant trade rumors heating up ahead of Thursday's trade deadline (15:00). Later, the guys discuss the reported postgame altercation between a friend of Ja Morant's and members of the Indiana Pacers (37:00). Hosts: Logan Murdock and Raja Bell Associate Producer: Jonathan Kermah Production Assistant: Kai Grady The Ringer NBA squad is coming to Salt Lake City for NBA All-Star Weekend! Get your tickets here! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Wos is back with breaking news! He and Kevin O'Connor of The Ringer sit down to discuss their initial thoughts upon hearing that Kyrie Irving is requesting a trade from the Brooklyn Nets ahead of the deadline. Later on in the show, Wos talks with Mo Dakhil of ‘Bleacher Report' and ‘The Athletic' to discuss other potential trade deadline deals including the Denver Nuggets, Golden State Warriors, Milwaukee Bucks, and more! Host: Wosny Lambre Guests: Kevin O'Connor and Mo Dakhil Producers: Jade Whaley and Ben Cruz The Ringer NBA squad is coming to Salt Lake City for NBA All-Star Weekend! Get your tickets here! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
With Thursday's announcement of the NBA All-Star reserves, Verno and KOC discuss the players selected as well as all the snubs. They start in the East and debate whether Bam Adebayo's selection was the right choice, if Trae Young or James Harden should've been selected over DeMar DeRozan or Jrue Holiday, and talk about the joy for first-time All-Star Tyrese Haliburton (03:30). Over in the West, the guys discuss Damian Lillard's selection, question why Paul George was chosen over De'Aaron Fox or Ant Edwards, and more (21:18). With the NBA's trade deadline a week away, the guys debate whether this trade season will be an active one (47:06). Hosts: Chris Vernon and Kevin O'Connor Producer: Jessie Lopez *The Ringer NBA squad is coming to Salt Lake City for NBA All-Star Weekend! Get your tickets here!* Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Logan and Raja touch on last week's marquee matchup between Nikola Jokic and Joel Embiid before discussing how big men in the NBA have evolved over the years (2:03). Later, they talk about what the future looks like for the league's most dominant bigs (35:00). Finally, the guys close out with their Real Ones of the Week (47:00). Hosts: Logan Murdock and Raja Bell Associate Producer: Jonathan Kermah Production Assistant: Kai Grady The 'Ringer NBA' squad is coming to Salt Lake City for NBA All-Star Weekend! Get your tickets here! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Kyle and Seerat get together to celebrate LeBron James's legacy on the cusp of him overtaking Kareem Abdul-Jabbar as the NBA's all-time scoring leader. They talk about when they first became aware of LeBron, and discuss how he was able to navigate extreme fan-base expectations and media scrutiny to get to this historic point (4:45). They then dig into many of the key chapters and moments of his career, and the personal adjustments he made to stay healthy for so long (18:30). They end the pod by assessing his current state with the Lakers and speculating on his future (59:33). Hosts: J. Kyle Mann and Seerat Sohi Associate Producer: Chris Sutton Production Supervision: Benjamin Cruz and Conor Nevins *The Ringer NBA squad is coming to Salt Lake City for NBA All-Star Weekend! Get your tickets here!* Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Verno and KOC begin the show discussing the fun game between the Kings and Timberwolves (01:15). They discuss how much fun a potential playoff match would be between the two teams and debate if the T-wolves' better play as of late will continue once Karl-Anthony Towns returns. The Magic are showing glimpses of becoming something special, and Bennedict Mathurin is making his case for Rookie of the Year as well as Sixth Man of the Year (11:40). Also, the guys look back at some of the story lines that happened over the weekend, including the missed foul call on LeBron James (27:35), Jaren Jackson Jr.'s Reddit controversy (41:55), Joel Embiid vs. Nikola Jokic (51:44), and Giannis Antetokounmpo scoring 50 points in 30 minutes (56:53). They wrap up the episode with the latest trade rumors (01:03:00). Hosts: Chris Vernon and Kevin O'Connor Producer: Jessie Lopez *The Ringer NBA squad is coming to Salt Lake City for NBA All-Star Weekend! Get your tickets here!* Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Logan and Raja open the episode with a discussion of the impact of the referee's missed called at the end of regulation of Lakers-Celtics (02:00). Later, Logan is joined by The Athletic's Marcus Thompson to discuss the Golden State Warriors, the underrated value of Bob Myers, his impending contract talks, and the ripple effect that his leaving would create (33:00). Then, Logan asks Marcus whether a handful of Warriors are staying or leaving. Host: Logan Murdock and Raja Bell Guest: Marcus Thompson Associate Producer: Jonathan Kermah Production Assistant: Kai Grady *The Ringer NBA squad is coming to Salt Lake City for NBA All-Star Weekend! Get your tickets here!* Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Wos sits down with comedian and podcaster Adam Friedland to discuss the Los Angeles Lakers and their past and current dynamics, focusing on Kobe, LeBron, and AD. Later in the show, the two discuss the similarities between soccer and basketball, then touch on Adam's career as a comedian and podcaster. Host: Wosny Lambre Guest: Adam Friedland Producer: Ben Cruz and Jade Whaley *The Ringer NBA squad is coming to Salt Lake City for NBA All-Star Weekend! Get your tickets here!* Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Russillo shares his NBA thoughts in Tales from the Couch, including: Trail Blazers-Nuggets, Clippers-Heat, and Rockets-Spurs (1:15). Then Ryen talks with Joel Klatt about the College Football Playoff, Michigan's improvement from last season, how Ohio State matches up with Georgia, the Pac-12 raising its profile this season, playoff expansion disagreements, and Deion Sanders's impact on Colorado football (19:25). Finally, Ryen and Kyle give out their favorite bets for NFL Week 14 (1:02:09), before answering some listener-submitted Life Advice questions (1:04:12). Host: Ryen Russillo Guest: Joel Klatt Producer: Kyle Crichton The Ryen Russillo Podcast will be LIVE in Salt Lake City, Utah, for NBA All-Star Weekend on Saturday, February 18th at 2 p.m. MT at Wise Guys Comedy Club at the Gateway! Get tickets at wiseguyscomedy.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices