the NBA Draft is TOMORROW! So... we've got the first & only NBA Straya MOCK DRAFT for you! yep... Dyson Daniels, Jabari 'Rashard Lewis 2.0' Smith, Chet 'Poku 2.0' Holmgren, Paolo 'Stretched out Pat Mahomes' Banchero... where SHOULD all these blokes go in the 1st AND WHY, all broken down, pick by pick! Also... Detroit traded Jerami Grant to Portland... and we've got 5 Other Interesting Trades We Wanna See! RIGHT! We've also got HEAPS of the LATEST NBA rumblings to get through: Kyrie, James Harden, Malcolm Brogdon, Portland wanting to trade #7... John Collins THAT's A TALL COCKTAIL & Dejounte Murray trade rumours, Charlotte meeting with Mike D'Antoni again for the now-re-vacanted coaching job and HEAPS MORE. PLUS! The 5 Trades I Wanna See... the entire 1st Round of the NBA Draft mocked... 1-30 and why... PLUS some YEAH NAHs AND King Jimmy's BEST DRAFT BETS! Noice. AND we finish off with a new DELLY REVIEW of KENOBI! Awesome. Enjoy!
The late 90's and early 2000's were an interesting time in Seattle. Just a few years removed from the 1996 Finals run, the Sonics underwent abrupt and significant changes. The 1999/2000 team was centered around Gary Payton – who had the best year of his career averaging 24ppg, 9apg, and 7rpg – and the supporting cast featured Vin Baker, Horace Grant, Rashard Lewis and this episode's guest, Jelani McCoy. Jelani recalls his best GP stories, his big bro Vin Baker, battling Utah in the playoffs, discusses what led to the eventual death of the Sonics and much more. Follow Forgotten Seasons (@forgottenseasonsnba) and Showtime Basketball (@shobasketball) for more. If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (IL/IN/MI/NJ/PA/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXT STEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (CO/NH), 888-789-7777/visit http://ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), 1-877-770-STOP (7867) (LA), 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), visit OPGR.org (OR), call/text TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN), or 1-888-532-3500 (VA). 21+ (18+ WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/LA/MI/ /NJ/NY/ PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. Min. $5 deposit required. Eligibility restrictions apply. See http://draftkings.com/sportsbook for details.
SWEET LEW in the building! We just had to welcome this elite hooper and our longtime friend, Rashard Lewis, to the Knuckleheads podcast. As a member of the elite straight-to-the-league club, he went from Houston high school star to Seattle NBA rookie overnight. He's one of the first stretch forwards in the game and an ice-cold three-point shooter to top it off. Sixteen seasons, 1,787 three pointers, two All-Star selections and a championship ring later … Rashard Lewis is here with the Knuckleheads to unpack his unique basketball journey. Tune in! Houston hoops, Nike camp and going straight to the league [2:21] NBA draft, Gary Payton and Ray Allen [13:15] Signing with Orlando and playing the stretch forward [43:50] Playing with Dwight Howard and Vince Carter [52:00] Signing with Miami and winning a championship [1:02:50] Playing in the BIG3, the Rashard Lewis Academy and the Kentucky Derby [1:14:18] About Our Hosts: NBA veterans Quentin Richardson and Darius Miles are lifelong friends and bona fide truth-tellers. Listen as they invite special guests, high-profile athletes, musicians and entertainers to get brutally honest about everything from current events to untold stories from the golden era of sports and culture. Named for the on-court celebration they made wildly popular, this unfiltered, hilarious and surprising podcast is like playing NBA 2K with no fouls. Other places to find Knuckleheads: Subscribe on Youtube Follow on Instagram Follow on Facebook See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The great JJ Redick comes through to Forgotten Seasons this week to relive the legendary 2009 Magic season. The nucleus of this team was 23-year-old DPOY Dwight Howard, and surrounding the big fella was Rashard Lewis, Hedo Turkoglu, JJ, and Rafer Alston. This group was ahead of their time; they were the second team ever to hit 10 or more threes a game. Much of that came from Stan Van Gundy's analytics-first philosophy. JJ tells stories about each of his teammates, proclaims that the 2009 Finals was the highlight of his career, relives each of Eastern Conference playoff series against Philly, Boston, LeBron's Cavs, and a lot more. Rate and review the podcast and follow Forgotten Seasons (@forgottenseasonsnba) and Showtime Basketball (@shobasketball). Thanks for tapping in this week y'all!
Starting in 1995 we entered the Prep to Pro era of the NBA where players from high school were going directly in to the NBA. After 2005 the NBA changed the rules and players needed to be 1 year removed from high school. Journey back down memory lane as we look back and rank the 10 best players to go from high school to the NBA. 10. Lou Williams, South Gwinnett HS (GA) 9. Rashard Lewis, Alief Elsik HS (TX) 8. Tyson Chandler, Compton Dominguez HS (CA) 7. Jermaine O'Neal, Eau Claire HS (SC) 6. Amar'e Stoudemire, Cypress Creek HS (FL) 5. Dwight Howard, Southwest Atlanta Christian Academy (GA) 4. Tracy McGrady, Mt. Zion Christian Academy (NC) 3. Kevin Garnett, Farragut Career Academy (IL) 2. Kobe Bryant, Lower Merion HS (PA) 1. LeBron James, St. Vincent-St. Mary HS (OH) To Follow the Brothers: Twitter: @Viseland To Follow Jason Visenberg @JVisenberg Twitter/Instagram/Facebook To Follow Michael Visenberg: @NBADraftMikeyV Twitter @miclvisenberg Instagram --- 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/viseland/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/viseland/support
Russell Westbrook is on the move for the second time since his MVP season. Only one other NBA MVP has ever been traded twice after winning MVP (Moses Malone) and none have ever been traded for as interesting of a return (John Wall and a mediocre first-round pick). Gabe and Alex get into historical comparisons to the Westbrook-Wall trade, the current state of the Houston Rockets and other depressing trades in NBA history. Gilbert Arenas-for-Rashard Lewis is obviously mentioned, as is the Iverson-Billups deal and Chris Paul's weird trade value.
We examine some of the best non-first round picks in NBA history on the latest episode of the Over and Back Classic NBA Podcast, hosted by Jason Mann and Rich Kraetsch.Combing through each decade of draft classes, we discuss Maurice Cheeks in 1978, Danny Ainge in 1981, Jeff Hornacek, Mark Price and Dennis Rodman in 1986, Toni Kukoc in 1990, Stephen Jackson in 1997, Rashard Lewis in 1998, Manu Ginobili in 1999, Paul Millsap in 2006, Marc Gasol in 2007, Goran Dragic and DeAndre Jordan in 2008, Hassan Whiteside in 2010, Isaiah Thomas in 2011, and Draymond Green in 2012.Original airdate: 6/22/17
Jonathan joins us to explain how SVG's tenure in Orlando will translate to New Orleans, how he contributed to JJ Redick's NBA ascension, the "Stan can't relate to young players narrative," and more. Tune in!
Greg Hendricks is a former professional basketball athlete having played overseas in six different Countries, as well as coached in the NBA as a volunteer assistant with the Seattle Supersonics. Greg Hendricks was a great basketball player. He competed at the NCAA Division I level, played professionally for nearly a decade and was the second-leading scorer in Brazil while sharing the floor with several current NBA players.He presided as Head Coach of a High School Basketball team in Washington State. Hendricks was a volunteer assistant, working out with players like Ray Allen, Rashard Lewis and Luke Ridnour. Greg was President and Director of a non-profit based out of Nigeria Africa called the Ejike Ugboaja Foundation. Greg was a member of the Advisory Board of The Olivia Hudson Foundation. For five years Greg was living out of state in Washington and going to Africa every summer to run basketball camps, and helping kids come to America to get Christian educations and go to college. He has participated in many charity events including speaking engagements in the U.S. and abroad. Organizations and engagements such as the Hope Leadership foundation, sports camps / prisons in the Philippines, Rock Church events, and Chapels for WNBA & NBA franchises. www.sdrock.com
L'épisode du jour parle d'une rencontre des NBA Playoffs 2005 entre les Kings de Sacramento contre les Sonics de Seattle au 1er tour. Damase, Samuel et Vladimir reviennent sur cette série où les Ray Allen, Jerome James et Rashard Lewis ont brillé notamment face aux Peja Stojakovic, Mike Bibby et Cuttino Mobley. Si vous voulez du QI Basket, écoutez le podcast sur cette série, vous ne l'écouterez nulle part ailleurs ! Podcast produit par Sports Content.
‘Magical Movies’ features a Hedo Turkoglu (24 points) bank shot winner that topped off a 9-0 run in the final two minutes of a 109-108 win for the Orlando Magic on the road in Rose Garden Arena over the Portland Trail Blazers on December 9, 2008. It’s a contest that Brandon Roy (30 points) and LaMarcus Aldridge (25 points) should have won for the home side. Rashard Lewis (27 points), Jameer Nelson (21 points), and of course the Turkish Michael Jordan all hit key shots in a fantastic contest. Full Game (Portland’s Comcast SportsNet broadcast): https://youtu.be/hGjoCVGyTgs (Please, NBA, don’t take these down. We don’t own them, let your fans watch some great basketball) The box score: https://www.basketball-reference.com/boxscores/200812090POR.html The game audio highlights (1:21) and game summary (3:28) are followed by the handing out of awards. The categories: • The Jack ‘Sweater Vest Guy’ Nelson Fashion award (15:23) • Most Magical Momentum Move (18:26) • The Brian Hill Clipboard Smashing Play of the Game (19:57) • The Richie Adubato Best Broadcast Moment (21:16) • The Brian Cook Heat Check award (24:36) • The Olumide Oyedeji ‘That Guy’ award (25:27) • The Johnny Davis Coaching Botch award (27:27) • The Stan Van Gundy Best Coaching Decision award (29:21) • Best ‘Huh, I Forgot About That’ Moment (31:46) • Best Musical Performance (36:45) • The Tree Rollins Oldie, But a Goodie award (37:10) • The Dominique Wilkins Oldie, NOT a Goodie award (38:05) • Most Magical Shot (40:00) • Is Anyone at their Peak Here? (41:12) • Which Player Comes Out of this Game Looking the Best? (44:21) If you want to rename a ‘Magical Movie’ award, or suggest a new award, please let us know. Positive ratings or reviews are always welcome. We’re here to entertain you. #LetsGoMagic #MagicAboveAll Warning: Adult Language Songs: Blinding Lights - The Weeknd WIN – Jay Rock
In this episode of UNRIVALED's Beyond The Scoreboard, we visit with the Orlando Magic to hear more about their partnership with Anheuser-Busch and Drizly for an innovative virtual happy hour featuring Magic legend Rashard Lewis.This multi-partner event will give Magic fans the opportunity to receive discounted Anheuser-Busch products delivered to their home in time for the virtual experience with Rashard.
Throughout the month of May relive the 2009 Eastern Conference Finals between the Orlando Magic and the Cleveland Cavaliers. The Magic squeaked by the Cavs 107-106, thanks to a Rashard Lewis triple.
Grant and DC come out in the first hour of The Grant Napear Show speaking about some of the latest sports stories when it relates to the Sports actually being played again. Also longtime voice of the Orlando Magic David Steele joins the show and relives some memories of the Shaq and Penny era vs the Dwight Howard and Rashard Lewis era.
The first episode of a week breaking down the best season in Heat franchise history! A title, a 27-game win streak, "The Shot" and so much more! I start off at the beginning, a look at what had happened during the previous strike-shortened season and how Miami bolstered their bench by adding Ray Allen and Rashard Lewis. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Wizards made two trades at the deadline, and the WashingtonWizards.com crew discusses the team’s moves. The episode includes comments from general manager Tommy Sheppard. Then, two-time All-Star and former Wizards forward Rashard Lewis joins the show. The Off The Bench podcast is sponsored by the Alibaba Group.
Former NBA player Rashard Lewis and former collegiate athlete Brandon Johnson stopped by the Madd Hatta Morning Show to talk about their sports careers. Rashard Lewis explains playing in the Big3, how he felt about Houston passing him up in the draft, & more. Brandon Johnson elaborates on his point-shaving scandal, how the FBI showed up at his door, & more.
In this episode, Quinton recaps a nail-biting, home-opening loss for the Wizards against the Houston Rockets ... and he's not happy.Topics Include:- The referees should be absolutely ashamed of themselves! - Washington has already obliterated expectations - Beal, Rui, Thomas Bryant and IT are amongst the best in the LEAGUE+ Much more!Today in NBA History: 2-time All-Star Dennis Rodman made his NBA debut for the Detroit Pistons in a 120-104 loss to the Milwaukee Bucks.15-time All-Star Tim Duncan made his NBA debut for the San Antonio Spurs in a 107-96 win over the Denver Nuggets.Rashard Lewis of the Seattle SuperSonics scored 50 points in a 124-105 win over the Los Angeles Clippers.Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors scored 53 points in a 134-120 win over the New Orleans Pelicans. Follow Quinton on Twitter/Instagram (@RealQuintonMayo) --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mayoplease/support
Socrates Podcasts ve Bant Mag işbirliğiyle yayınlanan Parke Gıcırtısı’nın ikinci bölümünde Cem Kayıran, Cem Pekdoğru ve konukları Arda Tümer, NBA yolculuğuna ikinci tur veya daha aşağısından start veren yıldızları hatırladı. (00:25) Draymond Green’den sıra dışı bir açılış (04:45) Bill Laimbeer’dan Mark Eaton’a, Danny Ainge’den Mo Cheeks’e yetmişli ve seksenli yıllarda radarın dışında kalmış savunma repütasyonlu oyuncular (10:45) Basketbolcu kartları, Michael J. Fox ve doksanların underrated guardlarından Mark Price’a gecikmiş bir saygı duruşu (17:15) Uluslararası scouting açısından ilkel yıllarda gözden kaçan Sarunas Marciulionis, Drazen Petrovic, Toni Kukoc gibi Avrupalı oyuncular (19:00) Manu Ginobili, Mehmet Okur, Marc Gasol, Nikola Jokic gibi örnekler üzerinden, ikinci tura düşmeye devam eden uluslararası yıldızlar (21:30) Duke mezunu olup ikinci tura düşmeyi başaran Carlos Boozer ve 43. sıra seçiminden “franchise player” statüsüne fazla hızlı bir biçimde yükselen Michael Redd (28:40) Khris Middleton ve Malcolm Brogdon’dan yola çıkarak Milwaukee Bucks’ın yakın tarihine bir bakış (32:00) Marc Gasol, Paul Millsap ve 60. sıra seçimi Isaiah Thomas gibi potansiyelini draft gününde öngörmesi zor oyuncular (38:10) Ben Wallace’tan John Starks’a, Brad Miller’dan Bruce Bowen’a “undrafted” yıldızlar (39:00) Krediler akarken adını anmadan geçemediğimiz Gilbert Arenas, Goran Dragic, Patrick Beverley, Monta Ellis, DeAndre Jordan, Danny Green, Rashard Lewis, Lou Williams…
Socrates Podcasts ve Bant Mag işbirliğiyle yayınlanan Parke Gıcırtısı'nın ikinci bölümünde Cem Kayıran, Cem Pekdoğru ve konukları Arda Tümer, NBA yolculuğuna ikinci tur veya daha aşağısından start veren yıldızları hatırladı. (00:25) Draymond Green'den sıra dışı bir açılış (04:45) Bill Laimbeer'dan Mark Eaton'a, Danny Ainge'den Mo Cheeks'e yetmişli ve seksenli yıllarda radarın dışında kalmış savunma repütasyonlu oyuncular (10:45) Basketbolcu kartları, Michael J. Fox ve doksanların underrated guardlarından Mark Price'a gecikmiş bir saygı duruşu (17:15) Uluslararası scouting açısından ilkel yıllarda gözden kaçan Sarunas Marciulionis, Drazen Petrovic, Toni Kukoc gibi Avrupalı oyuncular (19:00) Manu Ginobili, Mehmet Okur, Marc Gasol, Nikola Jokic gibi örnekler üzerinden, ikinci tura düşmeye devam eden uluslararası yıldızlar (21:30) Duke mezunu olup ikinci tura düşmeyi başaran Carlos Boozer ve 43. sıra seçiminden “franchise player” statüsüne fazla hızlı bir biçimde yükselen Michael Redd (28:40) Khris Middleton ve Malcolm Brogdon'dan yola çıkarak Milwaukee Bucks'ın yakın tarihine bir bakış (32:00) Marc Gasol, Paul Millsap ve 60. sıra seçimi Isaiah Thomas gibi potansiyelini draft gününde öngörmesi zor oyuncular (38:10) Ben Wallace'tan John Starks'a, Brad Miller'dan Bruce Bowen'a “undrafted” yıldızlar (39:00) Krediler akarken adını anmadan geçemediğimiz Gilbert Arenas, Goran Dragic, Patrick Beverley, Monta Ellis, DeAndre Jordan, Danny Green, Rashard Lewis, Lou Williams…
In this episode of the often paused #BallisBae Podcast, we discuss the Woj bomb i.e. Anthony Davis' trade request, the options for Lakers, and a special interview with THE RASHARD LEWIS. If you miss this episode, this episode will not miss you back....
In this episode of the often paused #BallisBae Podcast, we discuss the Woj bomb i.e. Anthony Davis' trade request, the options for Lakers, and a special interview with THE RASHARD LEWIS. If you miss this episode, this episode will not miss you back. We getting fancy now. Follow us on Twitter @BallisBaePod, on Instagram @nba_BallisBae and Facebook at whatever. Your hosts are on twitter @Njan_Ashwin and @VineetDevaiah
Each week throughout the season, we'll remember a memorable moment in Orlando Magic history. Today, it's Rashard Lewis. "Sweet Lew," as he was affectionately known, was one of the greatest three-point shooters the game has seen and one of the most clutch players in Magic history. Lewis etched his place in Magic lore in Orlando's run to the 2009 NBA Finals, hitting a pair of game-winning three-pointers (Game 1 and Game 4) against LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers. Lewis' daggers helped the Magic dispatch the Cavaliers in six games and earn a trip to the franchise's second NBA Finals
Today, the Orlando Magic Pod Squad welcomes former Magic great Hedo Turkoglu to the studio. Orlando welcomed Hedo back to thank him for his 8 seasons in Blue & White as part of the franchise’s year-long 30th Anniversary season celebration. Turkoglu joins our cast of characters for an unscripted conversation about everything including his celebrity status at Lake Highland Prep, his thoughts when Rashard Lewis joined the team, sacrificing for the good of the squad, how Steve Clifford impacts this team, and JJ Redick’s time in a Magic uniform. 5:00 – Grant Hill/Hedo Turkoglu Celebrity status at Lake Highland Prep 5:50 – 10 Best Magic Players All-Time 9:00 – Rashard Lewis joins the Magic 11:30 – the 1995 NBA Finals Team 17:00 – On sacrificing for the good of the team 21:00 – The art of inbounds passes 25:00 – Playoff game in Philly and how Rafar Alston fit so well 27:30 – Steve Clifford 31:00 – Winning at the end of a game 34:30 – Leadership on teams 43:00 – What Turk missed most about the NBA 47:00 – What did Hedo say? Segment 49:45 – JJ Redick
The 2008-2009 season was one to remember in Central Florida. After capturing their second consecutive division title, the Orlando Magic took the #3 seed into the Eastern Conference playoffs. With the Magic on the ropes in Game 4, Hedo Turkoglu delivered a shot that helped catapult the Magic past the 76ers to face the Boston Celtics. Turk again had a big series, including 25 points and 12 rebounds as Orlando downed the Celtics on the road in Game 7 to face the Cavaliers in the semifinals. Hitting two of the biggest shots in team history, Rashard Lewis helped the Magic topple the Cavs in six games to reach the franchise's second NBA Finals.
The Dan's construct the best teams they can out of players they hate, check tape on the Dirk Nowitzki and Steve Nash Dallas Mavericks vs the Rashard Lewis and Ray Allen Seattle Supersonics, check in on our NBA League Pass Hell teams the Minnesota Timberwolves and Phoenix Suns and wrap with a bunch of BS including NBA ATTITUDE featuring the James Harden incident and JR Smith taking a stand against soup, the Arizona Deandre Ayton debacle, the rise of new Los Angeles Clippers superstar Boban Marjanovich, NHL in Seattle, Jon Jones roid problem, Stan Van Gundy ethering the one and done rule, and some some New York Mets nonsense.
On this jam-packed episode of Magic Drive Time, Dante talks to President of Basketball Operations Jeff Weltman about the trade deadline transactions and is also joined by former Magic forward Rashard Lewis with a few days to go until the NBA All-Star break.
The playoffs are upon us! The Big 3 heads to Seattle for Week 1 of the playoffs, a nice homecoming for basketball in the Emerald City as well as all-stars and former Supersonics Gary Payton and Rashard Lewis. We cover all 4 games, plus get you revved up for the final next week in Las Vegas. You can also subscribe on iTunes: bit.ly/big3onfirepod
In this special edition, Chad and Zach break down the blockbuster trades that the Magic pulled off sending Gilbert Arenas, Rashard Lewis, and Vince Carter in new directions. Zach gives some insight into who is the highest player in the League. Make sure to check out our website at www.2uglyguystalkbasketball.com!