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Best podcasts about rob g

Latest podcast episodes about rob g

Fox Sports Radio Weekends
Straight Fire w/ Jason McIntyre - Patrick Mahomes vs. Lamar Jackson Still Isn't a Rivalry, Dolphins Need to Call About Deshaun Watson & Derek Carr the Darkhorse MVP Candidate

Fox Sports Radio Weekends

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 40:08


On today's episode, Jason and Producer Rob G kicks things off with by sharing their thoughts on the thrilling showdown between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday Night. Lamar Jackson put up an all-time great performance, and he closed the game by converting one of the ballsiest 4th-and-1 calls you'll ever see. Even still, it's hard not come away from the game even more impressed by Patrick Mahomes. In a loss, Mahomes reminded the rest of the football world that it's probably going to take an otherworldly performance from his counterpart just to compete with him on an 'average' night. Mahomes vs. Jackson isn't a rivalry, it never has been. Later, the guys explain why the latest injury to Miami Dolphins franchise quarterback Tua Tagovailoa is just another sign that Miami needs to try and swing a trade for Deshaun Watson. If Miami thinks they have any legitimate shot of making a run in the AFC then they're going to need a quarterback who can compete with guys like Mahomes and Jackson. Plus, Rob G takes a verbal victory lap as his beloved Las Vegas Raiders improved to 2-0 on the young season. Say what you want about the Raiders season-long outlook, but right now, Derek Carr has the look of a darkhorse MVP candidate. Finally, Jason closes the show by admitting that his preseason pick of the Jacksonville Jaguars to win the AFC South may have been a little premature. The Jags are terrible offensively, and Trevor Lawrence looks exactly how you'd expect a rookie quarterback on a bad roster to look. 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

Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre
Patrick Mahomes vs. Lamar Jackson Still Isn't a Rivalry, Dolphins Need to Call About Deshaun Watson & Derek Carr the Darkhorse MVP Candidate

Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 40:08


On today's episode, Jason and Producer Rob G kicks things off with by sharing their thoughts on the thrilling showdown between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday Night. Lamar Jackson put up an all-time great performance, and he closed the game by converting one of the ballsiest 4th-and-1 calls you'll ever see. Even still, it's hard not come away from the game even more impressed by Patrick Mahomes. In a loss, Mahomes reminded the rest of the football world that it's probably going to take an otherworldly performance from his counterpart just to compete with him on an 'average' night. Mahomes vs. Jackson isn't a rivalry, it never has been. Later, the guys explain why the latest injury to Miami Dolphins franchise quarterback Tua Tagovailoa is just another sign that Miami needs to try and swing a trade for Deshaun Watson. If Miami thinks they have any legitimate shot of making a run in the AFC then they're going to need a quarterback who can compete with guys like Mahomes and Jackson. Plus, Rob G takes a verbal victory lap as his beloved Las Vegas Raiders improved to 2-0 on the young season. Say what you want about the Raiders season-long outlook, but right now, Derek Carr has the look of a darkhorse MVP candidate. Finally, Jason closes the show by admitting that his preseason pick of the Jacksonville Jaguars to win the AFC South may have been a little premature. The Jags are terrible offensively, and Trevor Lawrence looks exactly how you'd expect a rookie quarterback on a bad roster to look. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Heroes World Podcast
HWP #91 - Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings Review & Discussion

Heroes World Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 103:32


Our review of Marvel's latest movie and our first phase 4 movieShang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings!!Stew our host with guests Jon Ho, Rob G and Erk Ko from Udon Entertainment.

Sudden Death with Jose V
Straight Bet Sports w/ Jose V. & Rob G. - NFL Fantasy, NFL Season Betting Odds, Boxing - Episode 72

Sudden Death with Jose V

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2021 65:55


Straight Bet Sports w/ Jose V. And Rob G. Live on The Guerilla Cross Radio Network Streaming live on the Guerilla Cross app, GuerillaCross.com, the Guerilla Cross YouTube page, Twitter page and Facebook page as well by clicking any of the links below: https://youtube.com/c/GuerillaCross https://www.facebook.com/guerillacross/ https://twitter.com/guerillacross?s= Tonight Rob G and myself will be talking NFL Fantasy Football. We both have a league we run. My draft was last night and Rob's is next weekend. We'll break down the field. Who we like and who we already took on our teams. Any sleepers out there? Tune in to find out. We have all the NFL future odds from division winners to Super bowl champs, mvp, win totals and more! Rob and I will be going thru all the odds and see what sticks out the most to us. So if you're a bettor and you want to know the odds and haven't done so yet, then make sure that you tune in folks! Manny Pacquiao lost badly this past weekend, is it time for the future President to retire from the sport of boxing? All that and more from the world of sports. Thank you to our show sponsors, Joshua Lafond With Simply Vegas Real Estate Call or text Joshua Lafond today, 702-813-0533! And our Personal Barber

Sudden Death with Jose V
Straight Bet Sports w/ Jose V. & Rob G. Joined in studio by Erik Navarro & Brian Aleman - Episode 70

Sudden Death with Jose V

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2021 63:20


Straight Bet Sports w/ Jose V. And Rob G. Live on The Guerilla Cross Radio Network Streaming live on the Guerilla Cross app, GuerillaCross.com, the Guerilla Cross YouTube page, Twitter page and Facebook page as well by clicking any of the links below: https://youtube.com/c/GuerillaCross https://www.facebook.com/guerillacross/ https://twitter.com/guerillacross?s= Tonight we are Joined in studio by Erik Navarro of Line'Em Up By Erik, our Personal Barber

Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre
NBA Summer League Overreactions, The 'Best Version of Yourself' Debate & Josh Allen's Big Pay Day

Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2021 50:57


On today's episode, Jason and Producer Rob G share their thoughts on the first week of NBA Summer League action. Neither Cade Cunningham nor Evan Mobley played particularly well in their debuts, while the #1 player on Jason's Big Board - Jalen Green - was fantastic. Is this a sign of things to come for the top 3 picks in the NBA Draft? Or, is this just another case of fans overreacting to NBA Summer League action? Only time will tell. Later, the guys re-litigate their 'Best Version of Yourself' debate from last week using Team USA Basketball as a backdrop. Kevin Durant powered Team USA to the gold medal, but the real story of the tournament was the play of guys like Jrue Holiday and Devin Booker. Neither one put up the kind of numbers we normally see from them in the NBA, but both were instrumental in Team USA's overall success. That said, just because they won the gold, would you argue that we saw the best versions of Holiday and Booker during Olympic play? The debate rages on. Finally, Jason and Rob G close the show with a lengthy discussion on Josh Allen's massive contract extension. Did the Buffalo Bills jump the gun on this one? And more importantly, did guys like Tom Brady and Patrick Mahomes actually hurt Allen during his contract negotiation? Their answers may surprise you. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Sudden Death with Jose V
Straight Bet Sports w/Jose V. & Rob G. Live on Guerilla Cross Radio - Boys Night Out - Episode 69

Sudden Death with Jose V

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2021 61:30


Straight Bet Sports w/ Jose V. And Rob G. Live on The Guerilla Cross Radio Network Streaming live on the Guerilla Cross app, GuerillaCross.com, the Guerilla Cross YouTube page, Twitter page and Facebook page as well by clicking any of the links below: https://youtube.com/c/GuerillaCross https://www.facebook.com/guerillacross/ https://twitter.com/guerillacross?s= Rob was at the CONCACAF Gold Cup Final between Mexico

Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre
LeBron's Message to the Haters & Philly's Pursuit of Damian Lillard

Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2021 38:52


On today's episode, Jason and Producer Rob G kick things off with a few thoughts on LeBron James' since-deleted tweet taking aim at the members of the media who have been critical of the current Los Angeles Lakers roster. The King accomplished two things with his tweet: 1) He stirred the pot in such a way that it's bound to keep the NBA in the news for at least another couple of days, and 2) He addressed the 'old roster' narrative that could be the biggest reason why he's back in the MVP race next season. In any event, the guys agree that the Lakers should be very good next season and would be shocked if they're not back in the NBA Finals. Later, the Jason and Rob G get into a little debate about whether or not LeBron James actually makes his superstar teammates better. Does the fact that LeBron helped Chris Bosh and Kevin Love win championships prove that he does? Or, does the fact that both Bosh and Love had to turn themselves into glorified role players to win prove that he doesn't? It's a fascinating discussion. Finally, the guys close the show with a quick note on the Philadelphia 76ers' decision to add Damian Lillard's longtime trainer to their coaching staff. Would Dame and Joel Embiid instantly vault Philly to the top of the Eastern Conference? Either way, let's just celebrate that Tampering Szn is officially upon us! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre
Russell Westbrook to the Lakers, NBA Draft Reaction & Damian Lillard's Passive Aggressive Trade Demand

Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2021 41:31


On today's episode, Jason and Producer Rob G kick things off with a deep dive into the Los Angeles Lakers blockbuster trade for Russell Westbrook. The Lakers traded away most of their depth (Kyle Kuzma, Kentavious Caldwell-Pope & Montrezl Harrell) for a one-man wrecking ball who may or may not be a fit next to LeBron James and Anthony Davis. For all the stat padding that Westbrook does during the regular season, his numbers fall off pretty consistently in the postseason. Maybe that's why guys like Kevin Durant, Paul George and James Harden decided they'd rather play somewhere else than alongside Brodie. Westbrook will absolutely help the Lakers win regular season games but his inability to shoot could doom them in the playoffs. Later, the guys share a quick thought on the rather underwhelming NBA Draft. Outside of Jalen Suggs slipping to the Orlando Magic at #5, everything pretty much went according to plan. Cade Cunningham, Jalen Green and Evan Mobley went 1-2-3, and a bunch of guys you probably never heard of got picked (and traded) as the night wore on. Finally, Jason and Rob G closed the show with a few notes on Damian Lillard's social media beef with True Hoop founder Henry Abbott. Lillard continues to deny that he's planning on a requesting a trade from the Portland Trail Blazers this summer... while simultaneously reminding us why he would request a trade if he decided to do so. This whole thing is bizarre and it just might be the most passive aggressive trade demand in NBA history. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Sudden Death with Jose V
UFC Fighter Justin Jaynes joins Straight Bet Sports w/ Jose V. & Rob G - Guerilla Cross - Episode 68

Sudden Death with Jose V

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2021 63:51


Straight Bet Sports w/ Jose V. And Rob G. Live on The Guerilla Cross Radio Network Streaming live on the Guerilla Cross app, GuerillaCross.com, the Guerilla Cross YouTube page, Twitter page and Facebook page as well by clicking any of the links below: https://youtube.com/c/GuerillaCross https://www.facebook.com/guerillacross/ https://twitter.com/guerillacross?s=21 Tonight, Rob G. And myself will be joined Live in Studio by UFC Lightweight/Featherweight fighter Justin Jaynes A little over a month ago he bet it all on himself, trust me, his story is amazing and you'll wanna tune in for this one! Marc Andre Fleury has been traded to the Chicago Blackhawks which has a lot of VGK fans upset. Was it a good move? Aaron Rodgers let it all out today, and let me tell you, it was the greatest press conference ever. The USA

Sudden Death with Jose V
Straight Bet Sports w/ Jose V. and Rob G. with Pro Boxer Ezequiel “La Bruquena“ Borrero - Episode 67

Sudden Death with Jose V

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2021 63:59


Straight Bet Sports w/ Jose V. And Rob G. Live on The Guerilla Cross Radio Network Streaming live on the Guerilla Cross app, GuerillaCross.com, the Guerilla Cross YouTube page, Twitter page and Facebook page as well by clicking any of the links below: https://youtube.com/c/GuerillaCross https://www.facebook.com/guerillacross/ https://twitter.com/guerillacross?s=21 Tonight, Rob G. And myself will be joined Live once again by Undefeated Pro Boxer (3-0) with 1 KO Ezequiel “La Bruquena” Borrero Nephew of the Great Boxing Legend, Tito Trinidad

Revolutions Per Minute - Radio from the New York City Democratic Socialists of America

“I'm gonna tell all you fascists, you may be surprised/ People all over this world are getting organized”Legendary folk singer Woody Guthrie wrote those words in 1944 and here in 2021 they ring truer than ever. The far-right is on the rise globally and socialists, communists, feminists, anarchists, and unionists are joining forces to fight back. Join Revolutions per Minute host Amy Wilson for an hour of antifascist story and song, featuring recordings from the DSA National Antifascist Working Group introductory call on July 11. We'll hear from DSA members from Long Island, Chicago, Kansas City, Houston, and Portland on what they've done to build antifascist response in their community and the lessons they've learned. We also hear classic antifascist folk songs recorded specially for Revolutions per Minute. To learn more about the DSA National Antifascist Working Group, please visit https://www.dsausa.org/working-groups/anti-fascist-working-group/ or follow @DSAAntifascist on Twitter.Special credits for this episode go to Rob G for audio production, SAREEN for audio composition, and Dan Wyman of Sing in Solidarity, NYC-DSA's music working group, for musical performance. We send our thanks as well to comrades who participated in this episode who would prefer to stay anonymous, and all those organizing to oppose the rise of fascism where they are.

Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre
Stop Hating on Space Jam, Damian Lillard's Future in Portland & the Suns' CP3 Problem

Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2021 43:14


On today's episode, Jason and Producer Rob G kick things off with a quick defense of LeBron James' new movie - 'Space Jam: A New Legacy'. Is it a great movie? No, but it wasn't supposed to be. Is it surprising that the critics mostly hated it? No, but it wasn't made for them. The target demographic seems to love it, and that's all that matters in situations like this. Later, the guys share their thoughts on Damian Lillard's future following Henry Abbott's report on Friday that Dame would be requesting a trade in the coming days. Lillard tried to shoot down the report the best he could... only to go ahead and explain all the reasons why he would request a trade if he decided to. You can't blame Lillard for wanting out, and you can't hold his past comments about loyalty against him. Only a fool would keep the same opinion without bothering to consider new information. With Draymond Green and Steve Kerr heading over to Tokyo with Lillard and the rest of Team USA in the coming days, don't be surprised to see Dame connected to the Golden State Warriors when they all return. Finally, Jason and Rob G close the show with a full breakdown of the NBA Finals. The last 3 Phoenix Suns losses have been an indictment of Chris Paul. Period. Devin Booker has been sensational for most of the series, but with CP3 looking more and more like a 36-year-old point guard, it's hard to imagine Phoenix coming back in this one. What's more, Giannis Antetokounmpo, Khris Middleton and Jrue Holiday are all peaking at the right time for the Milwaukee Bucks. This series just feels over. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Lagrange Point
Episode 440 - Turning off plants with a switch of a light

Lagrange Point

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2021 16:05


Turning off plants with a switch of a light. How can optogenetics be used to turn off photosynthesis. Stomata cells help a plant from feasting too much in times of famine. Stomata cells regulate how much photosynthesis plants undertake, but can they be regulated with light? How can Yeast be used to help plants fight back against fungus. Fungal infections can devastate crops and plants, but can we avoid dangerous fungicides? How can we protect plants from, fungi without damaging the environment? Can yeast grown proteins help stop fungal infections without killing all fungi? Tiffany Chiu, Anita Behari, Justin W. Chartron, Alexander Putman, Yanran Li. Exploring the potential of engineering polygalacturonase‐inhibiting protein as an ecological, friendly, and nontoxic pest control agent. Biotechnology and Bioengineering, 2021; DOI: 10.1002/bit.27845 Shouguang Huang, Meiqi Ding, M. Rob G. Roelfsema, Ingo Dreyer, Sönke Scherzer, Khaled A. S. Al-Rasheid, Shiqiang Gao, Georg Nagel, Rainer Hedrich, Kai R. Konrad. Optogenetic control of the guard cell membrane potential and stomatal movement by the light-gated anion channel GtACR1. Science Advances, 2021; 7 (28): eabg4619 DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.abg4619

Sudden Death with Jose V
Straight Bet Sports w/ Jose V. Live from Cashman Field for The Las Vegas Lights FC Game - Episode 66

Sudden Death with Jose V

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2021 32:16


Straight Bet Sports w/ Jose V. Live on The Guerilla Cross Radio Network Streaming live on the Guerilla Cross app, GuerillaCross.com, the Guerilla Cross YouTube page, Twitter page and Facebook page as well by clicking any of the links below: https://youtube.com/c/GuerillaCross https://www.facebook.com/guerillacross/ https://twitter.com/guerillacross?s=21 Tonight's show will be only 30 mins as we will be Live on location for the The Electric Company SG⚡️Tailgate live from cashman field leading up to tonight's home match, as the Las Vegas Lights take on the Sacramento Republic FC. We'll talk to some of the fans and supporters out at the tailgate and get their thoughts on tonight‘s game and how they feel so far about the season and what they've seen from the lights. If you're at the game and you happen to see Rob G or myself make sure you say hello and snap a pic with us as well. Hope to see you all there tonight. And I hope you guys all enjoy the show and enjoy the game. We will be back next week in the studio with a special guest to be announced. Thank you to our show sponsors, Joshua Lafond With Simply Vegas Real Estate Call or text Joshua Lafond today, 702-813-0533! And our Personal Barber

The Powell Movement Action Sports Podcast
TPM Episode 234: Robert Guerrero, Pro Skater

The Powell Movement Action Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2021 75:15


Robert Guerrero grew up during the intersection of the internet and inline skating. Meaning he made friends all over the world via AOL chat rooms and lived a double life…Loner student during the weekdays and popular street skater on the weekends.  Eventually, Rob G became a legend within the sport, known for both insane rails as well as some of the most creative skating ever seen.  Throughout this time, Rob lived a spiritual, nomadic lifestyle that eventually takes him to an Ayahuasca retreat in Peru.  This is where he ends up getting shot in the face at point-blank range.  Hear all the details in the podcast Robert Guerrero Show Notes: 3:00: Ben Weis, the Midwest influence, growing up in San Jose, and roller hockey 10:30:  HS Football, picking skating, skate culture, and the start of nomadic life 15:00:  Influential bladers, AOL chatrooms, and VG Videos 19:30:  Stanley:  Get 30% off site wide with the code drinkfast Alpine Vans:  Upgrade your adventure, Upgrade your life 10 Barrel Brewery:  Buy their beers, they support action sports more than anyone 22:00:  The naming of his “JSF” Crew, Rob G is everywhere, and video exposure 25:00:  Living a dual life, the energy of the session, contests, street skating, and IMYTA 31:30:  2001 is a huge yeah but he's still an AM, and money 33:00:  Where is home, being nice, people-pleasing, losing all his sponsors, and health insurance 39:30: Peter Glenn Ski and Sports:  Getting you outside for over 70 years Rollerblade:  Find out all about the award-winning Skate to Ski program 41:30:  Getting on Rollerblade, retiring from sponsors for spiritual awakening, and his Ayahuasca retreat experience 50:00:  Going to a retreat for himself, getting shot in the face, the GoFundMe, and getting out of Peru 59:00:  Waking up in the US, karma, the progression of getting better, what he's doing now 55:00:  Woodard investing in the youth, setting a Guinness Record, and winning awards 66:00:  Inappropriate Questions with Tom Hyser

Sudden Death with Jose V
Straight Bet Sports w/ Jose V & Rob G Joined Live by Nick Hamilton from Nitecast Media - Episode 65

Sudden Death with Jose V

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 10, 2021 65:01


Straight Bet Sports w/ Jose V. And Rob G. Live on The Guerilla Cross Radio Network Streaming live on the Guerilla Cross app, GuerillaCross.com, the Guerilla Cross YouTube page, Twitter page and Facebook page as well by clicking any of the links below: https://youtube.com/c/GuerillaCross https://www.facebook.com/guerillacross/ https://twitter.com/guerillacross?s=21 Tonight we will be joined live on the video line by Nick Hamilton out of Los Angeles from Nitecast Media LLC. We'll talk to Nick about the NBA Finals, what's to come for both LA teams moving forward and do the Rams finally have their guy to win it all in Matthew Stafford? Copa America have their final with Brasil

Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre
No Winners in Rachel Nichols vs. Maria Taylor & The Suns-Bucks NBA Finals Preview

Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2021 38:36


On today's episode, Jason kicks things off with a quick explanation as to why he was physically incapable of dropping a post-4th of July pod on Monday. Sorry, America, but not even the great J-Mac is immune to the aftereffects of a good holiday cocktail. Next, Producer Rob G joins the show to help discuss the bombshell story over the weekend centered around ESPN personalities Rachel Nichols and Maria Taylor. A private conversation between Nichols and an associate was secretly recorded and leaked to other media outlets. In the audio, Nichols basically suggested that the biggest reason Taylor was advancing within the company so quickly is because she's black. Big Yikes. It's hard to say exactly what's going to happen moving forward, but one thing is certain: There are no winners in this. Say what you want about Nichols and Taylor individually, but ESPN comes out as a big loser in this. As Jay-Z says, "Nobody wins when The Family feuds". Later, the guys bring you a full Phoenix Suns-Milwaukee NBA Finals preview. Both Jason and Rob G have the Suns winning the series. Devin Booker and Chris Paul should be able to feast against Milwaukee's defensive coverage, and with Giannis Antetokounmpo's availability in question it's hard to envision the Bucks mustering enough offense to keep up. Unless Khris Middleton is suddenly available to develop any level of consistency, 'Suns in 4 Guy' may be back on your television relatively soon. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

The Dan Patrick Show on PodcastOne
Special Preview - Straight Fire w/ Jason McIntyre - No Winners in Rachel Nichols vs. Maria Taylor & The Suns-Bucks NBA Finals Preview

The Dan Patrick Show on PodcastOne

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2021 38:36


On today's episode, Jason kicks things off with a quick explanation as to why he was physically incapable of dropping a post-4th of July pod on Monday. Sorry, America, but not even the great J-Mac is immune to the aftereffects of a good holiday cocktail. Next, Producer Rob G joins the show to help discuss the bombshell story over the weekend centered around ESPN personalities Rachel Nichols and Maria Taylor. A private conversation between Nichols and an associate was secretly recorded and leaked to other media outlets. In the audio, Nichols basically suggested that the biggest reason Taylor was advancing within the company so quickly is because she's black. Big Yikes. It's hard to say exactly what's going to happen moving forward, but one thing is certain: There are no winners in this. Say what you want about Nichols and Taylor individually, but ESPN comes out as a big loser in this. As Jay-Z says, "Nobody wins when The Family feuds". Later, the guys bring you a full Phoenix Suns-Milwaukee NBA Finals preview. Both Jason and Rob G have the Suns winning the series. Devin Booker and Chris Paul should be able to feast against Milwaukee's defensive coverage, and with Giannis Antetokounmpo's availability in question it's hard to envision the Bucks mustering enough offense to keep up. Unless Khris Middleton is suddenly available to develop any level of consistency, 'Suns in 4 Guy' may be back on your television relatively soon. 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

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker
06/25/2021 - Best of The Odd Couple

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2021 38:10


It's the Best of The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard and Producer Rob G in for Rob Parker. Following the Clippers big win over the Suns in Game 3, Rob G makes the argument that Kawhi is the least valuable superstar in the NBA. Chris interviews GQ staff writer Tyler Tynes about his bombshell piece with Scottie Pippen and Chris lists the 5 best NBA HC openings this year on "Broussard's Fab Five." Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker
06/25/2021 - Hour 1 - Tyler Tynes on His Piece with Scottie Pippen

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2021 44:37


It's The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard and Producer Rob G in for Rob Parker. Following the Clippers big win over the Suns in Game 3, Rob G makes the argument that Kawhi is the least valuable superstar in the NBA. Chris interviews GQ staff writer Tyler Tynes about his bombshell piece with Scottie Pippen and the guys tell everyone to pump the brakes on crowning the Hawks. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Fox Sports Radio Weekends
Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre - Never Bet Against an 0-2 Clippers Team & A Hypothetical Ben Simmons-for-Kyrie Irving Trade

Fox Sports Radio Weekends

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2021 34:35


On today's episode, Producers Rob G and Gavin share their thoughts on the Los Angeles Clippers impressive victory over the Phoenix Suns in Game 3 of the Western Conference Finals. Apparently, the ‘0-2 Clippers' are the greatest team in NBA history. For the third consecutive series, the Paper Clips boys fell into an 0-2 hole only to come back and stomp out their competition in Game 3. Patrick Beverley has put Devin Booker in a straitjacket the past two games, Paul George and Reggie Jackson have carried the load offensively, and Ty Lue continues to make great game-to-game adjustments. Later, Rob G does a deep dive into separate reports involving the futures of Ben Simmons in Philadelphia and Kyrie Irving in Brooklyn, respectively. Would a Simmons-for-Kyrie actually make sense for all parties involved? At least one person thinks so. Finally, Gavin closes the show with the Friday 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

Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre
Never Bet Against an 0-2 Clippers Team & A Hypothetical Ben Simmons-for-Kyrie Irving Trade

Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2021 34:35


On today's episode, Producers Rob G and Gavin share their thoughts on the Los Angeles Clippers impressive victory over the Phoenix Suns in Game 3 of the Western Conference Finals. Apparently, the ‘0-2 Clippers' are the greatest team in NBA history. For the third consecutive series, the Paper Clips boys fell into an 0-2 hole only to come back and stomp out their competition in Game 3. Patrick Beverley has put Devin Booker in a straitjacket the past two games, Paul George and Reggie Jackson have carried the load offensively, and Ty Lue continues to make great game-to-game adjustments. Later, Rob G does a deep dive into separate reports involving the futures of Ben Simmons in Philadelphia and Kyrie Irving in Brooklyn, respectively. Would a Simmons-for-Kyrie actually make sense for all parties involved? At least one person thinks so. Finally, Gavin closes the show with the Friday edition of the Best Bet. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre
Trae Young vs Luka Doncic is a Real Debate Now, The Warriors Aren't Dead Yet & the Best Bet

Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2021 38:29


On today's episode, Producers Rob G and Gavin kick things off with a deep dive into Trae Young's virtuoso performance on the road in Milwaukee to help the Atlanta Hawks take a 1-0 series lead. He dropped 48 points on the Bucks, cementing his status as one of the best young players in the NBA. If it wasn't obvious before it's crystal clear today: Trae Young vs. Luka Doncic is a legitimate debate now. Trae's coming out party this postseason is eerily similar to what we saw from Jimmy Butler in The Bubble where everyone knew he was good, but nobody realized he was that good. Unless Bucks head coach Mike Budenholzer can't make a few adjustments for once, the Hawks may end up in the NBA Finals. Later, Rob G shares his thoughts on the NBA Draft Lottery results and explains why he believes the Golden State Warriors should trade the #7 and #14 picks – and prized center James Wiseman – this offseason for another star. Steph Curry proved last season that he still has a lot left in the tank, and the Warriors owe to him to go all-in while he's still in his prime Finally, Gavin closes the show with the Thursday edition of the Best Bet. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Sudden Death with Jose V
Khaos Williams UFC Welterweight Fighter joins Straight Bet Sports with Jose V and Rob G - Episode 63

Sudden Death with Jose V

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2021 59:26


Straight Bet Sports w/ Jose V. And Rob G. Live on The Guerilla Cross Radio Network Streaming live on the Guerilla Cross app, GuerillaCross.com, the Guerilla Cross YouTube page, Twitter page and Facebook page as well. Awesome show on tap for you all tonight as we'll have UFC Welterweight Khaos Williams joining us live in studio fresh off his Victory this last Saturday night in Las Vegas at UFC Fight Night. We'll talk to Khaos about the fight and what's to come for one of the most exciting fighters in the UFC welterweight division. So remember, if you want to join in on the fun, call us up during the show, don't forget the number to call 702-608-3259. Thank you to our show sponsors, Joshua Lafond With Simply Vegas Real Estate Call or text Joshua Lafond today, 702-813-0533! And our Personal Barber

Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre
Instant Reaction to the Wildest Finish in NBA Playoff History: Suns-Clippers, Game 2

Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2021 35:47


On today's episode, producers Rob G and Gavin throw the format out the window and deliver an instant reaction podcast to the Phoenix Suns' wild victory over the Los Angeles Clippers in Game 2 of the Western Conference Finals. The last 30 seconds of the game had it all: Midrange magic from Devin Booker, a legacy defining moment for ‘Playoff P' Paul George, the untimely return of ‘Pandemic P', the greatest inbounds play in NBA Playoff history, and about 47 different instant replay reviews. Both fan bases were taken on an emotional rollercoaster ride in what many are calling the craziest ending to a playoff game in NBA history. So rather than wait until the morning to collect their thoughts and deliver a coherent show like Jason normally does, the guys decided to ride that wave of emotion right into their microphones and record immediately after the game while the juices were still flowing. Enjoy! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre
Paul George is Changing his Playoff Legacy & the Truth About Tom Brady's Free Agency Tour

Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2021 31:38


On today's episode, Rob G and Gavin kick things off with a quick note explaining why they won't be going too deep on Las Vegas Raiders' defensive end Carl Nassib becoming the first active NFL player to come out as gay. Maybe other pods will have something profound to say about it, but not this one. The guys did discuss, however, whether or not Paul George is changing his playoff legacy before our eyes. Coming into this postseason, basketball fans were still calling him 'Pandemic P', a reference to his woeful performance in The Bubble last season. Has he done enough through the first two rounds of these playoffs to shed that label? It really is a fascinating discussion. Later, Rob G hijacks the show to do a deep dive into the viral clip of Tom Brady mocking an anonymous NFL franchise for deciding not to sign him in free agency. Most would argue that any team who passed on Brady must have made a colossal mistake, but Rob G argues differently. At the time, Brady was coming off arguably his worst season in a decade, so it's hard to blame an NFL front office for turning him down. Finally, Gavin closes the show with a very special 3-for-1 edition of the Best Bet as we lead into tonight's Western Conference Finals Game 2 between the Phoenix Suns and the Los Angeles Clippers. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Sudden Death with Jose V
Straight Bet Sports w/ Jose V. And Rob G. - EURO Cup 2020, Lights FC, NHL/NBA Playoffs - Episode 62

Sudden Death with Jose V

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2021 63:04


Straight Bet Sports w/ Jose V. And Rob G. Live on The Guerilla Cross Radio Network Streaming live on the Guerilla Cross app, GuerillaCross.com, the Guerilla Cross YouTube page, Twitter page and Facebook page as well. Tonight we have no special guests nothing crazy just the boys chopping it up. Lots of soccer going on with the EURO Cup 2020 finally underway. The COPA America has already started and our Las Vegas Lights FC have a match tonight on the road. So we have a lot of soccer to talk about on tonight's show. NBA and NHL playoffs are coming down to the wire. Golden Knights playing game 2 of their semifinal series tonight at home, so we'll get you caught up with all the action, local sports and so much more. So remember, if you want to join in on the fun, call us up during the show, don't forget the number to call 702-608-3259. Thank you to our show sponsors, Joshua Lafond With Simply Vegas Real Estate Call or text Joshua Lafond today, 702-813-0533! And our Personal Barber

Sudden Death with Jose V
Straight Bet Sports with Jose V. and Rob G. - Chopping it up in studio with TC Martin - Episode 61

Sudden Death with Jose V

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2021 61:02


The Ben Maller Show
Special Preview - Straight Fire w/ Jason McIntyre - Clippers Still Can't Close, NBA MVP Voting Breakdown & Kevin Durant Going Scorched Earth

The Ben Maller Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2021 41:44


Click here to subscribe, rate and review all of the latest Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre podcasts! On today's episode, Jason and Producer Rob G kick things off with a deep dive into the Utah Jazz' come-from-behind victory over the Los Angeles Clippers in Game 1. Utah couldn't hit the red side of a barn early which caused them to fall behind by double digits, but in typical Clippers fashion, Kawhi Leonard and the boys faded late and the Jazz were able to steal the win. Adding insult to injury, everyone saw Kawhi, Paul George and Marcus Morris shrink from the moment on the game's final possession with a chance to send the game into overtime; Absolutely no one on the Clippers roster wanted to take that last shot. It was a game the Clips should have won, and this one could come back to haunt them later in the series. On the flip side, Donovan Mitchell was fantastic for the Jazz. If it wasn't clear before it definitely is now: Utah has a superstar in their backcourt. Later, the guys share their thoughts on the NBA MVP voting - which Nikola Jokic won in a landslide, as expected - and discuss what it all means in the grand scheme of things. On one hand, Steph Curry finishing with the second-most first place votes tells you how much the media respected what he did this past season carrying a depleted Golden State Warriors roster to the play-in tournament. On the other, the fact that guys like Rudy Gobert, Russell Westbrook and Derrick Rose (fan vote) got votes also says that some of these voters need to stop playing favorites. Finally, Jason and Rob G close the show with a deep dive into the Kevin Durant-Jay Williams fiasco that played out in the media. Look, in all honesty, we're willing to bet that KD said exactly what Williams reported on TV that he said about Giannis... but does that necessarily give Williams the right to go public with it? All the same, it's great to see KD ditch the burner accounts and go scorched earth on anyone in the media who he feels has wronged him. In a world where guys like LeBron James prefer to use passive aggressive memes to get their points across, it's refreshing to see someone like Durant say exactly what he feels. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre
Clippers Still Can't Close, NBA MVP Voting Breakdown & Kevin Durant Going Scorched Earth

Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2021 41:44


On today's episode, Jason and Producer Rob G kick things off with a deep dive into the Utah Jazz' come-from-behind victory over the Los Angeles Clippers in Game 1. Utah couldn't hit the red side of a barn early which caused them to fall behind by double digits, but in typical Clippers fashion, Kawhi Leonard and the boys faded late and the Jazz were able to steal the win. Adding insult to injury, everyone saw Kawhi, Paul George and Marcus Morris shrink from the moment on the game's final possession with a chance to send the game into overtime; Absolutely no one on the Clippers roster wanted to take that last shot. It was a game the Clips should have won, and this one could come back to haunt them later in the series. On the flip side, Donovan Mitchell was fantastic for the Jazz. If it wasn't clear before it definitely is now: Utah has a superstar in their backcourt. Later, the guys share their thoughts on the NBA MVP voting - which Nikola Jokic won in a landslide, as expected - and discuss what it all means in the grand scheme of things. On one hand, Steph Curry finishing with the second-most first place votes tells you how much the media respected what he did this past season carrying a depleted Golden State Warriors roster to the play-in tournament. On the other, the fact that guys like Rudy Gobert, Russell Westbrook and Derrick Rose (fan vote) got votes also says that some of these voters need to stop playing favorites. Finally, Jason and Rob G close the show with a deep dive into the Kevin Durant-Jay Williams fiasco that played out in the media. Look, in all honesty, we're willing to bet that KD said exactly what Williams reported on TV that he said about Giannis... but does that necessarily give Williams the right to go public with it? All the same, it's great to see KD ditch the burner accounts and go scorched earth on anyone in the media who he feels has wronged him. In a world where guys like LeBron James prefer to use passive aggressive memes to get their points across, it's refreshing to see someone like Durant say exactly what he feels. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Sudden Death with Jose V
UNLV Men's Basketball Head Coach Kevin Kruger joins - Straight Bet Sports with Jose V. - Episode #60

Sudden Death with Jose V

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2021 62:13


Straight Bet Sports w/ Jose V. And Rob G. Live on The Guerilla Cross Radio Network Streaming live on the Guerilla Cross app, GuerillaCross.com, the Guerilla Cross YouTube page, Twitter page and Facebook page as well. Great show on tap for you all as we were joined live on the video line by UNLV Runnin Rebel Head Coach Kevin Kruger. We talked to the first year coach about what we can all expect from the Rebels this season and why he decided to accept the Head coaching gig and return to the Runnin Rebels program. Rob G. Couldn't make it tonight so we had Kev Ray of No Plays Off Sports Talk sitting in for Rob to co-host the show. There's also a lot going on in the sports world to talk about tonight as we'll get you caught up with all the NBA, NHL playoff action, local sports and so much more. Thank you to our show sponsors, Joshua Lafond With Simply Vegas Real Estate Call or text Joshua Lafond today, 702-813-0533! And our Personal Barber

Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre
Suns Burn Up the Lakers, Devin Booker's Place Among the Top SGs & Is LeBron Still the Best in the World?

Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2021 45:06


On today's episode, Jason and Producer Rob G vent their frustrations following the Phoenix Suns dismantling of the Los Angeles Lakers in Game 5. The game wasn't even close after the first quarter as the Lakers were down 30 points at halftime. Both guys expected that the Suns would win given that Los Angeles was without Anthony Davis, but neither expected a blowout like this. LeBron James, who many expected would 'turn back the clock' with AD down, turned in such a mediocre performance that it led Jason and Rob G to debate whether or not he still has a case for being the Best Player in the World anymore. Would Kevin Durant have allowed his team to fall behind by 30 in the first half of arguably the biggest game of the year? How about James Harden? Would Kawhi Leonard? Or Giannis? On the flip side, Devin Booker lit up the Lake Show for 18 points in the opening period, and it led to a fascinating conversation between the guys about where he ranks among the top shooting guards in the NBA. After James Harden, a case can definitely be made for Booker being the best at his position. Later, the guys discuss what the long-term plans for the Lakers could be given that LeBron is aging, the role players have regressed and Dennis Schroder is looking for a big payday. Do they need a complete overhaul? How much pressure is on GM Rob Pelinka to maximize LeBron's final years? By the way, shout out to Damian Lillard for dropping a double-nickel in a Game 5 loss for the Portland Trail Blazers. Wish we had more time to give you the proper kudos. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

The Doug Gottlieb Show
Special Preview - Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre - Suns Burn Up the Lakers, Devin Booker's Place Among the Top SGs & Is LeBron Still the Best in the World?

The Doug Gottlieb Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2021 45:06


On today's episode, Jason and Producer Rob G vent their frustrations following the Phoenix Suns dismantling of the Los Angeles Lakers in Game 5. The game wasn't even close after the first quarter as the Lakers were down 30 points at halftime. Both guys expected that the Suns would win given that Los Angeles was without Anthony Davis, but neither expected a blowout like this. LeBron James, who many expected would 'turn back the clock' with AD down, turned in such a mediocre performance that it led Jason and Rob G to debate whether or not he still has a case for being the Best Player in the World anymore. Would Kevin Durant have allowed his team to fall behind by 30 in the first half of arguably the biggest game of the year? How about James Harden? Would Kawhi Leonard? Or Giannis? On the flip side, Devin Booker lit up the Lake Show for 18 points in the opening period, and it led to a fascinating conversation between the guys about where he ranks among the top shooting guards in the NBA. After James Harden, a case can definitely be made for Booker being the best at his position. Later, the guys discuss what the long-term plans for the Lakers could be given that LeBron is aging, the role players have regressed and Dennis Schroder is looking for a big payday. Do they need a complete overhaul? How much pressure is on GM Rob Pelinka to maximize LeBron's final years? By the way, shout out to Damian Lillard for dropping a double-nickel in a Game 5 loss for the Portland Trail Blazers. Wish we had more time to give you the proper kudos. 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

Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre
Lakers Need LeBron to Turn Back the Clock, NBA Logos Matter & Jayson Tatum's Future in Boston

Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2021 48:49


On today's episode, Jason and Producer Rob G kick things off with a preview of tonight's Game 5 matchup between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Phoenix Suns. The Lakers will be fighting an uphill battle if Anthony Davis is ruled out as expected. Few teams are as dependent on their stars as much as the Lakers, and unless LeBron James can jump into the hot tub time machine and play like his 2018 self then the defending champions are in serious trouble. Perhaps the best plan of attack would be to chalk this game up as a loss and hope a more rested LeBron can put the team on his back in Games 6 and 7. The guys also share a quick thought on Joel Embiid's mysterious injury that knocked out of Game 4 against the Washington Wizards. We can all agree that the Philadelphia 76ers can probably extinguish the Wiz even without Embiid, but would they able to get by the Atlanta Hawks in round 2? We're not so certain. Later, Jason and Rob G discuss the 'incident' that took place in Boston over the weekend when Kyrie Irving stomped on the Boston Celtics center court logo. Not only did it lead to Kyrie getting a bottle thrown at his head after the game but it also led to former Celtics Kevin Garnett and Big Baby Davis taking shots at him on social media the next day. Who knew NBA players still had loyalty like that? This whole ordeal eventually led to a bigger conversation about the Celtics and how their fan base - coupled with the cutthroat attitude of GM Danny Ainge - could impact their ability to attract star players. More importantly, would all the negativity be enough to force superstar Jayson Tatum out of town before his contract is up? Bean Town better hope not. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Sudden Death with Jose V
Straight Bet Sports w/ Jose V & Rob G Joined by Ms Ballin D host of No Plays Off Sports - Episode 58

Sudden Death with Jose V

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2021 63:04


Straight Bet Sports w/ Jose V. And Rob G. On The Guerilla Cross Radio Network - Watch Live on YouTube Twitter Facebook and of course, the Guerilla Cross app and GuerillaCross.com. We have a great show on tap for you all tonight. Joining us in studio, Host of No Plays Off Sports Talk also on Guerilla Cross Radio, Donnetta Msballind Coleman will be in the building chopping it up with us tonight. All The Smoke podcast, have you heard about it? I would hope so. We’ll talk about what Gilbert Arenas, Stephen Jackson and Matt Barnes said about Kwame Brown, were they in the wrong? And Kwame Brown has some “kind’ words to say the least in response to the podcast. NBA play in games have started, and the playoffs are almost set. We’ll talk about what we’ve seen and what do we expect to see in the playoffs this year. Also, who do you think should be the NBA MVP this year? We want to hear from all of you! With some local action our Las Vegas Aces have started the season 1-1 after playing back to back games to start the season on the road against the defending champion Seattle Storm they’ll return home on Friday for their first home game of the season. The Vegas Golden Knights have started their 1st Round Playoff series versus the Minnesota Wild and after two amazing games by Marc-Andre Fleury they are now tied 1-1 as they head to Minnesota for game three. Rob G. was in attendance last night at T-Mobile Arena for game two. We’ll get his thoughts on the action and also how the overall atmosphere was inside the arena. We also get into our thoughts on the Oakland A’s possible move to Vegas. Don’t forget, That Straight Bet Sports is always brought to you by Joshua Lafond With Simply Vegas Real Estate Call or text Joshua Lafond TODAY!! 702-813-0533… #StraightBetSports #GuerillaCrossRadio Links found here ⬇️ https://linktr.ee/StraightBetSports --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/StraightBetSports/support

Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre
Former Packers GM rips 'diva' Aaron Rodgers & Why LeBron is Calling Steph the MVP

Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2021 43:41


On today's episode, Jason kicks things off with a verbal takedown of Hall of Fame general manager Ron Wolf after the former Packers GM went out of his way to call Aaron Rodgers, Russell Wilson and Deshaun Watson 'divas' for wanting more power within their respective organizations. Wolf is the epitome of an old man yelling at a cloud. First off, all three of those guys have earned the right to have a say in how their teams are run. Has Rodgers not been arguably the best quarterback in the NFL for almost a decade? What were the Seattle Seahawks before Wilson arrived? Had the Houston Texans had any success before Watson showed up? Secondly, times have changed since Wolf ran a team; the sports world has evolved in ways that the former Packers boss just doesn't - or can't - seem to understand. What's more, with Rodgers-Packers relationship on thin ice as it is, could you think of a worse time to publicly call him a 'diva'? Wolf just may have sealed the fate of his former franchise. Later, Jason and Producer Rob G engage in a spirited discussion about LeBron James declaring Steph Curry as the clear regular season MVP. J-Mac has touting Curry for some time now, so needless to say he was ecstatic to hear The King jump on board as well. Rob G, on the other hand, argues that LeBron's actually comments have more to do with how he views himself than they do with Steph. Trying to decipher a LeBron James quote can give you a headache, but it does add a little fuel to the fire heading into this Wednesday's play-in game between the Lakers and the Warriors. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre
NBA Playoffs Predictions, LeBron vs. Steph & the Unconfident Clippers

Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2021 40:09


On today's episode, Jason and Producer Rob G do a deep dive into the upcoming NBA Playoffs. There may not be a single team in the postseason who has a tougher road to the championship than Giannis Antetokounmpo and the Milwaukee Bucks; they get the defending Eastern Conference champion Miami Heat, followed by (presumably) the Big 3 Brooklyn Nets and the top-seeded Philadelphia 76ers. Speaking of the Nets, it's hard not to do a quick double take on Kyrie Irving's impassioned speech over the weekend regarding the turmoil in the Middle East. While all the rest is obviously bigger than basketball in the grand scheme of things, Kyrie making a point to say that 'basketball is not the most important thing to me right now' heading into the postseason sounds like he's setting the stage to either boycott his media obligations or to miss a playoff game altogether. Assuming Kyrie is locked in, though, the guys agree that the Nets should be the favorites to make the NBA Finals. The real drama lies in the Western Conference. LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers will face off with Steph Curry and the Golden State Warriors in the play-in game on Wednesday. The Lakers are heavy favorites, but there's something to be said about what Steph's done in the last two months of the season. Win or lose on Wednesday, he's making a strong case to crack the top-10 players in NBA history. Finally, Jason and Rob G drop verbal haymakers on the Los Angeles Clippers after the Paper Clips essentially tanked the last 2 games of the season so they could avoid being on the Lakers side of the bracket. If you weren't already questioning the confidence level of Kawhi Leonard and Paul George after what happened in last year's playoffs, I'm sure you are now. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Fox Sports Radio Weekends
Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre - NBA Playoffs Predictions, LeBron vs. Steph & the Unconfident Clippers

Fox Sports Radio Weekends

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2021 40:09


On today's episode, Jason and Producer Rob G do a deep dive into the upcoming NBA Playoffs. There may not be a single team in the postseason who has a tougher road to the championship than Giannis Antetokounmpo and the Milwaukee Bucks; they get the defending Eastern Conference champion Miami Heat, followed by (presumably) the Big 3 Brooklyn Nets and the top-seeded Philadelphia 76ers. Speaking of the Nets, it's hard not to do a quick double take on Kyrie Irving's impassioned speech over the weekend regarding the turmoil in the Middle East. While all the rest is obviously bigger than basketball in the grand scheme of things, Kyrie making a point to say that 'basketball is not the most important thing to me right now' heading into the postseason sounds like he's setting the stage to either boycott his media obligations or to miss a playoff game altogether. Assuming Kyrie is locked in, though, the guys agree that the Nets should be the favorites to make the NBA Finals. The real drama lies in the Western Conference. LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers will face off with Steph Curry and the Golden State Warriors in the play-in game on Wednesday. The Lakers are heavy favorites, but there's something to be said about what Steph's done in the last two months of the season. Win or lose on Wednesday, he's making a strong case to crack the top-10 players in NBA history. Finally, Jason and Rob G drop verbal haymakers on the Los Angeles Clippers after the Paper Clips essentially tanked the last 2 games of the season so they could avoid being on the Lakers side of the bracket. If you weren't already questioning the confidence level of Kawhi Leonard and Paul George after what happened in last year's playoffs, I'm sure you are now. 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

Sudden Death with Jose V
Las Vegas Aces Destiny Slocum & Emma Cannon join Straight Bet Sports w/ Jose V. & Rob G - Episode 57

Sudden Death with Jose V

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2021 60:37


Straight Bet Sports w/ Jose V. And Rob G. On The Guerilla Cross Radio Network - Watch Live on YouTube Twitter Facebook and of course, the Guerilla Cross app and GuerillaCross.com. We have a great show on tap for all you WNBA and Las Vegas Aces Fans. Tonight we will be joined by two players from the team, rookie Destiny Slocum, and returning vet Emma Cannon. We’ll get their thoughts on the upcoming season and see how they feel about finally playing with some fans back in the stands. Thanks to John Giggy Maxwell Aces Media Relations Director for hooking us up. I also got to attend the live media event at the new Dollar Loan Center where the Henderson Silver Knights will call home pretty soon and so will a brand new professional football franchise thanks to Vegas Golden Knights owner Bill Foley. We will get you caught up with all of that and everything else going on in the world of sports locally and around the globe. So remember, if you want to join in on the fun, call us up during the show, don’t forget the number to call 702-608-3259. Don’t forget, That Straight Bet Sports is always brought to you by Joshua Lafond With Simply Vegas Real Estate Call or text Joshua Lafond TODAY!! 702-813-0533… #StraightBetSports #GuerillaCrossRadio Links found here ⬇️ https://linktr.ee/StraightBetSports --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/StraightBetSports/support

Fox Sports Radio Weekends
Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre - Can't Trust the Clippers & The Case for a Damian Lillard-for-Paul George Trade

Fox Sports Radio Weekends

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2021 46:33


On today's episode, Jason and Producer Rob G do a deep dive into the state of the Los Angeles Clippers on the heels of their loss to the New York Knicks. With LeBron James and Anthony Davis banged up, many pundits have pegged the Clippers as the favorites to represent the Western Conference in the NBA Finals. However, after what we saw from Paul George and Kawhi Leonard on Sunday, do you really think you can trust them on the big stage? Both players have a history of folding in clutch situations. 'Playoff P' hasn't been great in the playoffs in years, and Kawhi's postseason reputation has been fluffed up thanks in large part to him beating an injury-ravaged Golden State Warriors squad in the 2019 NBA Finals. Jason even went so far as to say that he's rooting for the Clippers to lose, which sounds bad on its face until Rob G notes that the Clips aren't historically relevant enough for anyone to actually root against. Damn. Later, the guys discuss a hypothetical Paul George-for-Damian Lillard trade that could take place this summer. Both expect the Clippers and Trail Blazers to flame out of the playoffs rather early, so it could make sense for Portland and Los Angeles to try and shake things up in the offseason. The Blazers could look to appease Lillard and send him somewhere with a better chance at winning a championship, and with Kawhi's free agency looming the Clippers could look to pair him with a more explosive player who has better leadership skills than PG. Not saying this All-Star swap is definitely going to happen, but it does, remember where you heard it first. 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

Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre
Can't Trust the Clippers & The Case for a Damian Lillard-for-Paul George Trade

Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2021 46:33


On today's episode, Jason and Producer Rob G do a deep dive into the state of the Los Angeles Clippers on the heels of their loss to the New York Knicks. With LeBron James and Anthony Davis banged up, many pundits have pegged the Clippers as the favorites to represent the Western Conference in the NBA Finals. However, after what we saw from Paul George and Kawhi Leonard on Sunday, do you really think you can trust them on the big stage? Both players have a history of folding in clutch situations. 'Playoff P' hasn't been great in the playoffs in years, and Kawhi's postseason reputation has been fluffed up thanks in large part to him beating an injury-ravaged Golden State Warriors squad in the 2019 NBA Finals. Jason even went so far as to say that he's rooting for the Clippers to lose, which sounds bad on its face until Rob G notes that the Clips aren't historically relevant enough for anyone to actually root against. Damn. Later, the guys discuss a hypothetical Paul George-for-Damian Lillard trade that could take place this summer. Both expect the Clippers and Trail Blazers to flame out of the playoffs rather early, so it could make sense for Portland and Los Angeles to try and shake things up in the offseason. The Blazers could look to appease Lillard and send him somewhere with a better chance at winning a championship, and with Kawhi's free agency looming the Clippers could look to pair him with a more explosive player who has better leadership skills than PG. Not saying this All-Star swap is definitely going to happen, but it does, remember where you heard it first. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Fox Sports Radio Weekends
Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre - All-NBA Predictions: Jokic or Embiid? Zion or LeBron? PG or Kawhi?

Fox Sports Radio Weekends

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2021 49:33


On today's episode, Jason and Producer Rob G make their definitive All-NBA selections for the 2021 season. The NBA threw a monkey wrench into the whole thing by allowing several players to be listed at multiple positions, including: Nikola Jokic, Joel Embiid, Kawhi Leonard, Luka Doncic and Paul George. What's more, with so many superstars missing large chunks of the season - LeBron James, Kevin Durant, James Harden, Anthony Davis, Kawhi and Embiid - it's hard not to count it against them. Needless to say, things got really weird really quickly once Jason and Rob G unveiled their All-NBA First Team selections. If Jokic and Embiid are both First Teamers, would that naturally result in an undeserving center getting bumped up to Third Team? Should Zion's assault on the stat sheet be enough to help voters overlook the fact that he plays for the most disappointing team in the League? Will the fact that LeBron James missed one-third of the season cost him the MVP and an All-NBA team selection? Is Kawhi or PG the Clippers player who deserves the most credit for the team's success? The Phoenix Suns and Utah Jazz have been the best two teams in the West all season, but do either one deserve to have two All-NBA players? Is it possible that the Brooklyn Nets would get shut out completely? The guys answer and debate all of these questions - and so much more! 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

Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre
All-NBA Predictions: Jokic or Embiid? Zion or LeBron? PG or Kawhi?

Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2021 49:33


On today's episode, Jason and Producer Rob G make their definitive All-NBA selections for the 2021 season. The NBA threw a monkey wrench into the whole thing by allowing several players to be listed at multiple positions, including: Nikola Jokic, Joel Embiid, Kawhi Leonard, Luka Doncic and Paul George. What's more, with so many superstars missing large chunks of the season - LeBron James, Kevin Durant, James Harden, Anthony Davis, Kawhi and Embiid - it's hard not to count it against them. Needless to say, things got really weird really quickly once Jason and Rob G unveiled their All-NBA First Team selections. If Jokic and Embiid are both First Teamers, would that naturally result in an undeserving center getting bumped up to Third Team? Should Zion's assault on the stat sheet be enough to help voters overlook the fact that he plays for the most disappointing team in the League? Will the fact that LeBron James missed one-third of the season cost him the MVP and an All-NBA team selection? Is Kawhi or PG the Clippers player who deserves the most credit for the team's success? The Phoenix Suns and Utah Jazz have been the best two teams in the West all season, but do either one deserve to have two All-NBA players? Is it possible that the Brooklyn Nets would get shut out completely? The guys answer and debate all of these questions - and so much more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre
R-E-L-A-X Lakers Fans, The Klutch Sports Tax Strikes Again & the Knicks are Back

Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2021 44:22


On today’s episode, Jason and Producer Rob G share a lengthy conversation following the Los Angeles Lakers much-needed victory over the Denver Nuggets. While most of the sports media world was prepared to bury the Lakers following their latest swoon, Jason is here to remind you all to take a cue from Aaron Rodgers and just ‘Relax’. They’re going to be fine. So long as LeBron James and Anthony Davis are healthy, they should be right back in the NBA Finals. Speaking of LeBron and AD, Rob G says that if the Lakers fall short of expectations this year, it'll be because they overpaid on the Klutch Sports Tax. It's clear that Marc Gasol is the best fit next to Davis, but since the LeBron and AD lobbied to get Andre Drummond to LA, and because Montrezl Harrell is a fellow Klutch Sports client, the politics of sports mandated that both players get playing time over Gasol. Only time will tell if Frank Vogel has the intestinal fortitude to put the best lineup on the floor in the postseason, whether they're affiliated with Klutch Sports or not. Finally, Jason closes the show with a quick thought on the surging New York Knicks. For whatever reason, he's having a hard time getting as excited about his hometown team. Maybe it's because they play a defensive brand of basketball, or maybe it's because he knows they're likely to get smacked out of the playoffs by the Brooklyn Nets. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Fox Sports Radio Weekends
Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre - Kyle Shanahan's Arrogance, Mac Jones vs Trey Lance & Why Justin Fields is Slipping

Fox Sports Radio Weekends

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2021 43:39


On today's episode, Jason shares his thoughts on the NFL Network report suggesting that the San Francisco 49ers have narrowed down their choices at #3 to Mac Jones or Trey Lance. Neither quarterback has much experience at the college level, and scouts are skeptical about how each will transition to the NFL. Jones was the triggerman for a stacked roster at Alabama while Lance beat up on inferior competition. Enter the 'arrogant' Kyle Shanahan. There isn't a coach in the NFL who has more confidence in his system than Shanahan. Multiple outlets have reported that the 49ers head coach isn't looking for the most talented or the most dynamic quarterback at #3; All he really wants is a player who fits his system. With all the hype surrounding Jones and Lance, Ohio State quarterback Justin Fields' stock appears to have taken a hit... even if nobody is sure exactly why. Nearly every legitimate criticism you can make about Fields as a prospect can be applied to both Jones and Lance, and those two are in consideration at #3. Perhaps Fields will fall all the way down to Rob G's Las Vegas Raiders. Wouldn't that be something? Finally, Jason closes the show with a quick thought on Kevin Durant's return to action in the Brooklyn Nets' victory over the Phoenix Suns. It's hard to learn much from a Sunday game in April, but one thing is certain: the Nets with a healthy Durant are still the class of the Eastern Conference. 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

Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre
Kyle Shanahan's Arrogance, Mac Jones vs Trey Lance & Why Justin Fields is Slipping

Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2021 43:39


On today's episode, Jason shares his thoughts on the NFL Network report suggesting that the San Francisco 49ers have narrowed down their choices at #3 to Mac Jones or Trey Lance. Neither quarterback has much experience at the college level, and scouts are skeptical about how each will transition to the NFL. Jones was the triggerman for a stacked roster at Alabama while Lance beat up on inferior competition. Enter the 'arrogant' Kyle Shanahan. There isn't a coach in the NFL who has more confidence in his system than Shanahan. Multiple outlets have reported that the 49ers head coach isn't looking for the most talented or the most dynamic quarterback at #3; All he really wants is a player who fits his system. With all the hype surrounding Jones and Lance, Ohio State quarterback Justin Fields' stock appears to have taken a hit... even if nobody is sure exactly why. Nearly every legitimate criticism you can make about Fields as a prospect can be applied to both Jones and Lance, and those two are in consideration at #3. Perhaps Fields will fall all the way down to Rob G's Las Vegas Raiders. Wouldn't that be something? Finally, Jason closes the show with a quick thought on Kevin Durant's return to action in the Brooklyn Nets' victory over the Phoenix Suns. It's hard to learn much from a Sunday game in April, but one thing is certain: the Nets with a healthy Durant are still the class of the Eastern Conference. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

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Is LaMarcus Aldridge a Hall of Famer? + Former UCLA coach and FS1 college basketball analyst Steve Lavin

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Play Episode Listen Later Apr 16, 2021 54:45


On today's episode, Jason and Producer Rob G discuss LaMarcus Aldridge's abrupt retirement from the NBA due to an irregular heartbeat. While most in the NBA media are focusing on how this could impact the Brooklyn Nets' title chances this season, the guys agree that this could be a case of addition by subtraction. Aldridge was a luxury item in Brooklyn. If anything, his absence should lead to more minutes for defensive bigs like DeAndre Jordan and Nic Claxton. The bigger story in all of this, at least according to Jason and Rob G, is whether or not Aldridge belongs in the Pro Basketball Hall of Fame. Even without a championship ring on his resume, you could argue that Aldridge had a better pro career than guys like Chris Bosh and Kevin Love. Even with his career getting cut short, Aldridge should still be considered a Hall of Famer. Later, former UCLA Bruins head coach and FS1 college basketball producer Steve Lavin swings by to discuss how he ended up spending 4 months straight on the road as part of FS1's college hoops coverage, how the transfer portal could impact the sport moving forward, if coaches may lean more into recruiting high-end transfers as opposed to one-and-done freshmen, why it's going to be extremely important for coaches to be more flexible in their approach to the game if they're going to successfully navigate the shift towards transfers, what he learned from legendary coach John Wooden, how alternative paths to the NBA like the G-League, JBL and Overtime leagues could impact college basketball moving forward, how the Name Image Likeness bill could be what ultimately keeps top-level recruits in the college game, and much more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

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Can't Blame Kevin Durant, Kobe > Magic? & LeBron's Trump Card in the GOAT Debate

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Play Episode Listen Later Apr 9, 2021 46:41


On today's episode, Jason kicks things off with a quick thought on multiple reports suggesting that the San Francisco 49ers have settled in on Alabama quarterback Mac Jones as the #3 pick in the upcoming NFL Draft. After the season, Jones was viewed as a fringe first rounder, at best - so what changed? Something doesn't quite smell right here. Later, Jason shares his thoughts on Kevin Durant's recent comments about his decision to leave the Oklahoma City Thunder for the Golden State Warriors in 2016. KD still gets ripped for the move five years later, but Jason argues that any criticism of Durant is unwarranted. He did what was best for him. He exercised his rights as a free agent and choose a location that offered him the best chance to win and played a beautiful brand of basketball. Producer Rob G joins in on the discussion to poke a few holes in Jason's argument, but also to point out that Durant's comments told an even bigger story: KD and Draymond Green knew they couldn't beat LeBron James without each other. It would take a Super Team to dethrone The King. And that may be LeBron's biggest trump card in the GOAT debate: Three separate Super Teams (2008 Boston Celtics, 2017 Warriors and 2021 Brooklyn Nets) have been formed specifically to combat LeBron. Not to be lost in all the KD-LeBron talk, Rob G also said in the midst of this discussion that he has Kobe Bryant over Magic Johnson in his all-time player rankings. Wait, what?!? Of course Jason pushed back, but it did lead to a fascinating discussion about two of the greatest players in NBA history. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

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UCLA Goes First Four to Final Four, Is Gonzaga Feeling the Pressure? + The Athletic Lakers beat writer Jovan Buha

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Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2021 54:03


On today’s episode, Jason kicks things off with some thoughts on the UCLA Bruins’ improbable run to the Final Four. The Bruins lost their last 4 games of the regular season – and were down 16 points in their play-in game against Michigan State – but now find themselves staring down the Goliaths of Gonzaga in the Final Four. Speaking of Gonzaga, Producer Rob G swings by to discuss what kind of pressure the Bulldogs could be feeling heading into the game as heavy favorites. Gonzaga hasn’t played a close game in months, so it’ll be interesting to see how they respond going against a scrappy UCLA squad that’s playing with house money. (Full disclosure: Both Jason and Rob G expect Gonzaga to roll in this game, but still). Later, The Athletic Lakers beat writer Jovan Buha swings by to discuss how a lifelong UCLA fan ended up going to USC for college, his impressive rise in the sports media world, why he feels like the Lakers are being extremely cautious with the injuries to Anthony Davis and LeBron James, why he expects the arrival of Andre Drummond will eventually lead to Marc Gasol getting squeezed from the rotation, why he views the Utah Jazz as the least intimidating rival - and the Los Angeles Clippers as the biggest threat - in the Western Conference, how much longer he expects LeBron to play at a high level, and much more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com