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Adam Stanco's in-depth interview with Doug Gottlieb, one of the best passers in college basketball history and a broadcaster for Fox Sports Radio and FS1. They discuss Gottlieb's playing career, including his intense recruitment, defending Allen Iverson, what he learned after getting dismissed from Notre Dame, and his unique ability to distribute the ball. Gottlieb opens up about his interview with Oklahoma State regarding their head coaching position, detailing the questions he was asked and the plans he had for the Cowboys' program. The widely respected on-air personality also explains how he started his broadcasting career with ESPN and why he left CBS for Fox.
Last year around this very same time, Golden State of Mindcast feverishly roasted the LA Clippers and salivated at the Warriors dismantling them in the next round of the playoffs. During that very recording, Chris Paul broke a bone in his hand and derailed the Clippers' playoff run.
Fast forward to last night, when we got carried away with yet another anti-Clippers roastfest, and, lo-and-behold, what happened? Blake Griffin injures his toe and is out for the remainder of the playoffs.
This is not our fault! We are not witches! We did not curse Griffin and the Clippers, nor would we ever wish injury upon anyone! We apologize if the podcast seems tasteless in light of the news.
1:00 - Harrison Barnes hate, for some reason 3:24 - JaVale McGee is going to be the NBA Finals MVP 5:30 - How did the Warriors dominate the Blazers in Game 2? 9:40 - No easy answers for Blazers 11:30 - Nurkic returning for Game 3 — what will be the effect? 18:04 - Moving onto the second round: Clippers or Jazz? This quickly devolves into Clippers slander 22:36 - Epic Bram monologue on why he hates the Clippers 26:53 - Fans leaving early from games: is it ok?
CLNS Radio brings you game 4 of the Boston Celtics v Chicago Bulls, NBA 1st Round Series, brought to you by Seat Geek. As the Celtics playoff push heats up, SeatGeek is the smartest, easiest way to get tickets to every game. With SeatGeek’s seamless mobile experience, you can buy and sell tickets in just two taps. SeatGeek helps you find the best seats at the best prices – fully guaranteed. There’s nothing like being in the arena for the biggest plays of the year and SeatGeek will get you closer to the action for a great value. Best of all, our listeners get a $20 rebate off their first SeatGeek purchase! To get your $20 dollar rebate on tickets: Download the SeatGeek app > Go to the Settings tab and click ‘Add a promo code’ > Enter promo code CLNS > SeatGeek will send you $20 dollars after you’ve made your first ticket purchase! Don't forget to Download the SeatGeek app and enter promo code CLNS today!
The Celtics Post Game Show will go LIVE on CLNS Radio, following the Celtics and the Chicago Bulls, game 4. Make sure you return to CLNS Radio after the game to get the immediate reactions.
Careless Whispers Pod takes over as Matt Rury & Calvin Chamberlain will be breaking down all the action from Celtics vs Bulls. Bobby Manning will work the switchboard and chime in occasionally.
The guys will be taking your TOLL FREE calls throughout at 347-215-7771.
This week Sean Woodley, Mitch Robson and John Gaudes record a sad pod during the second half of the Raptors blowout loss in Game 3 vs. Milwaukee. This episode is brought to you by Hakeem Olajuwon.
DFSR’s Doug Norrie and James Davis take to the NBA podcast to discuss the three game Tuesday slate of games. There’s a lot to unpack as we learned quite a bit from the first games in each series. The Bucks pulled off a huge win against the Raptors in game one with Giannis and Middleton leading the way. They make outstanding plays again tonight with Greg Monroe a value coming off the bench. The guys also discuss Kyle Lowry’s struggles in game one and whether there’s significant cause for concern with him going forward in this series.
Then they talk Celtics-Bulls and how Jimmy Butler continues his big minute ways for Chicago. The rest of the Bulls are sort of their typical mess of minutes with bench guys once again outplaying dudes like Rondo and Mirotic.
And finally there’s the Jazz who will once again be without Rudy Gobert. They break down what that means for both teams. All of that and more.
On this episode of the Detroit Bad Boys podcast, Jordan Bellant and Ben Gulker discuss the end of the season.
While disappointing, the final few games gave fans a different glimpse at the roster. Given that glimpse, Ben and Jordan break down what they spotted in the last five games.
Starting with BOBAN! His play showed why he deserved a larger role and more minutes throughout the season. How does he change the distribution of minutes next season? What does his rise mean for Aron Baynes? Does Baynes even accept his option?
From there, the conversation dives into the roster. Looking at players' full season production, Ben talks about the highs and lows of the year. From Jon Leuer to the guys on the fringe like Mr. Henry Ellenson.
This pod closes on KCP and his future in Detroit. Heading into an important off-season, he is just one of the many potential moving parts. A quick preview of the offseason closes out the first of many offseason episodes!
The Detroit Bad Boys Podcast is a part of the SB Nation site, Detroit Bad Boys. Subscribe on iTunes and find archived episodes on Blog Talk Radio. For more information, go to DetroitBadBoys.com/Detroit-Pistons-Podcast
The BTPowerhouse staff breaks down what next year's Big Ten might look like, including title contenders and some underwhelming projections for this year's championship team. To help facilitate the discussion, Casey Bartley of Hammer & Rails joins the podcast.
One of the bigger non-Russell Westbrook-related stories at the end of this NBA season has been Lance Stephenson's return to the Indiana Pacers.
Today, the Over and Back Classic NBA Podcast looks at other second comings of significant NBA players from the obvious to the obscure.
We look at stars who came home while still in their prime like Steve Nash and LeBron James, those who came home after their prime like Scottie Pippen and Allen Iverson and famous do-overs like Steve Francis and Antoine Walker.
We also look at players who had three stints with one franchise, two stints with three franchises, two stints with two franchises and more.
Pickaxe Podcast Reboot - Episode 9
Looking back on the season
Most impressive performance?
Who had the most surprising season?
Missing the playoffs
do you regret the Nuggets going with the vets down the stretch
How much would making the playoffs have helped the young players?
Do you think there's enough excitement to bring back the fans now?
Which veteran players are the least likely to be back
Are you excited at all for the lottery
Would you rather Denver stay put at 13 or should they try to trade up or down in the draft
Which team are you rooting for?
Can the Bulls or Raptors pull off the upset
Which teams in the west could fall out of the playoffs next year?
The Memphis Grizzlies have about as much momentum as a team down 0-2 in the 2017 NBA Playoffs can have. Will it translate in to a win or two in the friendly confines of FedExForum? Hosts Joe Mullinax and Brandon Conner discuss that and more on the latest episode of GBBLive!
After the guys break down Head Coach David Fizdale's rant, they will welcome fellow GBBer Matt Hrdlicka on the podcast to talk potential adjustments the Memphis Fighting Fizdales can make at home and if any of this newfound energy matters in the long run in this series. Joe and Brandon will also welcome Quixem Ramirez of SB Nation's Pounding the Rock blog to talk about how much missing Tony Allen is hurting Memphis and how nervous (if at all) Spurs fans are heading in to Games Three and Four.
All this and much more on the latest episode of GBBLive, sponsored by Grizz Essentials! Follow the show on Twitter @GBBLive and be sure to subscribe to the podcast on ITunes.
It has been a tough week for The Replay as reports surfaced about the downfall of our favorite NBA power couple. We look back on the 13+ years of romance between Lala and Carmelo Anthony while pondering how sad this moment must be for their son, Kiyan. We also question whether NBA love is really possible with a very depressing game of NBA divorce trivia. We promise to be back with something positive soon, but in the meantime- pray for LaMelo!
Sean Anderson, Ricky Widmer, and Dave Oster discuss Miles Bridges' decision to stay at Michigan State. Is this a mitake by Bridges?
Additional Topics: Carmelo Anthony's future 2017 NBA Draft: Overrated Prospects
(Recorded on: April 15th, 2017)
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