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This week on Hoops Lounge Phil Boileau, Marc Griffin, and Mota Elb discuss the Houston Rockets, Knicks woes, and Findlay Prep.
"1st Quarter" Houston Rockets:
Are they legitimite contenders?
Fear The Beard? Is James Harden an MVP type leader?
How valuable is Chandler Parsons?
Why is Dwight Howard buying in?
How have GM Daryl Morey and Kevin McHale led them towards success?
"In The Post" head to head battle between Phil and Mota:
Where is Carmelo Anthony headed this summer?
Is Phil Jackson the new Knicks saviour?
Would you rather draft a young Larry Bird or Magic Johnson?
What would make the Detroit Pistons a winning team again?
How amazing are the Reebok Retro Shop commercials?
If you were an NBA All-Star, what pins would you have on your warmup jacket? (via @HabItHerWay)
Naismith Moment: A look at basketball history, culture, and Canadian ballers.
Former Toronto Raptor JYD Jerome Williams coaching high school powerhouse Findlay Prep.
1st Annual "JYD Classic" at Air Canada Centre and how Jerome is coming back to his Toronto roots, and supporting Canadian Basketball.
An interview with Findlay Prep star Justin "Action" Jackson from Toronto who may be the next big Canadian NBA star.
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Dial 929-477-4171 to join the post game Knicks Fan Forum immediately after the game. Immediate reaction of the J.R. Smith & Iman trade to Cleveland. We will discuss the results of the game of what was positive, what was negative. Items that fans liked what they saw, things that can use improvement. We will discuss player personnel & coaching moves that occurred in the game. Progression of the triangle offense and the new regime. We encourage fan interaction with other fans respectfully & verbally by bringing your opinions to this platform Most importantly, this is about YOU….the fans!! Twitter: @BleedBlueShow
NBA All-Star weekend has concluded and I'll run through each of the events that made up the weekend. Team World defeated Team USA, 121-112. Patrick Beverley, of the Houston Rockets, took down Brandon Knight in the Skills Challenge. In the 3-point contest, to not many people's surprise, Stephen Curry shot his heart out and beat the competition. In the dunk contest, Zach LaVine beat Victor Oladipo in the finals. To wrap up the weekend, the Western Conference beat the Eastern Conference, 163-158.
I'll go through many of the weekend's performers and what their futures will look like for not only the rest of the 2014-15 NBA season, but for their respective careers.
Tonight I welcome in Joe Ostrowski, Host and Executive Producer at 670 The Score here in Chicago. I'll ask Joe about the recent talk surrounding Chicago Bears big-timers Jay Cutler and Brandon Marshall. He'll also offer up his thoughts on the recent struggles of the Chicago Bulls, who fell to the Houston Rockets 101-90 on Wednesday night. I'll have open phone lines later in the show, so call in @ (347) 327-9183 ! I want your thoughts on whether the Bears should keep Jay Cutler and Brandon Marshall or get rid of them. Who or what is the problem with these Bulls? Is the Blackhawks recent slump starting to worry you?
Live with Feulner delivers expert analysis and up-to-the minute sports news. Join hosts Johnny Feulner and Mike Zavoluk Monday night at 6 p.m. ET on H4TV, as they discuss Chris Bosh's possible departure to Houston, Carmelo Anthony potentially going to the Lakers, LeBron's possible return to Cleveland, the MLB All-Star Game snubs, the New York Yankees' moves this past weekend, the St. Louis Cardinals possibly in the mix for David Price, Johnny Manziel's bathroom photo, and if Robert Griffin III will return to form in 2014. Call in live at 347-202-0508
Kobe Bryant and the Los Angeles Lakers are used to contending for championships, but through five games the team is tied with the Philadelphia 76ers (0-6) for the fewest wins in the league -- zero.
Bryant’s disdain for losing and the struggles of the Lakers prompted an interesting question: Would the Lakers and Knicks benefit from a trade involving Bryant?
New York has Phil Jackson, the Triangle offense and cap space to absorb Bryant’s contract and the Lakers aren’t going to contend this season with or without the team’s longtime superstar.
Conversely, the Houston Rockets were undefeated until Saturday night after some experts believed the team would take a step back with the loss of Chandler Parsons and free agency addition of Trevor Ariza.
In the Eastern Conference, the Cleveland Cavaliers have gotten off to a slow start (2-3) and not dominated out of the gate as many predicted.
With that in mind, Michael Scotto of SheridanHoops joined Yahoo! Sports Radio to discuss the struggles of the Lakers and Cavaliers, the rumors surrounding Bryant and how James Harden and Dwight Howard have carried the Rockets.
Good morning people! Today we officially begin our talks on the Association, primarily discussing some of the recent outings from some of the NBA's teams, as well as analyzing and disecting some of the teams and players currently this season before the All-Star break. There is plenty of action going on so we're excited! And if we get the chance, we might shed some light on our thoughts on the whole Mayweather/Pacman fight... You won't wanna miss this episode of POH!
In Episode 4 of the State of Independence Sixers podcast, Jeff and Mike discuss all things pertaining to the Sixers trade deadline! We break down the Sixers' three deadline deals which departed with reigning Rookie of the Year Michael Carter-Williams, as well as current rookie on the rise in K.J. McDaniels for a stockpile of more draft picks, JaVale McGee and Isaiah Canaan. We break things down trade-by-trade as well as go into detail on the team's future, MCW's legacy and the judgment day that's approaching soon for Sam Hinkie.
You can now follow us on the app Stitcher along with all your other favorite podcasts! If you like what we do, feel free to rate us as well! The link to the app version of our show is below.
You can also follow us on Twitter @76ersreport.
Tonight, in honor of His Airness's 52nd birthday, I offer my take on why Michael Jordan is the greatest player in NBA history and what separates him from the current "King" of the NBA Lebron James. I'll also discuss NBA Commissioner Adam Silver's recent comments regarding a potential change in the league's playoff seeding format. Should the NBA do away with the current system and take the top 16 teams regardless of conferences? I'll give you my take, what's yours? Open phone lines at (347) 327-9183. Tune in! Call in!
Dan the Man and the Big Jack host Sports Time Radio and bring you a couple of team previews for the upcoming baseball season. They'll start the podcast with Reid Hanson from www.SportsDFW.com to talk Texas Rangers and then at 5:30 Eric Huysman from www.ClimbingTalsHIll.com comes back on the podcast to talk Houston Astros with us. Your fantasy draft has to be right around the corner; so you'll be able to get a preview of how top players from these teams might do in 2015. Remember that any sport at any time and anywhere = Sports Time Radio. www.SportsTimeRadio.com on Twitter @SportsTimeRadio @Burketime @DanZeeeMan and @MrFanofSports
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