NBA Draft and College Basketball Expert Sam Vecenie talks all levels of hoops.

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In this episode, current senior writer at The Athletic and former Memphis Grizzlies executive John Hollinger and I break down the 2020 NBA Draft. We run through what we look for in prospects, the pre-draft process’s value, and break down a lot of the highest profile prospects in the 2020 draft. 

In this episode, actual basketball content! We break down the NBA Awards we would vote for if the season ends today (and it looks like it might). MVP, All-NBA, DPOY, all the good stuff. But we open on a couple of things, including a hilarious scuttled Knicks-Hornets deal, and the sham that is the NCAA’s

In this episode, Dieter Kurtenbach joins. We went heavy on the US response to the coronavirus epidemic for the first 21 minutes. If you’re not interested in listening to complaints about the federal government’s response to COVID-19, then skip to the 21:00 mark.  Then, we chat about Josh Harris and the 76ers trying to convince

In this episode, Chris Stone from The Sporting News joins us to chat about Kansas, its national title banner, and how I want them to do it.  Then, we break down the NBA Draft and Chris and I run through a lot of the prospects. 

In this episode, Dieter joins and we talk for some time about coronavirus, the bummer that is the sports world, and what you can watch in the meantime without sports. Oh, and some coaching carousel stuff. 

In this episode, Dieter Kurtenbach joins to chat about the Houston Rockets being super fun and enjoyable; the Bulls being a total mess; and Collin Sexton! Collin Sexton is a legitimately good scorer! Oh, and I made Dieter talk with me about the Democratic Primary. 

Because it doesn’t seem like anyone is talking enough about how the Bucks are one of the literal best teams in NBA history through 58 games, I had The Athletic’s Eric Nehm on to break down how exceptional this team is. Why they’re so good, and why we should believe in them come title time. 

The 76ers remain the most fascinating team in the league to me, so I decided to make Derek Bodner come on and chat about it. He’s the most plugged-in person in the market, so if he can’t figure it out, no one can, right? We leave no stone unturned, chatting about the Al Horford fit,

In this episode, I’m joined by Jovan Buha from The Athletic, and we chat about the NBA now that we’ve hit the proverbial “Second Half.”  We start on the Brooklyn Nets with news of Kyrie Irving being out for the year. How does this affect the rest of their season? But more importantly, how does

In this episode, Jim Root from the Three Man Weave joins, and we start with All-Star weekend, breaking down what we thought of the increase competitiveness of the event this year.  Then, we move to John Beilein, chatting about why this thing didn’t work, why I don’t expect him to coach the Cavs again, and

In this episode, I chat with Dieter Kurtenbach. First, I explain where the podcast has been. Then, I chat with Dieter about the Warriors-Timberwolves trade. What are the Warriors doing? Where are they going from here? Then we chat about All-Star weekend. And finish on the Oscars, and my excitement about Parasite winning. 

In this episode, I get with Rob Dauster over at NBC Sports and we chat about a few different topics. We open with 15 minutes on Kobe Bryant, then we move on to discuss Coach K yelling at the Duke fans like a crazy person because it’s hilarious.  Finally, we spend the majority of the

In this episode, I’m joined by Dieter Kurtenbach, where we chat about who should make the 2020 NBA All-Star Game. We run through in categories and by conference. We say who the No-Doubters are, the very likely guys, and the wild cards who could crash the party. Then we chat a bit about movies, about

In this episode, I’m joined by Michael Pina from SB Nation, the Winning Plays Podcast, and the Open Floor podcast.  We chatted about a few things. First we hit quickly on the Atlanta-Minnesota deal at the top. Then, we chatted about Kyrie Irving making comments about what he thinks is or is not the future

In this episode, Dieter Kurtenbach is back, and we really run the gamut of sports. We talk Green Bay-San Francisco, then Clemson-LSU and Dabo Swinney.  Then, we move into the meat of the episode, where we discuss if the NBA Media is Biased toward big markets.  Finally, we chat about the Oscars. Or rather, I

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