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Max answers who he thinks is better; Michael Jordan or LeBron James? In light of the conclusion of “The Last Dance” documentary, has your stance on the big NBA debate changed?  

What will the NBA season look like if and when the league resumes play later this year after Coronavirus concerned are contained? Clippers head coach Doc Rivers is privy to some of what the league is thinking and shared it gave the scoop to CLNS Media on the “Cedric Maxwell Podcast” this week. Rivers supports

Showtime With Coop with special guest: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar On the episode: What was it like when Magic joined the team? What did Kareem learn from John Wooden? Where did Kareem’s love for jazz come from? To get an autographed copy of Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s book Coach Wooden and Me visit: Showtime With Coop is presented

Max shares how he and the Celtics organization reunited years after his trade and how a conversation with Red Auerbach changed his life forever. Also, find out how Max plans to reunite Allen and Kevin Garnett    

Cedric Maxwell never pulls any punches about what’s on his mind. Whether on this podcast or his endless list of guest appearances, the Boston Celtics radio broadcast, Max has been nothing short of hostile for anyone who trashes 2008 NBA Champion and 2013 Celtics’ cast away. Finally, Cornbread has his opportunity to relay his feelings

Max and Josue relive the most unfathomable and incredible moments in sports history, including the NBA’s Malice in the Palace brawl and Mike Tyson’s unforgettable fight. Cedric Maxwell then shares his own personal ‘HOLY SH*T!’ moment in Boston This Episode is powered by Awaken180 Join Cedric Maxwell & Kendrick Perkins on their journey to healthy

Max talks about the worst date he’s ever had and challenges Josue to top his story as what Max calls “the worst date of all-time.” Tune in to find out why his night out with this particular woman was so awful. This Episode is powered by Awaken180 Join Cedric Maxwell & Kendrick Perkins on their

BOSTON — While the NBA & Boston Celtics have turned to suspended games during the coronavirus, Max finds himself suddenly a bit bored. Max does as Max do, he turns to talking about the Celtics… thus far this week, Cornbread has done the media junket with appearances on CNN, NBC, CBS Radio, Toucher and Rich,

Max and Josue reflect on the tragic event of January 26, 2020 — an unforgettable day when a helicopter crash claimed the lives of Kobe and Gianna Bryant along with seven others in Calabasas, CA. Max suggests what the NBA should do to honor Kobe Bryant’s legacy while Josue remembers what Kobe’s career and last

Max opens up about his own divorce, in typical Cornbread light fashion. Complete transparency, holding nothing back. This leads  Josue into a discussion about news of Paul Pierce recent divorce filing and the average divorce rate among former NBA players, 89%? -ouch.   As always light hearted Max ribs his buddies a bit. Josue and

Max and Josue relive their favorite Christmas Day moments in this special episode. They also share the best Christmas gifts they’ve ever received and react to the NBA suspending Isaiah Thomas   Follow Max on Twitter at & Josue Pavon over at Support Max’s Podcast Management by following & visit their site

Jeff tells the story of why Isaiah Thomas blocked him on Twitter while him and Bob both react to Thomas’ two-game suspension for confronting a fan in Philadelphia. Bob and Jeff also go through NCAA Men’s Basketball Rankings in this Christmas edition episode.  

BOSTON — As much as Cornbread loves talking about off-the-court issues, the Celtics season has been to exciting to ignore for too long. Max and Josue hone in on the C’s recent 2 game skid, Jaylen Brown’s struggles since Hayward returned, Marcus Smart’s injury impact and the Shaq, Barkley, Embiid drama. Sticking with Joel, Max

This episode of the Causeway Street Podcast, is powered by ExpressVPN, the #1 for streaming the NBA! Visit to get 3 months for free with a 1-year package Celtics lose in back-to-back games to two playoff teams in the East. Are the Sixers mentally more tough than Boston when it comes to late-game execution? Does

Cedric Maxwell answers who he thinks was the better player, Larry Bird or Magic Johnson? Josue Pavon talks about why Luka Doncic has impressed him the most this season and compares him to an NBA legend – a comparison Max agrees with.  

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