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ESPN’s Jay Bilas might be the loudest voice in favor of paying college players for his/her likeness. I can’t trace how long he’s been on this island, but it feels like longer than everyone else. However, Jay is also someone that understand how the NCAA can derail progress through the court systems. After all Jay
00:00 WELCOME BACK 00:50 welcome @AaronLarsuel 04:30 Ruminating Lebron 11:15 Doc throws a log in the fire 16:00 House divided? 19:00 Lakers preseason takeaways 21:00 The matchup 25:30 Across the hallway 28:30 Clippers-Lakers Predictions You can follow Aaron @AaronLarsuel on Twitter and Instagram and subscribe to The Official Lakers Podcast. Send all Twitter questions to
We preview the Western Conference for the 2019-20 NBA season. Are the Clippers clear cut favorites to come out of the West, or do the Rockets, Lakers and even the Warriors have something to say about that? We also discuss LeBron James backpedaling on his comments regarding China. Plus, talk league and Celtics headlines. This episode
It’s been a long summer but the 2019-2020 NBA season is finally here. The NBA wasted no time in giving fans the marquee matchup that they have been clamoring for, pitting the Los Angeles Lakers against the Clippers on opening night. For the Lakers, who have remade their roster after trading Lonzo Ball, Brandon Ingram,
Celtics show Jaylen Brown the money. Boston and Brown agreed to terms on a four-year contract extension worth a reported $115 million. Elsewhere, Domantas Sabonis and Dejounte Murray agree to smaller extensions with Pacers, Spurs, respectively. Zion Williamson won’t make his NBA debut for the New Orleans Pelicans for some time after knee surgery. Subscribe
With the preseason over the Los Angeles Lakers now have their sights set on Tuesday’s season opener against the Los Angeles Clippers. Head coach Frank Vogel learned a lot about his team over the last few weeks as he experimented with lineups and plays searching for combinations that will find success in the regular season.
Jaylen Brown is gambling on himself. Personally, I think it’s a smart move. I’m a big fan of Brown. His development over the years has perturbed a few, but each year he seems to carve a role out for himself to flourish. He did that two years ago in the playoffs when they needed him
Matisse Thybulle’s incredible defense continues to dominate the conversation as the 76ers near the end of their preseason schedule. Derek Bodner and Rich Hofmann of The Athletic Philadelphia discuss what they’ve seen so far. Read more at https://sixersbeat.libsyn.com/#XsrMbdLeSdiEcVdf.99
On today’s podcast we discuss the following topics: Thunder Pre-Season wrap up What did we learn? Should the Thunder trade for Buddy Hield? Carls Jr. And so much more Thanks for listening and subscribe on iTunes! Support the people that support Down to Dunk, Shop Good, BetOnline.ag, and Manscaped!
Jarod and Jenna are back with their final preseason pod before the 2019-2020 NBA season! They are joined by the co-host of the Bill Rhoden on Sports Podcast Jamal Murphy. They talk the latest on the NBA & China situation. What was LeBron really trying to say? Is it fair to criticize him? They talk
Brian, Michael and Rich break down the breakout performance by Carsen Edwards against the Cavs along with the play of Grant Williams, Tremont Waters, Javonte Green and Tacko Fall this preseason (3:00). The guys also preview the hierarchy in the East with a preseason edition of the power rankings (22:00)
According to a Yahoo report, Jaylen Brown told the Celtics no on a four-year, $80 million extension. The sides have until Monday to reach a deal. Jayson Tatum will be back next year for sure, as his rookie scale option was picked up. Subscribe to the Celtics Newsfeed on iTunes, Stitcher, and WATCH on youtube.com/CLNSMedia. The Football season
Cedric Maxwell and Josue Pavon deep dive into the Celtics upcoming season. Expectations for the Celtics and who/what are the keys to Brad Stevens, Kemba Walker, Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown leading their squad back to contention in the Eastern Conference.
Celtics rookies show out in preseason finale, 118-95 win in Cleveland. Carsen Edwards went wild with nine 3-pointers and 30 points, while Tremont Waters added 24 and Grant Williams did it all. Robert Williams III started at center, but left after just three minutes with concussion-like symptoms. Subscribe to the Celtics Newsfeed on iTunes, Stitcher, and WATCH
Frank Martin came aboard Good ‘N Plenty this week for a special interview with Jeff Goodman. For SEO purposes I have to lead with that. Those of you that blog understand what I mean. For those of you that don’t, don’t sweat it. It’s really inconsequential. Now I’ve had the luxury of being Jeff Goodman’s
Jarod and Jenna are back and they are finishing their 2019-2020 NBA eastern conference preview. They are joined by their friends Bryan Fonseca and Dexter Henry of the Ain’t Hard To Tell Podcast. They break down every team in the east, division by division. They answer the following questions for each squad: What are you
Tacko Fall isn’t going anywhere. Well, at least outside of the Boston Celtics’ eyes. The Celtics announced Sunday some tricky bookwork to retain the rights to Tacko. We have signed rookie Max Strus to a standard NBA contract and converted center Tacko Fall to a two-way contract. #FlywireTeamTransactionshttps://t.co/dJHDFrV1Tm — Boston Celtics (@celtics) October 13, 2019
We’re talking Celtics preseason concerns, including frontcourt issues and which rookies will have significant roles this year. Plus, we discuss the NBA and China’s current relationship, plus other league headlines and more. Tune in. This episode of the Causeway Street Podcast is powered by BetOnline.ag, the go-to site for online betting Head to https://www.BetOnline.AG Enter
The Preseason Celtics continued to cruise on Sunday. Meanwhile, Boston signed new deals with rookies Max Strus and Tacko Fall. Strus is now on a two-year contract with the Celtics, while Fall has a two-way deal and will spend much of his year developing with the Maine Red Claws. The Celtics beat Cleveland 118-72 on
On today’s podcast we discuss the following topics: Bazley’s potential, position, and comps for him Ranking the young Thunder prospects SGA’s defensive potential And so much more Thanks for listening and subscribe on iTunes! Support the people that support Down to Dunk, KP’s Cleaning Service and Payton Marie Photography!
Preseason Game #3. Boston Celtics vs. Cleveland Cavaliers. 3:00 p.m. TD Garden, Boston, MA. Tacko Fall is signed, a competition is on between Max Strus and Javonte Green with the starting rotation coming into focus. Brad Wanamaker sits for Boston, Kevin Love and Darius Garland remains out. Bobby Manning and Taylor McCloud will be breaking down
The Los Angeles Lakers are leaving China winless in two NBA preseason games against the Brooklyn Nets, and a fresh injury to Anthony Davis’ thumb may be cause for a bit of concern. However, despite those setbacks and the tense political situation that exists between China and the NBA, the trip still provided plenty of
ORLANDO, FL — Max may be in Orlando but that’s not stopping him speaking his mind- what else is new? Today, Max and Josue intended to talk their “Influential People” in their lives. Josue lost control of Cedric and suddenly this turned into the Cedric Maxwell rant-cast. Enjoy.
The preseason Celtics were without Kemba Walker Friday night in Orlando, but the defense was in midseason form in a 100-75 victory. Romeo Langford made his Celtics debut, while Marcus Smart and Daniel Theis moved into the starting lineup. Walker missed the game with knee soreness. Subscribe to the Celtics Newsfeed on iTunes, Stitcher, and WATCH on youtube.com/CLNSMedia.
Preseason Game #2. Boston Celtics @ Orlando Magic. 7:00 p.m. Amway Center Orlando, Florida The Boston Celtics are back. New Season, new hope, new faces..Kemba Walker takes the new-look Celtics into Orlando for this second game of the NBA 2019 pre-season. Brad Stevens’ squad looks to put the drama and disdain of last year behind.
On today’s podcast we discuss the following topics: Thunder beat the Breakers Steven Adams a future piece of the Thunder? Bazely continues to impress Is a brownie a cookie or cake? And so much more Thanks for listening and subscribe on iTunes! Support the people that support Down to Dunk, Shop Good.
Brian, Rich, and Michael open the latest podcast discussing the recent comments made by Al Horford about Kyrie Irving’s free agency and his departure from the Celtics (3:00). They also dive into a Giannis vs. AD debate after Rich Paul’s latest comments, check in on the progress of Markelle Fultz in Orlando, the Lakers’ playoff
Al Horford had some telling quotes this week on his decision to leave the Celtics for Philadelphia. Boston also readies for a preseason game and the debut of rookie lottery pick Romeo Langford tonight. Robert Williams III, Gordon Hayward and Daniel Theis are all available tonight for the Celtics in Orlando. Subscribe to the Celtics
Facci and Alex get you caught up on the latest Pacers news. With contract extensions to Leaf and A. Holiday, the guys discuss the moves and what they like/dislike about them. There was a NEW Pacers jersey that leaked on Twitter today, and it very well could be the 2019-2020 EARNED or CITY jersey! TheListen to "Ep. 54 | Extensions, NEW Jerseys + Preseason Recap/Preview" on Spreaker.
The Los Angeles Lakers preseason game against the Brooklyn Nets may have seen the purple and gold in a losing effort, but wins and losses aren’t really the point during this time of year. Instead, it’s about building chemistry and working out issues before the season starts and the games count. These games are especially
Derek Bodner and Rich Hofmann of The Athletic Philadelphia discuss the Sixers’ scrimmage, their preseason opener against the Guangzhou Loong-Lions, and the controversy the NBA finds itself in following Daryl Morey’s tweet in support of the Hong Kong protestors. Read more at https://sixersbeat.libsyn.com/#i40wLy3g12eO95O2.99
Bob Ryan and Jeff Goodman take a trip around the Association as the NBA preseason gets underway. The two basketball legends talk about the controversy in China and the on court battle for LA and NY supremacy. Can James Harden and Russell Westbrook co-exist, and which team will emerge from the Eastern Conference, the Bucks,
College sports could be changing soon. Some would say sooner the better. Other would prefer for it never to happen. But allowing college athletes to benefit from their likeness is a yearly topic. However this year there is legitimate traction thanks to the California “Fair Pay to Play” Bill. Duke Head Coach Mike Krzyzewski even
Jarod and Jenna are back and they are continuing their 2019-2020 NBA season preview. Today they look at the eastern conference. They are joined by their friends Bryan Fonseca and Dexter Henry of the Ain’t Hard To Tell Podcast. Before they get into the on court action. They discuss the serious issue going on with
Jarod and Jenna are back and they are getting ready for the 2019-2020 NBA season with a western conference preview. They are joined by Jonathan Gomez of The Hoopland Podcast. They break down every team in the west, division by division. They answer the following questions for each squad: What are you most interested in
On today’s podcast we discuss the following topics: 119-104 win against the Mavs (kinda) SGA’s scoring Bazley continuing to impress Rotations STEVEN ADAMS HIT A 3!!! Daryl Morey’s tweet And so much more Thanks for listening and subscribe on iTunes! Support the people that support Down to Dunk, Anatomy Wine Club.
American Elections: Wicked Game is a new podcast from the host of Wondery’s American History Tellers (Lindsay Graham) that will explore all 58 presidential elections, leading up to the big day in November 2020. From the inevitable election of George Washington in 1789, to Donald Trump’s surprise electoral victory in 2016, we’ll attempt to discover if there ever was a “good ol’ days,” or if
Celtics Stuff Live’s Justin Poulin and Jon Duke talked about the Celtics first preseason game against the Charlotte Hornets. Good signs from Jayson Tatum’s shot selection and Gordon Hayward relentless attack toward the basket left some very positive signs for the 2020 Celtics. The CSL guys rounded out the show by running up and down
After a long summer, the Los Angeles Lakers are finally back on the basketball court. The 2019-2020 team that has been built around LeBron James and Anthony Davis has the potential to be one of the best teams in the league, and they showed why in their preseason debut against the Golden State Warriors. On
In this episode, friend of the program Robby Kalland from UPRoxx Sports joins the podcast, and we chat about Eastern Conference Over/Under Win totals in the NBA. The order we go in: Golden State, LA Clippers, LA Lakers, Phoenix, Sacramento Then, Denver, Minnesota, Oklahoma City, Portland, Utah Then, Dallas, Houston, Memphis, New Orleans, San Antonio
Tom Westerholm of MassLive.com makes his debut on the Causeway Street Podcast to chat about the 2019-20 Celtics. We talk Kemba Walker’s leadership, Robert Williams III playing more minutes and even Tacko Fall making the roster. Plus, we discuss Kyrie Irving’s comments regarding last season in Boston and of course weigh in on the Shaq
Jayson Tatum had 20 points and the Boston Celtics topped Charlotte in their preseason opener, 107-106. Brad Stevens talks Tatum’s shot selection and his own decision to use a coach’s challenge for the first time. Javonte Green was a perfect 7 of 7 in his TD Garden debut, while Robert Williams III got the first
On today’s podcast we discuss the following topics: Thunder Blue and White Scrimmage SGA’s dominant performance Bazley’s feel for the game Rotations Bold Predictions And so much more Thanks for listening and subscribe on iTunes! Support the people that support Down to Dunk, KP’s Cleaning Service and Payton Marie.
Preseason Postgame #1. Charlotte Hornets @ Boston Celtics. 6:00 p.m. TD Garden, Boston, Massachusetts The Boston Celtics are back. Kemba Walker makes his Celtics debut in Boston tonight against his old team, the Charlotte Hornets. Brad Stevens’ new-look squad looks to put the drama and disdain of last year behind, but Terry Rozier returns in
The Boston Celtics kickoff their preseason slate on Sunday against the Charlotte Terry Roziers (ugh, fine, the Charlotte Hornets). And with a new season on the horizon it’s time to get some predictions out for the season. Adam Kaufman and the C’s reporter Marc D’Amico hash out some of the more important seasonal awards. Celtics
After a long and eventful offseason, the Los Angeles Lakers are finally tipping off the NBA preseason. Optimism is high after a summer trade that brought superstar Anthony Davis to town, whose arrival has the Lakers on a shortlist of contenders this season. On this episode of the LN Podcast, host Trevor Lane shares in
Jarod and Jenna are back and they are getting ready for the 2019-2020 NBA season with a western conference preview. They are joined by Jonathan Gomez of The Hoopland Podcast. They break down every team in the west, division by division. They answer the following questions for each squad: What are you most interested in
On today’s podcast we discuss the following topics: New Player DTD intro Top 8 in the East and West Bold Thunder Predictions Best chain pizza place And so much more Thanks for listening and subscribe on iTunes! Support the people that support Down to Dunk, Shop Good and Manscaped
The Sixers are back practicing in good ‘ol Camden, New Jersey. How does Joel Embiid look? Who’s winning the backup point guard battle? How are Matisse Thybulle and Zhaire Smith faring, and can they break into the rotation? Derek Bodner and Rich Hofmann of The Athletic Philadelphia discuss that, and more, in this week’s episode.
In this episode, friend of the program Robby Kalland from UPRoxx Sports joins the podcast, and we chat about Eastern Conference Over/Under Win totals in the NBA. The order we go in: Boston, Brooklyn, New York, Philadelphia, Toronto Then, Chicago, Cleveland, Detroit, Indiana, Milwaukee Then, Atlanta, Charlotte, Miami, Orlando, Washington Finally, we finish with MVP
It’s been a long and eventful summer but the Los Angeles Lakers are finally back. Preseason is upon us, and that means that we will get our first glimpse at the new-look Lakers, including superstar big man Anthony Davis. Head coach Frank Vogel has his work cut out for him as he works to settle
On today’s podcast we discuss the following topics: Are the Thunder a sinking ship? Chris Paul at media day Andre Roberson’s return Expectations rising for the Thunder? And so much more Thanks for listening and subscribe on iTunes! Support the people that support Down to Dunk, The Mule
Training camp is underway for the Los Angeles Lakers as they prepare for the 2019-2020 NBA season and we are already hearing plenty of great things about the squad. The defense has been the focal point so far, which fits not only coach Frank Vogel’s reputation as a coach but also the personnel that has
The Boston Celtics hosted Media Day on Monday, in advance of training camp. Kemba Walker and Enes Kanter were among those speaking. Talk ranged from Kyrie Irving to a fresh start this year with Walker. The team also touched on the FIBA World Cup and Jaylen Brown’s contract situation. Subscribe to the Celtics Newsfeed on iTunes, Stitcher,
On today’s podcast we discuss the following topics: Media Day Pod! Billy 3:40 CP3 13:51 Adams 24:00 Roberson 35:55 Schroder 44:21 Gallinari 51:46 Ferguson 58:20 Muscala 1:05:56 Patton 1:12:10 Noel 1:17:21 SGA 1:26:49 Diallo 1:34:39 Nader 1:40:13 Burton 1:46:21 Bazley 1:52:18 And so much more Thanks for listening and subscribe on iTunes! Support the people
Jaylen Brown’s upcoming contract negotiations will be a recurring storyline all year. Luckily for the Boston Celtics they recently went through a similar one with another key member of their young core: Marcus Smart. (Now you get the pun in the title of the article. It’s okay if you didn’t get it right away.) The
Celtics Stuff Live’s Justin Poulin and Jon Duke were so glad for Media Day 2019 but things went off the rails fast. Jon brought up Kyrie Irving’s answer last week as to why he left Boston and Justin was not interested in discussing it. At. All. In the show’s second half, the CSL boys pivoted
Will Gordon Hayward be back to All-Star form this season and does Jaylen Brown get a contract extension before next month’s deadline? We discuss, plus talk ESPN’s 100 Best Players List and other NBA headlines to get you ready for Celtics Media Day. Tune in! This episode of the Causeway Street Podcast is powered by
Jarod and Jenna liked having a guest so much last week. This time they brought two! Erin Schiffman and Lawrence Raysor of the Ballers Journal are here to talk hoops. They get into the NCAA and Kansas Jayhawks Basketball. Jarod references an article he wrote about the NCAA ‘Fair Pay to Play Act’ Of course they
The Los Angeles Lakers made a massive move last summer when they brought superstar big man Anthony Davis to town. He will join LeBron James to form what should be one of the very best duos in the NBA as the Lakers hope to return to the playoffs after a six-year absence. The trade took
Brett Brown held his annual media luncheon, and there’s a lot to unpack. From Ben Simmons’ jumper to changes in the team’s defensive scheme to Al Horford maybe not being the primary backup center when the season kicks off, Derek Bodner and Rich Hofmann walk you through it all. Read more at https://sixersbeat.libsyn.com/#H8ETgxFpTG5HhG4e.99
On today’s podcast we discuss the following topics: Sam Presti’s Press Conference Chris Paul in great shape Taking the high road with KD Roberson’s progress And so much more Thanks for listening and subscribe on iTunes! Support the people that support Down to Dunk, Manscaped!
In this episode, Cole Zwicker is here and we break down some early thoughts on the 2020 NBA Draft. Why this draft is still totally wide open. Then, we jump into breaking down LaMelo Ball’s start in the NBL and the hype that it’s generated already. Where are we on this? What do we think
Any avid NBA fan would know that the most heated rivalry, steeped in decades of tradition and titles, is the LA Lakers and Boston Celtics. Recently, Cedric Maxwell (1981 Finals MVP, 1984 Game 7 Hero) and Michael Cooper (5x Champion & famed Larry Legend stopper) sat down and chatted for the 1st time since the
Tom Izzo thinks it’s too early to declare anyone the best team in the country. So when it comes to his Michigan State Spartans squad he’s laughing off the early season praise. “We lost more than people think,” said Izzo. “(Nick) Ward was a starter for most of his three seasons. Of course, (Matt) McQuaid
The Los Angeles Lakers are heading into an important season and veteran guard Rajon Rondo may need to play a major role. After an injury-plagued first season with the team, can Rondo find his way back to relevance? Or will younger players like Alex Caruso, Quinn Cook, and Avery Bradley take over? A look at
Longtime Indiana Pacers writer, Mark Montieth, joins Setting The Pace to preview this upcoming season. Alex and Facci ask Mark about the off-season, which player Mark expects to take the biggest jump, when Oladipo could return and his expectations for this season. The guys then react to Mark’s analysis of the team, and look atListen to "Ep. 52 | Pacers Season Preview with Mark Montieth" on Spreaker.
Celtics Stuff Live’s Justin Poulin and Jon Duke avoided the pleasantries and jumped head first into the first 2020 Celtics season preview of the podcast world. Jon and Justin gave their best guesses as to the team’s starting lineup, closing lineup, and win total; before moving on to a player by player breakdown. It’s fast
On today’s podcast we discuss the following topics: 2 Part Podcast Part 1 is Michele Berra and Fred Katz of the Athletic Ferguson hype Thunder Offseason Part 2 Cray Allred and John Napier New vision for Daily Thunder Starting lineup day 1 and in March And so much more Thanks for listening and subscribe on
We discuss Isaiah Thomas’ injury and if this could be the end or just another setback, plus talk more Celtics and NBA headlines in this ‘ICYMI’ edition of the Causeway Street Podcast. This episode of the Causeway Street Podcast is powered by BetOnline.ag, the go-to site for online betting Head to https://www.BetOnline.AG Enter the promo code:
The Los Angeles Lakers have built an intriguing team around superstars Anthony Davis and LeBron James, hoping that this will be the season that they climb back to the top of the NBA mountain. They added shooters like Danny Green, Quinn Cook, Troy Daniels, Avery Bradley, and Jared Dudley, knowing that having floor spacers is
Here is a fact: Team USA had four Boston Celtics players on it. Another fact: Team USA did not win the FIBA World Cup. However, since those two statements are true you have a lot of the NBA public making the following false accusation: Team USA’s loss in FIBA is the Celtics fault. That is
The Los Angeles Lakers signed guard Avery Bradley to a two-year contract in free agency, hoping that the former defensive ace can regain his form. At one point, Bradley was one of the best defensive guards in the NBA, even making first-team all-defense in the 2015-2016 season. However, since joining the Clippers during the 2017-2018
The NCAA has a hard decision to make concerning some of the biggest programs in the sport. NC State, Arizona, LSU, Kansas were all implied in some way or another in the latest college scandal invested by the FBI. “I think at a minimum a number of these coaches are going to get game suspensions,”
Jarod and Jenna are back and they are joined by the first guest in 7 Footers history, Martin Soaries of Basketball Society. They break down Sports Illustrated’s NBA 100 list. Which players are ranked too high? Which too low? They go off on a tangent and discuss Kobe and where he ranks all time as
Starting with the Dave Chappelle Netflix uproar and touching on sensitive topics such as Cedric’s struggles with speech and articulation in his early career broadcasting Celtics game, the racist column written on him in the Boston Globe and his appearances on CNN over the years… SUPPORT MAX’S SPONSORS: Dudes are always stressed about having to
We discuss Sports Illustrated’s top 100 NBA Players list and Team USA’s Men Basketball in trouble after the worst finish in the program’s history at the FIBA World Cup and more. Tune in! This episode of the Causeway Street Podcast is powered by BetOnline.ag, the go-to site for online betting Head to https://www.BetOnline.AG Enter the
The guys start things off recapping their eventful weekends and conclude segment one, discussing Myles Turner’s comments before playing Rudy Gobert and Team France in the Fiba World Cup. In the final segment, Facci and Alex play a new game of Pacers Fantasy Basketball. The guys each will select 7-players from the Pacers roster, andListen to "Ep. 51 | Pacers Fantasy Basketball + Myles Turner's Comments on Rudy Gobert" on Spreaker.
In this episode, it’s the first one with me as a married podcaster. Dieter joins, discusses the wedding, then we move onto a few different topics. First, we discuss the FIBA World Cup from the US perspective. Why it really doesn’t matter, and why I just couldn’t really get myself to care about any of
Starting with Jay Z and his NFL ambitions, leading right to the Boston Red Sox and rounding out this epic rant with some Donald Trump hate, Cornbread holds back NOTHING today. Additionally, Max reveals the difficulties he experienced, growing up black in the segregated south. It’s not often that you hear these intimate stories from
Last summer, the NBA saw a number of teams come to verbal agreements with players before the free agency period had officially begun. Now, the league is looking to make some changes in order to make teams fall in line and follow the rules. On this episode of the NBA Front Office Show, Trevor Lane
On today’s podcast we discuss the following topics: Frank Ntilikina and if he’s worth trading for Trading OKC’s veterans KD’s comments Harden Trade We are really sorry these are the OKC topics right now… And so much more Thanks for listening and subscribe on iTunes! Support the people that support Down to Dunk, Payton Marie
Celtics Stuff Live’s Justin Poulin and Jon Duke caught up with the FIBA disappointment and how the Celtics on Team USA showed tremendous growth. In the second half of show, the CSL boys talked about Brad Stevens’ interview on CLNS’s Good N Plenty podcast with Jeff Goodman. Brad had some interesting comments on what needs
Derek and Rich preview the upcoming season for Ennis, Bolden and Milton, give thoughts on Charles Barkley’s statue being added to the Legends Walk, go over the SI top 100 player rankings and give embarrassing stories from their time on the beat. Read more at https://sixersbeat.libsyn.com/#LMGLopRGx8a0dxH4.99
Kemba Walker is a fan favorite already and Boston hasn’t even taken the floor yet. On this week’s Good ‘N Plenty podcast Jeff Goodman sat down with Celtics Head Coach Brad Stevens. Stevens mentioned early on that he was a big fan of Boston’s new point guard. He noted he’s followed Kemba since high school.
Brian, Michael and Rich talk about the Celtics takeaways from the play of Kemba Walker, Jaylen Brown, Jayson Tatum and Marcus Smart on Team USA in the aftermath of a couple of losses. The guys also get into the Top 100 SI Rankings and where the Celtics fall in that mix compared to past seasons.
BOSTON LANDING, MA — Basketball Hall-of-Fame scribe Bob Ryan facilitates a fascinating conversation in the privacy of the Red Auerbach Center between two of Reds’s biggest admirers, Boston Celtics head coaches, Doc Rivers and Brad Stevens; co-hosts, along with Bob Ryan, of ABCD’s annual Hoop Dreams Tournament.
Cedric Maxwell is back with another inside look at the rivalry everyone seems to think they know everything about, until now… Max goes deep into the Celtics – Lakers rivalry from a racial point. Looking at how the Showtime Lakers looked at the African American members of the Celtics as traitors or, how Max put
With no Jayson Tatum again, Team USA succumbed to France 89-79 in the FIBA World Cup quarterfinals. Kemba Walker had a dud of a game, and Jaylen Brown and Marcus Smart couldn’t do enough to combat Rudy Gobert’s squad. It was the Americans’ first loss in tournament play since 2006. Subscribe to the Celtics Newsfeed
Podcast Notes: In today’s episode of Setting The Pace (A Pacers Podcast), Alex Golden, Mike Facci and Tyler Smith answer each and every MAILBAG question (35:01) that were submitted via Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. The guys also relive their favorite moments as Pacers fans (21:50) and look at the OCT/NOV portion of the schedule (1:30),Listen to "Ep. 50 | Mailbag! + Favorite Pacers Moments & Predicting The Pacers Record for OCT/NOV" on Spreaker.
We discuss Jayson Tatum’s ankle injury; should the Celtics be concerned and should he ever return to play for Team USA again? Plus, we talk #NBA headlines and more. Tune in! This episode of the Causeway Street Podcast is powered by BetOnline.ag, the go-to site for online betting Head to https://www.BetOnline.AG Enter the promo code: CLNS50 For
Anyone over the age of 40 remembers Cedric Maxwell’s battle with Philadelphia fans at the Spectrum in the early ’80s. Max also recounts his involvement in the ICONIC Larry Bird vs Dr. J fisticuffs. Generally, Max and Josue talk about being a former pro athlete, MVP and current media member and how it affects the
Celtics Stuff Live’s Justin Poulin and Jon Duke didn’t have a whole lot of Celtics news to pour over this week, but Team USA is filing the void quite nicely. A pair of wins against Japan and Greece put the Team USA into the World Cup quarterfinals, but it was the work of Jaylen Brown
While Jayson Tatum missed his third-straight game, Kemba Walker, Jaylen Brown and Marcus Smart combined for 36 points to help Team USA beat Brazil, get to knockout round and qualify for 2020 Olympic Games. Tatum is expected back soon from a sprained ankle. The US will play France in the quarterfinals on Wednesday.
The 2019-2020 NBA campaign is going to be a fun and crazy ride. After seeing All-Star duos formed in Brooklyn (Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving), Los Angeles (LeBron James, Anthony Davis) and Utah (Mike Conley, Rudy Gobert), the Clippers and Rockets joined the party and in the process shocked the league. While fans collectively held their
On today’s podcast we discuss the following topics: Thunder Mailbag with Michele Berra Difference between FIBA and NBA What moves should Presti make to rebuild Comparing the young Thunder players And so much more Thanks for listening and subscribe on iTunes! Support the people that support Down to Dunk, Payton Marie Photo and KP’s Cleaning
How has Furkan Korkmaz looked in the FIBA World Cup? And what should you look out for when the Sixers begin training camp later this month? Derek Bodner and Rich Hofmann of The Athletic Philadelphia discuss that, and more, in this week’s episode. Read more at https://sixersbeat.libsyn.com/#j36SoZwsRy5qQujt.99
Gordon Hayward’s progress is on the short list of most important developments of the offseason. If he can rekindle some of his stats from his days with the Utah Jazz then Boston becomes a legitimate threat in the East. Last season reports emerged that some of the Celtics players weren’t thrilled with Gordon’s immediate insertion
Greece coach Thanasis Skourtopoulos benched Milwaukee Bucks superstar and reigning NBA MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo in the final frame of the United States’ 69-53 win vs. Greece. Giannis sat the entire fourth quarter, however, when he was in the game, Boston Celtics guard Marcus Smart and the rest of Team USA were able to defend at a
Coach Nick is joined by Jared Weiss of The Athletic to discuss why Vlade Divac is being inducted into the hall of fame – as a way ahead of his time ball handling center. They also discuss Russell Westbrook’s off the court persona, and why 3 point percentage in the NBA isn’t rising.
Brian, Michael and Rich discuss the play of Jaylen Brown, Jayson Tatum, Marcus Smart and Kemba Walker on Team USA before diving into Mike’s latest column at SB Nation that suggests the Celtics go super-small at times with their best five players next season. Is this something they could get away with the Eastern Conference?
On today’s podcast we discuss the following topics: Chris Paul Body Issue…. Should OKC go after Devin Booker, Aaron Gordon or…? Long term plans for OKC Sandwiches And so much more Thanks for listening and subscribe on iTunes! Support the people that support Down to Dunk, BetOnline.AG!
Chander Parsons knows what it’s like to deal with high expectations. His time with the Memphis Grizzlies is infamous at this point. 73 games, less than 1,500 minutes. All of that came with a hefty price tag: four-years, $94 million. And the aftermath is still flooding his Twitter mentions today. Parsons admits he understands why
Jaylen Brown and Kemba Walker combined for 35 points to cover for an injured Marcus Smart and Jayson Tatum in Team USA’s 98-45 win over Japan at the FIBA World Cup. The Americans move to 3-0 and into the second round of group play in China. They meet Giannis Antetokounmpo and Greece on Saturday.
Celtics Stuff Live’s Justin Poulin and Jon Duke put down their rosary beads praying for Jayson Tatum’s injured ankle for a brief moment to podcast. Tatum’s injury was front and center for this episode, and his continuingly growing role. In the show’s second half, the CSL guys looked further into the Tatum/Brown/Kemba/Smart/Gordon lineup they talked
The Los Angeles Lakers have dealt with more than their fair share of strange drama over the years, including Vlad Radmonovic’s snowboarding injury, Jim Buss’ self-imposed deadline, and of course, D’Angelo Russell’s infamous video. Now, guard Alex Caruso is dealing with the minor issue of a random drug test that might not be so random
Segment 1 – Alex and Facci look at how Myles Turner and Domas Sabonis are doing in the Fiba World Cup. Plus, why the Pacers need to extend Sabonis. Segment 2 – The guys are joined by Rohan Katti from Behind The Buck Pass to discuss Malcolm Brogdon’s potential and role with the Pacers. SegmentListen to "Ep. 49 | Sabonis Worthy of Extension? + A Malcolm Brogdon Breakdown" on Spreaker.
The Americans battled through overtime to best Turkey 93-92 in pool play at the FIBA World Cup, and Team USA saw Boston Celtics forward Jayson Tatum limp off the court at the end with a sprained ankle. The US is 2-0 in Group E, and got a monster all-around game from Kemba Walker to avoid
In this episode, I chat with Cole Zwicker, where we run through our yearly tradition, where we break down our top-25 players who are 23 or younger in the NBA. As usual, the rules are simple: any player born in 1996 or later in eligible that is currently in the NBA. We break them down
We’re answering your Celtics and NBA questions submitted through our social media outlets in our first-ever mailbag episode. Plus, NBA headlines and much more. Tune in. This episode of the Causeway Street Podcast is powered by BetOnline.ag, the go-to site for online betting. Head to https://www.betonline.ag Enter the promo code: CLNS50 for a 50% welcome bonus
On today’s podcast we discuss the following topics: FIBA World Cup Gallinari’s importance to the Thunder Andrew Wiggins trade? Chris Paul stats from last season And so much more Thanks for listening and subscribe on iTunes! Support the people that support Down to Dunk, KP’s Cleaning Services and Payton Marie Photography!
Kemba Walker and Jayson Tatum started for Team USA in an 88-67 victory over the Czech Republic at the FIBA World Cup Sunday morning. Marcus Smart, Jaylen Brown, Vincent Poirier and Daniel Theis were also involved in opening-round games. Subscribe to the Celtics Newsfeed on iTunes, Stitcher, and WATCH on youtube.com/CLNSMedia.
Jaylen Brown and Jayson Tatum are two of the brightest young players in the league. Brown is already making waves as a standout voice in players association. Meanwhile Jayson is already garnering Nike shoe deals. Both hopefully are big parts of Boston’s future. But after lackluster seasons last year, Tatum more so than Brown, which
The Los Angeles Lakers have high hopes for the upcoming season after assembling an intriguing roster around stars LeBron James and Anthony Davis. With role players like Danny Green, Quinn Cook, Avery Bradley, Jared Dudley, and most recently, Dwight Howard, brought in, Los Angeles is ready to fight for positioning in the Western Conference. However,
On today’s podcast we discuss the following topics: Are all the Thunder starters overpaid? What improvements do the young Thunder players need to make? Thunder broadcast team Cringe worthy Office moments And so much more Thanks for listening and subscribe on iTunes! Support the people that support Down to Dunk, BetOnline.ag!
In this episode, I chat with Cole Zwicker, where we run through our yearly tradition, where we break down our top-25 players who are 23 or younger in the NBA. As usual, the rules are simple: any player born in 1996 or later in eligible that is currently in the NBA. We break them down
In another entertaining and informative off season discussion on the NBA, Coach Nick and Jared Weiss go back and forth about what it takes to get into the Hall Of Fame, defend the value of Julius Randle, and argue about whether the Brooklyn Nets are ready to leapfrog over the Boston Celtics this year. Read
Celtics Stuff Live’s Justin Poulin and Jon Duke lamented the long postseason but jumped into the reasons why this offseason seems particularly long. In the show’s second half, the CSL guys examined the reasons as to why optimism still exists in spite of such a challenging offseason. Could Brad Stevens use an incredibly experimental lineup? Lastly, in
In this episode, I chat with Cole Zwicker, where we run through our yearly tradition, where we break down our top-25 players who are 23 or younger in the NBA. As usual, the rules are simple: any player born in 1996 or later in eligible that is currently in the NBA. We break them down
Texas might become a basketball state again, but not for the reason you think it is. The Red Raiders danced their way to the National Championship game last year. The year prior they made it to the Elite Eight before Villanova bounced them out. That marked the first time since 2004-05 that Texas Tech made
After discussing the latest round of video showcasing Ben Simmons shooting jumpers, Derek and Rich discuss what the Sixers’ rotations might look like with the revamped roster. Read more at https://sixersbeat.libsyn.com/#iG6Vl1SJ2gAkjUIx.99
We debate about the Celtics All-Decade Team of the 2010s, our starting five and top three players off the bench, plus one wild card spot. We’ll also talk Team USA and NBA news, tune in! This episode of the Causeway Street Podcast is powered by BetOnline.ag, the go-to site for online betting Head to https://www.BetOnline.AG
On today’s podcast we discuss the following topics: Perception of NBA coaches Is Steven Adams underrated? In depth look at SGA and Gallinari stats And so much more Thanks for listening and subscribe on iTunes! Support the people that support Down to Dunk, Payton Marie Photography and KP’s Cleaning Services!
The United States lost for the first time in the previous 78 games in international play, dropping an exhibition game vs. Australia, 98-94. How did Boston Celtics players Kemba Walker, Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown fare? And how did Marcus Smart look coming back from injury? Plus, Dwight Howard joins the Lakers. The CLNS Media
Team USA finalized it’s roster on Saturday morning after losing to Australia. Good news for the Boston Celtics: All four C’s players on the initial roster made the team. Marcus Smart, Kemba Walker, Jayson Tatum, and Jaylen Brown will don the red, white, and blue for the upcoming FIBA World Cup. Team USA starts their
Brian, Michael and Rich walk through the alternate reality of a Celtics team in 2019 if the team had never pulled the trigger on the Kyrie Irving deal, including unveiling a hypothetical starting five two years later. They also dissect the team’s path now in the wake of the Irving deal not working out as
Don’t miss another triumphant return of Dave DuFour to the podcast, joining Coach Nick and Jared Weiss as they break down the twitter chicken feud between Popeye’s and Wendy’s (Chic-Fil-A won) as well as go around the league to discuss the Lakers center problem, the depth of the West, and more!
Kemba Walker scored 23 points to help Team USA by Australia 102-86 in Melbourne during a FIBA World Cup exhibition game. Jaylen Brown and Jason Tatum scored in double figures as well, but Marcus Smart did not play. Subscribe to the Celtics Newsfeed on iTunes, Stitcher, and WATCH on youtube.com/CLNSMedia.
NCAA basketball has gone through a small face lift recently with some rule changes. Rebounders can no longer “hook and hold”, the three point shot was moved back, and the shot clock is now six seconds shorter. Personally, I LOVE that the shot clock is shorter. Full disclosure: I enjoy the NBA more than college
Celtics Stuff Live’s Justin Poulin and Jon Duke broke down Tacko Fall’s visit to the teacups at Canobie Lake Park before moving on to the Shamrock Team USA’s move down under in preparation for the FIBA World Cup. With only a scrimmage against Spain to discuss, it was time to dig deep back into the
In today’s episode of Setting The Pace, Alex and Facci give their Top 10 Pacers Moments of the Decade. In addition to that, Alex and Facci discuss the latest article from J Michael from the Indy Star – regarding the teams displeasure with Tyreke Evans, they preview Myles Turner’s Team USA experience and have SettingListen to "Ep. 48 | Top 10 Pacers Moments of the Decade" on Spreaker.
The breakout star of the NBA’s annual survey of rookies was none other than Boston Celtics’ second-rounder Carsen Edwards. He and Boston’s other draft picks dotted the survey votes throughout. In Team USA news, Marcus Smart is back practicing with Gregg Popovich’s squad ahead of Thursday night’s exhibition in Australia. Subscribe to the Celtics Newsfeed
Jarod and Jenna talk about Daryl Morey’s statement that James Harden is a better scorer than Michael Jordan. Boogie is hurt again, where does he go from here? What do the Lakers do? Jarod and Jenna look ahead at the NBA schedule and each highlight 5 games they are most looking forward to! We have
The 2019-2020 Celtics schedule is out and we’re breaking down some key matchups to keep an eye on for the Celtics in the upcoming season. Plus, we discuss Team USA training camp and headlines around the league. Tune in. This episode of the Causeway Street Podcast is powered by Betonline.ag, the go-to site for online
Derek chats with Kyle Neubeck of PhillyVoice on a number of topics surrounding the 76ers, going over the legitimacy of some of the weaknesses which could potentially prevent the 76ers from making their first NBA Finals appearance in nearly two decades. Read more at https://sixersbeat.libsyn.com/#OkPfB6FFCBFePET7.99
Derek chats with Kyle Neubeck of PhillyVoice on a number of topics surrounding the 76ers, going over the legitimacy of some of the weaknesses which could potentially prevent the 76ers from making their first NBA Finals appearance in nearly two decades. Read more at https://sixersbeat.libsyn.com/#2lUIHFdCPzdbwTFw.99
A lot of you agree that the Celtics biggest loss this offseason was Al Horford. Hard to argue. What he does on both ends of the floor goes unnoticed/under-appreciated. Defensively he was the quarterback of the defense. He was a perfect fit for Brad Stevens’ scheme: a big that could switch onto different types of
After losing center DeMarcus Cousins to an ACL tear before he had the opportunity to play in a single game, the Los Angeles Lakers are now searching for a new center. With the free-agent all but dried up, might they turn to a familiar – and reviled – face in Dwight Howard? According to Rohan
On today’s podcast we discuss the following topics: Thunder Schedule The brutal Oct-Dec schedule Justin Patton signing The Eastern Conference dregs And so much more Thanks for listening and subscribe on iTunes! Support the people that support Down to Dunk, Bleu Garten!
Lakers versus Clippers might produce the best games on the NBA calendar this season. LeBron and AD battling Kawhi and Paul George. Those are, what, four of the top seven-ish players in the league when they are fully healthy? Star power is truly on display in the City of Angels. However, we all know that
n this episode, I chat with Cole Zwicker where we break down Magic Johnson’s movie list, as well as all of the players who participated in the Nike Academy event this weekend, including Cole Anthony, Kahlil Whitney, Scottie Lewis, Udoka Azubuike, Obi Toppin, Charles Bassey, and many, many more. Oh yeah, and Michael Porter made
Celtics Stuff Live’s Justin Poulin and Jon Duke owned up to their promise to discuss the potential availability of Bradley Beal in trade discussions and how interested the Celtics should be. In the show’s second half the CSL guys looked at the USA Basketball scrimmage and how Pop and Kerr can help Brad Stevens in
In today’s episode of Setting The Pace, Alex and Facci discuss the following: – Mount Rushmore of Pacer Killers (1:00) (Video of this conversation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tykRjVoRC_E&t=5s) – Spencer Percy on Jeremy Lamb (23:00) – Schedule Release Reaction (43:00) – Featured Fan of the Week – Ed Lolley (55:00)Listen to "Ep. 47 | Pacers Schedule, Breakdown of Jeremy Lamb, Mount Rushmore of Pacer Killers + Featured Fan of the Week" on Spreaker.
The Celtics may have lost two stars, but the NBA still believes. Boston will play 25 national TV games this season. The NBA’s schedule release details visits to TD Garden by the new teams of Kyrie Irving, Al Horford, Kawhi Leonard and Anthony Davis. Celtics open 2018-19 season at Horford’s 76ers on Wednesday, Oct. 23.
On today’s podcast we discuss the following topics: Will Westbrook love the Rockets? SGA’s ceiling When will the rebuild start? Gallo destinations And so much more Thanks for listening and subscribe on iTunes! Support the people that support Down to Dunk, Payton Marie Photography and KP’s Cleaning Service!
The Los Angeles Lakers made a big move this summer when they traded Lonzo Ball, Brandon Ingram, Josh Hart, and multiple first-round picks to the New Orleans Pelicans in exchange for superstar big man Anthony Davis. The Lakers are banking on Davis and LeBron James becoming one of the best duos in the league as
We discuss Carmelo Anthony and his exclusive one-on-one with Stephen A Smith. Why has Carmelo been blackballed by the league? Plus, we talk about how the Celtics are still defending Kyrie Irving despite how last season ended. This episode of the Causeway Street Podcast is powered by BetOnline.ag, the go-to site for online betting Head
As Team USA finalizes its roster for the FIBA World Cup, the Boston Celtics find themselves heavily represented. In the Blue vs. White scrimmage against Team USA’s senior and select teams, it was Jayson Tatum who stood out most. While Kemba Walker remains a lock to make the team, Marcus Smart and Jaylen Brown still need
Brad Stevens takes most of the blame for the way last season went for the Boston Celtics, even though some would say that’s unfair. It’s hard to coach a team that doesn’t gel together. Part of being a “team” is playing FOR each other and it’s not a stretch to say that Boston didn’t consistently
What does Al Horford bring to the 76ers? How will he fit next to Joel Embiid at the 4? How can he help against Giannis Antetokounmpo? And will Trey Burke or Raul Neto win the backup point guard spot? Derek Bodner and Rich Hofmann of The Athletic Philadelphia discuss. Read more at https://sixersbeat.libsyn.com/#WA6ifblXbJQjyVvz.99
Jarod and Jenna talk about the NCAA’s so called “Rich Paul Rule.” Adam Silver and the NBA get serious about mental health and we discuss the NBA’s All-Decade Team! NBA coaches worried player empowerment limits their ability to plan, Melo speaks on why he’s not in the league, plus we parse through David Griffin’s comments
Dave DuFour jumps back into the pod to join Coach Nick and Jared Weiss to discuss a host of off season topics, including whether Derrick White and De’Aaron Fox are ready to make the leap into star level players, plus we discuss Jaren Jackson Jr’s ceiling and the egregious traveling that might never go punished.
On today’s podcast we discuss the following topics: Russell Westbrook Haters 2017 Thunder Season Waffles or Biscuits Gallinari’s role on the team And so much more Thanks for listening and subscribe on iTunes! Support the people that support Down to Dunk, Oklahoma Shirt Company!
In this episode, Dieter Kurtenbach joins and we chat about a variety of things. First, we chat about the Rich Paul Rule, and why it’s total bullshit on behalf of the NCAA. Then, we chat about Kevin Durant’s interview with Chris Haynes, then about Kemba Walker, the Hornets, and the Celtics. We finish on mental
Celtics Stuff Live’s Justin Poulin and Jon Duke couldn’t wait to talk about the Team USA x Team Shamrock crossover and the rookies showing up at Fenway for last night’s Red Sox game. However, it wasn’t before the inanity of those topics turned to the future of Jaylen Brown through the prism of a pair
On today’s podcast we discuss the following topics: SGA not with Team Canada Tony Allen what if Over Unders for the Pacers, Nets, Magic, Pistons and Hornets And so much more Thanks for listening and subscribe on iTunes! Support the people that support Down to Dunk, Bleu Garten, Banquet Cinema Pub, and Payton Marie Photography!
Al Jefferson chats with Facci and Alex for 35-minutes to discuss his time in the NBA and his current situation with The Big 3. Al also sits on the HOT SEAT as Alex asks him 10-questions in our debut segment ‘Rapid Fire’. Later in the show Alex talks one on one with Zach Pearson. Zach’sListen to "Ep. 46 | Al Jefferson" on Spreaker.
Coach Krzyzewski and Tom Brady are legends of their respective sports. Coach K is arguably the greatest coach not in just basketball, but in sports history. Meanwhile Brady is the GOAT when it comes to quarterbacks. Both have escaped Father Time..for now. However, on this week’s Good ‘N Plenty former Boston Globe editor Joe Sullivan and
Los Angeles Lakers forward Kyle Kuzma has an opportunity to represent the United States this summer at the FIBA World Cup and he isn’t going to let it pass him by. Slipping to 27th in the 2017 NBA Draft, Kuzma has proven time and again that most of the teams who passed on him made
David Griffin, current Pelicans GM and former Cavaliers GM, discussed the ups and downs being the GM for LeBron in Cleveland with Sports Illustrated, and Coach Nick and Jared Weiss of The Athletic delve into the issues. Plus, they go over the marquee games of next season and who is the at the top of
Give credit to the Los Angeles Clippers; they have pulled off a number of shrewd moves over the years that have ultimately led them to become a legitimate title contender with two superstars on their roster. For the franchise that spent most of its existence as the NBA’s laughingstock, it has been quite a turnaround
Kyrie Irving’s quick departure from Boston is still puzzling. We had Brooklyn’s Spender Dinwiddie proclaim that the new Nets point guard contacted him in December about joining forces. How did things go wrong in short order? That’s what the goal was for Chris Forsberg in his most recent article for NBC Sports. How did the Celtics
For the second year in a row, the Los Angeles Lakers will open the NBA season as the away team. However, this time they won’t have to leave the STAPLES Center because they will be taking on the Clippers. The NBA is banking on what should be a big rivalry game to get the season
Like the NFL with Thanksgiving, the NBA has become known for showcasing its best talent on Christmas Day. The Boston Celtics, according to reports, will take part in the Christmas Day festivities in 2019. According to Adrian Wojnarowski, the NBA games scheduled for December 25 are set. Additionally, Kyrie Irving’s first game back in Boston —
In this episode, it’s a two-parter! First, Dieter Kurtenbach joins and we break down the Draymond Green four-year, $100 million extension — as well as his role in the historical context of the NBA. Then, we chat with Cole Zwicker about a variety of topics. We break down CJ McCollum’s three-year, $100 million extension, followed
The Los Angeles Lakers have been hard at work preparing for the 2019-2020 season, where they will hope to contend for a championship with a team built around LeBron James and Anthony Davis. In order to do so, they acted quickly in free agency following Kawhi Leonard’s disappointing decision to join the Los Angeles Clippers.
The Los Angeles Lakers had a busy offseason that saw them add a number of new faces, including superstar big man Anthony Davis. As the team transitions towards title contention, however, there will still be plenty of obstacles to overcome. On this episode of the LN Podcast, host Trevor Lane is joined by Jas Kang
On today’s podcast we discuss the following topics: Diallo’s future with the Thunder How much will he play this year? Over/Unders for the top of the East Westbrook and Harden load managment And so much more Thanks for listening and subscribe on iTunes! Support the people that support Down to Dunk, Bleu Garten and Banquet
Seth is back! My new colleague at The Athletic, Seth Partnow, joins the show and we chat about a variety of topics surrounding analytics in the NBA, including shot distribution, over/underrated players, what is different about the team side versus the public side, and more. As former Director of Research for the Bucks, Seth has
CausewayStreet.com’s Zach Peloquin joins us to discuss the NBA and its tampering investigation (Kawhi Leonard, Al Horford, etc.) into this summer’s free agency signings. We’ll also talk about the Kemba Walker era officially getting underway for the Celtics. Plus, does Jaylen Brown deserve a contract extension and what does the signing of Tacko Fall really
Marcus Smart had some stuff to say about Kyrie Irving, Celtics dysfunction and Team USA on ESPN’s The Jump. Plus, Carsen Edwards’ jersey choice and Boston purchasing the Maine Red Claws. Subscribe to the Celtics Newsfeed on iTunes, Stitcher, and WATCH on youtube.com/CLNSMedia. SPONSORED MESSAGE: IT’S THE NBA POST SEASON & STANLEY CUP PLAYOFFS! YOUR ONLINE SOURCE IS
Jarod and Jenna are back from vacation. They talk about LeBron James cheering on his son. Jeremy Lin hitting “rock bottom”. What’s up with the FIBA World Cup? And, it’s summer workout season. Are you impressed? Make sure to follow @7FootersPod @jennalemoncelli & @jshector on Twitter and Instagram!!!
On today’s podcast we discuss the following topics: Westbrook introduced as a Rocket SGA’s status among young players How good is Chris Paul? The Thunder’s path to relevance Should the Thunder tank? And so much more Thanks for listening and subscribe on iTunes! Support the people that support Down to Dunk, Payton Marie Photography!
Brian Robb, Michael Pina and Rich Levine dive into the latest comments from Jayson Tatum about his goals for the upcoming seasons and how attainable they are. The guys also go through some of the over/under win totals across the NBA and make some predictions about the league landscape.
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Bob Ryan is a former American sportswriter for The Boston Globe. He has been described as “the quintessential American sportswriter”. – @GlobeBobRyan 1:30 – Celtics taking a plunge on Tacko Fall 8:22 – Could young Celtics learn valuable lessons at USA World Cup training camp? 16:04 – Alright with Jayson Tatum’s talk over lower NBA2K
In this episode, I chat with Cole Zwicker about three topics. First, we chat about Bradley Beal, and the Wizards options for him. What should they do if he doesn’t sign the extension? Should they trade him? If they decide to move him, which team has the best package of assets? Then, we chat briefly
Another great LIVE show is in the books, as Coach Nick and The Athletic’s Jared Weiss discuss how the Nets will look with Kyrie Irving on the floor, as well as a deep dive across the NBA to discuss a ton of other teams and moves, especially a great viewer question: Who are the most
On today’s podcast we discuss the following topics: Sam Presti’s press conference Paul George’s comments Will the Thunder trade Chris Paul this season? Will Andre Roberson start? OKC vs. Seattle And so much more Thanks for listening and subscribe on iTunes! Support the people that support Down to Dunk, Oklahoma Shirt Company and Manscaped!
Celtics Stuff Live’s Justin Poulin and Jon Duke are pretty excited to see the Team USA Celtics compete in the FIBA World Cup in September, but more importantly it will be great to see Kemba, Tatum, and maybe even Smart and Jaylen building chemistry in the pre-season. In the show’s second half, the guys looked
Tacko Fall highlighted four training camp signings by the Boston Celtics this week. Second-round pick Tremont Waters and Summer League standouts Max Strus and Javonte Green will join Fall in Boston. Subscribe to the Celtics Newsfeed on iTunes, Stitcher, and WATCH on youtube.com/CLNSMedia. SPONSORED MESSAGE: IT’S THE NBA POST SEASON & STANLEY CUP PLAYOFFS! YOUR ONLINE SOURCE IS
The Los Angeles Lakers had an impressive offseason, rebounding from missing out on Kawhi Leonard by adding high-quality players like Danny Green, DeMarcus Cousins, Avery Bradley, and more, hoping that depth will give them as much punch as a third All-Star player would have. However, despite all of the additions, the Lakers aren’t quite done
5:20: Are AAU Coaches disrespected? 13:48: How will Patrick Ewing do in Georgetown? 17:00: What’s the Better Job? Georgetown or Maryland? 18:18 BOL 20:26: Did the NCAA make a mistake by taking power away from AAU coaches? 39:14: Is AAU better for evaluating players? 41:00: Victor Oladipo Stories
Should the Sixers have extended Ben Simmons? Should you get excited over Ben Simmons’ workout videos showcasing his jumper? Derek Bodner and Rich Hofmann of The Athletic Philadelphia discuss that, and more. Read more at https://sixersbeat.libsyn.com/#WA6ifblXbJQjyVvz.99
Facci and Alex start things off, discussing who should start between Lamb and Warren, They then dive into all the moves, and what they liked about them. In Segment 2, the guys look at their roster, compared to the rest of the East, and where they see them landing in the standings.Listen to "Ep. 39 | Reaction To The Off-Season Moves + How The Pacers Compare To The Other Teams In The Eastern Conference" on Spreaker.
Anna Horford joins us as we talk about her brother, former Celtics big man Al Horford and why he chose the Philadelphia 76ers. Plus, what went wrong for the C’s last season and Anna’s thoughts on the city of Boston and it’s sports fans. We also discuss the Russell Westbrook trade being official this week
On today’s podcast we discuss the following topics: Shai Gilgeous-Alexander’s fit in OKC The Athletic story on Paul George to LAC OKC’s new jersey’s And so much more Thanks for listening and subscribe on iTunes! Support the people that support Down to Dunk, Bleu Garten and Banquet Cinema Pub!
When America is in its hour of basketball need, who does it call? Marcus Smart has joined Team USA’s training camp roster ahead of the 2019 FIBA World Cup, along with Celtics teammates Kemba Walker and Jayson Tatum. Jaylen Brown may be next. Celtics remain mum on final roster spot. Subscribe to the Celtics Newsfeed
On today’s podcast we discuss the following topics: How the Thunder build from here The value of a first round pick How Billy handles the PG rotations And so much more Thanks for listening and subscribe on iTunes!
Brian Robb, Michael Pina and Rich Levine break down a busy week on the Celtics landscape capped by the introductions of Kemba Walker and Enes Kanter in Boston. The guys discuss Kanter’s long-term future in Boston, Kemba Walker’s fit, Jaylen Brown’s upcoming free agency, the Al Horford tampering situation with the Sixers and parting thoughts
2:24 Being the #2 recruit in the country is still shocking 8:17 What type of player is Cade Cunningham 12:34 BOL 14:17 His favorite player comparison 21:21 Cade talks recruiting 26:08 Manscaped Available for download on iTunes and Stitcher on Monday July 22nd, 2019. Good ‘N Plenty is powered by BetOnline.AG and Manscaped. Go to
In my opinion Grant Williams and Carsen Edwards are impact players in year one. I believe Grant will contribute for the Celtics right away, while Edwards will need a little bit of time to carve out a role. The important thing is both have NBA ready skills that will show up in their rookie years.
Coach Nick welcomes on Friend Of The Breakdown Marc Skelton, the head coach at Fannie Lou Hamer High School in the Bronx. Not only has Marc won two New York City titles, he wrote an extraordinary book “Pounding The Rock”, chronicling the 2016-17 season that overcame tremendous adversity both on and off the court to
On today’s podcast we discuss the following topics: Keeping Chris Paul? What will the team look like? Westbrook and Harden’s potential Are donuts dessert? And so much more Thanks for listening and subscribe on iTunes! Support the people that support Down to Dunk, Oklahoma Shirt Company!
In this episode, I chat with Cole Zwicker about two subjects: the Russell Westbrook-Chris Paul trade, and NBA Summer League. First, we talk for half an hour about why the Westbrook-Paul deal might be the most interesting in the NBA. Then, we break down what we think each team looks like going forward. Then, we
Mike Brey got a taste of the Coach K circle. He worked for Duke’s legendary coach from 1987-1995. Someone on Brey’s Notre Dame staff asked 24 years later who could possibly replace Coach K. That day seems far away even after nearly 40 years, but it didn’t take Brey long to imagine his ideal choice.
This upcoming year will be the first one Notre Dame is not ranked in a LONG time. The Fighting Irish are not one of the “blue blood” basketball programs in the NCAA, but they are a perennial contender. Last year was a unusual one for Brey. His Irish finished under .500 for the second time
With all the player movements and pairings after the first two weeks of free agency, are the Clippers the clear cut favorites to win it all or is the NBA as wide open as it’s ever been? We discuss Kawhi Leonard’s decision, plus Celtics Summer League and headlines. Tune in. This episode of the Causeway
On today’s podcast we discuss the following topics: Westbrook to the Rockets is official The Top 5 Worst Things About the Trade CP3 fake trades And so much more Thanks for listening and subscribe on iTunes! Support the people that support Down to Dunk, Bleu Garden and Banquet Cinema Pub!
Danny Ainge referred to Kemba Walker and Enes Kanter as the Celtics’ Plan A this offseason. The duo was introduced to Boston media at a press conference today. Walker spoke of leadership and wanting to win at the pro level, while Kanter had some fun, but also told a story of how Walker recruited him
Jarod and Jenna talk about the Westbrook for CP3 trade and what that means for Houston and OKC. They check in on RJ Barrett and the conclusion of summer league. Things get serious when they discuss ESPN’s Baxter Holmes’ piece on the crisis in youth basketball and finally they talk their favorite new duos in
Celtics Stuff Live’s Justin Poulin and Jon Duke recapped a successful run through the Las Vegas Summer League that provided a glimmer of positive thought to a dour 2019 for the Boston Celtics. The guys debated which of the Celtics rookies would have the bigger impact in the season to come. In the show’s second
The Los Angeles Lakers had a busy free agency period this summer, putting together a team around LeBron James and Anthony Davis that they hope will contend for an NBA Championship. Rob Pelinka and the front office pivoted quickly after Kawhi Leonard opted to head to the Clippers, landing quality role players like Danny Green,
Carsen Edwards was rewarded for a strong NBA Summer League performance with a guaranteed contract with the Boston Celtics. Here’s everything you need to know about the hot-shooting Purdue product. Subscribe to the Celtics Newsfeed on iTunes, Stitcher, and WATCH on youtube.com/CLNSMedia. SPONSORED MESSAGE: IT’S THE NBA POST SEASON & STANLEY CUP PLAYOFFS! YOUR ONLINE SOURCE IS BETONLINE.AG.
The Summer Celtics were unbeaten in Vegas, but the No. 1 seed fell in Round 1 of bracket play, ending their season despite 25 points from Carsen Edwards. Elsewhere, Al Horford donned Philly blue for the first time. Tremont Waters played in the Summer League game just days after the passing of his father. Edwards
The Summer League Celtics are more fun to watch than the real team. That is a real take floating around that’s…actually probably more accurate than I want to give credit to. Actual NBA basketball is better than the pick-up atmosphere in Las Vegas. But I get the point. These guys look like they actually enjoy
As NBA “silly season” turns to Summer League, the trending news and unprecedented player movement has slowed and left a void in the NBA, Celtics Twitter sphere. Looking for topics to troll? Search no further than Nick Gelso, Ty Ray or Bob Ryan’s twitter timelines. Fans looking for troll bait have shifted their torturous topics
The Summer Celtics picked up another win last night vs. the Memphis Grizzlies. They’ll be looking to keep their undefeated streak alive tomorrow afternoon as they’ll face off with the Grizzlies again. Father of Celtics guard Tremont Waters was found dead in a hotel room in Connecticut on Thursday. Chris Paul was traded for Russell
On today’s podcast we discuss the following topics: Westbrook traded to the ROCKETS?! WHY?! How OKC moves forward CP3 staying in OKC? Westbrook’s legacy And so much more Thanks for listening and subscribe on iTunes! Support the people that support Down to Dunk, Oklahoma Shirt Company!
On today’s podcast we discuss the following topics: Jerami Grant trade Did OKC get enough? The end of Westbrook in OKC What should fans expect in return? And so much more Thanks for listening and subscribe on iTunes! Support the people that support Down to Dunk, Bleu Garten and Banquet Cinema Pub!
Guerschon Yabusele appears to bee the odd man out with the Celtics this summer. He’s being waived, as Boston clears space for four rookie draft picks and potentially big man Tacko Fall. The Celtics moved to 3-0 in Summer League play last night behind another strong outing by rookies Carsen Edwards and Grant Williams. SPONSORED
Brian Robb, Rich Levine and Michael Pina are live from Las Vegas to break down the aftermath of Kawhi Leonard’s departure to LA and where the Celtics stand in the Eastern Conference hierarchy. They also dive into future building plans and the first impressions of Carsen Edwards, Grant Williams, Tacko Fall and much more from
Jarod and Jenna break down Kawhi Leonard’s decision to join the LA Clippers in free agency and the boss move of bringing Paul George with him! How does this impact the Raptors, Lakers, and Clippers? Does Paul George bolting the OKC Thunder mean Russel Westbrook is on the trade block? Where might he go? Then
Celtics Stuff Live’s Justin Poulin and Jon Duke surveyed the new NBA world order with Kawhi and Paul George with the Clippers and seemingly the majority of the NBA talent set in their new homes. Despite losing a pair of All Stars, and gaining another, the Celtics just might be in a spot where they
For almost a decade, NBA Free Agency has taken on a new identity. Since 2010’s infamous ‘The Decision’ – when LeBron James announced he was going to take his talents to South Beach to team up with Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh – elite NBA players are not only dictating which team they want to
The Los Angeles Lakers had high hopes of landing a third star to go along with LeBron James and Anthony Davis this summer, with Kawhi Leonard being their primary focus. Unfortunately, Leonard chose to sign with the Los Angeles Clippers, but the Lakers were still able to execute an impressive backup plan. Acting quickly, GM
Which team has a better chance of reaching the Eastern Conference Finals: Sixers or Celtics? We debate as we grade Boston’s off-season moves and how they look compared to the rest of its conference. This episode of the Causeway Street Podcast is powered by BetOnline.ag, your go-to site for online betting Head to https://www.CLNSMedia.com/Causeway Enter
Kemba Walker has informed the Hornets he plans to agree to a four-year deal with the Boston. How good does Walker make the Celtics? Also, we predict which top-tier free agents will be heading to teams like the Lakers, Nets, Clippers and Knicks. This episode of the Causeway Street Podcast is powered by BetOnline.ag, your
On today’s podcast we discuss the following topics: Breaking down the Paul George trade Where should OKC go from here? Russell Westbrook fake trades Should the Thunder keep Russ? Billy and PG’s relationship And so much more Thanks for listening and subscribe on iTunes!
In this episode, Cole joins and we break down what happened with the Kawhi Leonard deal. How does it shift the balance of power in the NBA? How does it change the stakes across the league? What will the Clippers look like? Are they title favorites? Where does Oklahoma City go from here? Should they
The aftershock of the LA Earthquake wasn’t felt in the ground – it was Kawhi’s decision to join the Clippers on the contingency they traded for Paul George. These things all fell into place in the middle of last night, and now it’s time to figure out how good this team will be.
Doors are opening for Jayson Tatum this upcoming season. Boston is losing 23.8 points per game, five rebounds, and seven assists per game thanks to Kyrie Irving’s departure. Add in Al Horford’s 13.6/6.2/4.2 and, well, you can figure it out. The Celtics lost a lot free agency this offseason. However, the world is not going
On today’s podcast we discuss the following topics: Free Agency Surprises Burk’s fit in OKC What is Muscala’s role? The insane Western Conference Sherbet, Shogun, and more And so much more Thanks for listening and subscribe on iTunes! Support the people that support Down to Dunk, Oklahoma Shirt Company!
The Los Angeles Lakers are one of three teams hoping to sign superstar free agent Kawhi Leonard. Unlike the Toronto Raptors and Los Angeles Clippers, the Lakers are hoping to create a super team around Leonard, LeBron James, and Anthony Davis. If the Lakers are successful in their pursuit of Leonard they will instantly become
Jarod and Jenna are back together, finally! They recap the first three days of NBA free agency! Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving to the Brooklyn Nets. Are they the #1 team in NYC? The East? The NBA? Did the Knicks strikeout or do they have a long term plan in mind? The Philadelphia 76ers made
Coach Nick sits down with Celtic legend and radio analyst Cedric Maxwell to discuss the Kyrie situation and how it affected the Celtics last season. Rod Boone, Hornets beat writer for the Athletic, then joins Coach Nick to discuss Kemba Walker’s game and how it potentially fits in with his new team.
Celtics continue moving in free agency, grabbing French big man Vincent Poirier and re-signing Daniel Theis to provide more bodies in the middle in the wake of losing Al Horford. Poirier joins an expanding frontcourt depth chart that added Enes Kanter on Monday and already holds Robert Williams III, Grant Williams and Summer League invitee
What happened with Jimmy Butler and the Philadelphia 76ers? Did the trade with the Miami Heat make sense? And how will Al Horford fit? Derek Bodner and Rich Hofmann of The Athletic discuss the big changes to the Sixers roster. Read more at https://sixersbeat.libsyn.com/#WA6ifblXbJQjyVvz.99
Brian Robb, Michael Pina and Rich Levine break down Al Horford’s departure to the 76ers and whether Celtics had any chance to bring him back. They also dive into the Enes Kanter addition, the outlook of the East with Durant and Kyrie heading to Brooklyn before finishing up with some starting lineup talk.
In this episode, Cole Zwicker joins and we break down what ended up being a completely bonkers opening day of free agency. We break down Kevin Durant and Kyrie to the Nets, D’Angelo Russell to the Warriors, Al Horford, Tobias Harris and Josh Richardson to the 76ers, Jimmy Butler heading to Miami, Kemba to the
Celtics lost a starting point guard and starting center to free agency. Danny Ainge has now signed a starting point guard in Kemba Walker, and a starting center in Enes Kanter. Kanter comes to Boston on a two-year, 10-million dollar deal. SPONSORED MESSAGE: IT’S THE NBA POST SEASON & STANLEY CUP PLAYOFFS! YOUR ONLINE SOURCE
It was an insane day of moves by over half the NBA, with surprises like Durant joining Kawhi in Brooklyn to Kemba Walker signing in Boston with all sorts of shockwaves and ripples in between. And after the dust settled the first day, we STILL don’t know where Kawhi Leonard is going.
The Joel Embiid stopper has become a Joel Embiid facilitator. Al Horford signed a four-year contract with the Philadelphia 76ers. Like Kyrie Irving, he leaves the Celtics for an in-division rival. D’Angelo Russell is involved in a sign-and-trade that will deliver the Brooklyn Nets All-Star to the Golden State Warriors. SPONSORED MESSAGE: IT’S THE NBA
Celtics Stuff Live’s Justin Poulin and Jon Duke were happy with the Celtics’ biggest free agent signing in franchise history, but the most impactful moves of the early hours of free agency came when Kyrie and KD joined up in Brooklyn and Al Horford went to Philly. The loss of Horford stings and Jon and
NBA free agency is upon us and didn’t take long for the fireworks to begin. Kemba Walker becomes the next starting point guard in Boston, agreeing to a 4-year/$141 million max contract with the Celtics. Kyrie Irving will move to Brooklyn on a 4-year/$141 million deal, as will Kevin Durant. Durant started off free agency
With Kemba Walker reported to be signing with the Boston Celtics later today, here’s everything we know about the Celtics heading into NBA free agency. Plus, where are Kevin Durant and Kawhi Leonard going? And is Kyrie Irving Ready to sign with the Brooklyn Nets? SPONSORED MESSAGE: IT’S THE NBA POST SEASON & STANLEY CUP
In addition to the recent Kemba Walker news surrounding the Boston Celtics, rumors have been circulating that Clint Capela could be on the move, possibly to the Celtics. According to Mark Murphy of the Boston Herald, the Celtics are neither close nor trying to put together a trade package for Capela (even as the third team
In this episode, I chat with Dieter about a bunch of free agency stuff, including Harrison Barnes, the Lakers, Kemba Walker, Al Horford, a quick Kevin Durant update, and the rest of free agency. Oh yeah, and we chat about a couple of movies we’ve seen recently. Read more at https://gametheorysam.libsyn.com/#LCLMXB4kEa3ZukPq.99
Kemba Walker is still in line to become the newest member of the Celtics when free agency begins. The Rockets believe that they have a trade partner in line for Clint Capela. Could it be the Celtics? Kawhi Leonard requests that Magic Johnson attend his free agency meeting with the Los Angeles Lakers. The Warriors
The reports lead to you believe that come Sunday Kemba Walker will be the newest Boston Celtic point guard. However, let’s also point out that I’m writing this on Friday. There is a ton of time between now and the start of NBA Free Agency. Nothing is written in stone yet. It’s more like pencil
After a series of moves, the Los Angeles Lakers will head into free agency on Sunday with enough cap space to pursue max-level free agents like Kawhi Leonard and Kyrie Irving. After a difficult finish to the 2018-2019 season that saw the team besieged by injuries and trade rumors, GM Rob Pelinka will have the
UCONN and Florida received huge boosts this week, albeit in different ways. One brought in good talent into the fold, arguably the best transfer player on the market. The other is going through a homecoming of sorts. However, before we really dive into the WHY we have to acknowledge it’s good to have them coming
The Celtics have moved from stealth suitors to front-runners in the chase for Hornets All-Star free agent Kemba Walker. Boston is also linked to Enes Kanter in free agency. Kevin Durant declined his player option, while Marc Gasol exercised his. SPONSORED MESSAGE: IT’S THE NBA POST SEASON & STANLEY CUP PLAYOFFS! YOUR ONLINE SOURCE IS
Brian Robb, Michael Pina and Rich Levine react to the latest rumors surrounding the C’s expected pursuit of Kemba Walker and examine his fit in Boston (3:00), they also discuss other big money free agency options for the Celtics including Nikola Vucevic, D’Angelo Russell and Malcolm Brogdon. WHY KEMBA IS BETTER FOR CELTICS
Brian Robb, Michael Pina and Rich Levine react to the latest rumors surrounding the C’s expected pursuit of Kemba Walker and examine his fit in Boston (3:00), they also discuss other big money free agency options for the Celtics including Nikola Vucevic, D’Angelo Russell and Malcolm Brogdon.
In a break from the wild offseason, the NBA finally announced its year-end awards. Marcus Smart was honored with the Hustle Award. Meanwhile, the Celtics are indeed targeting big-name free agents. Giannis Antetokounmpo was voted MVP handily. Boston is a dark horse candidate for players like Kemba Walker and Kevin Durant. SPONSORED MESSAGE: IT’S THE
Jarod is solo again today and he asks if anyone cares about the NBA Awards? He wonders if Adam Silver should consider tinkering with the timing. He does a quick recap and makes an interesting discovery about something the top award winners share. He then does a quick NBA Draft recap. No winners and losers,
This episode of the Causeway Street Podcast is powered by BetOnline.ag, your go-to site for online betting Head to https://www.CLNSMedia.com/Causeway Enter the promo code: CLNS50 For a 50% cash back bonus on your first deposit! With Anthony Davis off the market and Kyrie Irving most likely heading to Brooklyn, is the Jayson Tatum, Jaylen Brown
Danny Ainge introduced the newest additions to the Boston Celtics earlier today. He had some pretty interesting comments in regards to the current players on the team’s roster. Kyrie Irving has met with Kevin Durant multiple times over the last few months. Many believe they plan on teaming up next season, despite Durant’s injury. Evan
Celtics Stuff Live’s Justin Poulin and Jon Duke looked at Thursday’s NBA Draft as the Celtics turned page from the Kyrie – Horford era… or did they? Jon and Justin looked at the Celtics choices of Romeo Langford, Grant Williams, Carsen Edwards, and Tremont Waters and the likelihood of their making an impact on the
Al Horford delivered a mighty blow to the Celtics contention hopes when the news about him leaving for greener pastures broke. Horford is the type of veteran presence any young team needs. Now a team built around hyped-up young pieces needs to steer its way deep into the playoffs without a rudder. And this is
Danny Ainge and the Boston Celtics have moved past the NBA Draft and are now preparing for free agency, which begins on June 30. There’s also the Vegas Summer League, which tips off on Saturday, July 6. The Celtics summer league schedule is now set, and the roster is beginning to round into form. Plus,
The Boston Celtics had an eventful NBA Draft, one which saw them grab two first-round picks, two second-round picks and trade center Aron Baynes for a 2020 first-round pick from the Phoenix Suns (a pick that was previously owned by the Milwaukee Bucks). Although there naturally seems to be a mixed bag of emotions from
Brian Robb and Michael Pina recap a busy night for the Celtics at the NBA Draft, why the C’s traded away Aron Baynes and what paths the team can take now over the rest of the offseason. TIME STAMPS: 5:12 — GRANT WILLIAMS evaluation 7:00 – CARSON EDWARDS evaluation 8:50 — ROMEO LANGFORD
The Philadelphia 76ers traded up to #20 to select Matisse Thybulle out of Washington. Did they give up too much to move up? Was Thybulle the right pick? And what was with their other draft day trades? Derek Bodner and Rich Hofmann discuss. Read more at https://sixersbeat.libsyn.com/#WA6ifblXbJQjyVvz.99
Boston Celtics’ legend and radio voice, Cedric Maxwell offers NBA fans a break from the silliness of the NBA Draft and Free Agency Rumors. In this episode, Max and ‘Sway will have you LOL’ing and reminiscing about moments in Cornbread’s fantastic life. Don’t forget to subscribe on iTunes and Spotify. Support
The 2019 NBA Draft is in the books. Zion Williamson went number one, Ja Morant was selected number two, and RJ Barrett rounded out the top-3. Just like everyone said. But after there is where the fun began. A night of trades littered throughout the lottery made Thursday night both exhilarating and confusing. Some thoughts
The Celtics picked up four rookies in the 2019 NBA Draft, while also moving Aron Baynes’ contract to Phoenix to clear up some cap space. Boston took Romeo Langford at 14th overall, followed by Grant Williams at No. 22. In the second round, the Celtics grabbed Carsen Edwards at 33 and Tremont Waters at 51.
According to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, the Celtics are looking to relieve themselves of Aron Baynes’ contract to clear extra cap space along with Kyrie Irving and Al Horford likely leaving. Boston is also trying to move up in tonight’s NBA Draft. SPONSORED MESSAGE: IT’S THE NBA POST SEASON & STANLEY CUP PLAYOFFS! YOUR ONLINE SOURCE
Derek Bodner and Rich Hofmann talk about the recent developments in the NBA, how they impact the 76ers, and preview what is to come in free agency. They then bring Mike O’Connor on (1 hour, 21 minutes) to discuss Thursday’s NBA draft. Read more at https://sixersbeat.libsyn.com/#WA6ifblXbJQjyVvz.99
Jay Williams covers all levels of basketball for ESPN. He has deep connections to the basketball world. And with all the buzz surrounding the hardcourt Jeff Goodman called him up to talk hoops for this episode of Good ‘N Plenty. They chat about the three things above. Enjoy the show. TOPICS: 3:00 Jeff on everything
The Celtics are preparing to lose Al Horford in free agency according to Adrian Wojnarowski. Horford and the C’s could not come to an agreement on a new contract after the big man opted out of his $30.1M player option. The Memphis Grizzlies shipped long-time starting point guard Mike Conley to the Utah Jazz earlier
The NBA Draft is quickly approaching and there is plenty to discuss around the NBA, particularly on the trade market. The Los Angeles Lakers are rumored to be in the market for 2nd round picks, the Boston Celtics are losing key players Kyrie Irving and Al Horford, who will look to move on in free
Jarod is solo today and the league is going crazy! Anthony Davis was finally traded to the Lakers. Who won the trade, Lakers or Pelicans? How will the Lakers fill out the rest of their roster? How good can the Pelicans be? The NBA Draft is on Thursday. After Zion Williamson and Ja Morant, who will be the next selections? There is drama
Coach Nick welcomes Friend Of The Breakdown Jeff Siegel of https://earlybirdrights.com to break down the complexities of the trade the New Orleans Pelicans just agreed to with the Los Angeles Lakers. The timing of when the trade goes down is crucial if the Lakers are going to maximize cap space and still have time to sign
On the pod I’m joined by Cole Zwicker. We start by breaking down the Mike Conley trade, then move into the Al Horford opt-out. Then, we do the top-10 prospects on my big board: 10. Sekou Doumbouya 9. Cam Reddish 8. Goga Bitadze 7. Coby White 6. Darius Garland 5. Jarrett Culver 4. De’Andre Hunter
Kyrie Irving we knew was gone but now it looks like Al Horford is saying sayonara to Boston as well. The news was broken by the Boston Herald’s Steve Bulpett Tuesday night. CLNS Founder Nick Gelso and Director of Content John Zannis react to the news in this emergency edition of the Garden Report. 0-5
The NBA Draft is this Thursday and to be frank I’m really excited for the mystery surrounding this one. Normally there’s some hierarchy to the draft. Last year the top-tier was pretty full in my opinion (with the exception of Luka Doncic). Luka, Deandre Ayton, Marvin Bagley, Jaren Jackson Jr, Trae Young all shined last
The Celtics brought in draft prospect Jalen Lecque for a second workout earlier today. Al Horford is working on a new 3-year contract with the Celtics. He’s expected to opt out of his $30.1M player option. Kyrie Irving and the Celtics will meet soon despite the rumors that he won’t re-sign with the team. Subscribe
In this episode, I chat with Cole Zwicker. We break down the Anthony Davis deal and run through all of the pieces of the trade. We actually kind of like this deal for both sides! Then, we do a 2019 NBA Mock Draft through the first round, where we go back and forth and take
Brian Robb and Ryan Bernardoni react to the Lakers acquisition of Anthony Davis, wonder what it will take for the team to retain Al Horford and look at the long potential road ahead in team building, along with trade options for this off-season
Coach Nick is joined by Friends of the Breakdown Noah Coslov and Adam Stanco in a free wheeling discussion of the NBA Finals, the ramifications of KD’s injury to Free Agency, where Kawhi might go, and how all the other dominos fall as we head into the NBA Draft.
Celtics Stuff Live’s Justin Poulin and Jon Duke picked up the pieces following the trade of Anthony Davis to the Lakers with the CSL guys on opposite ends of this one. Jon’s disappointment at the inability to start a prolonged period of Celtics dominance with Davis and Kyrie at the helm remained strong, but the
The Anthony Davis trade to the Los Angeles Lakers brought out a mixed bag of emotions for Celtics fans. Some wanted to see him in green at all costs. Some wanted nothing to do with him. And there’s a myriad of fans in the middle of that spectrum. And I get the argument. Having talented
On Saturday, Woj set off his biggest bomb of the 2 day old NBA off-season. In a late afternoon tweet that rocked the NBA, Woj announced that the Pelicans and Lakers have come to an agreement to send Anthony Davis to LA. Celtics fans have weighed in with mixed emotions on the Davis/Lakers/LeBron union.
Coach Nick brings in the big guns to discuss this trade from all sides – as Trevor Lane from the Lakers Nation podcast breaks it down from the Lakers perspective, Will Guillory of The Athletic gives us the Pelicans feelings, and Mike Vorkunov gives us insight into how the rest of the NBA will be
After months of speculation, the Los Angeles Lakers were finally able to pull off a trade for Anthony Davis. In exchange, they are sending Lonzo Ball, Brandon Ingram, and Josh Hart to the New Orleans Pelicans in addition to the fourth overall pick in the 2019 draft and two future first round picks and a
According to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, the New Orleans Pelicans and Los Angeles Lakers have agreed to terms on a trade that will send Anthony Davis to L.A. The Pelicans get a package built around Lonzo Ball, Brandon Ingram and the No. 4 overall pick in Thursday’s NBA Draft. SPONSORED MESSAGE: IT’S THE NBA POST SEASON
This episode of the Causeway Street Podcast is powered by BetOnline.ag, your go-to site for online betting Head to https://www.CLNSMedia.com/Causeway Enter the promo code: CLNS50 For a 50% cash back bonus on your first deposit! We discuss rumors and reports that involve Kyrie Irving heading to the Brooklyn Nets come the end of the month
Fueling speculation that fans have already come to believe is merely a foregone conclusion at this point, the Boston Celtics’ belief that Kyrie Irving will re-sign with them after free agency opens on June 30 has reportedly eroded. According to the Boston Globe’s Adam Himmelsbach, the team is prepared for Irving to bolt, however, there
Cedric Maxwell joins Nick Gelso and Josue Pavon on this edition of the Garden Report. In a previous episode of the Cedric Maxwell Podcast, Cornbread drew similarities between the 2019 Celtics roster & the 1983 roster. During Celtics’ rookie camp in June, Danny Ainge made the exact same comparison. So besides the disappointment and frustration of
On today’s podcast we discuss the following topics: The Raptors are NBA Champions! Warriors injuries Trading the 21st pick Why would OKC trade Steven Adams? Cheetos And so much more Thanks for listening and subscribe on iTunes! Support the people that support Down to Dunk, Oklahoma Shirt Company!
On the last Live Post Game Show of the season 😢, Coach Nick and Jared Weiss break down how Game 6 unfolded and whether the Warriors should’ve gone for all the marbles on their last shot attempt. Plus, what does this mean for the Raptors future? Will Kawhi Leonard stay? Can they repeat?
Celtics Stuff Live’s Justin Poulin and Jon Duke ran through an avalanche of Celtics rumors of the day starting with the Woj Bomb that the Celtics have entered serious trade discussions to acquire Anthony Davis. Coming just hours after SI’s cover story on Rich Paul where Paul states Davis will hit free agency next summer
Jarod and Jenna talk about the devastating Kevin Durant injury. What did the Warriors know? Who is to blame? They discuss the NBA Finals. The Raptors lose game 5 but still lead the series 3-2 as it shifts to Oakland for game 6. Did the Warriors just delay the inevitable or will they force a
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Kyrie Irving has opted out of his 1-year, $21.3M deal with the Celtics. He is now set to become an unrestricted free agent on June 30th. Aron Baynes opted into his player option with the Celtics, earning him $5.9M for this upcoming season. The Celtics are engaged in trade talks for Anthony Davis, according to ESPN’s
Brian, Michael and Rich dissect the latest developments in the Anthony Davis trade derby including comments from Rich Paul indicating that Davis would leave Boston if acquired once his contract expired. The guys also get into the impact of Kevin Durant’s injury on the Celtics offseason and the NBA at large and also play fact
As the Anthony Davis trade saga continues, things are starting to look more and more positive for the Los Angeles Lakers. Davis requested to be traded to the Lakers at the trade deadline last season but those talks ultimately didn’t lead to a deal, but now the Lakers appear to have a solid chance at
Basketball Insider’s Steve Kyler is reporting that Terry Rozier will likely be heading towards the offer-sheet route after ongoing extension talks with the Celtics. Kevin Durant is feared to have torn his Achilles last night in Game 5 of the NBA Finals. There are a few teams still willing to give him a max deal
n this episode, I chat with Cole Zwicker where we break down the wild Game 5 between the Raptors and Warriors, including Kevin Durant’s injury. We try and look at it from all angles, and look at why it’s an incredible bummer on all accounts. Then, we break down the prospects ranked 20th through 11th