Mark and McNeill jumped on the mic to break down the NBA Conference Semifinals. Some of the topics include the impact Chris Bosh’s abdominal injury will have in the Miami Heat, Kevin Garnett jumping into his Delorian, the Lakers not playing with any passion and the epic roll the Spurs find themselves on.
Here’s the MP3 [...]
Mark and McNeill chat about the impact injuries have had on the playoffs, if there should be an asterisk attached to whoever wins an NBA Championship this season, Indiana struggling to put away Orlando, Gregg Popovich putting on a coaching clinic this season and the gritty play from the Clippers. At the end of the podcast we have an interview that Jerel Marshall had with Boston Celtics guard Avery Bradley.Read More
Mark and McNeill break down why Atlanta can give Boston a scare, we debate if Utah’s frontcourt can muscle San Antonio out of the playoffs, we lament that the Clippers lack of a strong coach will result in Blake Griffin and Chris Paul not lasting as long as they should in the playoffs as well as the rest of the first round match-ups.Read More
I was able to join Justin Hull on “The Home Stretch” to chat about the playoff push in the Eastern Conference, we reflected on who the trade deadline winners are, why Lamar Odom didn’t work out in Dallas and I break down why the Memphis Grizzlies are the sleeper team to watch in the Western Conference.Read More
Last night I was asked to join John Russo on his radio show “Out of Bounds.” We talked about the Miami Heat being the top team in the NBA, LeBron James’ fourth quarter struggles, Derrick Rose’s kryptonite, and the sneaky Spurs being poised for a deep playoff run.Read More
I was able to chat with Justin Hull on “The Home Stretch” about if the New York Knicks can stay in the playoff mix, Monta Ellis’ impact on the Milwaukee Bucks, sleeper teams in the NBA Playoffs, and we discuss some ideas on how to change the NBA Lottery.Read More
I was joined by Aaron Torres, author of The Unlikeliest Champion, to talk about the 2012 NCAA Tournament. We talked about the first overall seeds, we break down all four regions, what sleepers are in the tournament, what teams got snubbed and Aaron gives a couple of players to watch.Read More
I had the pleasure of joining Red Heat for The Score’s March Madness Podcast. Here’s the link to check out my segment as well as their interview with Syracuse’s Kris Joseph.Read More
I was able to chat with ESPN’s Doug Gotlieb about who his four #1 seeds would be, North Carolina peaking at just the right time, what mid-major teams he is rooting for, he raved about Mike Brey doing a great job coaching Notre Dame this season, who some players for casual basketball fans to keep an eye out for in the tournament, who he thinks will win the tournament and he plugs the promo that Rogaine and ESPN is doing for NCAA fans.Read More
I was able to chat with Justin Hull on “The Home Stretch” about how critical fans are of LeBron James, if Dwight Howard will be dealt by the NBA trade deadline and what coaches are on the hot seat.Read More
I had the chance to chat with Will Blalock about where basketball has taken him since he left the Detroit Pistons, the highlights of playing basketball overseas, how he landed up playing basketball in Canada playing in the NBL, mentoring Shabazz Napier and if he will consider being a coach once his playing days are done.Read More
I was able to chat with Lamond Murray about what he has been up to since he retired from the NBA and his new role with NCSA.Read More
In a change of pace, I was able to chat with Mark Stoddard about his art exhibit called “Voices From The Past” that is currently on display until October 30th, 2011, in Toronto, Ontario. Some of the topics during our chat include what inspired this exhibit, why he chose the athletes he used in his exhibit, and why he used Sport Magazine as his inspiration.Read More
I was able to chat with Rashad Mobley about what unfolded during the Conference Finals and fans can expect during the NBA Finals.
Some of the topics we covered include how Miami should approach guarding Dirk Nowitzki, the solid play of Chris Bosh in the Conference Finals and how Jason Kidd is beating Father Time.
I was able to chat with Rashad Mobley from Truth About It about what unfolded during the first round of the 2011 NBA Playoffs and what to expect during the Conference Semifinals. Some of the topics we covered include the impact Kobe Bryant will have against a Mavericks team missing Caron Butler, Memphis not having the same [...]Read More
Yesterday afternoon I joined Justin Hull on “The Home Stretch” to chat about the opening round of the NBA Playoffs. Some of the topics we covered included if Derrick Rose would be able to play at a high level in Game 5, the impact Kendrick Perkins has made on the Oklahoma City Thunder and the demise of [...]Read More
I was able to chat with Rashad Mobley from Truth About It about what has unfolded during the first week of the 2011 NBA Playoffs. Some of the topics we covered include the disappearance of Carlos Boozer, New York giving Boston trouble, Dwight Howard’s growing frustration over his lack of a supporting cast, why Memphis [...]Read More
This morning I spent some time chatting with Aaron Torres about the 2011 NCAA Tournament that starts this week.
Some of the topics we covered include:
* Ohio State deserves to be the top seed overall but they have the toughest bracket
* I claim Washington is my sleeper team
* We debate if Duke should bring Kyrie Irving [...]
For the lastest Hoops Addict Podcast I was joined by Leigh Ellis to talk about Oklahoma City improving their team with the addition of Kendrick Perkins, the mutiny currently going on in Detroit and Baron Davis being dealt to Cleveland.Read More
I was able to chat with Leigh Ellis about Jerry Sloan’s sudden retirement, Tyson Chandler feeling he’s an All-Star and the Cavs 26-game losing streak.Read More