NBA Playoffs? NBA Playoffs! Can LeBron flip the switch? Early round upset? Could James Harden survive the force of nature that is Westbrook and shoot down the Spurs? The NBA renaissance is fully upon us and Drew and Mike will break down the 2017 match-ups (assuming Drew can figure out exactly whose playing). Listen as Drew tries to explain how Steph Curry is worse this year (he isn't) and Mike throws Tyler Zeller a shout out. Oh, and find out who the most interesting player in the NBA is...
The NFL is back in Los Angeles, and with not one team but two. Will it be twice the fun, or do LA fans really hate the Chargers as much as they seem to? Also, we jump right in on the Super Bowl, ponder just how much NBA players embarrassed themselves with their all-star voting, and let Mike have his moment in the sun after N.C. State stunned Duke in Cameron.
We use Bill Simmons and Malcolm Gladwell's recent post on the subject of the Future of Football (https://theringer.com/bill-simmons-malcolm-gladwell-future-of-the-nfl-b6e14a14124) as a spring board to talk about football's "second conversations" and our thoughts on the proposals to improve the sport.
We talk about our favorite moments from first presidential debate. You will never believe what the pilot said when he sat down next to Mike at a bar in an airport as the debate began. Ron shares his thoughts on Colin Kaepernick's now that the protests he inspired have spread across sporting events. We also manage to work in reflects on College Football and the Panther's season that is gotten off to a rocky start. We leave no stone unturned in this episode and "That makes us smart." ;)
The ACC men’s basketball marquee event started yesterday in the traditional way: With four lousy teams playing somewhere far away, we’re not sure where, on a Tuesday in front of nobody. In this edition of the Blooperman Podcast, we discuss the teetering relevance of the proud ACC tournament and tackle a couple of tough buy, sell or holds: Will Virginia’s Malcolm Brogdon, the first player to be named ACC Player of the Year and Defensive Player of the Year in the same season, make it in the...
We talk with Edwin Arnaudin, movie critic for the Asheville-Citizen Times, about what makes a move Oscar worthy and whether "The Revenant" would have been better off if it had stuck closer to what actually happened Hugh Glass.
In this episode of the Blooperman Podcast we explore the location of the Super Bowl, we do our best to predict the score and then make our Super Bowl prop bets including how many times "dab" or "dabbing" will be said during the broadcast.