In this week's episode, I discuss March Madness, all the upsets, both the men's and women's brackets, the Western Conference Standings, All the injuries and finally I talk about this article about the difficulties in being a coach and a mother. Article Link: https://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/ncaaw/2018/03/19/working-moms-coaching-balance-basketball-and-family/432944002/
In this Episode, I talk about the SI report detailing the culture within the Dallas front office and how that may cause a league wide change in hiring practices and well as my solution to paying college players once they leave college.
In this week's episode, I recap All Star Weekend held in Los Angeles, talk about my desire to move All Star Weekend to the beginning of the season, give players 2 weeks off in the middle of the season to avoid injuries, and my take on LeBron's I am more than an athlete campaign.
Here's the link for the 10 minute Basketball Podcast on Stitcher https://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=167164&refid=stpr In this episode, I talk about the Blake Griffin trade that shocked the NBA and how it will affect negotiations for the new CBA, how LeBron will win MVP this year, and how LeBron won't go to the Warriors but why he should to give more power to the players
Here is the link for Common Man Music and Jon Jorgenson's new single: "Nothing You Can Do" https://open.spotify.com/track/0Faj2SrTGZkkBOqyXzyTZH?si=whoHZjXCR-WGMNyATKBXFA On this week's episode, I talk about why Jason Kidd getting fired is possibly not the solution the Milwaukee Bucks are looking for, how being better at defense might actually land you a job in the NBA, Injuries to Boogie Cousins and Andre Roberson and finally how the 2012 OKC Thunder might go down as the best team to never...
Episode 13! In Episode 13 I talk about the moves I would make as the Cavs GM which include trading Isaiah Thomas, JR Smith, Tristan Thompson and Shumpert all to get Lou Williams and Thabo Selfolosha, How awful it is to be an alum of the University of Pittsburgh with how much they've lost this year and how the NBA should play their preseason games overseas instead of midseason games.
In this week's episode, I talk about who I think the next Kobe Bryant is, I recap IT's comeback, his future, the Cavs-Celtics game, the Warriors-Rockets game, and how refs can use virtual reality to help ref-fan engagement.
On Episode 11, I talk about the pointlessness of the 2 Minute Report which totally throws the refs under the bus, how Vince Carter is making LeBron James think he can play until he is 50, How I'm not sure if the Bulls actually know how to tank and how Michigan State will probably be the NCAA Champions come April.
Episode 10: I talk about Craig Sager and his battle with Acute Myeloid Leukemia, The Chicago Bulls are on a 5 game win streak and the Family Tree of current failed Big 3 experiments. Also if you would like to look into registering for the National Bone Marrow Program, https://bethematch.org and don't forget to download Silent Night by Common Man Music. 100% of the revenue from this song are being donated to the Michael J Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research...
Download the track here: https://commonmanmusic.bandcamp.com/releases On this episode, I talk about firing a coach midseason and how it won't work, how Aaron Gordon is the Healthy Blake Griffin, LeBron James' MVP form and why I would get rid of free throws if I was a Adam Silver.
I talk about who should be thankful this Holiday Season, College Rankings and the need for criteria when distributing the rankings, and how 20 games into the NBA season, we have a pretty good indication how the season will go.
In Episode 5, I cover if I believe Derrick Rose is Hall of Fame worthy, I give my thoughts on the Paul George-Victor Olapido Trade, how each of them are playing this season, and I talk about 4 contracts that every GM and owner wishes they could take back.
First podcast from the 10 minute basketball podcast talking about how LeBron James will win the MVP this year, how WNBA and NBA owners need to band together to leverage the popularity of the spot to increase profits for both leagues and wages for WNBA players, plus my hot take on Lonzo Ball being the perfect point guard for the wrong era of basketball.
I have a special guest on this week's episode, Russell Uchizono. Russell brings us a fresh perspective on his Rookie of the Year candidate, Lonzo Ball's struggles and if he were in charge of the NBA what he would change.