Kaan Erel, co-host of the NBA Front Office podcast, founder of The Bench Mob, and Salary Capologist, joins the show to formulate trades and speculate player movement that might be on the horizon before the Feb. 8th trade deadline,
Glen Willis, cohost of the Full Court Press podcast, joins the Almighty Ballin NBA Show for in-depth analysis of each Christmas day breakdown – from the teams to the games, we leave no analytical stone unturned.
Tom Zayas joins Chris Axmann to talk LA Lakers after their overtime loss to the NY Knicks, and before Christmas day. How have Ingram, Randall, and Jordan Clarkson improved, and will they even be on the roster next year? Also, I give hypothetical free agency pitches to Tom to see how he would feel about the Lakers if he were in superstar shoes.
Cole Zwicker of the Step Back, The Stepien, and Ode to Oden joins the show to discuss a handful of subjects, starting with the Knicks, and ending with the incredible development of the young Sixers’ core.
The Sixers are rolling – with 5 straight wins, the young core is rounding in to form as quickly as optimistic fans hoped. With one of the brightest futures in the league, it’s sometimes easy to lose track of how their playing in the here and now, so Eric Sidewater joins me for a conversation about the Post-Process 76ers.
Glen Willis from the Full Court Press podcast and Dane Moore from the Hypothetical Timberwolves show join the Almighty Ballin NBA podcast to talk about the Timberwolves rocky start and the clues it provides us about their future as possible NBA contenders.
Andy Harrington, one of the two cohosts of Almighty Baller Radio’s own Orlando Magic Podcast, joins me to discuss the hot start brewing down in Orlando. Aaron Gordon and Evan Fournier are shooting lights out, and Vucevic has found his 3 point stroke: but will their success last?
dave dufour, chris axmann, james holas. WE talk about the FIRST three days of NBA BASKETBALL – focusing on the LAKERS vs CLIPPERS and the THUNDER vs KNICKS and the unfortunate injuries to gordon hayward and jeremy lin
The Boston Celtics have a new look this year: from Kyrie to Hayward and everyone in between – what’s the impact of their new players on the Celts’ play style and upside? Michael Pina of Vice Sports gives his take.
The Raptors are bringing the gang back (mostly), so Blake Murphy, site editor at RaptorsRepublic.com joins the show to let the listeners know what changes happened behind the scenes and how Toronto’s new talent slides in alongside their veterans.
Dane Moore of Canis Hoopus and the JM to DM podcast joins the show to discuss the Minnessota Timberwolves and their new star studded team as they battle to make the playoffs for the first time in over a decade. How does the Jimmy Butler addition change the odds, and why is Gorgui Dieng not that great? Tune in!
Thank God Nate McMillan is around to hold this Pacers team back, because this is a squad in need of a high draft pick. With the ability to spread the floor around Turner and Oladipo, a better coach might actually win some games – Flavor Dave of The Miller Time podcast joins me to discuss why the Pacers are headed for a crash.
The oddsmakers are predicting a break out year for the young Philadelphia 76ers, headlined by Markelle Fultz and Ben Simmons as the rookies of the hour. But don’t sleep on Embiid: if he can make it to the court this season, Philly is going to win a lot of games in a soft Eastern Conference: Max Rappaport joins me once again to discuss.