What an absurd headline for the 2017 NBA season but hear me out a little. The Process is working and its working well, Philly just needs to stay the course. Joel Embiid has proven to be the beast people hoped for and is on his way to becoming the most likable young NBA player. He has a phenomenal twitter/Instagram game and is also dominating on the court. The Sixers are playing well and that hasn’t been said it forever, forrreeverrr. They beat the Clippers last night (without Paul) without Embiid. That should have been an auto win for the Clippers. Over Continue reading Are The Sixers Winning Too Much?!
Good news, Derrick Rose was at practice yesterday and will suit up for the Knicks in tonight’s game vs the Sixers. The bad news is he isn’t returning from an injury, he is returning from going AWOL and literally not showing up to the Knicks home game vs the Pelicans. A game that Knicks needed to win, and subsequently lost by 14 at home to the PELICANS, they we down 30 at one point. Then there was this… Perfect timing by Rose to put out this request. Such a classic Knicks’ player move, strike when the iron is hot, no Continue reading The Circus Returns to MSG
The start of the NBA means a few things: Charles Barkley is back on TV a few times a week, highlight reel dunks and basketball being played every day from now unit July. All of these things get me excited I mean look at this clip of Barkley he is pure gold and an Emmy winner, for real! The other things the return of the NBA brings is new shoe commercials. While this may not excite everyone, this shit gets me jacked up. Typically its a powerful Nike message about LeBron coming back to Cleveland, typically they help relate the Continue reading The Power of NBA Shoe Commercials
After a week of being technology stupid we have figured it out and were back in the studio (our small NYC bedrooms). Episode 9 touches everything from the Worls Series to Penn States big win over Ohio State last week. Segments include Highly Recruited / Highly Educated, Why we Hate Notre Dame and Almosts. Be sure to listen to the Hot Soup and Homer Picks of the week. Biiiii!!!!!
The 2016 Charlotte Hornets are exactly what you think. An exciting, young bunch with the capability to stick with most teams in the NBA because of the great defensive play. This team is very similar to last year and has added some key pieces, plus, they get MKG back from injury. In the playoffs against Miami, the Hornets saw the need for a rim protector while getting absolutely dominated by Hassan Whiteside. Adding Roy Hibbert as that piece may be huge. It’s a no loss situation for the Hornets here. A cheap one-year deal has nothing but upside. Hibbert is Continue reading Your 2016 Charlotte Hornets Preview