— 31st of July 2018 — NBA

The Baseline Podcast: Our First Quarter Interim Report

By Warren Shaw and Cal Lee The Breakdown Cal and Shaw lay down interesting storylines that have emerged during the first quarter of games this season The Indiana Pacers and Victor Oladipo are cuttin’ up in the Central Division (5:05) The Atlantic Division is must-see basketball on a nightly basis (10:15) Boogie Cousins playing like […]

– Dylan Hughes
— 31st of July 2018 — NBA

Thunder Big 3: Everything In Its Right Place

The Thunder begin to show glimpses of what they could be, both good and bad. “You must suffer me to go my own dark way.” ―Robert Louis Stevenson, The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde By David Brandon What are the Oklahoma City Thunder? Last week, they hit the lowest point of their […]

– David Brandon
— 31st of July 2018 — NBA

Is Sacramento Right for George Hill?

The journeyman point guard seems an odd fit with the Kings. By Zack Kobler The Sacramento Kings and dysfunctionality are words that are completely synonymous with each other for even the casual NBA fan. With the last playoff appearance happening in 2006, Kings General Manager Vlade Divac was fed up this past season and ready […]

– David Brandon
— 31st of July 2018 — NBA

Baggage, Brand and Ball: The Next Chapter of Basketball’s Most Polarizing Family

Lonzo has made it to the other side, but LiAngelo and LaMelo are still caught in the trap of LaVar. By Dylan Hughes It wasn’t long ago when the Ball family was simply an intriguing basketball story. On launch day of The Ringer, Danny Chau published this piece, titled Be Like Steph? It was a fascinating […]

– Dylan Hughes
— 31st of July 2018 — NBA

Pick and Flow NBA Podcast Ep.042: Premature Ejections

Ben and Trevor are back and attempting to speak about: Ben being the spokesman for Hooked on Phonics Refs and their premature ejections The injury epidemic The Warriors are going to have to learn to actually try The Cavs keep streaking Who needs a DJ? Should Billy be Done-ovan? Pod available at all the places […]

– David Brandon
— 31st of July 2018 — NBA

The San Antonio Spurs: Return of the Klaw

The San Antonio Spurs and LaMarcus Aldridge have continued to rack-up wins in the absence of Kawhi Leonard. How will his return affect Aldridge’s rhythm? By Paul Headley There are precious few truisms in the world. Human beings need water and food to survive. Falling from a 200-foot building will result in death. The San […]

– Paul Headley
— 31st of July 2018 — NBA

Donovan Mitchell is opening new doors for the Utah Jazz

It turns out there is hope in a post-Gordon Hayward world. By Dylan Hughes It took six years for the Utah Jazz to build into a competitive playoff force in the Western Conference. With a fiery coach and strong roster held together by two stars, Utah had a bright future ahead. All it took was […]

– Dylan Hughes
— 31st of July 2018 — NBA

The Baseline Podcast: Lob City to Sob City–why the Clippers are spiraling

The Breakdown Clippers future in question with Blake Griffin out two months. Radio host and longtime L.A. Clippers super fan Clipper Darrell joins the show to break down why Doc Rivers is to blame for L.A.’s limited success. Should DeAndre Jordan be traded and why is Austin Rivers trusted with heavy minutes? The Drop We […]

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— 31st of July 2018 — NBA

The Wraparound NBA Podcast: Sacramento Kings Talk and the Western Conference With Greg Wissinger

You can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts. Reviews and ratings would be appreciated. Sacramento Kings Talk and the Western Conference: With Greg Wissinger by The Wraparound NBA podcast Greg Wissinger, editor of the Sactown Royalty, jumped on the podcast to give the lowdown on the Kings young players. Also […]

– Paul Headley
— 31st of July 2018 — NBA

Clint Capela: Houston Rockets’ X – Factor

As the Houston Rockets continue to lead the Western Conference Clint Capela is emerging as the teams X-Factor By Preston Dubey In his third season as a full-time starter after replacing Dwight Howard, Clint Capela is having a breakout year. The 23 year-old Swiss big man is in his fourth year in the league, all […]

– Tamberlyn Richardson