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Discussion in 'Sports & Training' started by RyGuy45, May 8, 2015.
I was crying at Dom just wanting to do the show and not be deep dived
God Shammgod created a legendary move. His NBA coaching crossover could be even bigger. - The Washington Post https://www.washingtonpost.com/spor...-could-be-even-bigger/?utm_term=.39ae65cb24a5
OKC-GSW Game 6, 2016: A Special Sports Rewatchables With Chris Ryan and Joe House | The Bill Simmons Podcast HBO and The Ringer's Bill Simmons is joined by Chris Ryan and Joe House to revisit Game 6 of the 2016 Western Conference finals (also known as "The Klay Game"), complete with the most rewatchable sequences, what-ifs, half-assed internet research, and more! -
I was halfway listening.. gotta check again tomorrow at work.. but Simmons always been easy on Durant and this is no exception
I mean dude throws out crazy hypotheticals when it comes to other guys.. but doesn't go in on KD who we now know was texting with the warriors players about going there
HoopsHype: With Alex Kennedy
KnuckleHeads: D. Miles and Q. Rich
No Chill Podcast: Gil Arenas
Jalen and Jacoby
Zach Lowe Podcast
That should have you covered basketball wise.
The Sports Repodders on James Dolan, Dan Jenkins, Best Sports Books, and a Friendlier Media | The Bill Simmons Podcast HBO and The Ringer's Bill Simmons is joined by Bryan Curtis and The Wall Street Journal's Jason Gay to discuss sportswriters of old, Twitter's role in changing the media landscape, unhappy players, James Dolan and other curious team owners, the college admissions scandal, the greatest sports books, and more. -
I always enjoy these.
These have been very good
Freakonomics Radio presents a special series, “The Hidden Side of Sports,” that explores how sports became an entertainment juggernaut, how the economics actually work, and how the best athletes in the world do their job. Among the interview subjects: N.B.A. veterans J.J. Redick and Jeremy Lin, San Francisco 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo (and many of his teammates, coaches, and executives), sportscaster Dan Patrick, U.F.C. fighter Lauren Murphy, Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban, former M.L.B. slugger Mark Teixeira, N.F.L.P.A. executive director DeMaurice Smith, former cyclist Lance Armstrong, former N.F.L. defensive back Domonique Foxworth, and the Olympic champions Simone Manuel (swimming), Shawn Johnson (gymnastics), Kerri Walsh Jennings (beach volleyball), and Mikaela Shiffrin (alpine skiing). : http://freakonomics.com/hidden-sports/
A few of the standout episode
Not Just Another Labor Force
If you think talent and hard work give top athletes all the leverage to succeed, think again. As employees in the Sports-Industrial Complex, they’ve got a tight earnings window, a high injury rate, little choice in where they work — and a very early forced retirement. (Ep. 6 of “The Hidden Side of Sports” series.) : http://freakonomics.com/podcast/sports-6/
For most of us, the athletes are what make sports interesting. But if you own the team or run the league, your players are essentially very expensive migrant workers who eat into your profits. We talk to N.F.L., N.B.A., and U.F.C. executives about labor costs, viewership numbers, legalized gambling, and the rise of e-sports. (Ep. 5 of “The Hidden Side of Sports” series.) : http://freakonomics.com/podcast/sports-5/
Count the Dings, an offshoot of the OG True Hoop pod has joined The Athletic. I'm happy for them as I've followed Jade and his team since they were on True Hoop/ESPN, thanks to recommendations here for their pods. Happy to see them make it to a good company in The Athletic.
Great mind for the game