Robert Silverman from Knickerblogger.net joins Jay as we talk about Phil Jackson possibly becoming president of the Knicks, the three game winning streak and what that means for a possible playoff run, how either of these things will effect Melos decision and much more
Archive for Basketball
After some time off the WarriorsWorld podcast is back and ready to talk some basketball.
Sheed is out, so we brought back old friend Frank Gomez of BayAreaBall and The Bay Area Sports Report to fill in. In our first segment we talk the 4-2 road trip, why Andre Iguodala isn’t nowhere near a disappointment, the upcoming homestand and playoff seeding.
In our second and final segment we talk my trip to New York for Warriors-Knicks and why Andre Drummond has nothing to worry about.
After forever and a decade, the San Antonio Spurs are finally back at full strength. The good news comes at a great time as the Spurs are only 22 games away from their 17th consecutive post-season appearance. March is a relatively relaxed month for the squad but they do have tough test tonight against the visiting Miami Heat. We preview the Spurs-Heat matchup and take look at how the Western Conference playoff race is shaping up.
Also on episode #318: Buyout market fallout, Tony Parker's return from the injury list, the 39 team assists extravaganza, and the phallometric contest that is "who had a more impressive night?" Stephen Anderson (@andersonstevem) joins hosts Jose Grijalva (@JRG1023) and Aaron Preine (@DukeOfBexar) to discuss all of this and more on the one and only Spurscast. The original Spurs Podcast.
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Music: Miss You by The Rolling Stones
Jay and Will talk about the last four games, top 5 things in NYC that are worse than the Knicks, available free agents this summer, Melos mindset, and much more