Episode 286: 2022 NBA Draft Thoughts Chris Horwedel
The Atlantic Files #234: Kyrie Irving is Not Dependable Alex Fischbein
Episode 82: Professional Octopus Greg Crone
Draft Reaction & Free Agency Preview Deon Franklin
Anxiously Awaiting Free Agency After a Quiet Draft Night Charlie Erling
357. Darren Rovell, Action Network Seth Everett
Draft Lookback, Prop Bet Results Kevin Sweeney
On this week’s episode of The Underdog, with Matt Crone unavailable, Chris Horwedel flies the ship solo and uses this show as an opportunity to share his in-depth thoughts on the 2022 NBA Draft and recent NBA moves. Chris goes pick-by-pick through the first round of the draft giving his analysis and thoughts on each selection’s fit on their new teams.
On this week’s episode of The Atlantic Files, Kyrie Irving is causing a lot of drama again and we preview the looming NBA Free Agency period!
The Hallowed Ground is joined by Jill Cunniff who played bass and served as lead vocals and chief songwriter of the band Luscious Jackson. Now, Jill pursues her lifelong passion as a professional artist, fusing her art with music.
On this episode the guys celebrate an outstanding week, recap their NHL futures, and look at the week ahead with only 1 major league sport. Three members of the show went positive last week and as the sports get scarcer the boys look to stay hot.
Acclaimed animation writer/producer John Semper joins the podcast in anticipation of the new Warner Bros. Animation / DC Universe upcoming release “Green Lantern: Beware My Power,” which is released on Blu-Ray/Digital on 7/26, which he co-wrote with Ernie Altbacker (HOJ Ep 261).
On this week’s episode of the Sunny in PHX Podcast, Charlie and Mitch talk about the Deandre Ayton situation, the NBA Draft, and the NBA Summer League.
On this week’s episode of You’re Wrong… and Here’s Why, Chris Horwedel and Greg Crone talk about what turned into an unpredictable, yet somewhat bland NBA Draft before diving into the NBA’s movement toward positionless basketball and a talk about how chalk NBA Finals match-ups have historically been.