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When Do We Tip Off?

Kevin Sweeney September 15, 2020

This show’s a fun one. Brad and Kevin preview a critical week for what the college basketball season might look like, including start dates, bubbles, events, and much more.

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Maui in Asheville? Three Months Away

Kevin Sweeney September 8, 2020

The picture for college basketball gets clearer, with all signs pointing to a November 25 start date. We discuss what non-conference might look like, the hilarity of Maui in Asheville, daily testing in the Pac-12, and then get into roster movement.

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We’ll Play When We Play

Kevin Sweeney August 13, 2020

Kevin and Brad attempt to ignore the uncertainties about what a college basketball season might look like and instead focus on what they can control: recruiting and player movement.

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Draft Decisions Are In!

Kevin Sweeney August 5, 2020

Luka Garza, Isaiah Joe, Ayo Dosunmu, John Petty, and Aaron Henry are all back. It’s going to be a fun year. Brad and Kevin break down some huge returns and what it means for college basketball.

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Petrusev, Kuminga, Baylor, and More

Kevin Sweeney July 22, 2020

Brad and Kevin get back after it after a bit of a break, talking about Filip Petrusev’s decision to return to Europe, Jonathan Kuminga’s official G-League announcement, Baylor’s dynamite 2021 recruiting class that features a 5-star, and much more from the transfer market.

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Rain Maker

Kevin Sweeney July 7, 2020

Kevin and Brad break down all the big news of the week, including what Makur Maker’s commitment to Howard means for the future of college basketball: