So I forgot to post last week’s podcast. My bad. But guess what? That means I’ve got two new episodes for you to check out! You’re welcome.
Let’s start with the most recent : When Russell Westbrook’s in the building…OhMiGod!
On this week’s edition of All Sports Everything Radio (ep. 83), I began the show bigging up the (then) .500 NY Knicks and their highly anticipated matchup against OKC and triple-double machine Russell Westbrook (4:30 / 54:03). Then things got a bit heavy as I discussed the complicated life and legacy of former Cuban leader Fidel Castro and relayed Colin Kaepernick’s recently criticized Castro remarks (10:04). The NY Jets followed with me vowing to only discuss the Jets rebuilding plans in the future because I am officially DONE with this team (20:00 / 51:17); the 8-3 NY Giants succeeding, but looking ahead to a scary December (31:20); and how Derek Carr and the Raiders are shocking everybody (42:55). NBA talk resumed with the Knicks (again) at 54:03 and followed with the Bradley Beal chokehold, Westbrook for MVP, Cavs on a new level, and grumpy Gregg Popovich. Lastly, I praised OSU and UM for a fantastic game, but called BS on the refs’ first down call….boooo… (1:14:09).Take a listen and leave your thoughts in the comments! And share. And subscribe via iTunes! PLEASE.
AND last week…I kicked off the show with the fate of Texas head coach Charlie Strong (7:51), and a UM vs OSU preview (11:11). Then, begrudgingly discussed the Jets being underdogs despite a bye week, and why Todd Bowles continues to start Ryan Fitzpatrick (ugh!) (16:41), the NY Giants vs Chicago Bears including why they always play down to their competition (23:09), the Dallas Cowboys, Dak for MVP, and Jerry’s World (37:03). And in the NBA, Joakim Noah’s role on the NY Knick as well as Phil Jackson’s “posse” comments (1:03:40), Michael Jordan shading Kevin Durant (1:08:00), and other league news. Again,take a listen and leave your thoughts in the comments! And share. And subscribe via iTunes! PLEASE.
photo via Mark D. Smith, USA TODAY Sports)