Just when I couldn’t like this guy anymore, he finds a way! Continue reading “Good for you, Giannis”
Okay, I am going to say this right off the bat: Dwyane Wade had a better career than Paul Pierce.
Did everyone get that? Did everyone see I wrote that? Are we good? Okay, good.
As we saw on Friday night, Paul Pierce lit a fire when he said he had a better career than Dwyane Wade. Before we go any further, I just want you to hear Pierce’s logic: Continue reading “Paul Pierce vs. Dwyane Wade”
Jonathan Kermah and Trevor Wilson briefly discuss the tragic death of Nipsey Hussle (12:10), introduce their new segment: “Pause, Party, Play” (17:47) and run through the week in NBA news (42:32).
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Check out our artist of the week, Lazy Summer
Produced By: Jonathan Kermah
Edited By: Trevor Wilson
As a Celtics fan, I think Brad Stevens is a great leader (even if this season has been a bit less than ideal at times). Ever since the Celtics rebuild began to take positive strides – coinciding around the last presidential election cycle – fans began to joke about Brad running for president (as well as other coaches such as Gregg Popovich and Steve Kerr). Obviously, Brad isn’t looking to run for office anytime soon.
However, as candidates are throwing their hat in the ring for the 2020 presidential election, he has an uncanny look-alike looking to become the next leader of the United States. Continue reading “Brad Stevens 2020?”
Jonathan Kermah and Trevor Wilson discuss the latest albums from NAV and Rich the Kid (18:45), Lonzo Ball’s departure with Big Baller Brand and end of the season stat lines (33:30).
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Check out our artist of the week, Chris Focus.
Produced by: Jonathan Kermah
Edited by: Trevor Wilson
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