808s and Ankle Breaks: Episode 38

Co-host’s Jonathan Kermah and Trevor Wilson discuss hot takes from Twitter on various hip-hop (15:38) and basketball (33:44) topics. Is Kendrick Lamar bound to lose the throne? Does Kanye West have anything below a great album? Is Chris Paul overrated on the all-time point guard list? Tune in for the discussion.

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Produced by: Jonathan Kermah

Edited by: Trevor Wilson

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Who to Watch (December 7 – December 13)

 

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (12) passes against the Minnesota Vikings during the first half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Dec. 2, 2018, in Foxborough, Mass.
Credit: Elise Amendola/AP

Welcome to another edition of Who to Watch!

Since we last met, the Rams clinched a playoff birth, Mark Sanchez was seen on a football field, and Gordon Hayward came back to life.  OBJ and Tarik Cohen threw some touchdowns, Cam Newton threw a lot of interceptions, and Phillip Lindsey continues to make every GM in the NFL stupid for not drafting him.  Contrary to popular belief, LeBron James is not washed. Oh, and a belated happy birthday to the Greek Freak, who turned 24 yesterday… that’s right, nowhere near his peak, folks.

Lets see who the crew* has their eyes on for this upcoming week

*Kerm was not able to contribute this week.  He’s been working hard in the lab with 808s and Ankle Breaks (LISTEN HERE), so we forgive him.

Continue reading “Who to Watch (December 7 – December 13)”