Golden State enters the season with a shot at a 3-peat and their fourth championship in five years
Pierce & Scott are back while Joe is already a third of the way to meeting our over/under of shows he'll miss this first half of the season. Alas.... we got a soundboard! So just know this show was shenanigans.
It’s the 30th anniversary of the first retirement of Michael Jordan. Jack M Silverstein sits down with Pierce and Scott to uncover some of the conspiracies surrounding the first time MJ walked away from the game of basketball.
Scott (@Scott_CEOofSUH) and Mariano (@mariannoo) are back for another season of Chicago Bulls basketball! This episode they welcome Hoops N Brews co-host Pavy (@Pavyworld) on media day for an early preview of the 2018-19 squad.
How are LeBron James, the Lakers, and the 90s Bulls linked? It’s a sign of the Lakers’ continued dominance, and how the Bulls missed a chance to turn a dynasty into a DYNASTY @readjack
The boys are joined by Al Patron & Trey Bizzy to recap a hot start to free agency in the Association
Scott & Mariano recap the NBA Draft, the Bulls' selections of Wendell Carter Jr. at No. 7 and Chandler Hutchison at No. 22, and what it means for Chicago going forward. Plus, Deandre Ayton to the Suns, Michael Porter Jr. slips, and more!
The Warriors are a dynasty, but it wasn’t without internal drama. @HoolianOh looks at the relationship on the court between their two best players and whether they’ve reached a turning point
It's the season finale of Ball Don't Lie! Author & creator Al Patron (@Al_Patron) joins the crew to wrap up the NBA season. Are the Warriors a dynasty, and how long will their window be open for? We also talk about the ridiculous of LeBron James stans and has the GOAT debate finally been laid to rest? Also what's our overall grade on the NBA, did Drake catch the biggest L in Hip-Hop history, and our final Goofy Mogs of the season.
The Barber's Chair crew recap Game 3 of the NBA Finals, KD's massive 43-point game, Steph's lack of productivity and LeBron's triple double Finals failure.
Check out Barber's Chair Live after Game 2 of the NBA Finals! Pierce and Scott are joined by Rico (@PLAYBOIRICO), the host of Rico's Playhouse, to discuss the Warriors' blowout of the Cavs, Steph Curry staking his claim to Finals MVP, and our predictions for Game 3. Plus a little Power, Game of Thrones and The Wire talk. This game was so bad we couldn't help ourselves.
@Mariannoo joins @Scott_CEOofSUH @FlowsAndolini & @HennyOmega to dissect Game One, including JR Smith's bonehead play at the end of regulation, Steph's magnificent game, LeBron's first 50-point playoff performance, Kevin Durant's struggles, and whatever the hell LeBron and co. showed up to the game wearing.
It's a Ball Don't Lie extra! Scott and Pierce are joined by author & historian Jack M Silverstein (@readjack) to talk about the NBA Finals. The trio also remember the Bulls championship run in the 90s, and Jack challenges Scott's take on LeBron James making eight consecutive Finals appearances.
The Warriors are trying to cement a dynasty. So why doesn’t it feel like this Finals is a foregone conclusion? @HoolianOh
The NBA Finals are set, and the Cavs and Warriors are ready for round 4. Pierce and Scott discuss the Conference Finals, whether LeBron making eight straight NBA Finals matters, and who wins the NBA Finals!
The Warriors look to squeeze the throat of the Rockets with their MVP back in form. @HoolianOh looks ahead to game 4 of the Western Conference Finals
Scott is sick so it's just Joe and Pierce on this week's Ball Don't Lie. We talk about the Conference Finals midway through, the Vegas Golden Knights making the Stanley Cup final as an expansion team, Deadpool 2 and Solo: a Star Wars Story.
On episode 89 of @HoopsNBrews, @Pavyworld & @reeltpj talk the Rockets losing game 3 in historic fashion to the Warriors, the Cavaliers game 3 performance, if the Cavs can comeback to beat the Celtics, the NBA draft and more.
On the morn of the NBA Draft Lottery, there’s still much reform needed on the collegiate level. @OctobersOwnTae examines how the NCAA is getting over on young ballplayers