It started in 2010. That summer the NBA changed drastically and still has not been the same since. It was the summer where players began to take power into their own hands, abandoning the teams that drafted them and teaming up with other stars to win championships.
ESPN's Amin Elhassan (@AminESPN) talks NBA Free Agency with Kenny Ducey and Kristian O'Hara on One on One. He talks about where big name players like Lebron James and Carmelo Anthony will end up, if the Big Three will disband, the worst free agent signings thus far and much more.
Tim Bontemps (@TimBontemps) of the New York Post joined the podcast to discuss the ramifications of Jason Kidd's departure and Free Agency, including questions about the future of Paul Pierce - plus the decisions that lie with LeBron and Melo.
If you haven't heard yet, Jason Kidd has created the biggest story of the NBA off-season so far. In an effort to gain some type of Phil Jackson, personnel role within the Nets organization, while maintaining his role as head coach, Kidd has asked Nets ownership for a promotion.
Kenny Ducey and Kevin Kelly recap a long, but adventurous, NBA Draft in Brooklyn, and are joined by Moke Hamilton (@MokeHamilton) of Basketball Insiders and SNY to make more sense of the evening.
Rarely are draft classes praised by NBA Draft experts. It seems like every season the analysts’ proclaim that the current year’s draft is worse than the one prior. However, it is even more rare for analysts to even dare to compare a draft class to the legendary 1984 class or even the illustrious 2003 class…until now.
Sean Highkin (@highkin), of Sports on Earth, and Jared Dubin (@JADubin5), of Bloomberg Sports and Hardwood Paroxysm, joined us to talk about the draft and free agency. We also discussed the Tyson Chandler trade and what the Knicks could do with the two second round picks they now have.
Amin Elhassan (@AminESPN) of ESPN Insider joined the podcast from San Antonio to discuss the Spurs' quest for revenge against the Heat, potential matchups, and the future of both Tim Duncan and Miami's Big Three.