Leading 30-23 at halftime, the Fordham Rams did not look back as they went on to beat the Siena Saints 69-67. With the Rams up seven at the half, we got the chance to talk with Mike Breen, a WFUV sports alumnus, the voice of the New York Knicks on MSG, and the voice of the NBA on ESPN, as part of the One on One Halftime Report.
New York Knicks
Brett Pollakoff (@BrettEP) of NBCSports.com joined the podcast to dissect the early results from the Nets and Knicks, plus project a realistic season for the injury-laden Thunder.
Jared Dubin (@JADubin5), of Hardwood Paroxysm called in to our 2014 Season Preview to provide some insight into the prospects of the Knicks and Nets, plus Kenny Ducey, Matt Rosenfeld, and Kevin Kelly give a full slate of season predictions.
Jason Concepcion (@netw3rk) of Grantland joined the podcast to discuss his experience at Summer League, realistic expectations for the Knicks, the favorite in the East, and more.
I’ve always casually watched the NBA Summer League. In a time where the focus is almost entirely on baseball, watching a couple of basketball games per day is a good way to have a change of pace and scout some young talent. But after being courtside in Las Vegas for five days, my appreciation for the Summer League has grown immensely.
Scott Cacciola (@ScottCacciola) of the New York Times sat down with me at the NBA's Las Vegas Summer League to check in on the Knicks mid-offseason, break down the re-signing of Carmelo Anthony, and project how the team will look come the regular season.