Looking for two NBA fans talking about the upcoming NBA season for an absurd amount of time?
Hey, you’ve come to the right place! If you’ve got some time to call, be sure to check out the two-part NBA Season Preview Podcast that my cousin Gianni Zambito and I conducted last weekend. In the two parts we predict every teams record for the upcoming season and tackle all of the major storylines. Can the San Antonio Spurs repeat? What will the Cleveland Cavaliers look like? Will the Philadelphia 76ers set the NBA record for most losses in a season? How many shots will Russell Westbrook attempt per game while Kevin Durant is out? Is Anthony Davis due for another breakout season? Will the Phoenix Suns regress? How bad will the Indiana Pacers offense be?
So pour yourself a glass of wine–or just do what I’d do and grab a beer out of the fridge–and get comfortable. And definitely don’t feel obligated to listen to all of it at once. Take a listen for a while, mark your spot, come back later. Even we got a little woozy towards the end.
Part One (Eastern Conference)
Part Two (Western Conference)
My cousin Gianni Zambito joined me in The Captain’s Corner to recap last weeks NBA Draft, and also to speculate on what is to come during the NBA’s Free Agency period.
It’s a basketball hotbed right now in Florida, and I decided to bring in two basketball experts to discuss it. Podcast veteran Paul Clark and first time guest Corey Edwards join me to discuss FGCU, the NCAA Tournament, the Miami Heat streak, and everything else in the world of the NBA in this edition of The Captain’s Corner.
WARNING: There are severe technical difficulties within this podcast. But if you weather that storm, you’ll be getting some excellent basketball insight.
In my favorite annual podcast of the year, Paul Clark and I discuss the entire NBA landscape in a two-part discussion. In part one we look at the Las Vegas odds for win totals for all of the Eastern Conference teams. We discuss the defending NBA Champion Miami Heat, the evolution of LeBron James, the improved Boston Celtics, and Pauley manages to make me hate myself for taking the over on the wins for the Cleveland Cavaliers. In part two we take a look at the Western Conference. Can the New Orleans Hornets possibly make the playoffs? Do the Clippers possibly have too many guys? And can Pauley’s Lakers make a push for Kobe’s 6th NBA Title.
After the Miami Heat took a 3-1 lead in the NBA Finals last night, the excitement level bubbling inside of me was at previously unknown heights. Knowing that I am now just one game away from shouting the words “LeBron James, NBA Champion” is foreign territory for me. It’s exciting, yet I’m absolutely terrified. I’m still not counting Oklahoma City. I have the tendency to be way too cautious, plus it would be unrealistic to do so. This is the same Oklahoma City team that came back from down 2-0 against a team that had won 20 straight games. My stomach already hurts for Thursday night. Somehow, I managed to pull myself together, put on my game face, and knock out an hour-long podcast with Paul Clark talking about the best NBA Finals in over a decade, and the upcoming 2012 NBA Draft. Check out this edition of The Captain’s Corner.