Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

Mickstape is the preeminent Basketball Podcast ever of all time. @Tyleriam and @ColeyMick bring you the most correct takes about all things basketball, from the parquet to the playground and beyond. If you're looking for advanced stats, facts, or things of that nature, you've come to the wrong place entirely. This is the Rasheed Wallace of podcasts. The Allen Iverson of podcasts. The JR Smith of podcasts. Go ahead and smash that subscribe button or be mocked ruthlessly by your friends and family for years to come.


The Return Of The Live

Manager of Player Likeness at EA Sports @emesola joins us to talk about...Manager of Player Likeness at EA Sports @emesola joins us to talk about the return of NBA Live. We go over some of our all time favorite games, the risks of Live not producing a game in 2017, all the while Tyler and Coley throw out suggestions as to what they would like to see in future installments of Live.
But first - we went super viral and someone stole our shirt. Quite a show. Quite a show, indeed.
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Past Episodes

NBA Champion and member of the historic 2003 Draft Class Dahntay Jones sits down for an hour long, in depth, candid conversation about the current state of the NBA, the Cavs last three trips to the NBA Finals, his top 10 players in the League right now, the current Kyrie conundrum, and - of course - some JR Smith stories. We also teach Dave what light skinned means.
Coley recounts his night at the Dave Chappelle and Chris Rock show at Radio City Music Hall.
Tyler breaks down that bum Jaylen Brown's performance during the NBA Africa game.
Kyrie or Isaiah? It hard to say.
John Wall & Stephen Jackson Instagrams are absolute must follows.
The Timberwolves. That's all. The Timberwolves.
Michael Porter Jr. and Marvin Bagley III are the future.
OVO Fest,,, what is it.
Jay Cutler. Lmao.
Welcome back everybody!
Jared Carrabis of the Starting 9 Show joins Coley and Tyler to do a deep dive on preposterous Tony Gwynn stats. Adrian Beltre's Hall of Fame credibility is broken down, Babe Ruth is thoroughly besmirched, and Pedro Martinez is properly praised. Many people are saying that a basketball show shouldn't be talking about Tony Gwynn for an hour and a half. But also, many people forget that Tony Gwynn is one of the most accomplished basketball players in San Diego State Aztecs' history. Really makes you think, doesn't it.
Ballers, Power, Game of Thrones, Rick & Morty, Last Chance U, and Insecure are all discussed before the intro music drops. That is the strength, versatility, and straight up dominance that Mickstape displays on a show by show basis. After the intro like 40 minutes into the show, the Shaq diss track of LaVar Ball is played and broken down bar by bar, insult by insult, advertisement by advertisement. Kyrie and LeBron's beef is also hashed out before Tyler and Coley look back on how underwhelming the mid-2000s San Diego Chargers were.
Zion Williamson and LaMelo Ball got hundreds of thousands of people to tune in to an AAU game past midnight on the East Coast on a Thursday in late-July and boy did it spurn some fire flames takes from sea to shining sea. Damian Lillard was there, Patrick Ewing was there, Thon Maker was there, LeBron James showed up, saw the crowd, and immediately left.
Kyrie Irving has had enough of LeBron's shit. John Wall and Andrew Wiggins have apparently not had enough of their respective teams' shit. Tyler has probably had enough of Coley's shit, one would have to assume. Conor McGregor trolled the Almighty hell out of Floyd Mayweather and Draymond Green got caught up in the crossfire. But the most important part of this episode comes from when Coley and Tyler do a deep dive on the founding members of the Finesse Hall of Fame: The Silna Brothers.
Pioneer and trailblazer Spencer Haywood joins the show to talk about his work with the NBA Retired Players Association and the Las Vegas Summer League. The Hall of Famer is one of the more important singular players in NBA history and he took Coley and Tyler on a journey throughout his life before, during and after his time playing professional basketball. The man who received the first ever shoe contract from Nike, the NBA Champion, the ABA MVP, the man, the myth, the legend - Spencer Haywood is the truth.
Noted idiots and buffoons, @ColeyMick and @TylerIAm, spend another hour of their lives talking about a television show that was popular in the '90s. Not even the main characters this time, either, just the side characters. The townsfolk, the normies, the weirdos, the peons of Springfield. Also, Jimmy Buffett's world domination tour continues right in everyone's faces and there's absolutely no signs of slowing down.
It's the middle of the summer, so you already know what the heck that means. That's right folks, it's time to bash baseball from the early-to-mid-1900s. Cy Young? Babe Ruth? Sandy Koufax? Yup, they're all outta here. Also, a spirited debated fueled by a couple of DEPs breaks out over whomst had the best verse on one of the greatest songs ever of all time: "Int'l Players Anthem (I Choose You)." To close the show I think we talked about Paul George for a minute or two? It,,, hard to say.
Caleb and Rone from Young And Happy shanghai the opening to the show before Coley comes back and says his farewells to Avery Bradley. Tyler creates some memes on the fly while bashing graham crackers and praising the Nets. To end the show, a lengthy discussion about the albums that have dropped recently - including, but not limited to, Issa Album, 4:44, Thot Breaker, Beautiful Thugger Girls, Pretty Girls Love Trap Music, and Hot Chicken.
The biggest story to break during Free Agency thus far: Shams jumped over the Woj man. As long time Woj supporters, it's been tough to see but the game is the game. Gordon Hayward is coming to Boston, the Thunder were inexplicably able to trade for Paul George, the Kings got in the mix, and Tyler drank 1,000 (one thousand) beers. Smash that play button.
Chris Paul and James Harden. A match made in.... Well they'll be playing basketball together next season. Because, why not? They're both basketball players. It would've been weird if the Rockets traded for like, Yasiel Puig or some shit. Is Doc Rivers a herb? Is Austin Rivers a nerd? Is Lou Will planning on stuffing Austin Rivers in a series of lockers? Yes. Yes. And we can only hope.
Coley and Tyler take on the Grand Opening of the Big 3. At one point in the day we decided to try and be real life journalists and were able to talk with Gary Payton (start of the show), Dr. J (when Tyler says RIGHT NOW around like 40-something minutes, idk you'll hear it it's super obvious), and the Ice Man George Gervin (instead of the outro song we have George Gervin. I'm sorry for that wicked awesome upgrade. If you need a song for an outro go listen to "Good Times" by Thugger and Jamie XX. That probably would've been today's song if we're being honest with one another.) Now, the Big 3 denied credentials for our camera guy, so the audio on these interviews,,, well, it's audible. And that's the point of a podcast. To be heard. You're welcome.
To the haters and losers, of which there are many in the NBA Draft, Tyler and Coley properly roast them up a storm for picking bad - and in fact not good - players in this year's Draft. To the winners? Well, congrats. We don't really care about you show offs. Looking for validation? You've come to the wrong place entirely, buddy boy.
NBA Champion JaVale McGee joins to discuss his charity - The #JUGLIFE Foundation. Pierre also gets into his dream of becoming a suspect on Law & Order: SVU, the culture in the Golden State locker room compared to other teams, Gilbert Arenas being the original Steph Curry, Kevin Durant lying about his height, and why Pierre didn't stick as a nickname.

For more information about The #JUGLIFE Foundation, please visit juglifewater.com.
Danny Ainge traded Coley's youngest, most musclebound son Markelle to the Philadelphia 76ers. So what now? Why did this happen? When will the sun explode, engulfing the Earth in a fiery blaze of magnificent doom and horrifying glory? It's Draft SZN
For some reason, Coley tells Tyler the entire plot of the motion picture "Draft Day" starring Kevin Costner. Tyler simply could not believe that anything Coley was saying about the movie was true, despite Coley being 100% correct for the entirety of his speech - as he is with every sentence he's ever uttered. Jimmy Buffet is eating dinners off our backs, song of the summer is discussed, and also - some basketball talk sneaks in the backdoor.
Kevin Durant wins Finals MVP after the Warriors claim the series in 5 games. If only there had been an NBA podcast which had told you this was going to happen all playoffs long. Because this was such a foregone conclusion, Tyler and Coley spend only a few minutes on the Finals before moving on to the NBA Draft, Darius Miles' estate sale, and Sebastian Telfair's new gun-running endeavor.
And they failed. Miserably. Kevin Durant dotted a dagger in LeBron's eye and that was that. The Warriors are up 3-0, so we decided to discuss whether or not Curry/Durant is actually the best duo of all time or not while wondering if Julius Irving and Rip Hamilton are crazy for thinking their title teams were even playing the same sport as the Warriors.
Coley believes the NBA Finals are a wrap. Done. Finished. Faneto.
Tyler believes the Cavs still have an outside chance.
Both agree that Kevin Durant is ruining basketball and that the NBA will collapse on itself like a dying star by 2020.
Also, the Olympics is finally getting 3v3 basketball and a full breakdown on the Ryan Brothers very un-Jimmy Buffett like behavior at Margaritaville.
THE FINALS ARE HERE..... AAAAND, THEY'RE GONE! Probably. Game 1 was an epic blowout that was close for all of 12 minutes. Luckily for you, we here at Mickstape broke down more than this game because there was nothing even worth taking away from that beatdown. After starting off with some more Jimmy Buffett talk, we dive deep into the Big Baby-Austin Rivers beef and wrap up with the Washington Post's Top 40 Players since the ABA/NBA merger list.
LaMelo Ball set the internet on fire when he went out and dropped a cool seven points on 45 shots, guiding his AAU team to a 50-point loss over the weekend. LeBron, like the classic front-runner that he is, only wins titles the same years Alabama Football brings home the crystal football. And for some reason, Coley and Tyler spent the first 40 minutes of the show debating Gucci Mane and Jimmy Buffett. No one knows why, but it happened.
The NBA Finals are finally here. Well, they're not here - this is just a podcast. The actual Finals are on television. And they're not on television today. Or even tomorrow. A week from today there will be a Finals game that the Cavs and Warriors have played. Classic millennials with a week off before the Finals start. You never would've seen Bird and Magic take a week off. Or Jordan. Or the NFL. It truly makes us sick.
Wilt Chamberlain is one of the greatest basketball players in the history of spheres and hardwood. That much we already knew. What we didn't know, and what still needs unearthing, is the life and times of another, equally as dominant basketball player by the name of George Marcus. Whose mans was this truly?

Also, are the Celtics back? Are the Cavs dead? Long answer: yes with an if; short answer: no with a but.
One of the all time greatest basketball players, ambassadors, and overall human beings Kareem Abdul-Jabbar joins us to talk about his new book "Coach Wooden And Me: Our 50-Year Friendship On And Off The Court." Before we get to Kareem (53:00 minute mark), Tyler and Coley rank their All Time centers. We would've previewed the Eastern and Western Conference Finals but, yanno, you already know what's gonna happen.
Memphis Grizzlies Point Guard Mike Conley Jr. is the bravest player in the League as he becomes the first player to sit down in the studio with Coley and Tyler. Because of this he is officially the best point guard in the League and has our full and unwavering support in all endeavors past, present and future. Head over to Twitter and vote him for the NBA Cares Community Assist Award by tagging @mconley11 with the hashtag #NBACommunityAssist
In a few years, this season will be remembered much differently than how it really was in the present. The Cavaliers much harped on struggle will be washed away, James Harden will have been carried to the playoffs as if he were Kobe in his prime, and Jaylen Brown will be called the can't miss prospect of his draft class. We here at Mickstape vow to ruthlessly mock anyone who tries to switch up the narrative down the line. Tyler kept all the receipts.
While the entire basketball world is fixated on LeBron James and his 11-game postseason win streak, his record setting series sweeps, his climb to the top of the all time postseason scoring leaderboard, his quest for his fourth ring, we here at Mickstape break down the greatest living athlete and all of his endeavors - Quavo.
Area 21 needs to be unedited right this second. The fact that this hasn't been green lit yet but they'll make a Rush Hour television show is exactly why millennials aren't buying cable anymore. I mean we're not talking about a patchwork solution here. Having Rasheed Wallace and Kevin Garnett talk about literally anything would be a billion dollar network, let alone show. Get your heads out of your asses ONE TIME for me, Hollywood. Also, Ben Wallace is 6'2".
Finally, the best part of the basketball calendar is upon us. That's right folks - The Big 3 Draft finally happened and we could not be more excited for this season to finally kick off. Every roster is broken down from perspectives of basketball acumen to fisticuffs and everything in between. Oh yeah, the second round of the NBA Playoffs is previewed because I guess those are still going on?
Gilbert Arenas used to be an absolute savage of a human being. Now he's just a savage on occasion. Which isn't nearly enough savagery for this podcast's liking. Step it up, Gil. Perhaps you'd like to come on this podcast to discuss? Also, has anyone seen or heard from Jimmy Butler?
The NBA is lucky Dion Waiters is at home working on this damn article rather than tearing up the playoffs. The viewing audience is not as lucky as the Hawks and Raptors keep playing basketball as some sort of punishment to our eyes and brains. Also, unsurprisingly, Tyler doesn't think Marcus Smart is about that life.
Well,, it hard to say.

Intro by @TrillBallins. Big Cat joins the top of the show to talk about his Bulls dragging Coley's Celtics. Caleb Pressley drops in to talk some 4/20 related mishap and the rest of the first round is broken down by Tyler and Coley.
Kobe Bryant literally said he used to study South African shark hunting patterns in order to learn how to defend Allen Iverson. That was information no one asked about that he just offered up on his own accord. Also, the Knicks remain a clusterfuck and we dive into the start of the playoffs.
30 years since the greatest show in television history graced the airwaves for the very first time as a crudely drawn short to head into commercial breaks. Now a global empire, Coley and Tyler break down the greatest Simpsons episodes ever of all time.
Chicago Bulls super fan and GarPax super hater Big Cat from the award winning Pardon My Take joins the playoff preview edition of Mickstape to break down the Bulls-Celtics first round matchup. From there, Tyler and Coley tell you why it's actually a good thing that the Cavs and Warriors will face off for the third straight year before going through Kevin Garnett's old, glorious tweets.
Coley and Tyler give out all of the 2016-2017 NBA awards correctly. Everyone else (the nerds) can't seem to figure out who are the good players vs. whom are the bad ones. Luckily for you, we here at Mickstape know all of the good players - of which there are many - and awarded them properly based on the facts of the matter, like who is our son vs. who is Chris Paul, along with much more hard hitting analysis you simply cannot find anywhere else.
Coley and Tyler recap one of the worst National Championships of all time and bash the Orlando Magic for leaking their free agency plans thoroughly. They debate whether T-Mac's peak was long enough to warrant a trip to the Hall of Fame and question why Chris Webber was left out. Coley nervously talks about the possibility of a first round matchup against Rajon Rondo and Tyler reveals he may have a new MVP choice come next week.
Volume 25 is far and away the worst, least good episode of Mickstape. And yet it remains the greatest basketball podcast in the history of words and spheres. Truly a testament to our pure grit and overall talent that we were able to nut up and get the job done here. Not to brag, but this was like 10 David Lee elbows to the top of the back and we did not roll around on the ground for two commercial breaks making snow angels on the parquet in San Antonio. While the MVP debate rages on, don't forget to vote the true heroes here - the Troops, and also us. Co-MVPs of the 2016-17 NBA season: Mickstape and The Troops.
Special Bonus Edition of Mickstape wherein Tyler and Coley break down both of the new David K. Chappelle Netflix standup specials. The jokes, the surrounding controversies and the man himself are discussed at length, but not before we break down Charles Oakley pinning Scottie Pippen to the wall like Christmas stockings. This is still an NBA podcast most of the time after all. People forget that.
Tyler and Coley recap the first weekend of the NCAA Tournament, talk about which prospects improved or sullied their draft stock, why Rajon Rondo still hates Ray Allen with all his heart, and whether or not this is the greatest MVP race of all time. Also,,, who is this lunatic mailing everyone potatoes?


Also, Russell Westbrook, John Wall, and Devin Booker are discussed.

Is there too much talent in the NBA? It,,, hard to say. Some damn fine players are gonna get screwed come award season and we actually do give a frickin' heck about it. Who should be MVP? Who should be first team all NBA? Is it too early to make conclusions about this season? No, no it is not.
You've seen the viral video. You've seen the two minutes and thirty seconds of commentary over said viral video. Now? You are about to witness the strength of thirty (30) whole minutes of breakdown of a sixteen (16) second clip of a youth basketball game gone awry.
Kevin Durant: Dead.
Joel Embiid: Also, Dead.
Jahlil Okafor? Alive and well.
In this special, breaking news edition of Mickstape, Coley and Tyler break down what these injuries mean for the rest of the season for the Warriors as well as league wide. There is also some LaMelo Ball bashing to lighten the mood during these troublesome times. Nothing lightens a mood like some teen bashing.
Coley is no longer recording through a tin can so you can actually listen to this episode with great pleasure. Borderline ASMR caliber episode of a thick Boston accent mixed with a heavy southern drawl. Much like the vast, vast majority of the initial 21+ episodes. It's 21+ because they're not all numbered. These are essentially Lil Wayne mixtapes from the mid-to-late-2000s, in case you were wondering. Also, this is the NBA Beef episode. Many beefs are aired out and sorted out, according to Tyler and Coley. You're welcome for bringing everyone a step closer to world peace.

Also, an investigative report into Guy Fieri selling dope.
Tyler and Coley break down the Rising Stars Competition, the Celebrity All Star Game, the Skills Competition, the Three Point Contest, the Dunk Contest, and the All Star Game. They don't agree on every winner/MVP and yet they're still, somehow, correct about everything. That's what we in the business call radio magic, folks.
Volume 20 is the very first episode to debut on the Barstool Sports Podcast Network. Tyler visits New York and complains about the cold before the boys break down the Serge Ibaka trade, the Jahlil Okafor non-trade, and break down where Kevin Durant would go in an all time re-draft. Smash that m-f download button.
On this week's actual basketball episode of Mickstape, the boys talk about Paul Pierce's final game in Boston, Carmelo-LeBron, John Wall for MVP, Markelle Fultz vs. Lonzo Ball, where the Brooklyn Nets went wrong, Jahlil Okafor to the Pelicans, how dumb everyone on the planet was 10 years ago, and if Bill Russell is still the greatest Boston athlete ever of all time.
01:09:44 2/7/2017
In a special collectors edition of Mickstape: Coley and Tyler bash the Atlanta Falcons mercilessly for blowing the largest lead in the history of competition. Matt Ryan is mocked, Kyle Shanahan is dragged, and the Patriots are rightfully praised for their miraculous 25-point comeback on the greatest stage in front of the entire world. Should this episode have come out yesterday in order to maximize listens? Well,,,, it hard to say.
00:49:43 2/7/2017
This week, Coley and Tyler talk about the LeBron-Barkley feud, LeBron being the lamest famous person ever of all time, the never-ending Carmelo Anthony trade saga, and Stephen A. Smith's unhealthy obsession with the WEEEEEDUHHHHH.
01:36:25 1/31/2017
In a seminal episode of Mickstape, Tyler and Coley discuss what could have been for Randy Moss' NBA career, how preposterously large Shaq is as a human being, LeBron James bitching and moaning right on schedule, Nerlens Noel getting Jahlil Okafor out of the paint, and Tom Brady's right arm being ALLEGEDLY racist.
01:12:24 1/24/2017
Volume 16 gets DEEP into the debate that is currently sweeping the Nation: Nelly vs. Drake. Tyler and Coley also break down how terrible Pusha T and Malice are at basketball, talk about the greatest dunkers of all time, and delight over the greatest tweeter of all time: Joel Embiid.
01:14:13 1/17/2017
In this probably anticipated episode: Coley explains why brownies are, in fact, bad and not good. Nothing else is really discussed, other than Allen Iverson's joining of Ice Cube's 3v3 League, Tony Allen's All Star Teams, Derrick Rose abandoning the Knicks, which players will never win a ring, and Tyler's bourgeoning friendship with Kevin Harlan. But mostly that brownies stink and they stink out loud.
01:24:53 1/10/2017
Tyler and Coley ring in the New Year by wearing scarves, going to the gym and drinking water. In terms of the NBA, Ice Cube's retired player 3-on-3 League is heavily broken down, Tyler gives Luke Walton Coach of the Year, and Coley tells everyone why Cavs fans are terrible at being winners. Donate to the Carr Cares Fund For Flint and smash that g-d humanity button.
01:13:18 1/3/2017
Tyler and Coley say goodbye to 2016 by naming Song and Album of the Year, as well as MVP and Rookie of the Year for Rap. They wish nothing but terrible things on George Karl, talk about Steph Curry's father Kyrie, and try to figure out a ceiling for the Bucks duo of Giannis and Jabari. Smash that donation button for the Carr Cares Fund For Flint.
01:19:16 12/27/2016
Carr Cares Fund for Flint: Established by Dallas Cowboy Brandon Carr, a Genesee County native, this Fund supports efforts to mitigate lead exposure to Flint children and families. Link to donate will be plastered all over Twitter. Try and give whatever you can, even just spreading this cause by word of mouth or sharing it on social media can bring great change to someone in need. Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from your pals at Mickstape.
01:06:05 12/20/2016
Zach Harper (@talkhoops) makes history by becoming the first ever guest on Mickstape. Coley and Tyler make him feel at home by discussing the greatness known as Ricky Davis, figuring out what's wrong with our Wolves, assembling a modern day All Buckets Team, discussing hating players while there's still time, and finding out who is the Eli Manning of the NBA.
01:04:02 12/13/2016
On Volume 10, Coley tries to get Tyler in the Christmas Spirit by focusing on the positives of the holiday season like Gucci Mane and Black Mirror. We also talk extensively about the NBA and the WEEEEEEEDUHHH while reminding Reggie Miller to STFU.
01:07:14 12/6/2016
Coley and Tyler are back from Thanksgiving with a delightful episode wherein Tyler recounts his night at the Gucci Mane engagement performance where a Hawks game broke out, Tyler picks a CBA team to ride or die with, and the boys give out the first ever Stussy Teammate of the Year Award. Also, we were going to talk about how Jimmy Butler is having a great season that no one cares about but we forgot to talk about it because...well, no one cares about it.
01:06:27 11/30/2016
Tyler and Coley are here with the much anticipated Part Deux of Volume 8 wherein Tyler trades Nikola Vucevic to every other team in the NBA, the Nets finally stink as much as we thought they'd stink, Derrick Rose has no idea how to play healthy, and Coley even had a moment of weakness where he didn't hate Chris Paul as much as he usually does. Smash those g-d play, subscribe and download buttons.
00:53:41 11/25/2016
As our way to say thank you during this week of giving thanks, we decided to drop part one of our 8th volume a day early for those traveling home for the holiday in need of some in depth conversations about the 12th Anniversary of the Malice at the Palace, Josh Smith's progress in China, Cam'ron Giles' prospects as an NBA commentator, and the feel-good, Netflix original television series Black Mirror.
00:32:46 11/22/2016
@ColeyMick and @TylerIAm discuss the important things in life. And by important things, I mean trading NBA superstars, Kentucky Mens Basketball and the motion picture Space Jam. Mostly Space Jam. Happy 20th Birthday, Space Jam.
01:12:55 11/15/2016
Coley & Tyler prep for the end of the world with a Black Beatles vs. March Madness debate; ranking KAT, Porzingis, Embiid & Anthony Davis; a look at KG & Sheed's new TNT show; and Metta World Peace ending racism. Smash that m-f subscribe button even though the world is ending.
01:07:06 11/8/2016
Miraculously, Coley and Tyler continue to be allowed to have the greatest NBA podcast ever of all time. This week they break down Ray Allen's long overdue retirement, Brandon Jennings calling D'Angelo Russell a snitch, what kind of team they would build to beat the Warriors, and whether or not Metta World Peace got molested by a ghost. Smash that g-d subscribe button.
01:12:23 11/1/2016
Tyler and Coley continue to absolutely dominate the NBA podcasting world with an all-encompassing review of Damian Lillard's debut album. They also go on to tell you who will undoubtedly make the playoffs in the West while also naming the correct ROY, DPOY, and MVP. Smash that g-d subscribe button and let's get this season started.
01:15:05 10/25/2016
Mickstape links up with the I Hate Sully Podcast to bring you every over under for all 30 NBA squads in the Association. Not only do we give you our opinion on all 30 teams, we give you the correct side to bet on for their over unders AS WELL AS tell you whom is going to win MVP this upcoming season. Go ahead and put your mortgage on everything you say. Well, except for the Magic over. Don't listen to Tyler on that one.
00:55:30 10/24/2016
Even though no one asked for it, Coley and Tyler are back to dunk on the rest of the podcast world with episode two. They talk about Rasheed Wallace's fight for the people of Flint, tear apart GMs from coast to coast, and predict the Eastern Conference playoff picture so you don't even have to watch the regular season. Smash that g-d subscribe button
01:04:33 10/18/2016
@ColeyMick & @TylerIAm's DEBUT episode of a brand new, first class, greatest of all time NBA podcast. This is the JR Smith of podcasts. The 7-time All Star Joe Johnson of podcasts. The motherfucking Karl-Anthony Towns of podcasts.
01:13:14 10/14/2016

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