It’s been a few weeks since Prime and I have graced the airwaves with our melodious voices, but….in the words of one of my favorite Redman skits; “Oh no, not them!” “Yeah, we back!” Today we talked a little college hoops, a lot of NFL free agency, a small bit of NBA stuff; and most… keep going »
The NFL season is all over. “Dead, dead, dead.” But fear not. The NBA is super duper 🔥 already; and with the crazy trade deadline action we just experienced, there is so much to talk about. Prime and I did just that. Check out our first 100% NBA podcast of the season. AD, Lebron, Giannis, Beard, everybody…. keep going »
Prime and Source kinda fell into a free hour to talk hoops for the first time this season. Of course, an NFL trade deadline day story had to break out mid-show; but other than that we talked NBA. Lebron. Klay Day. And more. Give us a listen.
When I was in elementary school, I was in a play. I don’t remember much about this play; not the other people in it, not the teacher who directed it, not my lines…shoot, not even my character’s name. I only remember 2 things: 1- An adult being really impressed by how I acted like I… keep going »
The sports world and social media was in an uproar late Saurday night as the Houston Rockets and the LA Lakers played in what was Lebron James’ first home game as a Laker. That Lebron fact is now a footnote because there was an NBA fight where punches from both sides actually landed. Who knew!?!?!?!?… keep going »
LA, LA, big city of dreams. Yes indeed. Lebron James has agreed to 4 year deal for $154,000,000 with the Los Angeles Lakers. Cool. I’m hype. But this ain’t really about that. This is about the fans. We Laker fans are not interested in entertaining applications from the traveling circus of Lebron fans who now… keep going »
Forget the backstory. Forget the names. https://www.si.com/nba/2017/12/20/magic-johnson-isiah-thomas-reconcile-nba-tv-players-only Just appreciate the moment. This is a beautiful thing that we, as humans, don’t allow ourselves to experience enough. As people, moreover as men, even more specifically as Black men, apologies to one another are few and far between. Allowing oneself to not only outwardly express our feelings… keep going »
A year ago today, Kobe Bryant played his last NBA game. Prior to that historic night, I shared a story of my own from earlier in the season that revolved around The Mamba himself. Quick read for ya. It was November 26th, 2015 and I received the text. “Do you want to go to… keep going »