Tom Brady vs Michael Jordan: The Battle For The Standard of Greatness. Following an amazing performance on the road against the top-seeded Chiefs, the question of Brady vs Jordan will re-emerge. However, unlike Lebron vs Jordan, this comparison has complete merit.
Episode 2 of garbage time covers the following topics: DeMarcus Cousins return to the NBA and his Warriors debut Should Zion Williamson sit out the rest of the NCAA season How would I guard James Harden? Picks and preview for the AFC and NFC championship games Who was the best team in the 90s to…
We all know it the story. We know the names. We know the burner accounts on twitter. We get it. But at the core, why is Durant still so hated by NBA fans? Was it truly because he went to Golden State? Or was it because he put up a roadblock in preventing Lebron from…
Episode 98 of the podcast features a recap of the epic Spurs and Thunder 2OT thriller, and mid-season awards are handed out. The awards are:
- Top MVP candidates
- Coach of the year
- Surprises of the year
- Disappointments of the year
- And what to look for in the second half of the season
We all know about the 6 championships that Jordan and Pippen won together, but what is not talked about is how Pippen became frustrated with not only Bulls management towards the end of their dynasty, but also the attention and praise that Jordan was receiving. It got so bad that Pippen almost forced a trade…
Episode 96 of the podcast is up and will be the last of the year. This episode covers whether the Warriors should trade Durant, James Harden’s last 8 games, LeBron’s injury, and if Derrick Rose should be considered for the the all-star game
Episode 95 of the I Still Love This Game Podcast is a mailbag show, and answers the following questions:
- LeBron getting dunked on
- Are the raptors really better than a year ago, or they just in a better position because of Lebron leaving?
- Kevin Durant and LeBron James conversation
- The state of the NBA
The NBA has had plenty of outstanding moments in the playoffs, but what are the greatest NBA playoff runs in the history of the game? Author Mike Fry joins the show to discuss his top 5 as we compare and debate our lists.
Magic Johnson and Larry Bird are universally regarded as, at least, in the top 10 in NBA history, and by most respected NBA historians, in the top 5. But, do we know why these guys are so great? What made their rivalry so amazing? Was it simply timing, or were they just that damn good?
The NBA, despite many strong performances on the offensive end, still can’t escape its own shadow in terms of the drama and gossipy storylines that it has created. How big of a problem is this for the league moving forward?