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10.16.18

How Dražen Petrović Paved the Way for Dario Šarić

In this episode of THE WAY WE BALL, we examine Dražen Petrović's legacy, and what it's meant for other European players like his countryman, Dario Šarić.

2.22.17

After The NBA and Wall Street, Kerry Kittles Returns to College Basketball

After retiring from the NBA in 2005, Kerry Kittles consulted with the Nets, earned his MBA from Villanova, and worked in finance. Still, the lure of coaching drew him back to the game, and to the Princeton Tigers.

2.17.17

To Michael Jordan on His 54th Birthday

A few words on the greatest of all time, the things he has won, and what it means to want more than anything else in the world.

11.18.16

Surprising Stretch Fives and Houston's Unstoppable Offense: Adam Mares' NBA Wraparound

Brook Lopez shoots threes? Brook Lopez shoots threes! Also, Julius Randle is having a breakout year.

9.28.16

The Man Who Brought the Nets to Brooklyn

In an excerpt from the book "The Brooklyn Wars", author Neil deMause details how developer Bruce Ratner plotted to build the Barclays Center in order to attract the Nets to Brooklyn.

7.19.16

Jayson Williams Talks Basketball, Booze, and Bullets: COOKIES 029

Jayson Williams, former NBA All-Star with the New Jersey Nets, joins the podcast to discuss 90s basketball culture, his time in prison, and more.

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8.27.15

RIP Darryl Dawkins: Basketball Player, Interplanetary Funksman, LoveTronian, Legend

Darryl Dawkins was a man out of time, a being from another planet, and one of the most joyous basketball players of his era.

6.25.15

'85 NBA Draft Revisited: Fernando Martín, The Spanish Legend

Prior to his death in 1989, Fernando Martín was considered one of the best basketball players in the world. Martín, the 38th pick of the 1985 NBA Draft, is still fondly remembered by his countrymen.

6.4.15

Living With LeBron

LeBron James is a basketball player like none we've ever seen before. That's not news. But maybe we can finally figure out what to do with that, and how to enjoy him.

1.22.15

Eat the Rich, or Why the NBA's Predatory Capitalism Must End

NBA teams are worth so much money that no one can come up with a big enough seeming figure. It's time players and fans start reclaiming what they've lost.

6.17.14

NBA Playoff Memories: Terrence Ross Steals a Moment

After an abysmal series, Terrence Ross redeemed himself with an outstanding show of athleticism to give the Raptors one final chance to knock off the Nets.