Gordon Hayward Is a Furnace, Not a Fluke
The Western Conference is once again overflowing with elite frontcourt talent, but the Utah Jazz's Gordon Hayward deserves to play in his first All-Star Game this season.
Julius Randle and the Baby Lakers Grow Up
For much of their history, the Lakers have been a quick-fix franchise. This group is different, at least for now. Julius Randle, as a player, doesn’t seem to fit in the modern NBA but has found a way to succeed anyway.
The Jazz's Starting Five Are MIA, but They're Still a Top NBA Team
The Utah Jazz's startign five have played a grand total of 12 minutes together this season. And still the team is on pace to hang a 50 in the win column.
LeBron's Wrath, Larry Bird's Legacy, and 90s Hip-Hop as Dad Rock: COOKIES 36
Kevin Wildes of ESPN joins the podcast to discuss whether Larry Bird is overrated, LeBron's delightful game against the New York Knicks, and more.
Kyrie Irving Isn't a Prototypical Point Guard, and That's What Makes Him Great
The Cleveland point guard may be a so-so defender and distributor, but the Cavaliers only need him to be a phenomenal scorer.