Chris Tomson of Vampire Weekend and Alex Frankel of Holy Ghost join the podcast to discuss DeMarcus Cousins' big night out with Matt Barnes, cautious optimism for the Knicks and the Nets, their own solo projects, and more.
Kemba Walker is so far having a career year, and the Charlotte Hornets are playing fun, competitive basketball. Here's a closer look at what's working.
Mike Conley, the engine of the Memphis offense and their primary point-of-attack defender, is out with a back injury for at least six weeks. The prognosis somehow looks even worse for his team.
The San Antonio Spurs have upped Kawhi Leonard’s offensive workload, and it shows—on both ends of the court.
The Los Angeles Clippers appear to be the NBA's most well-rounded team, and our weekly league breakdown takes a closer look.
Writer Rembert Browne joins the podcast to discuss Thanksgiving dinner table conversations, Steph Curry's plummeting sneaker sales, the phrase "alt-right," and being an Atlanta Hawks fan in New York.
The Clippers are winning because they enter every game with more talent and continuity than their opponents, and the star power of Chris Paul and Blake Griffin cannot be matched.
Brook Lopez shoots threes? Brook Lopez shoots threes! Also, Julius Randle is having a breakout year.
Musician Joel Ford joins the podcast to discuss the controversy over the word "posse," surprising starts for the Los Angeles Lakers and Brooklyn Nets, the fake trade rumor mill, and growing up as a Celtics fan.
Giannis Antetokounmpo did everything he could to give the Milwaukee Bucks a head start this season, but he can't carry this team alone.