We’ve got a full house and they discuss the win over Portland that put the Grizzlies 2 games above .500 going into the All-Star Break. The guys then give their favorite member of the Bench Mob, discuss the performance of Josh Jackson, give Valentine’s advice and much more. Also, Ja Morant (a.k.a Headband 12) is awesome.
The Grizzlies play a complete game at home against the Trail Blazers and are riding a mini-win streak into the All-Star break.
Love is in the air, my sweet theater goers. Despite this fact, The Shark got into a Twitter fight with some guy in Georgia named John Wick. We then discuss the former ugly ducklings (Dayton, SDSU and to an extent Gonzaga) and their glow up. We call it “Boggsing” in reference to Laney Boggs and the great She’s All That/Not Another Teen Movie. Which one of those 3 has the best chance to hoist the title? Then we do a little review of Rothstein’s show “Stuffed” and we found out what Ian Eagle’s son is up to. After that, we have the hilarious Chris Alphen on to discuss Penn State’s historic season and end it with Where Am I? and Hugs.
The Grizzlies EVP, Zach Kleman, met with members of the media on Monday to discuss Memphis’ trade deadline moves. Despite the team’s astonishing success, he remains future focused.
The Shark gets his 15 minutes of fame. Literally. After a lost bet in the Maryland/Illinois game, The Shark gets 15 minutes of uninterrupted talking. Think of it as his big soliloquy. He touches upon his favorite college basketball teams, players and movies from the last 30 years. Riveting stuff. Taylor and Subbi come to the rescue and discuss Oscars, Bob Knight’s return and the Duke/UNC wild ending. Then we all vent about Arizona and how underwhelming they truly are as a program. Finally we end it with TWIT and Hugs.
Still fuming because your guy won’t be playing this weekend?
So are we.
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Now that we’ve had a full day to process the roster updates, how should we feel about the first trade deadline for the new Grizzlies front office?
The guys give their thoughts on the addition of Justise Winslow and Gorgui Dieng and discuss what the deadline day moves (and Dillon Brooks extension) mean for this season and the future of the franchise. They also say their goodbyes Jae Crowder, Solo Hill, and Bruno Cobaclo before discussing the other moves around the NBA.
Great show today as we sit down with friend of the program and Assistant Director of Operations for Auburn men’s basketball, Mike Burgomaster. We also discuss Jon Rothstein’s new show titled “Stuffed.” We think it’s just him eating, watching film, talking to coaches and spewing his hilarious one liners so yeah… it’s must watch theater. We reminisce on some of our fondest Duke/UNC memories because this upcoming game has the potential to be a real stinker. Finally we end the program with Where Am I? and Hugs.
With the trade deadline upon us, let’s dive into the most likely landing spots for Andre Iguodala.