Zak and Mason recap the Grizzlies wins over the Spurs, Hornets, and Jazz and give their thoughts on sensational rookies Ja Morant and Brandon Clarke.
The Memphis Tigers look to put their tough loss to Oregon in hindsight as they take on Alcorn State at home on Saturday. Let’s take a deep dive into some stats from the Tigers’ first three games and figure out how to avoid future missteps.
Taylor in Vegas, Shark celebrating his 30th and Subbi in Arizona. Rambling men. We break down the Kentucky collapse and where they should see themselves in the rankings next week. But it’s not just Kentucky’s fault the SEC stinks at the moment. LSU and Florida lost while Auburn BARELY beat a South Alabama team. Then we look at some of the Gavitt games and make some predictions for Michigan State vs. Seton Hall. Finally we finish up with Hugs. PS- Dave Gavitt deserves far more credit for being the college hoops legend that he is. All time theater member.
The first week of the season is in the books. Sharks got a birthday coming up. We talk James Wiseman’s eligibility and Myles Powell’s injury. We then chat about some coaches who are struggling on the court and also in front of the mic. Then we finish up with Hugs and an age old segment brought back from yesterday (aka last year): TWIT!
We got the Shark back. Nope, not baby Shark. Just the Shark from last year. We catch up with him after his hiatus and also
The season is upon us. This is not a drill. This is why we take all those reps in the offseason. It’s showtime. But we had to squeeze one more preview in. We all know that nobody really knows or cares to know about the Pac 12. Nobody can stay up long enough to cover it. That’s where we step in. TICH luh the Pac 12. We talk about our POY, COY and regular season champ. We also gave each other some pop quizzes to keep each other sharp in this all important time of the season. We include an all time call from Uncle Brent Musburger and tell you why Salim Stoudamire is the greatest shooter this gorgeous sport has ever seen. Then we finish up with Hugs.
Theatergoers take heed… this is a MEATY episode. The memories and nostalgia came flooding through our veins with this one. If you grew up watching college basketball then you know Big East basketball is the peak, the apex, the crem de la theat. We could’ve done a Starting 5 of names from Pitt and UConn but we expanded to the entire conference. We provide our predictions for COY, POY and regular season champion. We also got the Crier back in the fold with special guest, Justin, who is a monster Rhode Island fan. We sat down to talk to them about one of the more underrated rivalries in the country, Providence/URI. Lastly we hit you with some hugs.
It’s cold, it’s dirty, it’s physical… it’s the Big 10. We preview COY, POY and regular season champion. Taylor is all aboard one particular team and Subbi shows off his master editing skills. We also give our Starting 5 of favorite Big 10 basketball players and let us be the first to tell ya, Michigan State might be the most likable team over the past 15 years or so. Finally we round it out with Hugs.
Steers, beers and Big 12 basketball. We’re not flying over these states (ba-dum-chhh) as we preview the Big 12 COY, POY and regular season champ. Taylor gives us a recap of his weekend in Kansas. We’ve determined that Kansas State fans are the most underrated wild fan base in the country. We also talk about the NCAA beginning their process to allow athletes to profit from their likeness. We give our Starting 5 of favorite Big 12 players and to be honest, we basically chose between 5 teams in the conference. Finally we round it out with Hugs.
We head south to preview the SEC COY, POY and regular season champ. We went down a serious rabbit hole about Vanderbilt and got excited about Calipari’s early season interviews where he refers to his team as “kids” 24/7. Spoiler: Subbi think this conference stinks but Taylor thinks it will be a compelling season in the SEC. Then we round it out with our Starting 5 of favorite SEC players we watched (some absurd name drops) and Hugs.