The guys talk takeaways from the Grizzlies’ perfect week against the T’Wolves, Spurs, and Warriors in addition to their thoughts on the national media finally taking notice of this young team. Twitter Corner is a segment that looks like it’s here to stay and then we finish up by doling out mid-season team awards for MVP, MIP, 6MPY, DPOY.
Former NBA player and current ESPN co-host Kendrick Perkins gave a shout out to the young Grizzlies on Tuesday night during their game against the Minnesota Timberwolves.
What a terrible day for the Shark to be out. This episode was right up his wheelhouse because we covered all of the theater that
Memphis looks to avoid it’s first losing streak of the season as they travel to Koch Arena in Wichita to play the 13-1 Shockers.
Much like Texas football… we’re BAAAAAAACK. No but seriously, unlike Texas football we’re actually back. We recap our holiday vacations, Taylor went to McKale Center, The Shark and Subbi broke bread at their favorite diner and we even talk Golden Globes. We highlight theater after all. Top 10 teams have been shuffling around and it’s made for some serious havoc. Also, predictions are dumb across all sports but Subbi tells you why they’re especially dumb as it pertains to college basketball. Then we get down a wild rabbit hole: Was Slumdog Millionaire based on George Mason’s Final 4 run? We discuss. Finally we wrap it up with Where Am I? and Hugs.
The crew talks about the Grizzlies wins over the weekend, continue to heap praise on Ja and Jaren, and talk potential trades as well as the upcoming schedule. The guys also discuss some popular Twitter polls involving the Grizzlies in recent days. Zak somehow thinks that a third guy — not Ja or Jaren — is the most impactful player in wins. Listen and find out his logic why.
Memphis contained the Bulldogs’ key players, but couldn’t connect the dots in some important areas. Zak recaps and gives his analysis on the Tigers’ first
The Tigers look to vanquish their third SEC foe of the season against potential #1 NBA draft pick Anthony Edwards and the Georgia Bulldogs.
Josh Pires, one of the regular contributors for The BarnBurner, sits down with Zak to talk this upcoming AAC matchup and roller coaster season for the Huskies.
Picking up where I left off from my Atlantic lookback, I am moving on to the Central Division. I do think this division had more action and mix-up that warrants analysis. Now let’s break down what each team did.