Adam Johnson is joined by Eric Norwine, Alex Bazzell and Derek Deters to give all of their predictions for the upcoming NBA season. They each pick who they think will make the playoffs as well as their winners for MVP, Rookie of the Year, 1st Team All-NBA and more.
Adam again goes solo on this episode to talk about NBA 2K18: The Prelude. Also discussed for a bit is some behind the scenes things on the site. Lastly, Adam talks about some of the other features on 2K18 that he is excited about.
Our newest video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zF7gPDAv4Y0&t=4s
The classic rosters piece reffered to on the podcast: http://www.basketballpantheon.com/blog/nba-2k18-classic-rosters
Adam flies solo on this show to give you an inside look at his recent basketball trips to Las Vegas and Los Angeles. This is new mini-pod format that we are trying, if you have any ideas for future episodes, hit us up on Twitter.
On today's episode, Adam and Austin discuss the Warriors clinching the 2017 NBA title and everything that goes with that. They then go over a plethora of 5-man units from NBA history that they think could challenge the Golden State's incredible lineup. Enjoy.
Today, Adam and Austin pay tribute to Paul Pierce before talking about the second round of the playoffs. After that, they pick a historic player from each of the remaining playoff teams to add to their current roster. Fun stuff.
Adam, Austin and Brayden begin the pod with their picks for the NBA awards, then get deep on the American obsession with playoffs and why that bothers them. They finish this episode with their playoff picks and a quick look back at Spurs v. Suns, 2008 First Round, Game 1.
On today's show, Adam and Austin each give their favorite Memphis Grizzlies player of all-time, talk about the crazy UNC v. Kentucky game from Sunday and discuss Game 7 of the 2001 Eastern Conference Finals. Why? Well, why not?
On today's episode, Adam and Austin Johnson open up with a short discussion on what it is like to watch high level basketball on three different levels. They then talk about Game 3 of the 1975 NBA Finals between the Washington Bullets and Golden State Warriors. Topics include; Rick Barry, Wes Unseld's outlets, good passing, poor ballhandling and interesting officiating. The guys finish off the pod by paying homage to a classic basketball video game, NBA Ballers: Phenom. Enjoy.