Ball State senior men’s golfers James Blackwell and Albert Jennings will travel this week to compete in the 30th PGA Minority Collegiate Championship. The 54-hole…
In the most anticipated Ball Hogs podcast of the year, John Stockton takes the stand to defend his ability to play in today’s NBA. Albert Jennings of the Ball State Golf team comes on as a second prosecuting attorney, as he and Ken try to make the case that Stockton wouldn’t be able to play at all in the NBA in 2016.
With the Warriors on the doorstep of a 73-9 record, breaking what was once considered an unbreakable record set by the immortal 95-96 Bulls, it’s time to take a look around at other NBA records. Some are impossible to break, but others could be broken in the near future. Also, a comprehensive guide to the heat check and the power within.
No one can deny the importance of sneakers in basketball history. But in 2016, the market for basketball shoes is saturated. Has it gone to far? The guys look at the best and worst shoes of past and present, and what’s right and wrong with the sneaker industry.
After five days at the Women’s Final Four, Matt returns with lessons that we can learn before the NBA Playoffs start. Players’ relationships with the media, and managing egos, it’s easier said than done!
Good prospects make for good NBA players, right? Matt and Ken would disagree with you. The guys look into what makes a young NBA player successful, with an emphasis on situation and circumstances.
How old is too old to coach? The guys look at the possibility of Phil Jackson returning to the bench for either New York or Los Angeles. From there, we look at the comparison between Phil Jackson, Pat Riley, and Gregg Popovich. Who’s been the best as a coach and general manager? Finally, who’s going to be the greatest coach of the young generation, Brad Stevens or Steve Kerr.