Brian Davis, the Voice of the Oklahoma City Thunder on Fox Sports Oklahoma, joins the show to talk all things Thunder. Topics include the recent loss to the Cavs and upcoming game against the Warriors, Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook’s impending free agency, and the Thunder’s title hopes.
After weeks of wild rumors, including some of the biggest names in the NBA, the trade deadline was a bust. Blake Griffin, Dwight Howard, Kevin Love, and Al Horford all weren’t traded, but hey Lance Stephenson and Markieff Morris found new homes so what more can you really ask for?
We look up to athletes. It’s inevitable. But should athletes really be looked at as role models? And what social responsibilities come with that title? The guys discuss, after updating people on the latest trade rumors and crazy Kobe stories.
Wow, how have we survived this long? On today’s casual Friday edition of the Ball Hogs podcast, the guys reflect on 50 episodes of Ball Hogs greatness. Come for the freshest and funniest takes on the NBA, stay for the music/television recommendations.
Every NBA fan gets bombarded by the phrase, “you need a superstar to win a championship.” But if you look throughout history, the difference between good and great teams seems to be the depth and bench players. So what makes a great bench in 2016?
The Ball Hogs podcast gives the freshest and funniest takes on the NBA, from Sports Link’s own Matt Craig and Ken Cohen. Subscribe on iTunes to never…
It’s time for the guys to make some NBA over/unders, as Ken realizes he should probably never go to Vegas. We look into NBA fans’ biggest questions, from how much Lebron made on his Nike deal to how much Jeremy Lin paid for his haircuts. Oh, and who wins the scoring crown and how many wins the Warriors and Spurs can get! Subscribe to the show on iTunes by searching Ball State Sports Link.
Well, now Mamba can rest. Just as we predicted more than two weeks ago, Kobe is going to be hanging it up after this season. And while it’s not exactly a dream ending, we choose to look at the greatness of the Black Mamba. Is he the greatest Laker of all time? Where does he rank in the greatest player of all time discussion?