I attended the IASB High School Conference on March 9, to present Sports and Digital Media to groups of high school broadcasters.
Today on the Ball Hogs Podcast! The guys take on the hottest topic in the NBA in 2015, small ball vs. bully ball. In a year where more teams than ever before will be relying on small ball for a competitive advantage, will they find it? And what’s the best way to fight back? And the eventual question, in 2015 would you rather have a dominant big or guard on your team? All that and a ton of nonsense on today’s Ball Hogs podcast.
Anyone who has played a lot of basketball know’s how big Jordan’s are in the basketball culture. How much money would it take for you to never wear Nike shoes again? Would around $200 million do? That’s the dilemma James Harden is facing, albeit it not a very difficult one. But looking a little deeper at the situation tells us that Adidas is heavily investing in Harden just as much for his off-court appeal and escapades as his patented euro-step.
In what is the most important episode of the Ball Hogs Podcast so far, Kenneth Cohen tries to convince Matt Craig that Russell Westbrook is actually more valuable to the OKC Thunder than Kevin Durant. With Matt being an Oklahoma native and a die-hard Thunder fan, be warned that the following episode could be heavily biased.
In the first ever episode of Chirp City’s brand new NBA podcast, the Ball Hogs talk about the dismal situations of the Knicks and the Lakers. Which team is going to be worse, and for how long?