The midnight hour is close at hand as we reach the month of July and NBA free agency continues a busy offseason, and Place To Be Nation's NBA-Team has you covered. Andrew Riche and Adam Murray talk about all things Western Conference, from the Blazers blowin' it all up to the Lakers aiming for another historically big move to the LaMarcus Aldridge sweepstakes. Why does Mark Cuban need to deliver this year for the Mavericks? How real (or delusional, in some eyes) are the DeMarcus Cousins talks? And why are the Spurs looking to max out two players before Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili walk away? Riche and Adam answer all those questions along with a recap of the NBA Draft for each team in the West. So suit up and take it out with the NBA-Team!
The midnight hour is close at hand as we reach the month of July and NBA free agency continues a busy offseason, and Place To Be Nation's NBA-Team has you covered. On this Eastern Conference version, Andrew Riche and Adam Murray talk about a number of topics from Masai Ujiri's potential big moves in Toronto, how much the Cleveland Cavaliers will have to wind up spending to remain a Finals contender, the potential Dwyane Wade/Miami rift, and why Andrew thinks the Detroit Pistons might be waiting in the wings with a big offer. Also, Riche and Murray talk about the 2015 NBA Draft for each team, and yes, that includes the Sixers. So suit up and take it with the NBA-Team!
On Episode 38 of The Kevin Kelly Show, Kevin & JT discuss the news of the day, including newfound relationship between TNA and GFW, the upcoming WWE Network Japan special, the fallout from ROH Best in the World, ROH's Destination America experiment and partnership with NJPW, the future of wrestling pay-per-view and much more.
Kevin then welcomes in Ring of Honor referee Todd Sinclair. Todd discusses the role of a pro wrestling referee, where Jay Briscoe vs. Jay Lethal ranks as an instant classic in his personal pantheon, the worst matches he has refereed, his NHL game watch habits, New England's strong wrestling pipeline and independent scene, how he got into refereeing, a great Brutus Beefcake locker room story, his friendship with Seth Rollins and much more.
After that, Kevin & JT run through the beloved Trending Topics with stories on escaped convicts, porcupine eating snakes, trucks with TVs and shark attacks.
Finally, the boys recap the NBA Draft and talk some baseball.
So please join us for another great episode of the Kevin Kelly Show!
Good old Will from Texas and Dylan Hales (Wrestling Culture, Exile on Badstreet) review one of the last TNA PPVs ever, if not the last, Slammiversary 2015. Epic rants about TNA stupidity are guaranteed! Is this one of the most "TNA" PPVs of all-time? Bad finishes? Check. Problems with production? Check. Jeff Jarrett standing tall at the end? Find out after you listen to PTBN's latest Reaction show!
In episode #3 of the Dangerous Alliance Wrestling Podcast, JT and Will tackle the following challenges as they dive into wrestling history:
- Draft Time - JT & Will continue to build their wrestling promotions using a set of parameters when drafting a North American based roster from 1986.
- Rewriting History - The boys break down and rebook the month of December 1996 in the WWF. Is Steve Austin handled differently? Does Sid remain Champion? What about Flash Funk? And Sal Sincere? All this and more!
- Americana! - In the spirit of Independence Day, we take a look at wrestling's most patriotic wrestlers, matches and moments!
- Mailbag! - The boys read answers questions from fans of the show.
So, kick back and join JT & Will in the Alliance as they travel through the history of wrestling!
In this episode of the Place to Be Podcast, Justin and Scott head into the Vintage Vault for a look back at No Mercy 2004. They talk about Eddie Guerrero, Kurt Angle, Big Show, the Dudley Boys, Undertaker, JBL and more!
So fire up this action-packed episode and join Scott and Justin as it's time for another edition of the PTB Podcast!
Bust out those awkward suits and load up on your prospect cliches, because Andrew Riche and Adam Murray of Place to Be Nation’s NBA-Team are ready to dive into the 2015 NBA Draft with a two-part preview! In part two, Riche and Adam talk about the remaining 16 teams that made the playoffs and what direction they should go in with their picks. Which one of the many first-round-caliber point guards might be a steal? Is Tyus Jones the missing piece for the Houston Rockets to get to the NBA FInals? What team will Naismith Award winner Frank Kaminsky wind up going to and how effective can he be? They also talk about the Arizona players, the art of the stashin Euro prospects in the second round, and predictions on draft steals and Rookie of the Year contenders. So suit up and take it out with the NBA-Team!
Marcus closes out "Ask a Hockey Negro" for the 2014-15 season in classic "Ask a Hockey Negro" fashion. The Kings look back at the end of the NBA Finals and pay their tributes to the late "American Dream" Dusty Rhodes. Plus, Michael Sam is back in the news and you know we had to get in on the Rachel Dolezal topic.
On the newest edition of the XP, Scott and the Doctor recap the Stanley Cup and NBA Finals, plus updates from the U.S Open and Women's World Cup soccer. Yes, that's correct. Joel Barnhart comes in to talk the latest in Major League Baseball, and then we finally the date, for WAR! What are we talking about? Tune in to the newest XP to find out!
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Bust out those awkward suits and load up on your prospect cliches, because Andrew Riche and Adam Murray of Place To Be Nation's NBA-Team are ready to dive into the 2015 NBA Draft with a two-part preview! In part one, Riche and Adam take on the 14 lottery teams, including all of their picks outside of the top 14. In the battle of the bigs, who will go #1 to Minnesota between Karl-Anthony Towns and Jahlil Okafor? What will the Philadelphia 76ers to with their five second-round picks and will they take D'Angelo Russell or Emmanuel Mudiay at number three? Will teams be taking a chance on Kristaps Porzingis? How many Kentucky and Duke players will we being seeing in the top half of the first round? And what do the New York Knicks need to do with their only pick at #4 overall? All these questions answered and much more in part one of this NBA Draft preview!