Remembering Kobe Bryant w/ YES Network’s Michael Grady And Jamal Murphy Of The Undefeated | Episode 50Read Now
Jarod and Jenna are joined by YES Network's Michael Grady and Jamal Murphy of The Undefeated to talk about the life and legacy of the great Kobe Bryant.
The NBA legend, his 13-year-old daughter Gianna, and seven other people were tragically killed in a helicopter crash in Calabasas, California this past Sunday.
They talk Mamba Mentality, Kobe's legacy, and so much more. Jarod closes the show with his eulogy for the Los Angeles Lakers legend.
Jarod and Jenna talk about the disturbing situation around ex-NBA player Delonte West and how it should be discussed. Do the Philadelphia 76ers need to trade Joel Embiid or Ben Simmons? Plus trade possibilities and rumors.
We are at the midway point of the NBA season, and that means it's time for awards. Who's the MVP, ROY, and who makes first team All-NBA?
Then, Jarod spends two quick minutes with 76ers' rookie Matisse Thybulle.
Finally, with NBA All-Star coming up Jarod and Jenna talk Jordan Brand and the 8x8 Collection.
NBA All-Star Selections, Kyrie Irving Is Back, Gary Payton & Two Quick Minutes With OG Anunoby | Episode 48Read Now
Jarod and Jenna are back! They talk the return of Kyrie Irving to the Brooklyn Nets, trade deadline rumors, and make their All-Star selections.
Then Jenna interviews NBA legend Gary Payton and Jarod spends "Two Quick Minutes" with Toronto Raptors' forward OG Anunoby.
And Jenna and Jarod ask "What's Up With The Memphis Grizzlies?"
Kevin Love's Temper Tantrum, Disingenuous Load Management Talk, And Two Quick Minutes w/Kevin Huerter | Episode 47Read Now
Jarod is solo today. He remembers NBA Commissioner Emeritus David Stern, talks about Kevin Love's temper tantrums, and the disingenuous conversation happening around load management in Ric Bucher's B/R article. Plus the return of America's #1 segment, "What's Up With__?" Then Jarod spends two quick minutes with Atlanta Hawks' guard Kevin Huerter.
Jarod Hector and Jenna Lemoncelli are sports and entertainment reporters who love the NBA, and think it's best league in the world. Don't @ them.