Dwyane Wade + Playoff Preview
In this week's episode of Pull Up, Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade joins CJ and Jordan. First, CJ reflects on the crazy push for the playoffs in both conferences (0:30) and the tough stretch that the Blazers have faced, and the guys talk Ben Simmons and the 76ers (4:00) in the playoffs. Then they try to decipher the latest with Kawhi (8:00) and how CJ relates to going through a difficult injury. Then, D-Wade joins to discuss a whole variety of topics, including his time with LeBron and the Cavs this season, whether LeBron is better now than he was with Miami, the differences between playing ball in the social media age and in previous generations, the responsibility of athletes to speak out, mental health and the value of seeking therapy, the lack of African-American front office members in the NBA, LaVar Ball, the future of marijuana in the NBA, where key free agents will go, and so much more. Follow the show at @PullUpPod on FB, Insta and Twitter. Send us questions and CJ and Jordan will answer the best ones on the show. Follow CJ @CJMcCollum on FB/Twitter and @3jmccollum on Instagram. Follow Jordan @Schultz_Report on Twitter and Insta. We're grateful to our sponsors this week, Audible and SeatGeek. Please subscribe to the show and leave a rating and review for us. It helps spread the word. PULL UP!
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About The Show
Portland Trail Blazers star - and former journalism major at Lehigh – CJ McCollum hosts Pull Up, a one-of-a-kind show that gives an unmatched look into the NBA and the life of a basketball superstar. CJ has been lauded as the next breakout star in sports media. But why wait till he retires to begin his next career? In Pull Up, CJ will talk about everything from where star players will go in free agency, to what it’s like to drop 50, to his favorite glass of wine. Pull Up will provide unmatched NBA access, plenty of laughs, and world-class guests in an unprecedented sports podcast showcasing an NBA and media star at the height of his career.