Spike Lee vs The Knicks, Lakers’ Open Roster Spot, Russell Westbrook’s Dominance

Spike Lee vs The Knicks, Lakers’ Open Roster Spot, Russell Westbrook’s Dominance

Pull Up with CJ McCollum - March 4, 2020 - 39:50

Spike Lee and the New York Knicks are at odds after the Director was asked to leave Madison Square Garden before a Knicks game and reenter through a separate entrance. The Lakers are looking to fill a roster spot and have a list of veterans players they could sign to the team before the postseason. Russell Westbrook has been lighting up the stat sheet, the Oklahoma City Thunder have been a pleasant surprise in the NBA this year, and the Coronavirus (COVID-19) is affecting the sports world as a whole. All that and more on this episode of Pull Up!

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Portland Trail Blazers star - and former journalism major at Lehigh – CJ McCollum hosts Pull Up alongside Jordan Schultz, of "The Boardroom" on ESPN+. Pull Up is a one-of-a-kind show that will give 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.

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