Episode 33: J.J. Barea and Josh Hart
It's easy to see that J.J. Barea is a unique player. As evidenced by his 14 year NBA career, his on-court tenacity and drive exude a much larger imprint on the game than his physical stature does. Never one to back down from a challenge on the court, JJ opens up in this highly entertaining and fun interview and delivers answers with the same passion that helped him win a championship in Dallas and persevere through the highs and lows of a long career run. Then to cap things off and take the pod to yet another level, JJ and Tommy welcome in Josh Hart for the draft, which features a highly controversial pick at the number one spot.RUNDOWNJ.J. Barea Discusses his current contract and release On still wanting to play and enjoying the ride On meeting JJ in the 2003 U19 World Championship Where his mindset is at this point in his career When did he realize he can truly make it in the NBA How playing in Dallas was the perfect fit for him On working the pick and roll with Dirk Is there a difference between practicing dribbling and shooting Winning the championship in 2011 Talks about all the run-ins he's had over the years Whether he flopped or not and utilizing his defensive tactics How Dirk took his game to another level in that 2011 Final Did the Heat underestimate J.J. in the finals On not coming back to the Mavs after that championship year What was playing for Marc Cuban like and his relationship with him His first impression of Luka On the differences in training between the young NBA player the older On the partying that went on after the championship Josh Hart Congrats to Josh on his engagement How the proposal went down and why it was filmed On the heat that Josh is taking for his snug pants in his engagement video TOP 5/Draft
Episode 32: Brandon Ingram
Episode 34: Bob Iger (Leadership Series Part II)
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New Orleans Pelicans Guard JJ Redick and his co-host Tommy Alter discuss the NBA, current events and interview some of the biggest names in the NBA, entertainment and political worlds. Launching from inside the NBA bubble, the show offers unprecedented access to the league while telling the stories of an eclectic rotating group of guests.