Episode 68: Kevin Huerter (featuring Tyrese Haliburton and Kenny Beecham)
It’s a “3 for the price of 1” episode on the Old Man and the Three today as JJ and Tommy welcome in three great guests. Leading things off is Kevin Huerter, the Atlanta Hawks rising star. In an honest and candid discussion he delves into his ascension into the league, what it’s like to face off against the now NBA Champion Bucks, his favorite memes, and much more. Then it’s on to the mailbag and TOP 5/Draft with OM3 correspondent Tyrese Haliburton and close friend of the pod Kenny Beecham. The topic of the draft is “Movies you would like to see remade”, and not shockingly there is an immediate controversy surrounding Tommy’s picks. All solid choices, but as always, you’ll have to pick a side. Kevin HuerterBreaks down what it is about about the Bucks that makes them so tough to beatDiscusses how roles can change from one playoff series to anotherWhat was his team’s confidence level heading into the playoffs considering how everyone’s surprised by the Hawks runHow Trae Young embraced playing the villain in the Knicks seriesJJ reminisces about the Maryland fans abuse towards him (Kevin’s alma mater)What is his hometown of Clifton Park, NY likeWhy didn’t he end up a SyracuseJJ calls out Kevin for a quote that he gave early in his careerOn being immediately thrown in a box if you’re a white guy who can shootHis welcome to the NBA moment with KDLessons he’s learned from his first playoff runDoes he feel his skill set and size is perfectly suited for the playoffsOn the Hawks' resilience in the playoffs Talks about Nate McMillan taking over and changing the teamOn the Hawks roster constructionTOP 5 Draft with Tyrese Haliburton and Kenny Beecham
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About The Show
Former NBA sharpshooter and Duke legend 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.