NBA expert Chris Broussard breaks down the hottest topics around the NBA, using his years of deep connections to keep you updated and informed in a way nobody else is doing it.
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Chris breaks down the monster seasons that Westbrook and Harden are having. Who's most deserving of the MVP? Should the Knicks resign Derrick Rose after he went AWOL? Who should take the final shot: Curry or Durant? Should Ben Simmons play this season? Would you rather be an All-Star or go on a date with Rihanna?
Chris responds to Lebron's claim that the Warriors and Cavaliers are not rivals. How will the bad blood between the Dubs and Cavs stack up against the Lakers and Celtics rivalry? What are five NBA trades that should happen today?
Is New York still the Mecca of basketball? Are the Knicks even a good NBA franchise? Should the Knicks trade Carmelo Anthony to the Cavs for Kevin Love? What was Lebron trying to say with his tweets? Was Steve Kerr right about the All-Star voting?
Chris breaks down why the Golden State Warriors and the NBA need Steph Curry to return to the Michael Jordan level of last season. Then actor/comedian Michael Rapaport joins to defend his New York Knicks and NYC as the Mecca of basketball
Chris breaks down who's the G.O.A.T: Tom Brady or Michael Jordan? Who's right, Phil Jackson or Carmelo Anthony? Is Magic Johnson to the Lakers a good move? Would a championship ring or averaging a triple double be better for Russell Westbrook's legacy?
Chris gives us his take on the lessons learned from the Knicks situation with Charles Oakley and James Dolan, including Latrell Sprewell’s latest cameo at Madison Square Garden. Plus, a revealing interview with Glen “Big Baby” Davis, who calls his former coach Doc Rivers overrated and lucky in Boston.
Shaquille O'Neal weighs in on his former coach Phil Jackson’s handling of Carmelo Anthony. Civil rights legend Rev. Jesse Jackson wonders how Martin Luther King Jr. would have viewed LeBron James’ activism. NBA All-Star Game musical performer Jidenna talks about his new album “The Chief.”
Chris breaks down how the recent Demarcus Cousins trade could lead the Pelicans to becoming the next super team. With Magic now in charge, are the Lakers moving in the right direction? Should the Boston Celtics make a big trade? Is the All-Star game too boring?
With Kevin Durant out indefinitely, will the Golden State Warriors still be the favorites to win the Finals? Then Chris is joined by former All-Star Kenyon Martin who talks about playing with Carmelo Anthony, what it's like to practice with Allen Iverson, and recounts of some of the most brutal NBA fights he either witnessed or took part in.