In this Game Theory episode, Sam Vecenie chats with Cole Zwicker from The Step Back. First, they break down Game 3 of Cavs-Celtics, which the Celtics surprisingly won. Then, for most of the episode, they do a deep dive into the prospects ranked No. 6 through No. 10 on my 2017 NBA Draft Big Board. First, we talk De'Aaron Fox, who Cole and I differ somewhat wildly on. Please remember to rate, review and subscribe to the Game Theory Podcast on iTunes. You can find Cole at @colezwicker on Twitter, and Sam at @Sam_Vecenie.
In this Game Theory episode, Sam Vecenie chats with Reags from over at Barstool about a variety of topics. First, they chat about the official All-NBA selections. Did the voters get it right? Were there snubs? Also, what do they think about the media voting on it? Sam also gives an explainer on an idea to reform voting to make all parties happy. Then, they chat about the NBA Draft lottery, which leads into a bit of a longer discussion on LaVar Ball's most recent FS1 appearance. They then also chat about the Sixers, about De'Aaron Fox and Malik Monk, and about the Knicks and how the draft will somehow screw them in the end. Please remember to rate, review and subscribe to the show on iTuners. You can follow Reags at @BarstoolReags, and you can follow Sam at @Sam_Vecenie.
In this Roundtable podcast, Jonathan Levy along with the Ignal brothers react to the amazing news, and speculate on what it means for the Celtics.
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In this Game Theory episode that occurred immediately after the lottery, Sam Vecenie chats with Chris Stone from over at The Step Back where they break down the lottery's results. What is the most important thing to happen from the lottery? What do they think the Sixers will do at No. 3? What do they think of the lottery process in general? What do they think of lottery night? Then, they go fully into a mock draft of the lottery, where they break down an initial, quick reaction to what they see on the board in the top-14. The key here is that Philadelphia holds all of the cards on draft night. What they do will shape the entire event. Please remember to rate, review, and subscribe to the show on iTunes. You can follow Chris at @cstonehoops, and you can follow Sam at @Sam_Vecenie. A quick heads up: the first minute of audio gets rough, then is perfect the rest of the way.
In this Game Theory episode, Sam Vecenie chats with Ricky O'Donnell from over at SB Nation about the NBA Draft Combine. What happened at the event? They talk at length at the top about the usefulness of the combine, and how valuable the event is for NBA teams and the public at large. Then they get into speaking about specific players. They chat at length about Hamidou Diallo, Frank Jackson, Jordan Bell, all of the big men in the middle of the first round right now, Semi Ojeleye, Terrance Ferguson, Justin Patton, Jonathan Jeanne and ball-dominant scoring guards. All of that and far more in a wide-ranging, hour-long conversation from two people who covered the event. As always, please remember to rate, review and subscribe to the podcast on iTunes. You can follow Ricky at @SBN_Ricky on Twitter, and you can follow Sam at @Sam_Vecenie.
In this episode, Sam Vecenie chats with Chris Stone over at FanSided about Sam's updated 2017 NBA Draft Big Board over at Sporting News. Specifically, they go in-depth on Jonathan Isaac, Lauri Markkanen, Zach Collins, John Collins, Jawun Evans, Harry Giles, Hamidou Diallo, Ike Anigbogu, and a few of the second round prospects we like. Within that discussion, they also touched on some NBA Draft Combine stuff before Sam heads there on Thursday, such as who has the most to gain/lose from the combine, who will be the best player in the five-on-five competition, how they judge combine athletic testing and what matters, and discuss some of the important players who will be testing the waters. Please remember to rate, review and subscribe to the podcast. You can follow Chris at @cstonehoops, and you can follow Sam at @Sam_Vecenie
In this Game Theory podcast, Sam Vecenie chats with Cole Zwicker about three different topics in the NBA/NBA Draft. First, they chat about the Cavaliers dominance. How insane has LeBron been this playoffs? How awesome has David Griffin been at building this team around him? Will they meet the Warriors? Second, they chat about the team they just swept, Toronto. The Raptors have what has to be the most complicated offseason upcoming in the NBA. Do they re-sign Kyle Lowry? Do they re-sign Serge Ibaka? Should they bring back Dwane Casey? Blow it up? Keep the status quo? A lot of huge decisions upcoming, and they break them down. Finally, they chat about deep sleeper NBA Draft prospects. Who are the draft prospects that they think could go undrafted this season, but end up making a roster by the time training camp ends? They break down some names that they're fans of. Please remember to rate, review, and subscribe to the podcast. You can follow Cole at @colezwicker, and you can follow Sam at @Sam_Vecenie.
In this Roundtable podcast, David Davis joins Evan Valenti with Matt and Jon Ignal to discuss the failed Washington trip and how the Celtics can find their groove later in the series.
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Keith Smith joins the Roundable for a deep dive into the Wizards series with a look-ahead to Game 4.
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In this Game Theory podcast, Sam Vecenie chats with Reags from over at Barstool about a few different topics. First, they talk about Lonzo Ball's signature sneaker release. Do they like the shoes? How outrageous is the price point? Do they think Lavar is secretly a genius? How risky is this for Lonzo? Then, they chat about some cross-racial NBA Draft comparisons, and how they should be better about who we compare NBA Draft prospects to. Included is Luke Kennard, Ivan Rabb, and a few others. Also, they then just compare a few of the elite NBA Draft prospects to their counterparts currently playing in the NBA. You can follow Reags' work over at @BarstoolReags and at BarstoolSports.com, and follow Sam at @Sam_Vecenie. Please remember to rate, review, and subscribe to the podcast on iTunes!
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