From the NBA draft to the playoffs and back again, Open Floor takes you on a ride across the NBA standings, laying out the latest news and rumors along the way and leaving no basketball conspiracy theory stone left unturned. Join hosts Michael Pina, Chris Herring and Rohan Nadkarni as they let their imaginations run free up and down the court and around the world. Welcome to the Open Floor Globe.
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On today's episode, Michael and Rohan give their winners and losers from the 2022 NBA draft. What were the Knicks thinking? Will they regret not using the 11th pick and instead opting to improve via free agency? Should the Magic have taken Jabari Smi... more
On today's episode, Michael and Rohan discussed Kyrie Irving's looming player option and wondered which team he'll end up on next season. They also went over Bradley Beal's free agency and Charlotte's puzzling search for a new head coach before a lon... more
On today’s special episode, Michael, Chris, and Rohan give their thoughts on Game 6 of the NBA Finals and what the Warriors win means for Stephen Curry’s legacy. Then they briefly preview who will be No. 1 on their Top 100 lists for next season, whic... more
Stop. Please. Every 4 minutes a Michael lewis pitch. What the heck is going on,????? Ruins the flow of your offense dude. And your presentation with the hushed voice is so fake. Come on Michael.
Stop insulting people who don’t want this experimental vaxx that comes with literally hundreds of side effects and that has caused thousands upon thousands of deaths… you’re nothing but wannabe epidemiologists and judgemental ignoramuses
To me it is anoying that Michael cannot go for 15 secs without being interrupted by Rohan. I can't help but thinking: why should I listen to someone that shows utter disregard for yhe opinions of others. Congratulations Michael on handling the contant interruptions with bullet proof patience.
Most of the time the show has really good analysis and is a fun listen. But the host has a major blind spot in his slobbering love for his Boston Celtics. It gets to be a drag. If I wanted to hear from fanboys I would just log on an SB site. I’d prefer more unbiased conversation. When they talk about the rest of the teams in the NBA it’s a really excellent show. Hope they tone that down.
Ad a returning listener, the amount of ads is ridiculous and they are annoying. "Hi, my name is Karen, go listen to my stupid podcast about stupid girly stuff" in the most obnoxious voice. Sorry if this sounds sexist, but know your audience, please! more
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Open Floor: SI's NBA Show launched 7 years ago and published 291 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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