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Steve, Brett and Mikey try to hit all the Western Conference teams in 60 minutes but get derailed along the way more
Steve, Brett and Mikey try to hit all 15 teams in the East in less than 60 minutes more
Steve is joined by Ethan and Mikey to discuss some of the things we like, and don’t like (cough cough Bally Sports), to begin the season. Also, Ethan introduces his new segment: The League Pass Report on The Toronto Raptors. more
Gave this podcast another shot due to audio quality from back in the day after hearing Brett on another podcast. Since joining Twitter this man has ascended into the heavens as a “basketball expert”. That used to be a joke, but now it’s solidified. Sabbatini despite being sick delivered a solid performance as always. Only way this podcast could improve is if it had a Derek Michael on molly segment. Keep up the good work fellas!
I listen to a ton of hoops pods… do yourself a favor and make this your main show. Perfect balance of statistics, research, and fun. more
I listen to a ton of hoops pods… do yourself a favor and make this your primary download. Perfect balance of statistics, research, and fun.
Never been much into podcasts before but I listened to two of these last week and now I’m kinda hooked. Big shout out to Jacob Birkenstocks, Steve Salami, and Usher Brett for their hard work and informative takes/debates. It’s always a good listen.
Solid content and points but the audio could be a little better and maybe some more diverse guests would be cool.
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The Overstated NBA Show launched 4 years ago and published 203 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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