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Reporting on what’s next for the 76ers after the James Harden trade to the Clippers, including Joel Embiid’s future, Tyrese Maxey’s free agency, and chasing potential targets such as Zach LaVine, OG Anunoby, Donovan Mitchell, and more with HoopsHype’... more
This week's outline has a few minor edits and there is only one audio track because I recorded with my mic and Zoom at the practice facility in person as Dinwiddie literally sat next to me at a table with two chairs. Please let me know when it's publ... more
Sacramento Kings coach Mike Brown discusses stories behind the scenes with Tim Duncan, LeBron James, Kobe Bryant and alongside Gregg Popovich and Steve Kerr. Plus, what’s next for the Kings this season, including De'Aaron Fox, Domantas Sabonis, Keega... more
Scotto is just not a good host. No chemistry with any of his guests and no real intel that isn’t just regurgitating stuff that’s been reported elsewhere
Scotto is solid. Gets good guests sometimes for rare insight .
The host of this podcast has a voice made for being behind the scenes. Really hard to listen to. His guest Tony Jones seemed to not even care if he made sense as long as he carried water for the Jazz. Home town “journalist” repeatedly referred to Utah as “we” and made preposterous statements like the Jazz were ready to compete this year when everyone knows they are tanking. Scott has a responsibility to at least question ridiculous statements, but seemingly wasn’t listening to the answers. Gave... more
Been following Alex a long time and love how he dives into the NBA and player stories off and on the court. He allows guests to tell their story and share super entertaining stories involving basketball. His insights and opinions are intriguing and love listening to the podcast.
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The HoopsHype Podcast launched 6 years ago and published 100 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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