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Verno and KOC discuss the dominant performance by Joel Embiid, Tyrese Maxey, and the rest of the 76ers as they blew out the Lakers by 44 points on Monday night (01:05). After watching the Suns and Timberwolves over the weekend, both teams look like l... more
Verno and KOC go through last night’s in-season tournament play, starting with the Pacers, who clinched their spot in the knockout stage, and the growing star power of Tyrese Haliburton (02:57). The guys explain the 76ers’ struggles and debate whethe... more
Verno and KOC open up the show by discussing the bad as well as some good about Draymond Green’s suspension for choking Rudy Gobert (01:13). The guys dive into Kelly Oubre Jr.'s strange situation after he was (or wasn't) hit by a car (13:23). Also, t... more
That’s true, That might be true, That’s Ridiculous is not an interesting game. Only outrageous things or obvious things fit into that’s true or that’s ridiculous. And almost anything worth discussing will fall into That Might Be True. more
Vernon made it sound like Ant was the victim, saying “people tried to cancel him.” You mean hold him accountable? For promoting homophobia on his platform? Vernon has dismissed and sympathized with players/coaches violating human rights a number of times
I used to be a big fan but KOC isn’t the analyst or man I thought he was. Verno still cool with me
Ant Edward's, unprompted, took a video shaming and degrading some gay individuals minding their own business. Vernon made it sound like Ant was the victim, saying “people tried to cancel him.” You mean hold him accountable? For promoting homophobia on his platform? Vernon has dismissed and sympathized with players/coaches violating human rights a number of times
Chris is a moron. He doesn’t play sports and just has wild claims! Typical journalist that doesn’t have experience hands-on.
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The Mismatch launched 6 years ago and published 303 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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