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Jason Dumas joins the Huddle and discusses the most difficult questions facing the warriors after 17 games. more
Coach Tony Freccero rejoins the Huddle to share some optimism for the rest of the Warriors season. more
C.J. Holmes joins the Huddle for one last time as the Warriors beat writer before heading off to cover the Nets, providing insight into the panic level throughout dubnation after they drop 5 in a row, including defcon level grades for Klay and Wiggin... more
This episode got me laughing hard, best in a while…only missing Markus
This is a Warriors broadcast ostensibly. Yet sometimes this podcast seems to be as much about the Lakers as the Warriors. The Warriors info they do present is good and frequently funny. Too bad much of their focus is on LeBron James and the Lakers.
Most of the time it seems like there are too many warriors podcasts out there but in the summer I consume all of them. Huddle is one of the best! They don’t take themselves to seriously while still having reasonable and interesting takes and topics not necessarily covered by every other podcast out there. Love the differing guests and Bram’s neurotic self deprecating tendencies. MT and Maxime playing the straight characters to offset Bram and it just works.
So many good podcasts out there, this ain’t it. He guest, krysteen was great. It would have been awesome if they had actually talked about the warriors and their picks for more than 3 minutes. But it was like forty minutes of bad inside jokes from the host who thought it was a morning radio show.
I always enjoy your show. I love, love love it when you have guests. Wes Goldman is so great when he talks about the Warriors or any team. He offers a very balanced point of view and always backs his opinions with sound information. Thank you for inviting him and he could be on your show several times a month imho. Thanks Bram.
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Warriors Huddle launched 11 years ago and published 281 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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