Archive for the ‘Podcasts’ Category

Podcast Episode 72: Finals Post Mortem, Draft, and Free Agency

Thursday, June 25th, 2015

 

Well, we finally broke up our ridiculous podcasts into two ridiculous podcasts. This episode,  EvilGenius, David Wood, and I give the finals post mortem, discuss the draft, make a free agency wish list, pitch a J.R. Smith/Nick Young sitcom, question Kevin Love’s motives (and then totally realize he’s staying).  Oh and we spend far too much time contemplating why there’s a woolly bear crawling across Colin Farrell’s lip on this season of True Detective.

You can hear us on the links above, on SoundCloud, or on iTunes.

Talking Cavs with Mark Neal

Monday, June 15th, 2015

The Cavs’ margin for error is razor thin.  Are they exhausted or just getting beat?  Steve Kerr’s new strategy.  Why won’t David Blatt go deeper into his bench?  Small Ball the new normal?  More Kendrick Perkins talk then you could possibly fathom at this point in the season.  Does LeBron deserve the MVP?

Mark and I discuss these topics and more on today’s Dayton Sports Scene.

What are your thoughts?  I’m admittedly a bit salty about the series right now but the Cavs should be commended for making this so entertaining.  One thing I’ve found interesting is the amount of hate Cavs fans suddenly have for Steph Curry.  I’ll admit my gut instinct is to dislike the guy but the longer I think about him and the idea of Steph Curry I calm down and almost force myself to get over my emotions.  But I have a few friends on facebook that are fantasizing about doing some violent things to that mouthguard.  How are you feeling about the baby-faced bobblehead right now?

Podcast Quick Hit! Cleveland 96, Golden State 91 (The Gattaca Game)

Wednesday, June 10th, 2015

WHAT A GAME. Tom Pestak, EvilGenius, and I just had to talk about it. It was intense: from Delly’s defense and late game scoring to Steph Curry and his 24 points in the fourth. But the Cavs controlled and ultimately triumphed, behind another herculean effort from LeBron and an amazing and unexpected performance from Matthew Dellavedova. Man, that was fun.

Check us out above, on Soundcloud, or on iTunes.

Podcast Episode 70: Finals Game 2 (Your Cleveland Grindaliers)

Tuesday, June 9th, 2015

We couldn’t podcast Sunday night. Our voices were all too ragged from shouting our way through the GREATEST CAVALIERS VICTORY OF ALL TIME. A day later, Ben Werth, Tom Pestak and I stocked up on Earl Grey with honey and stepped into the podcast studio for a bull session worthy of the Cavs’ GOAT game (so far). We discussed our game two experience, the adjustments that both teams can make going into game three, the Delly factor, Steph Curry, Cleveland’s offense, Tristan Thompson, the Buzz in northeast Ohio, David Blatt holding his own against the NBA coaching Golden Boy, LeBron Raymone James, and — of course — memes. Enjoy.

We can be heard above, on Soundcloud, or on iTunes. We’re three games away, folks, and because I didn’t say it on the pod, Go Cavs!

Podcast Episode 69: The Finals!

Thursday, June 4th, 2015

OMG The finals are here! Northeast Ohio is buzzing.  Excitement and anticipation are in the air. After nine days of hype, David Wood, EvilGenius and I jumped in the podcast booth to give a hard core Finals breakdown: stopping LeBron and Steph, the rebounding battle, the turnover breakdown, x-factors, Steph’s Horoscope, the Shaq factor, prop bets, and more. Are you as excited as I am!?

You can listen above, on Soundcloud, or on iTunes.

Podcast: Talking Cavs with Mark Neal

Friday, May 29th, 2015

Not available for the full 1-hour, in-studio segment, but a nice little recap of the Eastern Conference Finals and a look ahead to the Warriors.  Give it a listen!

And tune in every Thursday between 5 and 6 EST.  You can listen live on www.wingam.com

 

Podcast Episode 68: Superman and the Wombat

Monday, May 25th, 2015

First, check out Cory Hughey’s superior recap of last night’s game. Once you’ve done that come back and listen to John Krolik, Tom, EvilGenius, and I as we tried to stay sane after an epic Cavs overtime win against the Hawks. We couldn’t do it. We were all a little giddy and punchy as we recorded a late night pod during the middle of a holiday weekend. Who could blame us? It was a thrilling game that featured an ejection, a team full of villains trying to destroy Matthew Dellavedova (The Wombat), and the greatest player in the world (or not, according to some of our podders) giving a Kal-El-ian like performance that resulted in an all-time triple double and a Cavs win. The podcast includes highlights, lowlights, too much Delly analysis, haberdashery criticism, a probable finals preview, and so much more.

Enjoy above, or on SoundCloud or iTunes.

Double Feature: Podcast and Reflection

Thursday, May 21st, 2015

1. Podcast:

I got to celebrate the Cavs’ glorious Game One victory in Mark Neal’s studio this afternoon.  We talked all things Cavs, the Conference Finals, the trade for J.R. Smith and Iman Shumpert, the draft, and even got into some discussions about the one-year-of-college requirement.  Give it a listen, and tune in each Thursday between 5 and 6 EST.  I’d love to have some of our regulars call in with a question, put a voice to a name.

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Podcast Episode 67: Delly of an ECF Preview

Monday, May 18th, 2015

First,  check out this morning’s excellent post, “on toughness” by EvilGenius.  Second,  EG, David, and I blew right through our self-imposed “half hour” to deliver our thoughts on the Cavs/Bulls series, the Eastern Conference Finals, the toughness the Cavaliers have exhibited, and living in an alternate universe where Matthew Dellavedova is a villain and an assassin.

Enjoy above, on Soundcloud, or on iTunes.

Podcast Episode 66: ‘Bron’s Windy City Winner

Monday, May 11th, 2015

On the heels of an epic and exhausting Game 4, Tom, EvilGenius, and I got in the studio for an emergency podcast to break down where we were when LeBron hit the shot heard round the Association. We broke down the game, the play, coach Blatt, and the war of attrition that has been this series.

Click above, on SoundCloud, or on iTunes to listen.