On this week's show Armon talks about a wild ride during NFL free agency, and offers up a Mea culpa to one sports person in particular.
(02:00 - 18:00)
We had another case of an extreme fan in the NBA this week. However, instead of wondering what the NBA should do to prevent these outbursts again, Armon says its a symptom of a much larger issue.
(19:00 - 31:00)
And host of the "Urban Sport Scene" podcast, Wally Akinsoe stops by to discuss bias towards the Redskins. Spence-Garcia and the struggles of the Lakers
(55:00 - 1:18:00)
On this week's episode Armon discusses why being a sports fan isn't the wisest or healthiest thing for a person to do
(02:00 - 22:00)
Every year the football world seems to lose their minds during the lead up to the NFL draft, and this year is no exception.
(23:00 - 43:00)
And after watching "Leaving Neverland" there is plenty to discuss. And plenty of questions to ask, including why so many of Michael Jackson's defenders don't seem to have any consistency.
(1:03:00 - 1:20:00)
On this week's show Armon tells us why the debate regarding the "One & Done" rule needs to re-tooling.
(02:00 - 26:00)
Artificial Intelligence has found Armon's weak spot. NBA advanced statistics. Should we all run in fear or do like Common says and Fly into the future?
(28:00 - 39:00)
And cousin Saadiq Abdul stops by to make his monthly appearance. We debate:
(58:00 - 1:20:00)
On this week's episode Armon talks about why so many in NBA circles are so willing to give sympathy towards the New Orleans Pelicans despite wasting two of the league's best players in a decade.
(02:00 - 20:00)
Many have praised the AAF's ratings through two weeks, for good reason. However why is another sports ratings, which are better being ignored?
(45:00 - 58:00)
And the Wizards are faced with some tough choices on the horizon, but it doesn't matter as long as one man makes all the decisions. No not Ernie Grunfeld. Ted Leonsis.
(1:00:00 - 1:20:00)
On this week's episode Armon talks about the big trade revolving Kristaps Porzingis & if its ok to believe in the Knicks (naw)
(01:00 - 20:00)
The Super Bowl left much to be desired, but just because the game wasn't that good doesn't mean we need to reach for storylines
(27:00 - 36:00)
And Bryna Kramer from Wizards Xtra and Talk Nerdy With Us stops by to breakdown whats the best path forward for the Wiz & TV shows to keep an eye on
On this week's episode Armon tells the people complaining about "market size" re: Anthony Davis, to take a page out of Trick Daddy's playbook.
(01:00 - 20:00)
Many say the Pelicans should wait for Boston because they have the best assets. But those same people said Boston's "Godfather offer" a few years ago was too good to turn down also. So why do we still believe them?
(22:00 - 51:00)
And my brother Travis Thomas stops by to give his thoughts on Keith Thurman's return & Pats-Rams
(1:10:00 - 1:30:00)
On this week's show, Armon wonders why things are so silent when it comes to those who say they don't like the NBA because of lack of parity
(02:00 - 19:00)
Tom Brady or Michael Jordan. Which one is the greatest team sport athlete ever? My cousin, Saadiq Abdul & I debate that and two more topics. See if you think Im crazy for my answer.
(47:00 - 1:07:00)
And there is one sympathetic figure in the sports world that I try to shine some light on.
(1:08:00 - 1:19:00)
On this week's show Armon gets an unexpected guest who asks him to do the unthinkable; explain why the Wizards SHOULD trade Bradley Beal.
The NFL is a copycat league, but they're taking it too far with their decision to make one person one of their 32 head coaches.
Plus the Dallas Mavericks have their new franchise player, but remember how they got him when market size & cap smoothing excuses return this offseason
(1:01:00 - 1:15:00)
On this week's episode Armon tells you why Peter King has it ALL wrong when it comes to Antonio Brown, & why he's not the only one who does.
(02:00 - 22:00)
The first rounds of NBA All-Star voting are in the books, and while many are up in arms, I tell you why no one should be.
(23:00 - 40:00)
And Troy Haliburton stops by to talk about his latest piece about the Wizards' analytics department & gives us his takeaways from "Surviving R. Kelly"
On this week's episode, Armon rings in the new year by talking about the questionable decision of letting D.J. Swearinger go by the Burgundy & Gold, and how it was covered in D.C.
(02:00 - 25:00)
'Redskins 100" producer, Ajay Atayee stops by to break down the Skins & Wizards and answers which team is most likely to be a champion first
(44:00 - 58:00)
And Ben Simmons is great at basketball, but his lack of shooting has somehow blinded many to the fact
(1:00:00 - 1:18:00)
On this week's episode I break down why Mark Cuban is becoming Luka Doncic's worst ally.
(02:00 - 13:00)
LeBron James is used to making all of the biggest shots on & off the court. But he came up small in a huge spot this holiday weekend.
(14:00 - 34:00)
And Baker Mayfield has been everything NFL fans could have asked for, but his brashess is making many do a 180.
(1:02:00 - 1:15:00)
On this week's episode Armon tells you why defense and a running game in the NFL isn't as outdated as many would have you believe.
(02:00 - 19:00)
Many gave their opinion on the "King of R&B" but most had one glaring omission. So I put the crown on its rightful owner.
(20:00 - 43:00)
Plus my cousin Saadiq Abdul makes his monthly appearance on the show to debate Kyle Kuzma vs Brandon Ingram. Super Bowl picks and the Burgundy & Gold
(45:00 - 1:00:00)
On this week's show Armon breaks down how the lack of parity in the College Football Playoffs is as predictable as the silence from critics of the NBA's lack of competitive balance.
(02:00 - 12:00)
Deontay Wilder & Tyson Fury surprised even myself in putting on an amazing performance this past weekend, but what's next in the Heavyweight division, and where does Anthony Joshua fall in all of this?
(12;30 - 29:00)
Plus thinking outside the box is exactly what we love here on the Quarter-Lee Report, but when will an NFL team do it when it comes to the QB position? Because I know exactly how to solve the Quarterback bubble.
(50:00 - 1:05:00)
On this week's episode Armon tells you why DeMarcus Cousins is in fact overrated & why it isn't a hot take.
(02:00 - 20:00)
Its always hard to compare things that happen in the NBA to the NFL but we do so this week, using Matthew Stafford.
(22:00 - 35:00 )
And Kevin Broom from the #SoWizards podcast stops by to let us know whether the Wiz should "blow it up" and the market for Bradley Beal.
(53:00 - 1:11:00)
On this week's episode Armon feels for former GM Billy King, yet laughs at the prospect of another team giving him another chance.
(02:00 - 11:00)
Kemba Walker is playing at an All-NBA level this season, but I tell you why id never offer him the money he's rightfully earning this year.
And NBC Washington's Keely Divien stops by to give us the latest on all the drama swirling around both the Wizards and the Warriors.
(43:00 - 56:00)
On this week's episode, Armon tells you why Carmelo Anthony's Hall of Fame career is coming to an unpleasant end, & why its Melo's own doing.
(02:00 - 17:00)
After a summer full of drama, Jimmy Butler finally got his ticket out of the Twin Cities, and changed the Eastern Conference landscape in the "process".
(18:00 - 36:00)
And Perry Aston from the "NBA Unwrapped" podcast stops by to breakdown all things Purple & Gold
(43:00 - 57:00)
On this week's episode, Armon tells a legend in the sports world their take was trash and that they need to have a seat.
(02:00 - 12:00)
Are you tired of Jordan vs Lebron like me? Well the NFL doubled down on that debate by adding another one, that makes zero sense.
And Mike Bossetti from RaptorsRapture.com stops by to discuss just how good are the Raptors this season, and can they put an end to the Warriors reign of dominance.
On this week's episode, Armon makes a declaration, that to him makes perfect sense. But to many NBA fans would be considered the hottest of hot takes. See if you agree.
(02:00 - 15:00)
Everyone in the NBA is using analytics to help catch the Warriors, but it seems like most teams have no idea what they're doing.
(16:00 - 37:00)
And Truth About It's Troy Haliburton stops by to help us figure out what is wrong with the Wizards & what changes could possibly be in store
(41:00 - 1:05:00)
On this week's episode Markelle Fultz is having another rough start to the season. But for him, winning over the fans isn't just about his play, but also about easing the pain on passing on a "special" player
(02:00 - 14:00)
Floyd Mayweather is known for a lot of things. Money. Winning and being in the spotlight. But now that he continues to be overshadowed, we need to know him for something completely different
(15:00 - 31:00)
Plus Saadiq Abdul makes his monthly appearance on the show to decide if I'm crazy or not for my most explosive takes. See if you agree!
(40:00 - 56:00)
On this week's episode Armon breaks down more foolish narratives from the NFL. Narratives that only apply when convenient.
(02:00 - 20:00)
Terence Crawford put on a show this weekend defending his Welterweight title in front of his home fans. But could he do it vs Errol Spence? The better question may be, will it happen?
(20:20 - 41:00)
And my guy Ivan Carter stops by to discuss what the hell is going on between Karl Anthony Towns and Jimmy Butler.
(44:00 - 60:00)
On this week's episode I'm confused as to why Odell Beckham Jr is still getting ripped by the media, even after he spoke the truth to ESPN.
(02:00 - 14:00)
The NBA season is almost here but before the first tip, I need someone to let me know what Ben Simmons and Nikola Jokic did to piss yall off.
(16:00 - 31:00)
And Tyler James from the "Celtics and Chill" podcast stops by to give me the vibe in Boston as the Celtics look fully ready to dethrone the defending champs. And just what it might take to land Anthony Davis in Beantown.
(38:00 - 56:00)
On this week's episode Armon breaks down why everything isn't right vs wrong, and how Earl Thomas & The Seattle Seahawks made that point clear as day.
HBO Boxing is coming to an end, but even in the "information age" sports media still gets the bigger picture wrong.
Plus Im joined by co-host of the "Urban Sports Scene" podcast Wally Akinsoe. As we breakdown if Deontay Wilder-Tyson Fury will do big PPV numbers, and why certain members of the D.C. media can't stop raving about a QB who no longer plays here.
On this week's episode Armon gives a scorching hot take that will shock most NBA observers (But will most likely prove to be true)(00:01 - 00:19)
Anthony Joshua continued his dominance in the Heavyweight division but nothing truly matters until he steps in the ring vs Deontay Wilder. Or does it?
(00:20 - 00:31)
And Wizards insider for NBC Sports Washington, Chase Hughes stops by to breakdown why the Wizards are so confident, and why is the area so torn regarding Otto Porter.
(00:37 - 00:55)
On this week's show, Armon breaks down one of the more entertaining storylines in sports this year: Vontae Davis getting the F out of Buffalo.
(01:00 - 11:00)
Karl Anthony Towns & Jimmy Butler's issues seem to be beyond the point of repair, but how is it that Andrew Wiggins of all people has found himself in the worst position of the T'Wolves.
(45:00 - 1:02)
And producer, David Devall stops by to breakdown Saturday's controversial rematch between Canelo Alvarez and Gennady Golovkin
(30:00 - 45:00)
On this week's show Armon has a change of heart when it comes to the Greatest of All-time discussion, and its the answer EVERYONE should have.
(01:00 - 37:00)
The Bobby Brown documentary brought back old feelings for many as BET shined last week. But what has to happen for the network to repair its tarnished image?
(1:17:00 - 1:34:00)
Plus Mike Sykes stops by to give his thoughts on Serena Williams, Colin Kaepernick and the passing of Mac Miller.
(38:00 - 1:01:00)