On this week's show Armon weighs in on the NFL protests and lets you know why the initial message has been completely lost.
Carmelo Anthony's tenure as a Knick has come to an end, but reflecting on his legacy in New York is a bit complicated.
Plus former Ravens Linebacker and Super Bowl champion, Brad Jackson stops by to give his thoughts on the protests, paying quarterbacks and the Los Angeles Lakers.
On this week's show Armon weighs in on Kevin Durant's twitter scandal and Kyrie Irving's amazing yet puzzling interview.
Boxing gave us an entertaining and fun fight last weekend, but all anyone's talking about is the score of one judge. And that's a huge problem I try to fix.
Plus my cousin Saadiq Abdul stops by for his monthly appearance to talk NBA and why D.C. is still so attached to RGIII.
On this week's show Armon tells you why he's SO excited for Saturday's showdown between Gennady Golovkin & Canelo Alvarez. Travis Thomas also stops by to weigh in.
Lil Wayne has quite the musical catalogue, unfortunately ranking his best album has been a failed task, that is until now.
And with the NBA season right around the corner, the annual tradition of ridiculous lists & ranks has once again appeared, but lets not fall into the trap again.
On this week's episode, Armon tackles why fans seem to hate the players that they devote so much time and energy into following.
John Wall says he's the best "two-way" point-guard in the NBA. Is he right?
Plus, Matthew Stafford shows why despite the narrative, the Lions will always be the Lions.