On this week's show Armon talks about all the drama surrounding the Suns and Eric Bledsoe, while considering relegation.
Everyone has a "Top 20 Southern Rap Albums" list. And now we do too! See if you agree with ours, but here's one piece of advice: Don't say a word about entry #7.
And blogger Brieon Paige stops by to weigh in on her Chiefs, while also giving her take on Justin Timberlake performing at this year's Super Bowl.
On this week's episode, Armon asks why is there such a different reaction between Gordon Hayward's injury and Aaron Rodger's, even though they happened just days apart.
Baseball's playoffs have been AMAZING. Unfortunately for the sport their old-timers keep getting in the way of a new generation.
Plus my cousin Saadiq Abdul makes his monthly appearance to give us his NBA predictions and tell us why Carson Wentz is the real deal.
On this week's episode Armon talks about how the NFL has become stranger than fiction. Literally.
D.C. Sports has a very odd curse, but the cure is simple. Just take a look at Boston, Cleveland & Chicago.
And NBC Sports Washington's Keely Diven stops by to preview the NBA season. Specifically, can anyone stop Golden State? And how far can John Wall lead the Wizards.
On this week's show Armon discusses why the Cleveland Cavaliers have as good a shot at anyone at beating the Golden State Warriors, and why Kevin Love's "defense" is key.
Michael Beasley is a lot of things, but this week he becomes our "Sports Wanksta" wait until you hear why.
And Daniel Martin from NBC Sports Washington stops by to break down the FBI's investigation into NCAA hoops, and what LaMelo Ball's homeschooling means for his college and pro future.