On this week's episode I tell you why despite being the youngest MVP ever, Derrick Rose should NOT be a hall of famer. Plus that MVP should be voided TBH.
The Boston Celtics have been playing amazing this year. They are legit title contenders, and they're doing this ALL without their highest paid player... which is why I say trade him! I explain.
Plus my cousins, and Sports Analyst, Saadiq Abdul makes his monthly appearance to tell me why my takes are wrong, and why Aqib Talib is making the NFL fun again.
On this week's show, Armon once again becomes frustrated by the actions of Kevin Durant. But is he overreacting?
Baker Mayfield is fun, brash and interesting. But unfortunately, he probably wont be for long. Find out why.
And writer for the Indy Star, Clifton Brown stops by to talk about the surprising Indiana Pacers and what Paul George can expect when he returns to Indy in a few weeks.
On this week's episode Armon talks about how despite not growing up a fan of the Hurricanes, he and every college football fan should be happy they're back.
Andrew Luck was supposed to be the second coming when the Colts drafted him 7 years ago. However, Indy has somehow managed to ruin the start of his career.
Plus Mark Moore stops by to breakdown a huge week for comics on the big and small screen.
On this week's episode, Armon tells you why there are no more excuses why Deontay Wilder and Anthony Joshua shouldn't fight in 2018. Even though both fighters have good reasons why they haven't fought yet.
The technological revolution WILL be televised. And it will happen not because of an A.I. uprising, but because of convenience. I try to stop it John Connor style.
Plus SB Nation and Bullets Forever contributor, Michael Sykes stops by to fill us in on what's working with Adidas, and what's not, with John Wall.
On this week's episode, Armon talks about how the Sports Gods have cursed the city of Cleveland, especially the Browns after this week's wild events.
The NFL may be stuck in a bad situation, but they can learn a thing or two from their College Football counterparts. Hear why CFB is hitting on all the right keys, by doing WAY less.
Plus I'm joined by NBATV's own Chris Miles as we breakdown the first 2 weeks of the NBA season. And discuss what's actually wrong with Lebron James and the Cavaliers.