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)
On this week's episode Armon wonders what is going on with the Raiders and the NFL as a whole on why more and more teams are not taking care of their elite players
(01:20 - 10:47)
Many are singing about "living their best life" currently, but one man is doing so -- on his own terms. Its just crazy to think how Joe Budden arrived at this place.
(11:00 - 22:00)
And with the NFL season beginning this week. Redskins Insider for NBC Sports Washington, J.P. Finlay stops by to breakdown Washington's chances at success and debate parity between the NFL and NBA
(37:00 - 53:00)