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.