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The Quarter-Lee Report

Tired of the same old cliched sports topics? Well on the "Quarter-Lee Report" Armon Lee discusses the most interesting topics in sports and entertainment, in a new fresh and creative way. You've never heard sports, or a podcast quite like this one. Trust us.
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Now displaying: March, 2019
Mar 28, 2019

On this week's show, Armon breaks down the case for Bradley Beal making an All-NBA team & how the Wizards should react.

(02:00 - 25:00)

Deontay Wilder has wanted to cement his legacy as the top heavyweight in boxing, but why does he keep running away from the top challenges?

(26:00 - 45:00)

And Zak Noble from the 4 SZN's podcast stops by to discuss some of the biggest races down the stretch in the NBA

(47:00 - 1:09:00)

Mar 14, 2019

On this week's show Armon talks about a wild ride during NFL free agency, and offers up a Mea culpa to one sports person in particular.

(02:00 - 18:00)

We had another case of an extreme fan in the NBA this week. However, instead of wondering what the NBA should do to prevent these outbursts again, Armon says its a symptom of a much larger issue.

(19:00 - 31:00)

And host of the "Urban Sport Scene" podcast, Wally Akinsoe stops by to discuss bias towards the Redskins. Spence-Garcia and the struggles of the Lakers

(55:00 - 1:18:00)

Mar 7, 2019

On this week's episode Armon discusses why being a sports fan isn't the wisest or healthiest thing for a person to do

(02:00 - 22:00)

Every year the football world seems to lose their minds during the lead up to the NFL draft, and this year is no exception.

(23:00 - 43:00)

 

And after watching "Leaving Neverland" there is plenty to discuss. And plenty of questions to ask, including why so many of Michael Jackson's defenders don't seem to have any consistency. 

(1:03:00 - 1:20:00)

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