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)
On this week's show, Armon discusses the bubble bursting on NFL Quarterbacks and why a team with foresight should "counter-program" and build their team without a franchise QB
(02:00 - 22:00)
Skylar Diggins-Smith caused quite the stir last week with her comments on how players in the WNBA are compensated. Unfortunately sexism has prevented us from having an intelligent conversation about paying the women of the WNBA, and there may not be any easy solutions
(24:00 - 40:00)
And my cousin Saadiq Abdul makes his monthly visit to breakdown a possible longer NFL season, how much Adrian Peterson has left. And if this season of Insecure has fallen off.
(1:02 - 1:20)
On this week's episode Armon wonders what the hell is going on with Nicki Minaj
There's a long list of MVP candidates for the upcoming NBA season, but IF you are interested in placing a wager (or two) down, Armon gives you the best bets
Plus Princess Streeter from "The W Podcast" stops by to preview the WNBA playoff picture, plus give us her thoughts on Dwight Howard trying to evolve to KD
On this week's show: are you tired of the NFL protest controversy? Well I have finally solved the issue that has people on all sides angry at the league. (2:00 - 20:00)
Kelvin Benjamin went out of his way to let everyone know how displeased he was with his former QB (Cam Newton) and all he got for his troubles was him looking like an ass, or a Sports Wanksta (21:00 - 30:00)
And the man, the myth the legend, Michael Jenkins from NBC Sports Washington stops by to discuss Tiger Woods, The Upcoming season for the Redskins and a Rough summer for College Football (35:00 - 1:00:00)
On this week's episode of The Quarter-Lee Report, Armon breaks down why the Dallas Cowboys continue to step in it, and why they are the illustration of what's wrong with the NFL (1:00- 14:00)
One of the most groundbreaking television shows may be nearing its end, and its better to do it now than later, Armon suggests (15:00 - 32:00)
And Troy Haliburton from Truth About It stops by to discuss the infamous John Wall picture, and who had the best album of the Summer. (40:00 - 1:02)
On this week's episode Armon talks about Loyalty, and how we in the sports culture have the definition all wrong.
ComicCon was a huge success in San Diego last week. However some of the latest reviews from D.C. has Armon giving them the side eye. Have they earned your trust?
Plus Saadiq Abdul is stopping by to answer a simple question: Is Armon Crazy. We let you decide.
On this week's episode Armon asks a significant question all NBA fans and front offices should ask, "How much is one championship worth to you"?
Kawhi Leonard's trade to the Raptors has shaken up the Eastern Conference standings. Which begs the question: Why weren't other teams more willing to get involved?
Plus NBA TV's Chris Miles stops by to break down whats going on with the 76ers GM search, and who had the best rap album this summer
On this week's show Armon tries to warn everyone about getting too excited about your favorite rookie's play at Summer League.
The Summer months usually mean great action movies, but the genre seems to be on its last legs, which makes Armon reminisce over yesteryear.
Plus Kevin Broom stops by to discuss his metric, PPA. While also breaking down the offseason of the Wizards. Plus gives caution to the future of the Suns and Knicks.
On this week's show there have been PLENTY of trash takes this past week regarding the NBA, so in the words of the legendary Trick Daddy, Armon tells a few smart people to, "Shut-up".
Drake sent the entire world into shock when he released his latest album, but did "Scorpion" live up to the hype?
Plus Monica McNutt stops by to breakdown Dwight to D.C. and what Lebron James to the Lakers means for his legacy.
On this week's episode Armon gives us a scorching hot take on why Kyrie Irving continues to get passes that no other player in recent history would ever get.
Many are greatly anticipating the new season of the STARTZ hit series, "Power" but not Armon. So he asks you the listeners to help him find a show to watch over the summer.
Plus Travis Thomas stops by to breakdown the Wizards offseason, a letdown year for boxing and if the NFL is in serious trouble.
On this week's episode, Armon tells us why EVERY NBA team should be making a play for Kawhi Leonard this offseason.
Nas' new album has many talking, but is his latest effort the best offering from G.O.O.D. Music this summer?
Plus Grant & Danny producer, Brendan Darr stops by to discuss the World Cup & why D.C. Sports radio doesn't have more Wizards/ NBA coverage.
On this week's show I wonder why Kobe Bryant is obsessing over Lebron James, despite his own shortcomings.
Terrell Owens had to fight for years to be inducted into the Hall of Fame, and now that he's about to finally go in, he has another fight on his hands.
Plus Troy Machir stops by to breakdown whether or not Alex Ovechkin is the most beloved athlete in D.C. sports history
On this week's episode Armon weighs in on the Drake Pusha T battle. Who's winning, thoughts on blackface and should Drake leave Push alone.
With the NBA Finals about to start, we talk about the debate the entire sports world continues to discuss, Michael vs Lebron.
Plus Troy Haliburton returns and gives us his takes on rap beef, burner accounts and Kyrie Irving's leadership
… Needless to say, this is a HELL of an episode!
On this week's show Armon breaks down one of the most interesting storylines in all of sports: The brewing beef between Tom Brady & Bill Belichick.
DeMarcus Cousins is entering free agency by rehabbing a torn Achilles. Is his talent worth the risk of signing long-term? We weigh the options.
Plus Mike Bossetti from RaptorsRaprture.com stops by to discuss what went wrong with Toronto vs Cleveland (again) & what changes, if any, can the Raps expect heading into next season.
On this week's episode Armon breaks down how ESPN and Top Rank have put together an amazing stable of fighters, yet one of their prized boxers keeps getting the shaft.
Sports gambling has be legalized, but beyond your pockets, how will this decision affect your favorite leagues and franchises? Get ready for a repeat of the Summer of '16
Plus Tyler James from the Celtics and Chill podcast stops by to talk about the amazing season from Boston and their head coach.
On this week's episode Armon talks about how Amazon is leading us all into the Robot Apocalypse.
HBO Boxing was once considered the gold standard for the sport, now its making a joke of itself.
And after another disappointing season, the Wizards decided to give Ernie Grunfeld ANOTHER contract extension. I discuss that move and more with Ben Standig.
On this week's episode I break down why the NFL draft is such a mockery of its former self, and why tired clichés are doing more harm than good.
There's a lot of reasons why the OKC Thunder failed to advanced in the playoffs in the 2nd year. But one person is getting a pass for the teams failures, and I'm not talking about Westbrook.
Plus my cousin, Saadiq Abdul stops by to break down all things NBA and tells me if any of my takes are crazy or not.
On this week's episode Armon breaks down what the New Orleans Pelicans should do with DeMarcus Cousins' impending free agency.
Everyone is excited about Marvel's latest film, well except one man. Find out why James Cameron needs to have a seat.
Plus Pacers insider for Indy Star.com, J. Michael stops by to tell us why the Pacers-Cavaliers series has been so exciting and if Indy has enough to pull off the upset.
On this week's episode Armon does a little point / counterpoint in terms of Mark Jackson being a good coaching candidate for the Knicks.
In sports we like to compare & debate EVERYTHING. But its not just sports culture apparently, as Beyoncé and Michael Jackson fans went at each other's throats this weekend.
Plus Troy Haliburton stops by to discuss what needs to happen for the Wizards to get back in their series vs the Raptors.
On this episode Armon breaks down his favorite thing about the 2017-18 NBA season, a rivalry that makes no sense.
Killer Mike is one of the best rappers in the game, but "DAMN HOMIE" he played himself this past weekend.
Plus C. Jolie stops by to breakdown the Raptors from a Canadian POV. We discuss if this is the year Toronto can finally break through.
On this week's show, I turn up the heat on one "Hot take" that I believe will turn the Celtics from a contender to a championship favorite.
Darius Brazley is looking to shake up amateurism by skipping college and going right into the G-League. But if you're against exploiting players, you should be against this move too.
Plus NBA TV's Chris Miles stops by to breakdown the playoff races in both conferences, but also settles a hip-hop debate.
On the 50th episode Armon talks about two former stars who are having rough weeks: Albert Belle & Carmelo Anthony
We are this close to having a super fight for the Heavy-weight championship, but one fighter potentially stands in the way of a Deontay Wilder-Anthony Joshua showdown.
And the 30 for 30 documentaries have been a HUGE success for ESPN, but they may be running out of ideas, so we decide to help them out! Help us decide which topic would make for the best story.
On this week's episode I ask what has gotten into Andrew Wiggins?
I once again express my angst for the "pro-tankers" who think tanking is the BEST way to build in the NBA.
Plus my cousin, Saadiq Abdul joins the show to give his thoughts on Washington trading for Alex Smith. And answering if I'm tripping or not
On this week's episode Armon tells you why the market for NFL Quarterbacks is still out of whack, and which team will regret spending big money on a "Top 10" QB.
The first four days of the NCAA tournament are the best days of the sports calendar, but one part of the frenzy has grown annoying. Find out what
Plus contributor for "Truth About It", Troy Haliburton stops by to answer what is wrong with Bradley Beal in the clutch, and which matchups should Wizards fans want for the postseason.
On this week's episode the Wizards have had some success without their star PG, and the sample size is no longer small, so maybe we need to start thinking with our heads instead of our hearts.
Deontay Wilder silenced his critics Saturday night with the biggest win of his career. Forcing yours truly to offer a mea culpa.
Plus the NCAA has tons of heat on them, so maybe this is finally the time the NBA does away with the dumb "one and done" rule.