On this week's episode Armon tackles just how difficult this Ezekiel Elliott domestic violence case is and why no one should have any sympathy for the NFL.
Tim Tebow continues to make headlines because of his play in the minors, is it time for him to be called up? You'll be surprised who thinks it is.
And ESPN True Hoop writer, Rashad Mobley stops by to discuss why so many fans are in love with Boogie Cousins.
On this week's show, Armon finally gives us his Colin Kapernick take. And why, no matter how you feel about the player, we should all agree something is not adding up.
The Wizards signed John Wall to a massive extension this offseason, signaling that Wall is the team's franchise player. But is he the best "Wizard" of all-time? We discuss.
Plus, Usher is in the news for ALL the wrong reasons. We tell you why "Let it Burn" has a brand new meaning for the singer.
On this week's show Armon tells us why despite a long list of foolish behavior, Roger Goodell stole the show.
Adrian Broner & Daniel Cormier came up short this past Saturday, but its the completely different ways they went about it, that acts as a hard lesson for us all.
And Saadiq Abdul makes his monthly appearance to talk all things D.C. sports including Wall vs. Kyrie and the future of Kirk Cousins.
On this week's show, Armon discusses all of the chaos surrounding Kyrie Irving and Lebron James.
Monica McNutt stops by to weigh in on the drama in Cleveland, as well as her thoughts on HBO's hit show, "Insecure".
Plus Morality Police just took out Hugh Freeze, but Armon will tell you why Ole Miss was wrong.
On this week's episode, Armon wonders what is going on with Sammy Sosa & why no one is interested in talking about his fascinating story.
Redskins Insider for CSN Mid-Atlantic, JP Finlay joins us to breakdown all of the chaos regarding Kirk Cousins & the Burgundy & Gold.
Plus, love him or hate him, LaVar Ball has played this whole situation perfectly. And the more you rip him, the more his BBB brand continues to grow.
On this week's show Armon changes course on his feelings about NFL player's envy regarding other athlete's large contracts.
Wilson Tarpeh from My Mind on Sports" stops by to breakdown the NBA offseason.
Plus Winter is finally here. Find out what Armon needs to see happen in the last episodes of "Game of Thrones"
On this week's show CSN Mid-Atlantic's Wizards Insider, J. Michael joins me to discuss a wild free agency period, Otto Porter's worth. And the aftermath of a chaotic Jeff Horn-Manny Pacquiao fight.
Also, Sammy Watkins becomes the latest in a long list of NFL players who need to have a seat.
Plus, 538 made a list about the top "re-watchable" films. And naturally, they got it wrong. But don't fear, I fixed it.
On this week's show, Armon rejoices after Phil Jackson & the New York Knicks decide to part ways.
Also CSN's Wizards reporter, Chris Miller stops by to breakdown what the Wizards should do this offseason, as well as try to make sense of the wild offseason.
Plus Floyd Mayweather has done some awful things outside of the ring, but one thing he does quite well besides boxing, is turn really smart sports voices into hypocrites.
On this week's episode Armon has a few words for older players from past generations who think they'd easily dismantle the Golden State Warriors.
Also, Lebron James may get unfairly criticized for many things, but not this week. Find out what King James said that has Armon calling him out.
Plus Promoter and Sports analyst Saadiq Abdul re-joins the show to breakdown everything from LaVar Ball to Kevin Durant's legacy.
On this week's show Armon wrestles with his mind & heart over Kevin Durant's decision last offseason & how its affecting the NBA now & in the future.
Comedian Talib Babb stops by to give us his take on several of the week's hottest topics both in the sports world & out.
Plus whether we're talking about fake apologies from Bill Maher or excuses as to why Colin Kaepernick still isn't signed, we discuss why we as a society are so comfortable being lied to.
On this week's show Armon gives us one of his hottest takes: why you should ALWAYS hope your team signs a "lame" QB.
Also with the NBA season almost over, Armon asks for your help in trying to figure out how to fill that television void.
Plus Ivan Carter joins us to breakdown Lebron's legacy and how boxing has become its own worst enemy.
On this week's episode CSN Mid-Atlantic's Keely Diven joins us to discuss whether the Golden State Warriors are bad for the NBA
Also after another amazing performance from Terence Crawford, Armon gives out his first pound for pound list and discusses whether or not Bud should be atop the list.
And we've all been told to "embrace debate" but is it getting out of hand?
This week on "The Quarter-Lee Report" Armon breaks down why the McGregor vs Mayweather fight is not only a waste of time, but also your money.
Technology is moving quite fast, but for Elon Musk and others like him, we recommend watching some 80s Sci-Fi movies.
Plus John Wall has come under fire from one national pundit since his first game, but we in the DMV are truly the ones to blame for it.
On this week's show Armon is forced to do the unthinkable, tell you why LeBron is GREATER than M.J.
Also, the 2nd round of the NBA playoffs have been a dud, but Armon makes sure you remember who's exactly to blame.
And former Hoyas star Monica McNutt stops by to tackle LaVar Ball and Patrick Ewing's hire at Georgetown.
This week Armon discusses how Drew Pearson may be the key for the NFL to find their way back to having fun.
Chris Paul still hasn't reached the conference finals, but no, that doesn't mean he's overrated. We extinguish those hot takes.
Plus Ariel Agami stops by to break down last weekend's huge fight between Anthony Joshua and Wladimir Klitschko. Plus we preview Saturday's showdown between Canelo Alvarez and Julio Cesar Chavez Jr.
On this week's episode Armon previews the upcoming NFL draft with Mock Draft Guru Ben Standig
We also weigh in on why despite being the best boxer of his generation, Floyd Mayweather may have done just as much bad for his sport, as good.
Plus find out why parity in the NFL is the greatest myth the Devil has ever told.
On this week's "Quarter-Lee Report" Armon weighs in on the decreasing number of Blacks in baseball and why some of the reasons given are B.S.
Paul George is trying to be a leader, but going about in all the wrong ways.
And Livestream's Ian McCoy stops by to introduce the world to his brand new metric, that will help solve some of the best NBA debates.
On this week's show, Armon Lee addresses and solves the biggest problems in the NBA today: Tanking and shortening the NBA's regular season. All with one move!
Also Chris Miles stops by to preview the upcoming NBA Draft and tells us who he thinks should be league MVP.
Plus the "Fate of the Furious" would have looked a lot different had one man had a better "Rule" of thumb.
On the second edition of "The Quarter-Lee Report" Armon has an unexpected guest, who has him do the unthinkable, argue in FAVOR of Tony Romo's Hall of Fame candidacy.
Armon also takes aim at his least favorite Knick, and no, its not Carmelo Anthony.
Plus Travis Thomas stops by to weigh in on if Colin Kaepernick is being black-balled, and whether or not Vasyl Lomachenko is the best P4P boxer in the world.
This week Armon Lee breaks down the NBA's MVP race and why one man's legacy rests on James Harden's shoulders.
Lavar Ball gets introduced to one of "Martin" 's more memorable characters.
Armon goes one on one with WJXT's Brian Jackson
And Finally we breakdown Gennady Golovkin's dilemma.