Michael and I present to you our Big Boards - the prospects as we see them - and fully expect mountains of vitriol to be heaped upon us. You hear us Lillardians? We are not afraid of you!!! We close with a few potential trades that seem to be out there (Deng or Noah or Houston's picks) a
Michael and I talk about the big trade that sent Okafor and Ariza to the Wizards and what it means for the Hornets, short and long term, and if it impacts their draft at all. Exciting times in the NO.
Michael and I talk about trades involving the tenth pick. What we want in return for it, what picks we could get for players like J-Smitty and Ayon, and what sort of players will be available later in the first round. 8 Days until the draft!
Michael and I are joined by Mike Schmitz of DratExpress.com and ESPN Truehoop's Valley of the Suns to talk about the prospects the Hornets could be picking at number 10. if you haven't seen his work - go check it out. Then, afterwards, we discuss Michael's suggestion of CP3 returning - who to
Michael and I talk about how the front office won't say they are taking Anthony Davis - and then we talk about all the people they could possibly take at 10. Michael gets heated about Kendall Marshall and Austin Rivers, and I still have a man-crush on Sullinger but have a a few other guys I wo
Michael and I react giddily to the news the Hornets won the first pick of the NBA Draft and the rights to draft Anthony Davis out of Kentucky. He's a Gamechanger, folks. We talk all kinds of impacts. New Owners, New Star, possible new Name. Pack the hive and show the rest of the NB
Ryan and Michael talk Eric Gordon. Lots of Eric Gordon. They talk his trade value, his injury history and what it might mean, they trade him, they don't trade him, he signs for millions or just the qualifying offer. They try to predict where he'll be next year. If Eric Gordon
Special Guest David Thorpe - NBA trainer, coach, and writer from ESPN.com - joins Michael and I to talk the young players on this team - what they need to do to grow, what they should and can focus on, and talks other young guys in the draft. He also seems to proscribe a trip to France to lose
With a good eight members of the fourteen lottery slots in this comnig draft likely to be filled by players from Kentucky and UNC, Michael arranged for bloggers covering those teams to come on and walk us through each of those potential lottery picks and their strengths and weaknesses. Our first gue
Michael and I record a two-part podcast for your listening pleasure. In part 2, we roleplay. Michael is Dell Demps, I am Monty Williams. We decide which players should go and which should stay after talking about each of the players in depth.