Jemele Hill / Sports and White Supremacy

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This second half of Hardwood & Endzones, Sean continue our conversation about the hiprocracy in sports and the way white supremacy is carried out covertly or intentionally.  Not that this has not been going on but Thanks to our love for Jemele we had to have a segment on her controversial Tweet.  You have to find humor when things seem so bleak.  

NFL Bias and boycotting

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This special episode Sean and I are here at the Welcome to the wall studio with the WTTW members as well as Seyi Omanira from the "Unemployed Sports report" podcast.  We do a round table about the the treatment of Colin Kapernick, the ignorance of the NFL owners and commissioner.  As well as some very stupid players like Ezekiel Elliot the running back for the Da;;as Cowboys.  Lively discussion and entertaining analogies. 

NBA Draft, Potential trades and So called NBA Awards

We get the team together to talk draft and how once again the brilliant Seyi Omanira predicted the top 5-6 picks of the draft as we sat in awe.  Trades were the most animated discussion when we discussed the state of the NBA with the Super Team GS Warriors destined to win the next 3 championships.  

We end with the televised Award show that brought nothing to the conversation other than how late it was to present the seasons top players, coaches and miscellaneous fill in awards

The Finality of the NBA Finals 2017 and NBA Draft

Today we complete our NBA Finals and wrap it up by giving praise to the almighty Seyi Omonira who predicted the outcome all along.  We speak to the contributions from the Cav's as well as some of the reactions of the Warriors even after they won as well as the Greatness of Lebron James.

Also as a preview to things to come.  We look at a few early trades and talk to our resident expert about the NBA draft and what impact it will bring to the upcoming season, or perhaps in the next few years.  

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NBA Championship 2017 (GS vs. Cleveland)

This episode, Sean and I are joined once again by Seyi Omonira from the podcast the Unemployed Sports report. We talk about the upcoming NBA finals match up, as well as discussing and debating players, teams and coaches during our session. As always we wonder off into some opinions on school, video games and rant sessions on just about anything.    You should enjoy this lively session. 

NBA Conference finals recap 2017

This episode, Sean and I are joined by Chet from our previous Podcast "Sneakers" as we talk about the completion of the second round of the NBA playoffs and the this upcoming games in the conference finals.   Again more lively Discussions on the typical collapses of teams that can't get over the hump.  Also Our change in picks based on the winners and shaking our heads at the losers.

2017 NBA playoffs 2nd round

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This episode, Sean and I are joined by Seyi Omonira from the podcast the Unemployed Sports report. We talk about the second round of the NBA playoffs and the results from the first round games.  We discuss and debate players, teams and coaches during our session and at the same time.  Discuss few of the typical collapses of teams that can't get over the hump.  Also Our change in picks based on the winners and shaking our heads at the losers.  You should enjoy this lively session.  

Starting the NBA playoffs 2017

This episode, Sean and I talk about the NBA playoffs and the newer players and teams in the playoffs this year.  Sean helps me with my struggle with these new players and teams that are coming together to challange the top teams in the league.  We also get into some opinionated assessments of players, coaches and the league.

NBA trades and the NBA championship

This episode we take a break from music and talk the NBA.  The KD signing, the impact to him and the Golden state Warriors.  Lebron James and the NBA as a whole based on these changes in the league.  Sean joins me to discuss these topics and opinions on this rainy 4th of July.

NBA TALK

NBA TALK