NBA.com's Hang Time Podcast
By NBA Digital
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NBA news, analysis and commentary from the staff at NBA.com. Sekou Smith hosts the weekly podcast with Rick Fox and Lang Whitaker, featuring guests from all around the league and the people who cover it.
||Hang Time Podcast (Episode 218) Featuring Marc J. Spears||Lucky, huh? How foolish that word sounds now in regards to the Golden State Warriors, the reigning NBA champs and the team that has begun this season on a historic roll, their 16-0 start the best in NBA history. And they're not done. They could very well||11/25/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Hang Time Podcast (Episode 217) Featuring Scott Howard-Cooper||From Karl-Anthony Towns to Jahlil Okafor to Kristaps Porzingis and Justise Winslow and Stanley Johnson, the NBA's rookie class of 2015-16 is well ahead of the curve. They don't look at all overwhelmed by the moment and to a (young) man, they appear, at le||11/18/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Hang Time Podcast (Episode 216) Featuring Khalid Salaam||HANG TIME BIG CITY — We are just days into the new season, but already some things look like they haven’t changed. The Atlanta Hawks? Still winning. The Philadelphia 76ers? Still rebuilding. Kobe Bryant? Still getting up shots. The New York Ci||11/11/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Hang Time Podcast (Episode 215) Featuring Craig Sager||The flashy suits. The sideline interviews. The insight only a true insider brings. It's all back on TNT this season in the form of the legendary Craig Sager, whose triumphant return to TNT broadcasts comes after his courageous battle against leukemia. Sag||11/4/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Hang Time Podcast (Episode 214) Featuring Jamal Crawford||The Golden State Warriors got their rings. The Cleveland Cavaliers are on a four-game losing streak, dating back to The Finals. And the chase for the Larry O'Brien Trophy is on again with the start of the 2015-16 NBA season. We get you ready for the grind||10/28/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Hang Time Podcast (Episode 213): The Road Trip Recap||After eight wild days in California, from the Bay Area to LA and several stops between, the Hang Time Podcast crew has officially completed this season's Road Trip (Part 2). The Warriors, Lakers and Clippers are all covered. We even dropped in on a few Ho||10/21/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Hang Time Podcast (Episode 212) Featuring Brett Dawson||The connective tissue from one crop of Kentucky players entering the NBA to the next is a study in a system that has changed the face of college basketball and, to a large extent, the NBA. This run of college-stars-turned-NBA rookies under John Calipari i||10/7/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Hang Time Podcast (Episode 211) Featuring K.C. Johnson and Marc D’Amico||Derrick Rose is injured again, this time a broken orbital bone will sideline the Chicago Bulls point guard and hometown star. It's the latest setback in an injury-plagued stretch -- Rose has played in just 100 regular season games since winning the KIA MV||9/30/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
Broader coverage, please
I just started listening to this podcast. I like the banter and the perspectives, but I really thought the guys would cover more teams than they do. The most recent podcast was mostly about the Knicks, Lakers and the Heat. It's really a disservice to the league and the fans that the podcasters don't dig into more teams. Only passing mentions at the "quarter pole" to dominating teams like the Grizzlies, Thunder and the Spurs; or why the Nuggets are struggling. The Sixers. The Jazz. Even the Warriors (my team) got very superficial analysis, indicating that the commentators aren't paying very much attention. C'mon guys. Be better than the national media, look past the so-called super-powers and explore the breadth and depth of the league. It would make the podcast a lot more interesting and engaging. Thanks.
Love Sekou and Vinces arguments. Neither are afraid to show their opinions and have a great up an coming podcast here.
Solid as always, more episodes please!
I've been listening to the show for about a year and a half or so. While the audio is occasionally not the best since the hosts are basically teleconferencing from different cities, the content is great. The addition if Rick Fox has been awesome this year. All three offer great insight but it is always cool to hear it from a guy who has been there firsthand. Good job guys but it would be so much better to maybe do the show twice a week, that is the advantage other hoops podcasts have.