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NBA A to Z with Sam Amick and Jeff Zillgitt


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Sam Amick and Jeff Zillgitt, two of the best and most respected journalists covering the NBA for the USA TODAY Network, get fans inside the game with this weekly podcast series, NBA A to Z. On each show, you will hear about what’s going on behind the scenes about the league and your favorite teams. Sam and Jeff interview the top people in the game – players, coaches, executives – to give you more of the story. They also break down the league, discussing who’s hot and who’s not, what trends you should be aware of and answer your questions.

Customer Reviews

It could be better, Kevin

This podcast has a lot of potential, but it's pretty hard to listen to at this point. I agree with the clicking sounds and uneven audio quality the others have mentioned. However, the one sticking point for me is the amount of times Jeff Zillgitt says the name "Kevin." Saying the name of the person to whom you are talking in a conversation every once in a while is fine, but there's really no reason to do it in a podcast when you are supposed to be speaking to a lot of people at once. But the real problem is the pure number of times Zillgett adds the word "Kevin" to his sentences. He says the name in nearly every sentence he utters and sometimes he says it twice within a sentence. That makes it really, really difficult to listen to this podcast.


There are several NBA podcasts that are better

Good info, bad audio

Love the effort and analysis in this podcast. The audio desperately need to be fixed. Levels are all different to where I'm constantly changing my volume. If this gets addressed I'd give 5 stars.