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.
||CleanHang Time Podcast (Episode 236) Featuring Dan Woike||The Clippers' curse. Is it real or imagined? The believers have all the proof they need after the Clippers lost Blake Griffin (quad) and Chris Paul (broken hand), their two best players, on the same night. That's right, no Griffin or Paul for the remainde||4/27/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanHang Time Podcast (Episode 235) Playoff Time!||It's playoff time in the NBA. But we all have to pause for a moment to recognize the passing of a true genius, legend and hoops fans in Prince Rogers Nelson, who influenced generations with his artistry and musical magnificence. We celebrate Prince and ta||4/21/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanHang Time Podcast (Episode 233) Featuring Marvin Williams||Times couldn't be better for Charlotte Hornets forward Marvin Williams. His Hornets are in the midst of a second-half playoff push and his North Carolina Tar Heels are back in the Final Four chasing another championship. It brings back great memories for||3/30/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanHang Time Podcast (Episode 232) Featuring Jerry Stackhouse||While the Cleveland Cavaliers are busy trying to figure out who and what LeBron James wants them to be, the Toronto Raptors are giving chase for that No. 1 spot in the Eastern Conference standings. Raptors assistant coach and 18-year NBA veteran Jerry Sta||3/23/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanHang Time Podcast (Episode 231) Featuring D’Angelo Russell||D'Angelo Russell's LA story is in the infant stages, the ink is barely dry on the first page. If things go according to his plan, few people will remember his humbling start. And that's exactly the way Russell wants it, now that he's spread his rookie win||3/15/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanHang Time Podcast (Episode 230) Featuring J.J. Redick||The Los Angeles Clippers remain, at least in our view, the most intriguing team in the NBA that doesn't reside in Oakland. They have all the makings of a true contender. They have an elite coach in Doc Rivers. A top-five point guard in Chris Paul. Another||3/9/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanHang Time Podcast (Episode 229) Featuring Draymond Green||Stephen Curry is the leader of the pack in more ways than we can count these days. He's the frontrunner for the KIA MVP, which would make it his second straight, leading the Golden State Warriors on an historic chase for 73 (or more) wins and revolutioniz||3/2/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanHang Time Podcast (Episode 228) Featuring Klay Thompson and Arash Markazi||Klay Thompson and the Golden State Warriors are not intimidated by history. They know full well what lies ahead of them during the stretch run of this NBA regular season. If they continue on their current, torrid pace, they could supplant the 1995-96 Chic||2/24/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanHang Time Podcast (Episode 227) Featuring Tyronn Lue and Fred McLeod||With a stellar All-Star Weekend behind us and the NBA trade deadline upon us, it's time to look forward to the stretch run of the season. And in the Eastern Conference, all eyes are on the Cleveland Cavaliers (and new coach Tyronn Lue) as they try to get||2/17/2016||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.