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Hoops talk brought to you by Jesse Williams and Stefan Marolachakis. Talking shop about basketball, art, and life with a cast of special guests.

Customer Reviews

Best basketball podcast!

This podcast is fire! Entertaining and informative. Hosts have very good on-air chemistry.

ADHD Basketball Podcast

If you don't particularly like basketball, and enjoy listening to two guys with a severe case of ADHD... this is the podcast for you! I'm a certified basketball junky and subscribe to literally any basketball podcast that is even marginally listenable, this one is is going back into the podcast store. The 2 stars is for the sound quality and obvious professional production. If they get a good guest interview, I'll go track that down to just hear the guest. I just can't listen to these two guys.

In case anyone is actually reading these reviews as a way to decide whether you will like this podcast... I'm the guy who gets excited for the Dunc'd on podcast releases their 3 hour summer league prospect podcast, and get even more excited when I find out that was only part 1 of 2 episodes on the prospect breakdowns.

If you are into basketball minutiae, and like to take deep dives into the game, this ain't for you. If you like the idea of basketball, but are more interested in sprawling and unfocused thoughts of two guys who are obsessed with how Barkevious Mingo and his brother Hughtavious got their names... you came to the right place!

Too bad

You guys were recommended from another podcast and I was enjoying you until politics were mentioned. That's too bad that you can't keep those two worlds separate. I know that when I enjoyed watching Magic Johnson orchestrate a game or enjoyed a good Ozzy Osborne song, I turned off the part of my brain that knows the personal depravity in those peoples lives. I separate the professional from the personal. You might consider doing the same in your sports talk. No hard feelings. Good luck, but I'm out.

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