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Description

This is The Decision: The podcast where people try to convince host Alex Kapelman to finally abandon The Knicks, and become a fan of their favorite team. The Decision is produced by Alex Kapelman. Original music from Louis Stein, Alessio Romano, and Scott Kapelman. There will be five new episodes of the show every weekday until Tuesday, October 17, when the final episode will be released. Until then, follow Alex on Twitter at twitter.com/alexkapelman.

Customer Reviews

Great premise

I really enjoyed the idea behind this show. I do not watch the NBA but have in decades past so I could easily follow the discussions. I was disappointed by some of the guest “fans” lack of knowledge of their teams. Also Alex needs to work on saying “like” less, it became distracting.

Wonderful

Alex is smart and funny. This isn't just about basketball, but about memories and growing up and what sports mean to us and what it means to be a fan and why we love what we love. It's so fun but also thought provoking.

Dope sports show that's not really about sports

Amazing stuff across the 35 episodes here, probing why people become fans or stay fans of teams, or really anything. Entertaining and engaging, though I can't support the team he ultimately picks... But listen and see if you agree!

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