Podcast Archive

15 in 60 Mailbag! (Western Conference 12.31.18)

Listen to “15 in 60 Mailbag! (Western Conference 12.31.18)” on Spreaker. Click to subscribe via RSS feed or iTunes. A special mailbag look at the 15 teams in the Western Conference in alphabetical order from Dallas to Utah. Timestamps: DAL = 0:00-9:00 DEN = 9:00-17:15 GSW = 17:15-29:30 HOU = 29:30-36:00 LAC = 36:00-43:40 LAL= 43:40-51:00 MEM

The Christmas Games 2018

Listen to “The Christmas Games 2018” on Spreaker. Click to subscribe via RSS feed or iTunes. A deep dive on the game of the day, PHI/BOS, then a look at the Lakers’ domination of the Warriors and Golden State’s issues, Houston taking care of OKC and the skill that James Harden might be the best at in

Top-10 Prospects in the NBA 2018

Listen to “Top-10 Prospects in the NBA 2018” on Spreaker. Click to subscribe via RSS feed or iTunes. In one of our favorite episodes of the year, we pick our top-10 prospects in the NBA, honorable mentions, players to watch, and even address why certain popular players may not make the cut. With host Nate Duncan (@NateDuncanNBA).

15 in 60 Part 2, ATL-DET (Eastern Conference 12.19.18)

Listen to “15 in 60 Part 2, ATL-DET (Eastern Conference 12.19.18)” on Spreaker. Click to subscribe via RSS feed or iTunes. A look at the last 2+ weeks for teams in the Eastern Conference, in reverse alphabetical order from DET to ATL. With host Nate Duncan (@NateDuncanNBA).  And if you like this pod, please donate to support Nate and

Brooks Wasn’t Here, WAS/PHX Trade, East 15 in 60 Part 1

Listen to “Brooks Wasn’t Here, WAS/PHX Trade, East 15 in 60 Part 1” on Spreaker. Click to subscribe via RSS feed or iTunes. We break down the failed Memphis/Phoenix/Washington trade, and then discuss what the move of Ariza to Washington and Oubre to Phoenix will do for their respective teams, plus ponder what other deals may have

Shooting Guard Rankings 2018-19

Listen to “Shooting Guard Rankings 2018-19” on Spreaker. Click to subscribe via RSS feed or iTunes. Nate and Danny organize the league’s shooting guards into tiers and rank the top 40 or so shooting guards in the NBA. How do we compare offensive specialists, 3-and-D aces, and the rest of a very diverse shooting guard crop? With