Click to subscribe via RSS feed or iTunes. Nate and Danny look at their favorite, and the most effective, signature moves in the NBA, and also rank our least-favorite moves. Then a scouting report on USC big man Onyeka Okongwu, who some have called a sleeper for best big in the draft. Do we agree?
Covid Daily News: South Asia; How American Attitudes are Changing; How Much Are Jails Seeding Outbreaks
Ben opines on the Missouri Great Clips. A long look at the state of the outbreak in Pakistan, India, and Saudi Arabia. We look at how American attitudes regarding the virus are changing in recent weeks and what this means for an outbreak that is not yet contained. A study estimates that the cycling of
Click to subscribe via RSS feed or iTunes. Answering listener questions on all 15 teams in the West, plus a look at all the latest details on the NBA’s return. With host Nate Duncan (@NateDuncanNBA). And if you like this pod, please donate to support Nate and Danny at Patreon.com/DuncanLeroux. Merchandise available at NateDuncanNBA.com.
COVID Daily News: People Aren’t Using Masks; Estimating Protest Transmission; US Job Losses Better Than Expected
A discussion of two issues Nate hasn’t seen discussed in the larger conservation on police brutality. A number of reports indicating that people are not using masks, despite increasing evidence of how well they work. A look at an analysis by Trevor Bedford of how much transmission is being seeded by protests and the murky
The early reporting of countermeasures in Las Vegas casinos. Are deaths of despair up? Africa’s overlooked coronavirus successes. PPP reform. If you want to support this ad-free show please join Nate’s Patreon, Patreon.com/DuncanLeroux. Articles and studies cited on the show Las Vegas casinos welcoming guests after long shutdown Don’t use ‘deaths of despair’ as rationale
We take a look at how the devastation of COVID19 has contributed to the current protest environment. What does all-cause mortality data say, how bad is the undercounting of deaths in the US? A detailed look at the epidemic in Brazil, Mexico, and Peru. How bad is the data there, and is Latin America the
Click to subscribe via RSS feed or iTunes. Grading the NBA’s return to play on safety, entertainment, fairness, and money. Then a Twitter mailbag, including why free agents sign in the West, which teams will improve and decline the most next year, which team fighting for the playoffs in the West is the best team,
Click to subscribe via RSS feed or iTunes. A look back at the on-court moments that changed NBA history the most this century. Nate and Danny go through them in chronological order over the last 20 years and finally pick the moments that most affected the futures of teams and players. With host Nate Duncan
A number of listeners asked for our opinion on how demonstrations might affect the spread of COVID19. Also a link to Nate’s wife’s donation-based yoga class to benefit the NAACP Legal Defense Fund. A new outbreak of over 100 cases in an Israeli school, plus reports of other school-based transmission, shed some doubt on the
COVID Daily News: More Showing Masks Really Work; Farms Next Hotspots; More Evidence on Singing, Kids, and Surfaces
Two hairstylists had COVID19, how many patients did they pass it on to? Migrant workers on farms are the next potential superspreading hotspots. CDC bows to political pressure and changes recommendations on singing in religious environments. An Irish study claims “no evidence” of transmission by children, how much can it be relied on? Additional evidence