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Aired 10 months ago 69:48
02/21: Zion Williamson's knee injury was not as bad as initially feared, but it nevertheless ignited a national debate
Zion Williamson's shoe-busting, knee-spraining spectacle less than a minute into the UNC game was the perfect storm of content creation for national discourse about Zion, Duke, the amateurism model and the NBA. But Parrish and Norlander do their best to cut through the obviousness and get to the things you might not have heard addressed. But also: Parrish got into a Twitter spat with Trae Young (23:00)! The guys also get into Norlander's powerful story about LSU succeeding despite losing a player to murder in the preseason (35:45) and wrap with a preview of six big games (42:05): Virginia-Louisville; Tennessee-LSU; Florida State-UNC; Duke-Syracuse; Kansas-Texas Tech; and Michigan State-Michigan. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Aired 8 months ago 19:50
32 - How to Stay Motivated in Your Online Work
These tips are not so much about productivity but more about keeping the honeymoon going with your online business. It is a marathon, not a sprint and you need to have fun and stay creative to help your e-business be sustainable over time. I share some tips that I do and also share tips from some wonderful active bloggers. Show notes and resources are at DigitallySassy.com.
Aired 9 months ago 63:42
The Devin Booker Super Bloom, The Loss of Nurkic in Portland, Lottery Reform One Year Later
On today's show Andrew Sharp and Ben Golliver begin by noting the parallels between the California super bloom and the annual March tradition of gigantic Devin Booker games in the midst of meaningless Phoenix Suns losses. Topics include: How do we explain the lack of progress in Phoenix? Could Booker be more valuable in a different context? And what will Ben do when YouTube mixtapes drive him from journalism? Then (25:00): What's the best round to face the Warriors this spring? Does player empowerment hurt the reputation of any superstar who tries to exercise those powers? From there (40:00): Looking back at the Nurkic injury, the awful timing of Tuesday's podcast, the excellent season Nurkic had this year, and an uncertain future in Portland. At the end (50:00): the case for Zion in Atlanta, and a closer look at the various objectives of the NBA's lottery reform as the league awaits the most dramatic lottery in a decade.