Curtis Harris (@ProHoopsHistory) on the Historical Legacy of Moses Malone

After spending the last month watching Moses Malone and crafting my video breakdown of his game, Curtis Harris, the creator of the incredible Pro Hoops History Newsletter and an official Philadelphia 76ers History Consultant, came on the show to talk about Malone the player, the person and all things basketball history.

The New York Knicks experience with Victor Kim

Being a New York Knicks fan is hard, something that my good friend Victor Kim knows all too well. He hopped on the pod today to talk about how the team fared in 2020, what changes they need to make going forward and his whole experience as a fan of the decrepit franchise for the …

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My #1 Favorite Ohio State Buckeye: Ryan Shazier

Career Statistic Resume: 317 total tackles, 45.5 tackles for loss, 15 sacks, five fumbles forced, one interception (a pick-six), five pass deflections, one punt blocked, 2013 first-team all-American I spent way too much of my time internally debating how I would place each of the players on this list. There were hour-long sessions where I just sat …

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My Top Ten Favorite Ohio State Buckeyes: #2 Ezekiel Elliott

Career Statistic Resume: 3,961 rushing yards, 43 TD, 6.7 yards per-carry, 58 receptions, 449 yards, 1 TD, 2015 Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year, 2015 AP second-team all-American, 2015 Sugar Bowl and National Champion MVP Nicknames: Zeke, Hero in a half-shirt Most of the time, transcendent talent is apparent right away. Michael Jordan came into the …

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Seven on the Sixers: Hello Darkness my Relatively Recent Friend

Remember that little bit of momentum the Sixers had going into the all-star break following the win over the Clippers? Well, that momentum has effectively fallen off a cliff while simultaneously catching on fire and exploding in all of our faces. It doesn't even matter the team is 3-2 since the break. They lost the …

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