Tag: nba

Sports Inquirer Show 66 (Atlanta United, Pity Martinez/Frank de Boer relationship, NBA, Wimbledon recap) (7.16.19) #sportsinquirer #atlutd #uniteandconquer #nbafreeagency #wimbledon

In this edition of The Sports Inquirer Show, we discuss:

-An extended Offside Trap particularly Atlanta United’s home win over Saint Louis FC in the US Open Cup with audio from Frank de Boer and Emerson Hyndman as well as the fallout of Pity Martinez’s interview with the Argentinian media about his role with the team and relationship with de Boer (8:00-25:00)

-Atlanta’s road loss to Seattle particularly the team’s defensive struggles, season-ending injury to Brek Shea and yellow card bookings of Franco Escobar and Miles Robinson with audio from Brad Guzan and de Boer (25:00-39:00)

-Atlanta’s upcoming home match against Houston with audio from Julian Gressel and de Boer (39:00-46:00)

-NBA transactions including Kawhi Leonard’s contract with the Los Angeles Clippers and the trade of Russell Westbrook from the Oklahoma City Thunder to the Houston Rockets for Chris Paul in the Stagger Screen (46:00-62:00)

-The brilliance of the Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer men’s final at Wimbledon and how them alongside Rafa Nadal have revolutionized tennis and elevated the sport for the older player (62:00-83:00)

Sports Inquirer Show 66 (7.16.19)

The Sports Inquirer Presents: Stagger Screen Podcast 4 (6.21.19) #sportsinquirer #staggerscreen #nbadraft #nbadraft2019 #zion #atlhawks

In this edition of The Stagger Screen Podcast, we discuss:

-The 2019 NBA Draft particularly the fates of Zion Williamson, Ja Morant and RJ Barrett with rebuilding organizations, the Atlanta Hawks’ movement during the night with audio from Cam Reddish and general manager Travis Schlenk, the confusion of announced trades and draftees not wearing future teams’ hats, the evolution of the Draft’s television presentation and the impact its had on the newest generation of draftees. (4:00-46:00)

-The upcoming free agency period with speculation of where Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving, Klay Thompson, Kemba Walker, Jimmy Butler and others my head as well as the Anthony Davis trade to the Los Angeles Lakers. (46:00-53:00)

The Sports Inquirer Presents: Stagger Screen Podcast 4 (6.21.19)

Backdoor Cut: Atlanta Hawks Travis Schlenk post-NBA Draft presser (6.20.19) #sportsinquirer #nbadraft #nbadraft2019 #atlhawks

The Sports Inquirer attended the presser of Atlanta Hawks general manager Travis Schlenk during his team’s participation in the NBA Draft on June 20. Topics included the selection of Cam Reddish in the first round, the team’s incorporation of Reddish into the young core which includes Trae Young and John Collins, the incumbent acquisition of De’Andre Hunter, building of the team through the past three drafts and the usage/value of second round picks.