Brennan and James deal with the Death Days of sports by talking about their favorite sports memories of all time.
In part two of Episode 21, Brennan and James start off by answering a pair of Kacie’s Corner questions that involve being raised by wolves as well as 80’s music’s influence on a younger generation, followed by their thoughts and reviews on the long-awaited Incredibles 2 (12:50), topped off by the boys respectively ranking their top Pixar movies, as well as the movies that make them cry the most (22:06).
For part one of Episode 21, Brennan and James debate topics around the NBA draft and the end-of-season NBA awards. Topics include Michael Porter Jr.’s slide to the #14 selection, his future, and the Nuggets’ future (7:10), the Suns’ draft including #1 overall pick DeAndre Ayton and a bold trade for two-time NCAA Champion Mikal Bridges (17:00), the controversy surrounding Euro-superstar Luka Doncic (32:22), the ever-lasting debate over the Rookie of the Year award (39:25), and the legitimacy of current and past MVP awards (49:10).
Brennan and James welcome friend and basketball junkie Noah Borgmann to the podcast to talk about the upcoming and highly anticipated NBA draft.
Brennan and James dive into the NBA Finals, Kevin Durant’s recent comments, and Kobe Bryant’s criticism of LeBron James (7:20); a round of Kacie’s corner including debate around a fixed NBA (28:19); and Kanye West and Kid Cudi’s new album “Kids See Ghosts” (40:04).
Brennan and James welcome in their brethren, Stanton and Liam, for a four-faced fraternity fiesta of a podcast special centered around “Solo: A Star Wars Story” and “Deadpool 2.” Get your popcorn ready.
Brennan and James give their takes on the NBA Finals through games one and two of the series (4:37), a couple questions in a segment of Kacie’s Corner (28:35), Pusha T’s new album “Daytona” as well as his beef with Drake (37:54), and Kanye’s new album “Ye” (56:22).