Are the Spurs perennially more than the sum of their projected parts? Data analyst (and Spurs fan) Jacob Goldstein has answers for that question and more.
The recent retiree further confirms what we all suspected: Manu Ginobili is still the best.
A new era of basketball is underway in LA, and PtR was fortunate to have NBA TV analyst Sekou Smith help us preview the season’s first matchup between the Spurs and LeBron’s Lakers.
Watch Tony Parker and Ronny Turiaf join Diaw for his big announcement.
Michael C. Wright’s appearance with Tom Habestroh’s podcast shed light on the Kawhi Leonard situation
Spurs coach Gregg Popovich is notorious for being a reluctant and at times curmudgeonly interview subject. You get him on the right day though, and he can be as thoughtful and engaging as anyone. Tom Tolbert of KNBR 680 caught him on a good day.
In a candid interview with Le Figaro, a daily newspaper published in Paris and founded in 1826, Diaw talks about the FIBA World Cup, the absence of TP, his dream of seeing the 2015 European Championship in France, and his future with Les Bleus.
Here's an exclusive interview with Doris Burke, ABC's sideline reporter for the NBA Finals as well as a host of other commentating jobs, as she discusses her more than 20 years of experience as an NBA reporter, and shares what it's like to interview
He's quickly become one of the most talked about mascots in the NBA. Perhaps its his ability to terrify children, or his penchant for good whiskey, but Pierre the Pelican is becoming a household name. He sat down with PtR to answer some questions.
Dr. Andrea Duke touches on the issue of bullying within sport culture, and interviews former Spur Bruce Bowen to hear his perspective.
This Sunday, one of the most anticipated conclusions of recent television history will begin as the last eight episodes of Breaking Bad air over the next two months. In order to commemorate the event, J.R. Wilco talked with R.J. Mitte for half an
It's another episode of the Phil Naessens Show, and there is lots of basketball to discuss. Since the last podcast, three Finals games have happened and JRW & Phil talk about it all: the Dwyane Wade game (4) the Manu game (5) and the heartbreaker (6)
Since the last podcast, three Finals games have happened, and JRW and Phil talk about it all: Tony Parker's incredible shot in Game 1, Miami's huge win in Game 2, and the San Antonio's even bigger win in Game 3. Also, who's in LeBron James' head?