The Ringer's Tate Frazier and Mark Titus talk offseason news; they then highlight undecided five-star recruits (1:00), ask whether we'll see the first "none and done" player (13:25), examine the latest transfer trends (16:31), discuss the future of NCAA basketball coverage (24:20), and ponder whether Gordon Hayward is clutch (33:53).
‘T’d Up’ — Transfers, the Inaugural None-and-Done, and the Future of Basketball Coverage
Tate and Mark talk offseason news, then highlight undecided five-star recruits, ask whether we'll see the first "none and done" player, and examine the latest transfer trends
Plus, Ben Solak on scouting Eberflus’s system and what his hiring means for Justin Fields’s development
Plus, Joe Benigno makes championship weekend picks and Yahoo Sportsbook’s Ariel Epstein talks best prop bets
Plus, the 10-year anniversary of ‘The Watch’ with David Jacoby
Nathaniel Hackett is the new boss in Denver. Matt Eberflus is the guy in Chicago. And Byron Leftwich will take over in Jacksonville … maybe. The coaching carousel has begun to spin.
Sean and Amanda discuss Writers Guild and Producers Guild nominations
A Cavs Party, Brooklyn in Limbo, and Million-Dollar Playoff Picks With Brian Windhorst and Peter Schrager
Plus, checking in on the Ben Simmons situation in Philadelphia leading up to next month’s trade deadline