Logan and Raja first get into JJ Redick’s complaints about the Pelicans front office trading him to the Dallas Mavericks instead of the Brooklyn Nets (0:25), and the power that the media has in shaping narratives around players and shaping young players’ careers (7:40). Then Greg Monroe joins Logan and Raja from a practice facility in Miami as he tries to make his way back to the NBA during a global pandemic (19:25). He talks about growing up in New Orleans, going to Georgetown (26:35), playing with Giannis in Milwaukee (43:18), and a whole lot more!
Greg Monroe on Getting Back Into the NBA During a Pandemic
Plus, discussing JJ Redick’s comments on being traded to the Mavericks
As the Chiefs’ offensive line showed last year, it is possible to turn a weakness into a strength in just one offseason. Did these teams manage the same this spring?
‘Better Call Saul’ Paces Itself. Plus, Will ‘Conversations With Friends’ Take Off Like ‘Normal People’ Did?
Chris and Andy discuss the latest episode of the AMC series and the new Sally Rooney adaptation
The crew revisits the Steven Spielberg classic
Bloomberg’s Lucas Shaw joins to discuss the current state of network television
Heading into the midseason finale, Kim Wexler’s fate is still uncertain—and trying to predict her probable downfall is more agonizing than ever
The Turner Sports and Bleacher Report host discusses his media career and the NBA postseason