This week on The Void, The Ringer’s Kevin O’Connor takes a look at the development of Oklahoma City Thunder guard Luguentz Dort. Dort earned his reputation as a James Harden stopper during the 2020 NBA playoffs, but this season he’s showing that he can also contribute on the offensive side of the floor. Kevin breaks down how Dort has elevated his game with improved 3-point shooting, better dribble drive ability, and more patient ballhandling.
Lu Dort Is More Than Just a Defensive Specialist
Kevin breaks down how Dort has elevated his game with improved 3-point shooting, better dribble drive ability, and more patient ballhandling
Plus, Nick Swisher on Every Kid Sports and his connection to card collecting
The Alien from France, Plus Million-Dollar Picks, Bad QBs, and the Sneaky-Scary Niners With Peter Schrager and Ben Solak
The guys also talk bad QB play, the Rams’ slump, and San Francisco’s impressive defense
Johnny Bananas and TJ discuss the background of the show and previously unseen footage from the past 24 years of production
Kevin Holland’s Shocking Super-Duper Return, Bo Nickal’s Budding Superstardom, and Uriah Hall vs. … Le’Veon Bell?
Plus, the guys discuss the significance of Aspen Ladd signing with PFL and this weekend’s Glory Kickboxing fight between legends Alistair Overeem and Badr Hari
Dan McQuade of Defector.com joins Sheil to reminisce about the good ole days when the Phillies had their postseason runs in the ’90s and 2000s and discuss whether this current team can make a run even after the team’s 11-year playoff absence came to an end