Tagged steve kerr

BbA 11: What We Still Want from ‘The Last Dance’

In this 11th episode of TBW’s Basketball by Association podcast, Arky Shea and Joel C. Cordes are joined by Brandon Jefferson to break down what they still want from ESPN’s landmark documentary The Last Dance’. Fueled by Brandon’s “The Last Dance Roundtable: Episodes 1-4”, the guys first discuss what has gone so well already for the retelling of the…

Share

‘The Last Dance’ Roundtable: Episodes 1-4

There has been a noticeable lack in must-watch television for sports enthusiasts with the NBA season still suspended (along with all professional sports). Like the rest of the world, TBW media has been locked in on ESPN’s The Last Dance—a 10-part documentary airing two episodes a week starting at 9 PM EST—as we strive to continually…

Share

3 Things ‘The Last Dance’ Hasn’t Told You (Yet?)

One of the reasons The Last Dance has been so widely anticipated is the never-before-seen video content that was promised. Just two episodes in, there is still a lot to be shown from the culmination of the Chicago Bulls’ second Three-Peat, but while some of the information that has already been revealed, other parts have…

Share

D’Angelo Russell Doesn’t Fit In Golden State. Does it Matter?

After Klay Thompson’s knee crumbled in Game 6 of the NBA Finals, the Golden State Warriors’ blueprint for next season seemed clear. Already down Kevin Durant and now devoid of the team’s only other shooter beyond Steph Curry, Coach Steve Kerr would tilt his vaunted offense away from the cutesy split-screens and constant motion, and…

Share

PODCAST: NBA Finals Game 3 Preview & Offseason Chatter

In this episode of The NBA Podcast, Morten Jensen (@msjnba) and Bryan Toporek (@btoporek) discuss Game 2 of the 2019 NBA Finals, preview Game 3 and walk through the latest offseason chatter. Should the Golden State Warriors hold Klay Thompson out of Game 3 to avoid any setbacks with his hamstring injury? Who will take…

Share

Warriors’ Depth Issues Expose Big Four Model Flaws

The #StrengthInNumbers Golden State Warriors, these are not. The Dubs did everything in their power during Game 1 of the 2019 NBA Finals to stifle Toronto Raptors superstar Kawhi Leonard. They sent frequent double-teams at him and blitzed on pick-and-rolls, daring the Raptors’ supporting cast to beat them. Pascal Siakam (32 points on 14-of-17 shooting),…

Share