Anita Marks reacts to all the news in NYC this week with Harden going to the Nets, Robert Saleh joining the Jets and the Yankees signing DJ LeMahieu on 98.7 ESPN. Plus, ESPN's Bill Barnwell joins to preview the NFL Divisional Round slate.
Dave reacts to a busy sports weekend on 98.7 ESPN. DJ LeMahieu is back with the Yankees. Robert Saleh is the head coach of the Jets. Harden joins the Nets. And the NFL Divisional Round kicks off.
— Andre Drummond tied his career high with 33 points and grabbed 23 rebounds, and Cedi Osman scored 25 points in leading the Cleveland Cavaliers to a 106-103 win over the New York Knicks on Friday night.
— Kevin Durant scored 26 points as the solo superstar before soon centering a Big Three, leading the Brooklyn Nets, short-handed after agreeing to a trade for James Harden, to a 116-109 victory over the New York Knicks on Wednesday night.
— Gordon Hayward scored 34 points and the Charlotte Hornets beat the New York Knicks 109-88 on Monday night for their fourth straight win.
This week on the Rhoden Fellows Podcast, host Marissa Stubbs is joined by Jayla Jones, Ashton Edmunds, and Jonathan Scott to discuss the importance of HBCUs, the head coaching climate in the NFL, and more. Plus, the crew shared some takes from their favorite NBA teams.
The Warriors have won four of their past five, including a huge comeback over the Clippers. How high are Steph & Co. rising this week?
— Nikola Jokic had 22 points, 10 rebounds and five assists in another short night, and the Denver Nuggets reached .500 for the first time this season with a 114-89 victory over the New York Knicks on Sunday.
Anita Marks runs through the Super Wild Card Weekend slate on 98.7 ESPN. Who can challenge the Chiefs and Packers? Plus, running through the biggest headlines of the weekend!
Dave Rothenberg examines the NYC sports globe with the Mets trading for Francisco Lindor on 98.7 ESPN. All the teams seem to be trending upward. Plus, Super Wild Card Weekend is here and RJ Bell joins the show from Vegas.
— Shai Gilgeous-Alexander had 25 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists, Hamidou Diallo scored a season-high 23 points, and the Oklahoma City Thunder overcame an ugly start to beat the New York Knicks 101-89 on Friday night.
The Knicks re-signed forward Taj Gibson after waiving Omari Spellman, the team announced Thursday.
Frank Isola joins the guys to share his thoughts on the Knicks impressive start and the Nets expectations for the season.
Jalen & Jacoby discuss the turmoil in D.C., the Knicks' solid start, the Celtics' game-winner, keys to Ravens-Titans, Bradley Beal’s 60-piece and dancing robots. Plus, the Michigan Wolverines are undefeated!!!
J&J: The guys discuss the violent takeover of the Capitol building during the certification of the Electoral College
This is the Jalen & Jacoby podcast-exclusive hour, coming to you every Tuesday and Thursday. The guys lead off the show discussing the violent takeover of the Capitol building during the certification of the Electoral College, what else Jalen was dealing with at the same time, treatment of the mob by police and athletes using their leverage to push for change. Later, they get into the Knicks’ 5-3 start, the Heat taking it too far with the Miami Vice uniforms, Bradley Beal scoring 60 in a loss, Ravens-Titans, if Gordon Hayward is back and Jalen campaigning for the key to the city of Detroit.
Bart and Hahn start off the show talking about the irrational arrogance of Knicks fans and the potential that the Knicks are back? Hahn argues that the Knicks are not the mecca but, the court in which they play is indeed the Mecca. The nation doesn't know you as a great team until you get to play at the Mecca. They also discuss who is the most annoying fan base in sports... Callers weigh in.