The Lakers are making Sal Joseph sad again. Jalen Brunson is making Larry dream. The Rockets are making Jon excited!
Cleveland Cavs check-in with Ethan Scheck. Houston Rockets check-in with Jon Blue. New York Knicks check-in with Larry. Plus, the Broadway Series of City Edition jerseys.
Chess fan, Whitney Bae is here to tell Shawn and Larry about all the latest chess tournaments and drama.
Brooklyn Nets unravel in real time. A New York Knicks check-in with Larry. Houston Rockets check-in with Jon Blue. Philadelphia 76ers check-in with Matt Stephens
The Padres have slayed the dragon! Marcus and Larry celebrate the Padres' win over the Dodgers and look forward to their NLCS matchup with the Phillies
Top 10 NBA Franchises Most Likely to Win a Championship in the Next 5 Years. A list by Larry and Jon Blue.
The MLB playoffs are here! Marcus Haugen and Larry preview the first round. Who's gonna win? Who's gonna lose? Who's gonna have a good time?
ShwinnyPooh of The Strickland joins Larry to discuss the state of the Knicks Franchise. Frankie Dip stops by with some words on Dallas life and our old friend, Ntilikina.
Jon Blue and Larry talk a little Knicks and the impending doom. Then they give their top 3 game-worn jerseys they would want.
Donovan MITCHELL! was finally traded. To the Cavs? Yes the Cavs. Ethan Scheck and Jon Blue join Larry to discuss what this means for the Knicks, Cavs, and Jazz.
The American Beatbox Championships are coming up, and Michael Crisol is on his way to dominating. He sits down with Larry in this episode to discuss the sport and some pro wrestling.
Fernando Tatis Jr. has been suspended for PEDs. What does this mean for the rest of the San Diego Padres' season. Marcus Haugen joins Larry to talk about the Padres and the rest of the MLB. Frankie Dip joins to talk Eurobasket.
Max Hoover of Daily Knicks and Larry break down the Donovan Mitchell trade negotions. Burt Carlson gives us some history on Ty Cobb's family.
The San Diego Padres crushed the MLB Trade Deadline by adding Juan Soto. Marcus Haugen joins Larry to talk about this new superteam.
Floorball ref, Vince Faso, joins Larry and Shawn Wickens to discuss the sport and the upcoming NAFL Championships.
Jon Blue and Larry break down all the factors leading to a likely Donovan Mitchell trade to the New York Knicks.
A live mailbag episode, featuring your questions about Ali vs Frazier, Mike Shanahan, and the Summer League Knicks. A special guest appearance from Erick Hellwig
A live mailbag episode, featuring your questions about Tony La Russa, Charlie Sweasy, Giancarlo Stanton, and Larry's own monologue about Donovan Mitchell
The NBA Offseason has begun. The Knicks have created cap space for Jalen Brunson, and the Hawks have agreed with the Spurs to a deal for Dejounte Murray. Jon Blue and Larry break down the moves.
Jon, Marcus, and Larry watch and react to the first round of the NBA draft. Lots of confusion, lots of sadness, lots of joy, and lots of laughs.
Jon Blue joins Larry to discuss the greatness of the Golden State Warriors franchise and what comes next for the Boston Celtics.
Jon Blue and Larry are talkin' NBA Finals and the unfortunate rise of the Boston Celtics. Some news on the Utah Jazz, some rethinking of the top 3 in the NBA draft, and some hockey talk.
Jon and Frankie Dip are here to do a retrospective on the Mavericks' season. Marcus talks Kings trades. We're also talkin' NBA Finals and NHL Conference Finals.
Jon Blue and Jack Rokicki join Larry for a live watch along of the NBA Lottery Drawing. Who will walk out a winner? Who will get stoned by the villagers?
Marcus Haugen stops by to check-in on the red-hot San Diego Padres and our favorite player, Jurickson Profar. We also discuss the second round of the NBA playoffs.
It's time for the 2022 May Basho! Wakatakakage is the defending champ! Dan Hanf and Larry preview the basho as well as talk about Dan's time working for the Charleston River Dogs.
Jon Blue and Larry are talkin' NBA Playoffs. We're discussing the fallout for some of the 1st round losers like the Jazz (we think), Pelicans (we think), and Nets (we know).
Erick Hellwig and Jon Blue are here to talk the first round of the NBA Playoffs.
Alan "Ocho" Goldberg reports live from the 2022 Men's Curling World Championships in Las Vegas to Larry and Shawn Wickens.
Marcus Haugen stops by to preview his fantasy team, the San Diego Padres, and the rest of Major League Baseball
Larry, Jon Blue, and the lead singers of 311 reveal their brackets. Who's the maddest of them all?
The Haru Basho is upon us! Dan and Larry preview all the sumo wrestlers vying for this one. Sports historian, Burt Carlson, joins us to give us some history of the naming of the Cleveland baseball team.
Jon Blue and Larry go through all the trades and potential trades as the deadline approaches. Get your fix here!
Max Hoover of Daily Knicks does a deep dive on Julius Randle and the woes of the Knicks. Burt Carlson gives us a lesson on college basketball history
Brit Robotista of Apollo Media and Houston's Jon Blue discuss the development of the young Rockets. Lambskin (Sonia Nam) makes a pitch to become the next Rockets' mascot.
Larry and Jon Blue talk Klay Thompson's return and the best teams in the West. Nick and Doug from 311 join to express their love for the Villanova Wildcats and the L.A. Chargers.
It's the 2022 January Basho! The Hatsu Basho! Can anybody stop the unstoppable Terunofuji? Dan Hanf and Larry find out
Eleanor Lewis talks to Larry about the NCAA Women's Volleyball Final Four. Lambskin's got a plan to take over as the University of Pittsburgh's mascot.
A look at a few NBA teams as we enter the quarter mark of the 2021-22 season.
Alex Wolfe of the Strickland and Locked on Knicks joins Larry and Jon to disscus the New York Knicks and their sometimes stagnant play. Are they starting to figure things out?
The Lakers are off to a so-so start. Why is Sal Joseph, Lakers superfan, so miserable this season? The loveable Lambskin also auditions for the role of Lakers mascot.
Terunofuji is the favorite for the November Basho. Dan Hanf and Larry discuss the other rikishi and who's got a shot at taking down the Yokozuna. Burt Carlson teaches us about the lore of Don Paul, former defensive back for the Cleveland Browns.
Brenden Nunes, host of the Kings Pulse podcast, joins Larry and Marcus to disscus the Sacramento Kings and their 4-4 start. Special guest, Lambskin, has a new idea for the Kings.
Top 10 NBA Franchises Most Likely to Win a Championship in the Next 5 Years. A list by Larry and Jon Blue.
We check in with Lauren Gunn and Frankie Dip on Frank Ntilikina's status in Dallas after two preseason games.
Terunofuji won the Autumn Basho, but not without controversy. Dan Hanf and Larry recap the sumo tournament while Burt Carlson regales us with a tale of competive eater, Artemis Baconfamine.
Frank Ntilikina is no longer a Knick. It's not goodbye, it's Au Revoir. Larry, Jon Blue, and country music cat, Frankie Dip, send him off to Dallas in spectacular fashion.
The Bills have Super Bowl aspirations. Have those been derailed by a Week 1 loss? Larry discusses with Jason Malloy of the Ranting Ron show, Andy Fitch, and Hobbit/Buffalo superfan, Bill-bo Baggins (Marcus Haugen).
The Autumn Basho is here! Please welcome the 73rd Yokozuna of the world, Terunofuji! Sumo Kaboom is here to break down the competitors and tell us what to look for.
Eleanor and Jonathan Lewis teach Larry a thing or two about soccer. What's going on with Messi and the transfer protocalls? Larry finds out which teams to root for.
CM Punk made his long awaited return to professional wrestling, and this group is marking out! Well, at least Larry the Mark is. Larry's joined by Michael Williams, RJ Williams, Matthew WJ Mitchell.
The Sacramento Kings are NBA Champions (of summer league)! Max Bernstein and Jon Blue join Larry to talk all things Summer League.
After the NBA Draft and a few days of free agency, it looks like competency in New York. Not so much in Charlotte. Jon Blue, Paul Pallotta, and Larry break it down.
The Milwaukee Bucks are champions. A pitch for a modern Eight Men Out with the Houston Astros. Olympic basketball. With Greg Gorman, Shawn Wickens, Jon Blue.
Terunofuji vs Hakuhō, the sumo bout we've all been waiting for. Leslie and Laurie Collins of Sumo Kaboom and Dan Hanf break down this fight along with the rest of the July Basho.
Brit Robotista of Apollo Media and Houston's Jon Blue discuss who the Rockets should take at number 2. Shawn Wickens of the Stoner Morning Show talks New York Handball.
Laurie and Leslie Collins of Sumo Kaboom are here to break down the July Basho. Dan Hanf memorializes the sport in a beatnik poem.
The Atlanta Hawks might actually win this thing. From Atlanta and one of the Sports Lordz, Kevin Cobbs. From the past, Burt Carlson.
Erick Hellwig and Jon Blue are on the show to talk Ayton's out of bounds alley-oop, Ben Simmons sucking, and the NBA Conference Finals.
The Phoenix Suns are the first team to clinch a conference finals berth. Saul Bookman fears no team, with or without Chris Paul
Death takes 8 playoff teams. Jon Blue, Death, and Larry talk what's next in the NBA playoffs.
The first round of the East is done. Who's coming out of the West? Burt Carlson talks Lou Gehrig. Joe Miles pitches a sports movie
Chris and Mal from Australian national fistball team heard Shawn's slander of the sport and come on to set us straight.
The NBA playoffs are here. Jon Blue and Micah Sherman are here to break it all down. Meanwhile, Larry cries about the possible end of Frank Ntilikina's career.
Chase Whitney talks Charlotte Hornets and the Play-In Tournament. Jack Rokicki pitches a script for a sports movie.
Gavin Schall shares his broadcasting background. Shawn Wickens guides us through an Underdog Sports clipshow.
The San Diego Chicken and Marcus Haugen talk Padres vs Los Angeles Dodgers. Shawn Wickens pans Fistball. We all love Minor League Baseball team names.
The May Sumo Honbasho is coming up, and Dan Hanf is here to break it all down. Burt Carlson, the oldest living sports fan, tells us about Lindsey Nelson's trip to the top of the Astrodome.
Death winnows the Sweet Sixteen to Final Four. Shawn Wickens hypes Korfball. Jon Blue denies Michigan.
Max Hoover of Daily Knicks and Jon Blue of Jackson Heights talk the second weekend of March Madness and the New York Knicks at the trade deadline.
Death comes on the pod following the first weekend of March Madness to dish on the teams that have met an early demise.
Larry and Jon Blue fill out their bracket. Jon loves the Big 10, because he's a salt of the earth midwesterner. Larry likes teams with cool jerseys, because he's pepper of the earth.
Tara Bowen-Biggs of the Stepback Sisterhood and We Have A Take talks Portland Trail Blazers. Shawn Wickens of the Stoner Morning Show talks Jai Alai. Burt Carlson talks boxing history.
Brit Robotista of Apollo Media and the Stepback Sisterhood talks Houston Rockets. Shawn Wickens of the Stoner Morning Show talks team handball. Jon Blue also likes the Rockets.
Jason Patt of the Cash Considerations Podcast talks Chicago Bulls. Alan Parsons (Kim Alu) talks music industry. Jon Blue talks Iowa State coaches.
Justin Rowan of The Chase Down Podcast talks Cleveland Cavs. Shawn Wickens of the Stoner Morning Show talks the city of Cleveland. Jon Blue talks all things good.
Julius Randle is off to a great start, potentially an All-Star. But Larry and Jon think the Knicks should take the money and run.
Prez from The Strickland breaks down Obi Toppin's pluses and minuses. C-3PO and R2-D2 heard we were talking about Obi, so they decided to stop by
Alex Wolfe of The Strickland talks Julius Randle's amazing start. Jon Blue is happy with the Rockets' trading Harden. And Frankie Smokes plays some tunes.
The San Diego Chicken and Marcus Haugen join Larry to discuss Blake Snell and Yu Darvish coming over to the San Diego Padres
Jonathan Macri of Knicks Film School and Max Hoover talk Knicks rotation decisions. Melissa Carone claims voter fraud preventing RJ Barrett from making the All-Rookie team. Jack from Boston suggests mascots for the Knicks.
Adam Taylor of Celtics Blog and the Pick 'n' Pod joins Larry to discuss the upcoming season for the Boston Celtics. Then we're joined by Jack from Boston to discuss some new ideas for a Celtics mascot.
Jonathan Schulman of Posting and Toasting and The Strickland talks Frank Ntilikina's year to put up or shut up. Then we're joined by an unrelated jazz cat by the name of Franky Smokes
Brian FitzGerald, AAU teammate of Micah Sherman, and host of the 1-2-3 Wildcats podcast, talks about his high school basketball team's run as the North Carolina state champions, AAU, and playing NCAA Division I ball.
Saul Bookman of Fox Sports Arizona and the Solar Panel joins Larry to disscus the Phoenix Suns and the Chris Paul Trade.
Max Hoover joins Larry to discuss Obi Toppin and other instant draft reactions for the Knicks
Chase Whitney from atthehive.com joins Larry to disscus the Charlotte Hornets, the number 3 pick in the NBA Draft, Russell Westbrook rumors, and rebuilding the brand with cool jerseys.
Brenden Nunes, host of the Kings Pulse podcast, joins Larry to disscus the state of the Sacramento Kings. We talk Monte McNair, Buddy Hield trades, and possible draft picks.
Jack Borman of Canis Hoopus SB Nation site joins Larry to disscus what options the Minnesota Timberwolves have with their number one pick.
Editor in Chief of The Strickland, Alex Wolfe, joins Jon and Larry to discuss some draft trades, focused on the New York Knicks
The Los Angeles Lakers have won the NBA Championship. A new offseason of possibilities are upon us.
We were wrong, again. Here's what we thought was going to happen on the afternoon before Game 5 of the NBA Finals between the Miami Heat and Los Angeles Lakers.
The San Diego Padres slammed their way into the NLDS. Is this where the magic ends, as they face the Los Angeles Dodgers?
It looks inevitable that the Lakers will win the 2020 NBA Championship. Who will win the Finals MVP? LeBron or Anthony Davis?
The San Diego Padres went for it at the trade deadline. They've made the playoffs, but injuries to their starting pitchers may spoil their plans.
The Cincinnati Reds are the hottest team in baseball. Mike Sause is here to break down their chances of a first round upset in the playoffs.
The Chicago Cubs are 3rd seed in the NL. Brett Rosenbluth joins the show break down their chances in the first round against the Marlins.
The Chicago White Sox are in the playoffs, and Matt WJ is here to break down their chances.
The Yankees are getting healthy at the right time, and Grant Harris is to discuss what that means for a 2020 playoff run.
The Denver Nuggets are down 3-1. They've been here before and they've come back before. Can LeBron and the Lakers finally put an end to this cinderella story?
The Miami Heat are 10-1, and we've all succombed to Heat Culture. Just tell me what to do Lord Riley!
What can't LeBron James do? We dissect the Lakers greatness and preview a wild game 7 in the East between the Raptors and Celtics
An NBA playoffs round 2 discussion.
After a beefy trade deadline, Larry and Marcus Haugen discuss the beefed up San Diego Padres
Jon, Micah, and Larry discuss the brief player strike and its ramifications. Plus, some NBA playoff talk.
The Process is over for the 76ers. But Bring in the Backups, a podcast by Erick Hellwig, has just begun.
Editor in Chief of the Strickland, Alex Wolfe, talks Knicks draft and NBA offseason
One week into the playoffs and Donovan Mitchell has got it going on!
Larry watches the NBA Draft Lottery live and experiences disappointment
The NBA playoffs are here! Also, Devin Booker is awesome!
The NBA Draft Lottery is approaching. James Marceda and Larry discuss possible scenarios for the New York Knicks.
The Delete Eight of the NHL qualifying round have an equal shot at Alexis Lafrenière
Week 1 of the NBA and NHL Bubbles are in the books. Who's hot? Who's not?
An NBA Restart conversation with Jon Blue, Grant Harris, Marcus Haugen, and Micah Sherman. The conversation was hacked for Anonymous.
Despite some late rumors for Jason Kidd, Tom Thibodeau has signed a five year deal to be the next coach of the New York Knicks.
An MLB Opening Day preview with Marcus the Mad Dog Haugen
At long last, the return of sports is here! Two regular season MLB games on the docket.
The Knicks hire Sean MacLean to run their analytics strategy!
The Knicks may be identifying the wrong problem in trying to improve their brand.
Patrick Mahomes gets $450M and the NHL announces a start date
World Wide Wes may have been behind Steve Mills' hiring. Also, what to look for in the sports bubbles.
Some news on a second bubble in Chicago for NBA teams not in Orlando
Cam Newton signs with the Patriots for the league minimum. The NHL focuses on Canada for their hub cities.
Spencer Dinwiddie and DeAndre Jordan test positive for COVID-19. Ian Desmond opts out of the 2020 MLB season.
The Knicks signed Jared Harper and Theo Pinson, waived Allonzo Trier and Kadeem Allen
A preview of the New York Rangers and the NHL 2020 playoffs
The return of the NBA, the NBA players' association, and police unions.
The baseball negotiations that are going nowhere
The Sacramento Kings, Detroit Pistons, and New York Knicks.
90's Bulls. Is winning everything? Walt Perrin and Frank Zanin in the Knicks' front office.
Marcus Haugen, Kevin McNair, Clyde Woodham
Jon Blue and Kevin McNair discuss paying NCAA players, the tenacity of Michael Jordan, and what if Melo bought into D'Antoni Ball
Andy Fitch and Marcus Haugen discuss eliminating the draft, the future of football, and Melo and Linsanity
Jon Blue discusses the Knicks front office, the Last Dance, and the Giants' Draft
Micah Sherman and Larry discuss ESPN's HORSE failure, WWE as essential business, and trouble between Donovan Mitchell and Rudy Gobert
Alex Wolfe returns to discuss the Knicks' front office direction
Miranda Dolan, a superfan of James Dolan, comments on James' positive test for Coronavirus
Pro wrestling is the only sport going on right now. Larry previews WrestleMania 36 with a bunch of marks.
Larry and Eric discuss Noah Syndergaard's Tommy John surgery and what it means for the Mets' rotation.
Larry and Micah talk postponement of the 2020 Summer Olympics, MLB double headers, and an early NBA mock draft. Guest appearance by Rob Surrago
Alex Wolfe of Sports Illustrated, Locked on Knicks, and Posting and Toasting breaks down the Knicks' upcoming offseason.
Coronavirus may have stopped sports, but that hasn't stopped us from dreaming. Micah Sherman discusses NBA playoff possibilities, Tom Brady, and the 1970 champion New York Knicks
Life long Mets fan, Eric Mangin, discusses the upcoming baseball season, the Knicks, and the 2004 NBA Finals
Sketch writer and former, aspiring, player agent discusses Leon Rose, the Knicks, and the Milwaukee Bucks.
Funny man Paul Pallotta talks wrestling, basketball, and his beloved Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Marcus Haugen sits down with Larry to talk smart front offices in baseball and basketball!
It's the big premiere! Micah Sherman sits down with Larry to talk sports!
Larry Knows Sports! Get ready for the ultimate sports podcast from Larry The Athlete!