An interesting mix of a podcast…
We've all heard the No Balls Anthem, and no doubt there are questions. In this episode, Cabo Smoov, hype man The Commish, and the one and only A P O L L O talk creation, inception, and production of Cabo Smoov's debut track.
Week 9 Powercast Rankings. Chuckless Chuck. Adam doing his Thing.
A roundtable discussion, from 8 members of the league, with a bit of bonus content…of course.
A Recap. A Rant. A Suggestion. A live look. A glimpse into.
In this episode, Pod Tom walks you through the 50 greatest NBA players in league history. It started as a simple exercise, based upon an offhanded comment on draft night; from there, it blossomed into the behemoth this episode turned up being.
Chuck’s been a friend of the podcast. And I’m gonna hit him up for a book cover design, when I finish my current book. So, when he makes a request: I say yes.
A new intro, an update, and the Tacoma Blazers get political!
We get a live look into the 7/12’s hangout, as The Grand Rapids Drive #protecttheplex. We hear from Kyle, in his route of Chuck. Shawn cries. And Pod Tom fights for his b.f. LeBron (Horny meter high!).
We hear a hot take on the Lakers, a recap of the week, a G-League report, and a playdate.
A poem, a pronunciation, a phone call, a rant, a celebration, a response.
A weekly recap, winners and losers, and KArmaT!
My boy Stacks wanted in on the draft recap, and here at The Real Tom Bratt studios - we don’t say no!!! Since the recording was in such a different format, it worked best to publish them separately. Enjoy.
This was the first time the podcast went remote to record. Meeting at Madcap in Grand Rapids, MI, we sat down to go over each team in the draft. I’m very happy with the content, but need to work on the settings. But, overall, very worth it.
Well done Kyle.
Today, I grieve.
Season 2 of The Pod is upon us. In an off season filled with content, two main topics were king:
Where is Ian?
Will there be an IR
In the first episode of the season, you host, LeTom James, dives into these issues.
The title explains this one pretty accurately.