Relatively Speaking Podcast

Relatively Speaking Podcast

By Relatively Speaking Podcast
Jared Mintz and Joseph Nardone talk sports, entertainment and more.
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Relatively Speaking Podcast - Kawhi Leonard madness, Lakers fallout, Knicks
After a long hiatus, the Relatively Speaking Podcast returns with the fury of one exploding sun. On this edition of the show, the guys discuss a variety of topics, including the entire fallout that comes with Kawhi Leonard choosing the Los Angeles Clippers over the Toronto Raptors and Los Angeles Lakers. New York Knicks talk is also involved, as is Joseph shoehorning in a few college basketball references. The show ends with Absurd Questions, which somehow involves possibly eating people. You can listen to and subscribe to the Relatively Speaking Podcast: iTunes – Anchor – Google Podcasts – Spotify – Breaker – Overcast – Pocket Casts– RadioPublic – Stitcher. Joseph Nardone has covered college basketball for nearly a decade at various outlets. You can follow him on Twitter @JosephNardone. Jared Mintz spent time with ESPN in the stats and information department, write for FanRag Sports and out reputable outlets, and currently enjoys dropping Knicks knowledge over @JMintzHoops. - Follow CBB Today on Twitter @CBBToday and like us on Facebook. We can now also be found on Flipboard where you can subscribe and follow us. As always, don’t forget to subscribe to our college basketball, recruiting, NCAA Tournament and NBA Draft email newsletter. It’s the only way to survive the impending alien invasion.
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July 7, 2019
Relatively Speaking Podcast Episode 132
The sports media industry landscape is constantly changing, and FanRag sports is changing with it.  After 132 episodes, Jared Mintz and Joseph Nardone (that's right, he's back) wrap up their podcast by reflecting on the last couple of years, their careers to this point as writers, where the industry's been and where it's going. The duo, who also host the Off The Wall Podcast for The Knicks Wall, fondly reminisce on some of their previous stops as writers, the running gag that the podcast would be cancelled shortly after it kicked off, and some of their favorite episodes and conversations with their esteemed guests. They also make fun of Kevin Durant, because they're blogger boys and he's not. For amateur basketball coverage and takes on Marty Jannetty, you can follow Joseph on Twitter at @JosephNardone. As always, you can follow Jared on Twitter at @JMintzhoops, and subscribe to the Relatively Speaking Podcast on iTunes and Stitcher.
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March 30, 2018
Relatively Speaking Podcast Episode 132
The sports media industry landscape is constantly changing, and FanRag sports is changing with it.  After 132 episodes, Jared Mintz and Joseph Nardone (that's right, he's back) wrap up their podcast by reflecting on the last couple of years, their careers to this point as writers, where the industry's been and where it's going. The duo, who also host the Off The Wall Podcast for The Knicks Wall, fondly reminisce on some of their previous stops as writers, the running gag that the podcast would be cancelled shortly after it kicked off, and some of their favorite episodes and conversations with their esteemed guests. They also make fun of Kevin Durant, because they're blogger boys and he's not. For amateur basketball coverage and takes on Marty Jannetty, you can follow Joseph on Twitter at @JosephNardone. As always, you can follow Jared on Twitter at @JMintzhoops, and subscribe to the Relatively Speaking Podcast on iTunes and Stitcher.
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March 30, 2018
Relatively Speaking Podcast Episode 131
With almost a week in between meaningful NBA games, myself and millions of others are going crazy just waiting for the second half of the season to pick back up.  Returning to the show for his third appearance, and helping Jared discuss the most important and interesting storylines for the last leg of the season is Josh Eberly. Josh is a member of the Professional Basketball Writers Association, and is a contributor for Hoop Mag, as well as the host of the Hot Takes and Shot Fakes Podcast.  The two talk about Cleveland being the team to beat in the East, the Rockets being incredible close to the Warriors, Kawhi Leonard's strange situation in San Antonio, and LeBron's future. To stay in the loop of what's important on NBA Twitter, make sure you follow Josh at @JoshEberley. As always, you can follow Jared on Twitter at @JMintzhoops, and subscribe to the Relatively Speaking Podcast on iTunes and Stitcher.
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February 21, 2018
Relatively Speaking Podcast Episode 131
With almost a week in between meaningful NBA games, myself and millions of others are going crazy just waiting for the second half of the season to pick back up.  Returning to the show for his third appearance, and helping Jared discuss the most important and interesting storylines for the last leg of the season is Josh Eberly. Josh is a member of the Professional Basketball Writers Association, and is a contributor for Hoop Mag, as well as the host of the Hot Takes and Shot Fakes Podcast.  The two talk about Cleveland being the team to beat in the East, the Rockets being incredible close to the Warriors, Kawhi Leonard's strange situation in San Antonio, and LeBron's future. To stay in the loop of what's important on NBA Twitter, make sure you follow Josh at @JoshEberley. As always, you can follow Jared on Twitter at @JMintzhoops, and subscribe to the Relatively Speaking Podcast on iTunes and Stitcher.
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February 21, 2018
Relatively Speaking Podcast Episode 130
The NBA had a wild trade deadline last week, and with All-Star weekend literally hours away from tipping off, there's only one team that we should all be talking about. No, the Relatively Speaking Podcast is not going to discuss the Cleveland Cavaliers, rather the team that worked with them to fix their problems and potentially steal their franchise's greatest player in free agency this upcoming summer...the Los Angeles Lakers! Joining Jared to discuss one of the NBA's most prominent franchises is Jacob Rude, who is a contributor for Lakers Outsiders, and the host of the Coast 2 Coast Po