EPISODE #2 (02Feb2018) - Twice as nice on a Friday night, Black and Yellow are gearing up for Super Bowl Sunday with a little NBA action. We're recapping the momumental Blake Griffin trade from every angle, and previewing the rest of the possible trade deadline madness. Catching up with the injury bug means changing the … Continue reading The CHASEDOWN!: Episode #2
EPISODE #1 (29Jan2018): With Fantasy Football finally releasing us from its death grip on our productivity (and sanity), Black and Yellow are coming into the new year with a brand new podcast. We call it: THE CHASEDOWN, a weekly review of all things NBA. We'll have in-depth analysis and team breakdowns, recaps of the many … Continue reading B&Y Present: The Chasedown!
EPISODE #11 - NBA WESTERN CONFERENCE PREVIEW (16Oct2017) - First one went alright, so let's run it back. This time, we're all in on the Western conference. Do the Spurs see a dropoff for the first time in 20 years? How does anyone besides Sam Presti win Executive of the Year? Should Portland or Memphis … Continue reading B&Y Podcast – Episode #11 – 2017-18 NBA Western Conference Preview
EPISODE #10 - EASTERN CONFERENCE PREVIEW (16Oct2017) - It's finally here. After a wild and wacky offseason full of trades, player movement, drama, betrayal and intrigue, the eve of the new season is finally upon us. Black and Yellow bring in friend of the pod and basketball savant, Coach Kyle to discuss the Eastern Conference … Continue reading B&Y Podcast – Episode #10 – NBA Eastern Conference Preview
ALL BLACK EVERYTHING - Episode #2 of the new era B&Y podcast brings back a fan favorite: Coach Kyle. Recording live from Columbus, OH in the wake of a monster NBA deal, the coach joins Black sans Yellow to talk about the summer that was. How has the West shaken out? Is standing pat in the … Continue reading B&Y Podcast – Episode #2 – All Black Everything
Originally published June 30th, 2017 Let’s go back in the Wayback Machine to the long, long ago, when there was only one version of the iPhone and people still respected the American presidency. The year is 2008, and the Lakers are having a decent to OK season, locked in a battle for the #4 seed. … Continue reading NBA Free Agency Guide 2017
Originally published June 2nd, 2017 Earlier this week, former NBA commissioner David Stern made headlines by retreading one of the most controversial moments of his career: his veto of a trade sending point guard Chris Paul to the Los Angeles Lakers. A seminal, watershed moment in NBA history, it is one of the only times … Continue reading How the Chris Paul Trade Veto Shaped the Modern NBA