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Best Uproxx Sports podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Uproxx Sports podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Named "Best Betting Podcast or Radio Show" by the Fantasy Sports & Gaming Association. If the game means more to you, this show is your best bet. Under center are hosts like Matthew Freedman, Editor-in-Chief of FantasyLabs, Senior Editor Chris Raybon and renowned sports gambling analyst Stuckey. They're joined by veteran journalists, gamblers and handicappers like Jason Sobel, Matt Moore, Collin Wilson and “The Oddsmaker” Sean Koerner, The Action Network’s Director of Predictive Analytics an ...
 
Sean Woodley and an array of guests lead you through the season with a daily podcast on the 2019 NBA Champion Toronto Raptors. Game recaps, opponent check-ins, obscure Raptors history, laughs, feelings, and weekly appearances by Katie Heindl (Uproxx) and Vivek Jacob (Complex) -- you'll find it all on the Locked On Raptors Podcast, part of the Locked On Podcast Network. Your team. Every day.
 
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The NBA is about to embark on a season reboot the likes of which have never been seen before. But where there is novelty there is gambling value, and host Matt Moore invites Robby Kalland of Uproxx (@RKalland on Twitter) to break down his favorite playoff bets for the long, strange journey ahead. Sports gambling rarely offers bettors any guarantees…
 
In Episode 737, Sean and Nekias Duncan (Bleacher Report, 5 Reasons Sports, Dime) give a refresher on where the 4th-seed Miami Heat sit as we gear up for the NBA's restart in the Disney bubble. They first take a look back at how the Heat responded to their deadline deal for Andre Iguodala and Jae Crowder, and whether the move significantly changed N…
 
The boys look to Muirfield Village this week as hosts Jason Sobel & two-time DFS World Champion Peter Jennings analyze all the betting angles for this week's Workday Charity Open. First, the guys discuss Bryson DeChambeau and the chances for a new meaty blueprint for success on the PGA TOUR, before moving on to betting a mid-season golf tournament,…
 
On today's episode, Mo Dakhil of The Athletic and Bleacher Report joins Evan as they analyze three key Suns topics. First up, how did the 2019-20 season go for Phoenix via Mo's perspective? Booker showed his worth with more competent teammates, but the development of Deandre Ayton is critical for future success. What can the Suns do this offseason …
 
On today's episode, Brandon (aka Zona Sports) returns as he joins Evan to answer all of your Suns questions for our mega mailbag! Thanks to all of our listeners via Twitter and Reddit, we were able to go deep on many Suns topics. From the Orlando restart to offseason talk on multiple subjects, all of the bases are covered in this one. Who are some …
 
In Episode 736, Sean and Katie continue their Retiring Every Raptor series of episodes and decide which players in Raptors history to wear the numbers 11 through 25 are the most worthy of having their jerseys retired. This time they start out by discussing T.J. Ford's underrated career as the best #11 to play in Toronto, before sifting through some…
 
On today's episode, The Athletic's C.J. Holmes joins as we examine three University of Arizona angles with Phoenix Suns ties. First up, how much has Deandre Ayton grown from his college career to now? Is the next step of Ayton's development expanding his range? Then, we dive into two Arizona prospects who could be intriguing fits for Phoenix: Nico …
 
In Episode 735, Sean and NBA Draft expert Robel (Sub Me in Coach on Youtube) chat about the 2020 NBA Draft and which players might pique the Raptors' interest in the late stages of the first round. They first start out by discussing the overall strength of this year's draft class, which looks quite weak up at the top, but might be rich in solid rot…
 
The deal is done, the players are reporting and the futures markets are up and running! There may not be peanuts, popcorn or crackerjacks in the stands this season, but we've will still got totals, futures and moneylines galore. So get off the bench, knock the dirt from your spikes and listen to host Stuckey discuss futures pricing, the gambling im…
 
On today's episode, The Step Back's Ben Pfeifer joins to discuss six more prospects in-depth related to their fit in Phoenix. First up, Desmond Bane checks the sharpshooting box Suns GM James Jones desires. Could the TCU guard be able to add more gravity alongside Devin Booker and Deandre Ayton? Also, would Colorado's Tyler Bey be able to fit as a …
 
The tour travels to Motor City as hosts Peter Jennings and Jason Sobel break down the field at the Detroit Golf Club from a sports gambling perspective, and call out some names (Chappell, Wise, Ryder, Gooch...) that you may not have heard in a while. They give out their favorite players to win and build another intriguing DFS lineup, giving listene…
 
In Episode 734, Sean and Vivek chat about the recently released NBA schedule for inside the Disney bubble, and how it effects the Raptors. They start off by discussing the difficulty of Toronto's schedule compared to the rest of the league -- a schedule that includes games against the Lakers, Bucks, Celtics, Sixers and Nuggets. Next they discuss ho…
 
On today's episode, David and Max are back in your podcast feeds! The duo who ran the awesome 7SOL pod joins Evan on Locked On Suns to discuss the Suns from all angles. First up, we begin with the big fella Deandre Ayton. How important is his defensive development to the long-term growth of this rebuild? Then, we dive into Orlando hitting on all of…
 
In Episode 733, Sean and Katie kick off a new series of episodes, wherein they will determine which player would be the honoree if the Raptors were to retire every number ever worn in team history. In the first installment, they run through the sparsely-worn double-0 all the way up to #10. Is someone else more deserving of a #2 in the rafters than …
 
In Episode 732, Sean and Vivek chat about Vince Carter's retirement, as well as Giannis Antetokounmpo tampering with himself (?), and what the future of the Raptors front office might look like. Sean and Big V open up by reacting to the news of VC's official retirement announcement, and reflect on how he helped inform their early basketball fandom,…
 
On today's episode, UPROXX's Jackson Frank stops by the show to talk 2020 NBA Draft with Evan. the two go over the following prospects in-depth: Onyeka Okungwu, Cole Anthony, Poku, Patrick Williams, Tyrese Maxey, and RJ Hampton. Could Okungwu fit alongside Deandre Ayton, or are the spacing concerns too much to overcome? Is Cole Anthony a legitimate…
 
In Episode 731, Sean and Esfandiar Baraheni (Shoot Your Shot Podcast) chat about their growing concerns with the situation down in Florida and what the Raptors roster might look like once they hit the court at Disney. With the team arriving in Fort Myers over the last couple days, Sean and Es chat about some of the recent COVID-19 developments out …
 
We're on to Connecticut as Peter Jennings and Jason Sobel break down their favorite bets this week at TPC River Highlands. They also sit down with tournament director Nathan Grube, who discusses the future of PGA TOUR sports gambling, the development of the golf course, and how his event is harnessing its legendary obsession with player hospitality…
 
On today's episode, we dive deep into the Suns' core of Devin Booker, Deandre Ayton, and Mikal Bridges. Where steps in their developments did they take in 2019-20? FanSided's Suns insider Gerald Bourguet joins to explore what went right. At this point, nobody should put a ceiling on Booker. Not only did Booker take a huge jump in efficiency, but hi…
 
A major domino fell this week as it was reported Kelly Oubre Jr. would not travel to Orlando with the Suns, instead taking the time to rehab his torn meniscus. We break down how the miscommunication between Oubre and the team happened, what it means, who stands to benefit most on the court, and whether it makes it more likely the Suns explore a tra…
 
In Episode 730, Sean and Louis Zatzman (Raptors Republic) discuss their concerns with the recently released protocol for an NBA return as well as which 35 members of the Raptors organization should make the trip to Orlando with the team. They begin by addressing Kyrie Irving and Dwight Howard speaking up for the players who are skeptical of returni…
 
In Episode 729, Sean and Yasmin (@carmelohdrama) conclude their two-part look-back at the 2019 NBA Finals. Sean opens up by relaying some of the breaking news regarding the NBA's return (more on that tomorrow), before chatting with Yasmin about the incredibly dramatic Game 5 of Raptors-Warriors -- a game they're both thankful the Raptors didn't ult…
 
What a ride it’s been on Locked On Suns. We have reached a huge milestone: 700 episodes! We brought on the Suns guru over at Arizona Sports — and our former host of LOS — Kellan Olson to cover everything facing the Suns the rest of 2020. Kellan helps us set expectations for Orlando, highlights three 2020 draft prospects he has his eye on, and looks…
 
In Episode 728, Sean and Yasmin (@carmelohdrama) begin a two-part look-back at the 2019 NBA Finals in honour of the one-year anniversary of the Raptors' title win. They first reflect on their feelings heading into the series and whether they were optimistic or fearful of Kevin Durant's looming return before diving into the first four games of the s…
 
Real golf action is back! On the heels of the Charles Schwab last week, Peter Jennings and Jason Sobel welcome radio host and former PGA TOUR winner Carl Paulson to cover all the sports gambling action from tee to green this week, including a DFS lineup that's sure to please. TIME CODE Paulson interview: 10:30 DFS Lineup: 30:45…
 
In Episode 727, Sean concludes his series of dramatic readings from the book he co-authored with Alex Wong, "We The Champs." In the final three chapters, Sean takes you through Toronto's inspiring Game 4 win over the Warriors are Oracle Arena to go up 3-1, before diving into the intensely bizarre and enthralling Game 5 loss at home that nearly went…
 
We dive back into the 2020 NBA Draft as we ramp up towards the 2019-20 season resuming, as Bright Side Of The Sun’s own Zona Sports joins to discuss three prospects who could be on the board in October. We take a first look at Alabama's Kira Lewis Jr., Auburn's Isaac Okoro, and Maccabi's Deni Avdija, three lottery prospects who could be available f…
 
In Episode 726, Sean is joined by Carlan Gay (NBA.com, NBA Soundsystem) to chat about how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting FIBA and Canada Basketball. First, they address some more developments on the NBA return front, before diving into how the warped NBA calendar could rule Canada's NBA guys out of the Olympic qualifier they were originally sla…
 
The future of Suns basketball could easily revolve around small ball, especially if the front office buys in on Kelly Oubre Jr. and Mikal Bridges working long-term alongside Deandre Ayton. What type of advantage would this give Phoenix, and are there any concerns committing fully to it? We also discuss one free agent who would complete this vision …
 
In an eye-opening discussion, Ross Jackson (Locked On Saints) Aaron Freeman (Locked on Falcons) Tony Wiggins (Locked On Jaguars) John Hickman (Locked On Texans) Chris Carter (Locked On Steelers) Keith Pompey (Locked On 76ers) Coty Davis (Locked On Texans) and Your Boy Q (Locked On Raiders) come together for a special Locked On Podcast Network Black…
 
In an eye-opening discussion, Ross Jackson (Locked On Saints) Aaron Freeman (Locked on Falcons) Tony Wiggins (Locked On Jaguars) John Hickman (Locked On Texans) Chris Carter (Locked On Steelers) Keith Pompey (Locked On 76ers) Coty Davis (Locked On Texans) and Your Boy Q (Locked On Raiders) come together for a special Locked On Podcast Network Black…
 
In Episode 725, Sean goes solo to perform a dramatic reading of the three chapters of his book "We The Champs" covering the first half of the 2019 NBA Finals. First up is Pascal Siakam's 32-point explosion in Game 1. Following that, the Box-and-1 is born as the Raptors narrowly fall to the Warriors in Game 2. Lastly, it's Game 3, where the Warriors…
 
With the Suns officially resuming play for the 2019-20 season next month, it’s time to gauge our audience (that's you guys!) with another mailbag. A lot of questions revolved around another important offseason incoming for Phoenix. Will Aron Baynes be a priority to re-sign? Should the Suns still explore big fish power forward options even though th…
 
In Episode 724, Sean and Vivek address the NBA's plan for returning to play as well as the recently taken photo of Marc Gasol, who is cut now. They address the issues with the NBA's return plan from a health perspective, as well as the relevance of the league as a historic social movement is underway, of which many NBA players have been directly in…
 
PGA TOUR winner (and Colonial member) Ryan Palmer joins hosts Jason Sobel and Peter Jennings to preview the Charles Schwab Challenge, as fans and gamblers alike celebrate the first real PGA TOUR tournament in ages. Palmer gives his insider perspective on the specifics of his home course and the impact of the long layoff, as the guys give their favo…
 
According to Suns owner Robert Sarver, Kelly Oubre Jr. will be available for Phoenix when they make the trek to Orlando in late July. The team believes Oubre will be ready, four months after his meniscus surgery, to play. Meanwhile, it looks like the Suns might have to sweep their eight-game slate to make the playoffs. What exactly will this 22-tea…
 
Kicking off our show, Monty Williams and Aron Baynes spoke to the local media this week on the recent protests over police brutality and their perspective. On their Zoom video calls and in their powerful written letters, Williams and Baynes showed true leadership. We then dive into the Suns officially being invited to Disney World to compete in the…
 
In Episode 723, Sean is joined by former Canadian national team player and Raptors 905 radio analyst Jevohn Shepherd to discuss the ongoing lack of diversity in Raptors media circles, the challenges he's faced in his attempts to enter the broadcasting field, and some of the things that need to be addressed in the interest of elevating Black voices …
 
Even though the 2020 NBA Draft might not be until October or November now, it’s never a bad time to discuss who could fit on the Suns’ roster. Six names in particular stand out from the rest, based off how we know Phoenix’s front office operates. How would Obi Toppin fit alongside Deandre Ayton? Is Killian Hayes or Tyrese Haliburton the ideal point…
 
In Episode 722, Sean, Katie and Vivek have an overdue conversation about the past week's protests in response to the murder of George Floyd, and the show's responsibility to be involved in the conversation as a podcast that mainly covers Black athletes. They address their decision to not address a mailbag question about the Floyd protests last week…
 
We discuss the latest from the NBA, as pro basketball seems on the brink of returning to our lives this summer. According to an ESPN report, a 22-game format including all teams within six games of the playoffs is trending among teams right now. This would include the Suns, but what are the ripple effects for the season schedule, the Suns’ injured …
 
In Episode 721, Sean, Katie and Vivek finish off their two-part mailbag episode. Today's questions include: if given the opportunity to choose a roommate from any team inside the Disney bubble, who would each Raptors shack up with and which team Sean, Vivek and Katie are most excited to see the Raptors potentially play in the opening round of the b…
 
The biggest What If in the Ryan McDonough era slipped through the Suns’ fingertips in 2017. Kyrie Irving was available for trade, but, reportedly, Phoenix wasn’t willing to part with Josh Jackson or other future assets to make it happen. What if the Suns actually went through with this proposed three-way trade sending Jackson and Eric Bledsoe away?…
 
In Episode 720, Sean, Katie and Vivek team up on the Zoom for another round of mailbag question answering. In part one of two, they address questions about how they'll celebrate the first anniversary of the Raptors winning the title, which Raptors would be well-suited to hosting off-season charity games, and which members of the title team are in l…
 
Our listeners have enjoyed our What If series here on the podcast, so we’re back with another one that could have changed everything in the Ryan McDonough era. What if LaMarcus Aldridge signs a four-year max contract with the Suns in 2015? The plan for Phoenix was to sign Tyson Chandler alongside Aldridge, but a last-minute change led him to San An…
 
In Episode 719, Sean and Vivek discuss the growing momentum for an NBA return in a Disneyland bubble, and a pair of playoff formats that have been proposed. First, they try to determine whether or not it's even smart for the league to post up at Disney. Next they debate the pros and cons of seeding the postseason 1 through 16 and doing away with co…
 
Are we closing in on watching NBA basketball once more for the 2019-20 season? It’s pointing in that direction, as the latest news from insiders suggest some form of a season will happen in Florida later this summer. The question is, how could the Suns get involved? Would the play-in tournament or 82-game format make the most sense? Instead of Las …
 
In Episode 718, Sean and Vivek Jacob discuss what might have happened had Jorge Garbajosa's rookie season in Toronto not been cut short by a catastrophic knee injury. They ponder whether the Raps might have beaten a top-heavy Nets team in the opening round with Garbo in the lineup, and how a potential second-round series with LeBron's Cavs may have…
 
For our next What If episode, we go back into the vault. During the first year Phoenix was awarded an expansion franchise, a generational talent was available in the 1969 draft. Between the downtrodden Milwaukee Bucks and the expansion Suns, both had the chance to land UCLA’s Lew Alcindor (aka Kareem Abdul-Jabbar) at No. 1 overall. Unfortunately fo…
 
In Episode 718, Sean is joined by Raptors 905 assistant coach and new head coach of the CEBL's Hamilton Honey Badgers. Sean and Ryan start off by discussing the reasons why Canada's fledgling pro league appealed to him as a place to take the next step in his career and the relationship he has with fellow 905 assistant and Guelph Nighthawks head coa…
 
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