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Best Enes Kanter podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Enes Kanter podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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“Pod Save America” cohost Tommy Vietor thought foreign policy was boring and complicated until he got the education of a lifetime working for President Obama’s National Security Council. On “Pod Save the World,” he and former deputy national security adviser Ben Rhodes break down the latest developments and bring you behind the scenes with the people who were there. New episodes every Wednesday.
 
Every week Chris Hayes asks the big questions that keep him up at night. How do we make sense of this unprecedented moment in world history? Why is this (all) happening? This podcast starts to answer these questions. Writers, experts, and thinkers who are also trying to get to the bottom of them join Chris to break it all down and help him get a better night’s rest. “Why is this Happening?” is presented by MSNBC and NBCNews Think.
 
The Garden Report is CLNS Media's High Definition video broadcast from the TD Garden for every single Boston Celtics game. Network personalities Jeff Goodman, Mike Petraglia, Nick Gelso, Josue Pavon, Jared Weiss, Jimmy Toscano, and Chris Grenham provide panel discussions, locker room reports and full press conferences all in HD. Available on iTunes, Stitcher and youtube.com/CLNSMedia
 
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2:30- Enes explains what Celtics players have been working on since returning to practice 9:00- Enes addresses rumors of players not wanting to play 13:00- What will it be like to share a hotel with opposing teams? 15:30- Enes says he will support any teammate who choses not to play 19:00- Enes on being 1 year away from becoming an American citizen…
 
On this weeks episode of RT, JB Bickerstaff makes a return to RT - and this time, it is on land. Last time JB stopped by the crew was on a boat and JB was coming off his time as interim HD with The Houston Rockets. Now as Head Coach of the Cleveland Cavaliers JB weighs in on the latest with the Cavs, the possibility of a 2nd bubble, the bright futu…
 
Literally no one is surprised that Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has contracted COVID, and how Sweden’s terrible response could help us move past the broken debate about reopening our economy. Mysterious explosions at military sites in Iran. Garbage right-wing outlets publish fake news by fake people. Joe Biden’s diplomatic style. China’s lega…
 
Dr. Carl Hart wants to challenge the way you think about drugs. As a neuroscientist studying the effects drugs have on the brain, a lot of Dr. Hart's research undercuts some of the most pervasive stories we’ve been told about drugs. How much of our reaction to illicit drug use is based in the pharmacological facts versus social coding and moral jud…
 
Explosive reports that the Russia military has been paying Taliban-linked militants to kill US forces in Afghanistan. Tommy and Ben try to figure out why Russia would do this and how the US should respond. China ends Hong Kong’s independence. The LGBT community is under attack in Chechnya. Social media platforms crack down on hate speech. A new str…
 
As protesters across the country continue to march in the wake of the death of George Floyd, a new scrutiny has been placed on our current policing system. Public sentiment has largely swung in favor of police reform, and many would recognize that the current system is in serious need of fixing, if not broken. So, what should be the role of police …
 
Well, holy shit, the New England Patriots found their replacement for the Tom Brady... & it is former-MVP Cam Newton. George & Sami of That Being Said Pod are back for Episode 624... Cam Newton couldn't find a place to pay, he got some weird bad reputation just because he had a few injuries. Reminding Sami of Russell Westbrook in the NBA. This is w…
 
It can be expected that when Cam Newton enters the New England Patriots' locker room he will command respect, and most likely the starting quarterback role. The 31-year-old former NFL MVP has nine years of starting experience, which clearly gives him an edge over sophomore Jarrett Stidham. Sierra Goodwill and Evan Lazar discuss whether or not the s…
 
The New England Patriots are signing former NFL MVP quarterback, Cam Newton, to a one-year deal, Adam Schefter reported Sunday night. Newton has agreed to a bare-minimum deal with a base salary of $1.05 million, which can reach $7.5 million with all the incentives. This creates a low-risk, high-reward situation for the Patriots. Newton joins Jarret…
 
The New England Patriots put themselves in a low-risk, high-reward situation by signing Cam Newton to a one-year, minimum deal. The former NFL MVP hasn't played up to that caliber since 2015 and has suffered a few injuries since. However, if he can channel some of the magic from that MVP season it could have serious payoff. Sierra Goodwill and Evan…
 
The NBA and NBPA finalized a comprehensive plan for the restart of the 2019-20 season in Orlando. However, it also came out on Friday that 16 of 302 players tested positive for COVID-19. This comes after many players have also decided to opt out of the restart for varying reasons and the state of Florida's major surge in coronavirus cases. Sierra G…
 
The 2019-20 NBA season is unprecedented. A four month hiatus due to a global pandemic, only to have the season resumed in a bubble without fans, a shortened regular season and altered playoff format. With all of these factors under consideration, will the 2019-20 NBA Champion have an asterisk text to their name? Sierra Goodwill, Mike Petraglia and …
 
Liverpool broke one of the biggest droughts in sports today, so we talked some of the biggest droughts that still exist in sports. George & Sami of That Being Said Pod are back for Episode 623... Baseball is back, its fun, it's quick and it will be spontaneous. After talking about the biggest droughts in sports we ending up discussing what this bas…
 
On this weeks episode, the trip recaps the week that was. Both Richard and Channing give their fatherly advice fresh of Fathers Day weekend, Richard shares his favorite message he received has he rang in a new year in the books, and the crew debuts their new segment: Trippin' or Not. Allie gives the guys 5 Hot Takes from the previous week in the sp…
 
Tommy and Ben talk through some of the explosive revelations in John Bolton’s book, from supporting the construction of concentration camps in China, to thinking it would be “cool” to invade Venezuela to his approach to North Korea and Iran. They also cover news about climate change, Chinese cyberattacks, the ongoing saga of Capt Crozier, the lates…
 
What are you prepared to dismantle? What are you prepared to build? As we witness this nationwide reckoning on racial disparities in America, these are the questions Sherrilyn Ifill, President of the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, wants us to ask ourselves. In her work, she sees how the strength of each movement is built atop the ones that have come bef…
 
We have some soccer back, and things are moving towards the NBA being back soon, so life is getting better, but we still have a ways to go! George & Sami of That Being Said Pod are back for Episode 622... Today we started of course talking about siblings, as the Jarjour Brother's we will start every episode with a story about siblings. Then we got …
 
Prior to the NBA season shutting down due to Coronavirus, Jayson Tatum of the Celtics had emerged as the team's top scorer and one of the best young player's in the league. As the time to head down to Orlando approaches, some reports have surfaced that Tatum is weary of heading down over concerns as his contract extension looms. Is Tatum's concern …
 
[arve url="https://dai.ly/x7uitt1" /] Kyrie Irving has been one of the most outspoken NBA player's speaking out against player's returning to Orlando to finish the season inside of the bubble. Irving, who is already out for the season due to injury, has expressed concerns primarily regarding the ongoing fight for social justice in the country. Is K…
 
The NBA released their 113-page safety protocol manual in anticipation of resuming the season inside of the 'bubble' at Walt Disney World in Orlando. The document included some rather strict guidelines that players and personell entering the bubble will be forced to adhere by. The question now becomes whether or not those in attendance will actuall…
 
On this edition of RT, the trio gathers to discuss the latest within the NBA World. Both Richard and Channing weigh in on how they feel about the discussions and decisions that are going on within the League, recap what a former teammate of theirs and current player feels about what is going on in our country and his response. They also give the la…
 
An attack on press freedom in the Philippines and what it could mean for the future of their democracy. The two year anniversary of the US-North Korea Singapore summit. Right-wing zealots take over the Voice of America. Fighting between China and India and updates out of Russia. The US threatens to sanction the International Criminal Court (huh?), …
 
If you want to understand the conversation around abolishing the police, you should start here. We can’t think of a better time for an encore presentation of this 2019 episode with Mariame Kaba on how to radically rethink our approach to public safety and what it would look like if we got rid of the criminal justice system as we know it. What if we…
 
Sam Packard is joined by Matthew Segal, the Legal Director of the ACLU Massachusetts to discuss the systemic problems in the criminal justice system beyond police brutality. The two examine the role of prosecutors and the courts, before diving into a broader discussion about the effectiveness of incremental reform. Finally, Sam and Matt talk about …
 
Things feel as if they might be kicking back up in the world of sports and we are just doing are best to stay busy while we wait! George & Sami of That Being Said Pod are back for Episode 621... Ryan Hollins spent 10 years of is career in the NBA playing for various teams, but he knew early on he wanted to set himself up for a future in the media b…
 
There still isn't much going on in the sports world, but we sure are missing it. George & Sami of That Being Said Pod are back for Episode 620... we decided to pretend the NBA hit the re-shift button tomorrow, and we go one by one redrafting the entire NBA in 2020. This is for the longterm, not just one year. Brought to you by Sports ON Tap (SONT) …
 
Tommy and Ben examine how other countries structure and run their police forces to see if there are policies or tactics the US can adopt to improve outcomes. New data suggests that claims of election fraud in Bolivia were wrong. Why the possibility of creating a Palestinian state is in jeopardy. The international movement to get rid of racist statu…
 
The NBA is back, but not without serious health precautions. Boston Celtics center Enes Kanter shared a video on social media on Friday of him getting a COVID-19 test before entering the team facilities. This is the reality of all NBA players in order for the resumption of the 2019-20 season to be possible. The league expects training camps to begi…
 
If you listen to anyone about this time of rage and grief and action, make it Pulitzer-Prize winning journalist Trymaine Lee. From his origins reporting on police and crime in Philadelphia to his nights covering Ferguson in 2014 to his Emmy Award-winning work on the lasting trauma of the violence in Chicago, Lee offers a raw and insightful perspect…
 
A bit of a different speed. A bit of a different episode and deservedly so. The crew came together to address a very important topic on this episode of RT: the state of our country. Richard and Channing react to what has taken place over the last ten days from a world perspective but also from a sports eyes view. They weigh in on the latest with Dr…
 
1:00- Enes recaps his trip back to Boston and involvement in peaceful protests 5:00- Enes on how proud he was of his teammates support in protest of George Floyd’s death 10:30- Brad Stevens is like the Dad of the Celtics big family 14:50- Enes reaction to the NBA returning to play & the format 19:00- Will the Celtics be more focused than other team…
 
The NBA is headed to Disney World! The leagues Board of Governors voted to approve the 22-team format and start date of July 31 down in Orlando to finish out the 2019-20 season. While most professional leagues are taking major steps towards resuming their seasons, the MLB is looking bleak. Ongoing disagreement between owners and players has halted …
 
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