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All Ball with Doug Gottlieb is part of the Colin Cowherd Podcast Network. All Ball is an unfiltered podcast covering the biggest stories in college basketball and the NBA. Join Doug as he brings his unique perspective as an TV analyst and radio host. In each episode, Doug will give his opinions and discuss the top stories in the NBA and college basketball. Follow Doug on twitter at @GottliebShow and go to theherdnow.com to find the latest content.
 
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In the wake of Tyler Herro looking like the best offensive player Miami has seen since some guy decided to go back home to Cleveland, the question becomes what players have helped themselves the most in the bubble, and in the playoffs in particular? Not coincidentally, Miami and Denver have a lot of those players. Kurt Helin and Dan Feldman of NBC …
 
In this episode, Doug explains why he doesn't think Allen Iverson's legacy is above questioning and the viability of college hoop regional bubbles to get through the season. Author Jeff Pearlman joins the pod to discuss his new book 'Three Ring Circus' which gives an unprecedented inside look at the Shaq/Kobe Lakers dynasty. Make sure you download,…
 
In this episode, Doug explains why the Celtics reported locker room shouting match between Jaylen Brown and Marcus Smart isn't a big deal, and why LeBron should be the MVP over Giannis. 'Whistleblower' podcast host Tim Livingston on his pod's in-depth investigation into disgraced former ref Tim Donaghy's game fixing scandal and if it ran deeper tha…
 
What happened to a Clippers team that played like it was entitled to a trip to the Finals? Does the gritty, surprising Denver team that came back on Utah and the Clippers have a chance against LeBron James and the Lakers? Seriously, what happened to the Clippers? Kurt Helin and Dan Feldman of NBC Sports discuss all of that, plus get into the start …
 
Click here to subscribe and download all of the latest Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre podcasts! On today's episode, Jason verbally destroys Kawhi Leonard, Doc Rivers and Paul George after the Los Angeles Clippers folded like a cheap tent in Game 7 of their series against the Denver Nuggets. How the heck did the Paper Clips manage to blow a 3-1 l…
 
In this episode, Doug explains why there would be no going back from a Coach K proposed all inclusive 2021 NCAA Tournament, gives his analysis of the Lakers and Clippers Western Conference Semifinals performances so far, and previews what seems like their inevitable WCF matchup. Oregon St. Asst. - and brother - Gregg Gottlieb joins the pod to discu…
 
In this episode, Doug discusses James Harden fading down the stretch in the playoffs again, why the Nets hired Steve Nash because he has Kyrie and KD's respect, not because of white privilege. He also talks with NBA mental coach - and nephew of Raptors HC Nick Nurse - David Nurse on playoff mindset and confidence sustaining techniques. Oregon St. A…
 
On today's episode, Jason takes Doc Rivers and the Los Angeles Clippers to task for their goonish play thus far during the playoffs and explains why history tells us that roughing up the opposition (Hello, 2008 Boston Celtics!) is the only way Kawhi Leonard and the boys are going to win an NBA championship this season. Jason also explains why Jayso…
 
In this episode, Doug discusses the players boycotting games and why cancelling the season would be a brutal business hit. This week's guest is Pistons Guard and 7-year NBA vet Langston Galloway. He tells Doug what it's like being on the outside of the bubble looking in, why the bubble offensive numbers have been so eye-popping, his path from Baton…
 
In this episode, Doug discusses the dip in NBA bubble ratings, and gives his analysis on the early first round performances from the Lakers, Clippers and Bucks. NBC Sports lead NBA writer Kurt Heslin and FS1 contributor and host of the Straight Fire pod, Jason McIntyre, break down the first round matchups and discuss top prospects heading into the …
 
The ping-pong balls bounced the Minnesota Timberwolves way, they now have the No. 1 pick in the 2020 NBA Draft. Now what? Do they take Anthony Edwards or LaMelo Ball, seemingly the consensus top two picks? Do either of them fit next to D'Angelo Russell at the point, and with Karl-Anthony Towns at center? Just how bad would Minnesota's defense be wi…
 
In this episode, Doug discusses Damian Lillard exploding for back-to-back 50+ point games after beef with Paul George and Patrick Beverly, and why no frills "hoop guys" are thriving in the bubble. Gottlieb is joined by former Penn State 3x All-Big 10 guard Pete Lisicky on his hoops background growing up in Pennsylvania, thriving at non-hoops power …
 
In this episode, Doug discusses the first official week of the bubble, including the surprising Suns, the Clippers still sleepwalking the Lakers' limitations, and if anyone can challenge the Bucks in the East. He also gives his take on the Pac-12 athletes' #WeAreUnited demands and why he thinks the NIL debate overestimates the value of the average …
 
What is life like inside the NBA's restart campus at the Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, is it all just basketball and Mickey-shaped ice cream bars? Mark Medina of the USA Today is one of the reporters in the bubble and he spoke with Kurt Helin in this latest PBT Podcast about life and food in the bubble. They also discussed the scrimmage game…
 
In this episode, Doug explains why with Kyle Kuzma is the key to the Lakers' title hopes, and why it's too early to give up on Ben Simmons' three-point shooting. The 5 Tournament director Jerry Costello discusses the challenges of putting on a hoops tournament in during COVID. Make sure you download, rate and subscribe here to get the latest All Ba…
 
Which team is going to win it all? Which is the biggest threat Milwaukee and Giannis Antetokounmpo in the East? Which team will be the biggest surprise? Can anyone catch Memphis for the eighth seed? The NBA is back and Kurt Helin and Dan Feldman from NBC Sports make their restart predictions on all of that and more in this podcast, plus they talk a…
 
In this episode, Doug talks with 12-year NBA veteran Amir Johnson about being one of the last players to go straight from high school to the pros, if he'd do it again, why he didn't mind going to the D-League early on in his career, why he respects Brad Stevens, his philosophy for guarding LeBron, KD, and Giannis, Joel Embiid's potential, why Ben S…
 
In this episode, Doug discusses the impact of the Lakers losing Rajon Rondo, and if Alex Caruso can fill the void. This week longtime Knicks and Bulls power forward Charles Oakley joins Doug to discuss breaking into the NBA with the Bulls, the shock of getting traded to the Knicks, his blunt criticism of Patrick Ewing, thoughts on The Last Dance, a…
 
In this episode, Doug discusses expectations for the NBA bubble, and the impact of 'The Decision' on its 10th anniversary, and top 2021 top recruits with Rivals analyst Eric Bossi. Make sure you download, rate and subscribe here to get the latest All Ball Podcasts! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers…
 
In this episode, Doug breaks down the biggest storylines as the NBA Playoff 'bubble' approaches, and is joined by 247 recruiting analyst Brian Snow to discuss the commitment of 2022 top prospect Emoni Bates, and 2020 5-star Makur Maker spurning the power 5 schools for HBCU Howard, and if either will actually go to college. Make sure you download, r…
 
Trickeration is a weekly show that breaks down the boldest and craziest acts of deception in sports. Brought to you by iHeartMedia, each show will feature interviews with principle participants in these sporty schemes and deep dives into how and why these attempts to unlevel the playing field ultimately succeeded or failed. Sportswriter Matt Waxman…
 
In this episode, Doug explains why he thinks the NBA's Disney World bubble plan continues to look like a bad idea, and why he he's struggling to understand Avery Bradley's mixed messaging for not wanting to play when the NBA season resumes. He's also joined by Maryland Head Coach Mark Turgeon to discuss playing at Kansas and coaching under Larry Br…
 
In this episode, Doug is joined by Tulsa Head Coach Frank Haith who discusses how he's been talking to his players about George Floyd, the nationwide protests, how he landed at Tulsa after stops at Miami and Missouri, why he went all-in on small ball at Mizzou, and why he felt his Tulsa team was ready to make some noise in the tournament. Recruitin…
 
The NBA is back! Or will be in July, at least, when 22 teams report to Orlando to play in a format that will see eight "seeding" games followed by potential play-in games for the eighth seed. After that it's a regular playoffs — no 1-16 seed but still East and West — with seven-game series each round. Kurt Helin, Dan Feldman, and Keith Smith break …
 
In this episode, Doug is joined by former NFL Pro Bowl wide receiver TJ Houshmandzadeh discusses his personal experiences with being racially profiled by police, his turbulent upbringing, including dropping out of high school, selling drugs, and making it to the NFL by way of Oregon St. with Chad Ochocinco. Make sure you download, rate and subscrib…
 
For the third straight season, Rob Dauster of College Basketball Talk collaborated with Kurt Helin of Pro Basketball Talk for a full mock draft. Rob knows the prospects better than anyone. Kurt knows the teams and their needs better than anyone. The result is a unique listening experience breaking down who will be picked where based on fit. The fir…
 
In this episode, Doug reflects on the passing of his former Oklahoma State Coach Eddie Sutton, and is joined by longtime sportswriter Jack McCallum to discuss his new Dream Team Tapes podcast, featuring exclusive interviews with members of the team he covered, and the smoking gun evidence on the tapes of Michael Jordan's snub of Isiah Thomas. Make …
 
In this episode, Doug gives his final thoughts on The Last Dance, including Scottie Pippen and Horace Grant's complaints about the doc. This week's guest is former Western Michigan Head Coach Steve Hawkins, who reflects on his time coaching the Broncos, what's next, and one of his first jobs driving legendary UCLA coach John Wooden around. Make sur…
 
In this episode, Doug is joined by his older brother - and Oregon State Assistant Coach - Gregg Gottlieb to discuss their impressions from The Last Dance as it heads into the final episodes, including the first unfiltered look at MJ's leadership style, and look head to 'The Flu Game' and 'The Shot' against the Jazz in the finale. Make sure you down…
 
In this episode, Doug is joined by all-time NBA and broadcasting legend Charles Barkley for an extended, unfiltered conversation on why he thinks the NBA should cancel the season, the The Last Dance good and bad, if he resents Bobby Knight for cutting him from the 1984 Olympic team, why Dream Team II was a nightmare, why he doesn't believe in the G…
 
In this episode, Doug gives his take on episodes 3 and 4 The Last Dance featuring Dennis Rodman and Phil Jackson, and is joined by college basketball analysts Andy Katz and Jeff Goodman to discuss the recent trend of top high school recruits choosing the G-League over college hoops, and what the new NCAA name, image, likeness rules mean in terms of…
 
In this episode, Doug points out how The Last Dance Jordan documentary conveniently leaves out Scottie Pippen's role in his falling out with the Bulls, and why documentaries are always slanted to one side. His guest this week is 4-time NBA All-Star Mark Price, who discusses watching the evolution of Michael Jordan from college to the NBA, his battl…
 
To get inside the Jordan-era Bulls and the documentary The Last Dance, we went to the guy who wrote the book on Jordan. Literally. Author Roland Lazenby wrote "Blood on the Horns" about these very 1997-98 Bulls, plus he wrote "Michael Jordan: The Life" and he joined Kurt Helin of NBC Sports this week. They talk about the tension on that team with G…
 
In this episode, Doug discusses the post-pandemic viability of the G-League, and why he thinks it's so uncertain. His guest this week is basketball writer Andy Glockner discusses his book Chasing Perfection, which looks behind the scenes at how NBA franchises are building teams in the analytics era, the debate about finishing the season, and the ma…
 
LeBron James or Giannis Antetokounmpo for MVP? Zion Williamson or Ja Morant for Rookie of the Year? Can Rudy Gobert three-peat as Defensive Player of the Year? The entire team at NBC Sports' NBA page — Kurt Helin, Dan Feldman, and Keith Smith — talk about their picks for end-of-season awards, and the controversy isn't always where fans might expect…
 
In this episode, Doug is joined by legendary former Wisconsin Head Coach Bo Ryan on his Pennsylvania hoops upbringing and path from coaching junior high school, to winning DIII titles at Wisconsin-Platteville, to becoming the winningest coach in Wisconsin history, if he would change anything about how he coached the 2015 title game against Duke, an…
 
In this episode, Doug gives his review of 'The Scheme' HBO documentary detailing Christian Dawkins and the FBI pay for play investigation, why he doesn't understand people who see Dawkins as a hero, and how college hoops budgets will take a hit from the pandemic shutdown. This week's guest is Loyola Marymount Head Coach Stan Johnson who discusses e…
 
Should Anthony Edwards be the No. 1 pick? Or James Wiseman? How would Obi Toppin fit with the Warriors? More importantly, how is anyone preparing for a draft when nobody knows when it will take place? Rob Dauster of NBC Sports joins Kurt Helin to discuss what they know and don't know about the 2020 NBA Draft, starting with nobody knowing when it wi…
 
In this episode, Doug explains why he doesn't think the idea of allowing a Coronavirus redshirt for seniors is realistic. His guest is Wyoming Head Coach Jeff Linder who discusses playing against Chauncey Billups while growing up in Colorado, finding Damian Lillard as an assistant at Weber State, building a winning Northern Colorado program, and hi…
 
In this episode, Doug is joined by Baylor Head coach Scott Drew, who reacts to the abrupt end of the college basketball season from the COVID-19 pandemic and how his players are handling the layoff. He also discusses growing up as the son of longtime college hoops coach Homer Drew, playing at Butler, coaching under his dad, his younger brother Bryc…
 
In this episode, Doug is joined by his brother - and Oregon State Assistant Coach - Gregg Gottlieb to look back at their favorite March Madness memories growing up, and participating in the tournament as players and coaches. Make sure you download, rate and subscribe here to get the latest All Ball Podcasts! Learn more about your ad-choices at http…
 
What if the NBA added two new teams this summer, an expansion rebirth of the Seattle Supersonics plus the Flint Tropics? What would that expansion draft look like? What players would teams protect, and could players like Blake Griffin, Gordon Hayward, and Kevin Love be on the move? Kurt Helin, Dan Feldman, and Keith Smith of NBC Sports perform just…
 
This week, Gottlieb discusses the vacant hole where March Madness normally exists, and talks with Fox Sports College Hoops Analyst Aaron Torres on the complete shutdown of college hoops and why there will be very little coaching movement during an uncertain offseason. Make sure you download, rate and subscribe here to get the latest All Ball Podcas…
 
The NBA has hit pause on its season after Utah's Rudy Gobert — and later, teammate Donovan Mitchell — tested positive for coronavirus. Now what happens? Is the season shortened, do they just resume where they are, and what could this mean for the draft, Summer League, and the Olympics? What will the reduction in income to the league mean to the sal…
 
This week, Gottlieb looks at the NCAA's decision to play tournament games without fans due to concerns about the spread of the corona virus, and the new "normal" in the new sports world. He also looks at LeBron's recent MVP level performances, and why he should be the favorite over Giannis. This week's guest is Belmont Head Coach Casey Alexander wh…
 
This week, Gottlieb thinks we're watching the next Larry Bird and Barkley in Luka Doncic and Zion Williamson, why he believes Dayton deserves a #1 seed. This week's guest is Big Ten Network host and play-by-play announcer Dave Revsine looks at some of the top teams as the conference tournament play approaches, the case for Iowa's Luka Garza as nati…
 
In this episode, Gottlieb thinks Jayson Tatum's superstar coming out season makes the Celtics the favorite heading into the Eastern Conference playoffs, and gives his current NCAA Tourney #1 seeds, Today's guest is attorney and author Danny Tarkanian, who discusses his recent book Rebel with a Cause, and his father, legendary UNLV coach Jerry Tarka…
 
This week, Gottlieb explains why he disagrees that there are no great college teams this season, why he likes what Mick Cronin is doing at UCLA, and why he's not blown away by Cole Anthony. This week's guest is former Ohio State walk-on, basketball writer and host of the Titus and Tate podcast, Mark Titus. He discusses following Greg Oden from thei…
 
This week, Gottlieb gives his take on the Clippers landing Reggie Jackson, and talks with Richmond Head Coach Chris Mooney discusses overcoming the loss of his father to eventually playing for legendary Princeton coach Pete Carril, to moving up the coaching ranks and eventually taking over his own program at Richmond. Make sure you download, rate a…
 
This week, Gottlieb looks back at the NBA Dunk Contest Controversy, and explains why LeBron should be named MVP. His guest this week is Wizards rookie Garrison Matthews, who discusses his path from small school Lipscomb to the NBA, leading them to the NCAA Tourney for the first time, how he improved his game to get on the NBA radar, going from undr…
 
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