The Podcast Page

USA Basketball & Our Natural Resources

How will the New USA Basketball tournaments and events affect the current state of grassroots basketball? Who will ultimately benefit? Are you really ready to give up your own Natural Resources (Your Kids) for others to control and benefit from? 

Ladies Night – We Talk About Everything!

Hear for yourself, the thoughts, analogies, opinions, and outright facts from these three women of color as they discuss sports, raising children, their expectations, dealing with others expectations, being politically correct, and an abundance more. This was a great conversation with Bee Scott, Kim Williams, and Na’Kea Bonnor. Connor Bonnor….What a great name! 

HBCU History & Stephen A. updates

This is another eye opening topic that shows the importance of HBCU’s and many peoples lack of knowledge on their incredible history. Lowe openly expresses his lack of knowledge of what an HBCU is and their history. One thing for certain, he is open and willing to learn more about them and their importance. Lowe and Mo also talk about the 4 Primary Principles that are needed in the Black Community.

1. The Attached Family
2. Use of Banks
3. The Church
4. Ownership of grocery stores and gas stations.

Come on in and help Lowe to get educated. Oh! And they guys even talk a little about Stephen A. Smith and his antics.

Rod Strickland / NBA Legend

Rod Strickland takes us on an incredible journey from the Mitchell Projects in Bronx, NY, DePaul University, to being drafted  to the New York Knicks behind Rookie of the Year Marc Jackson, and more. What will Marc Jackson say about “the almost fight”? How did he handle Patrick Ewing? Was there a beef with Charles Oakley? How Clyde Drexler called a meeting to get something off of his chest. The many lessons that Rod learned from John Calipari, including the rigorous transition of turning from player to coach. Rod’s thoughts on Derrick Rose as a Freshman for Memphis Tigers. Rod’s thoughts on AAU Basketball, Rankings, Coaching and more!!! Come on in and enjoy this conversation.