Hang Time Podcast (Episode 36)

HANG TIME HEADQUARTERS — When you want answers, real answers, to those burning questions that make the basketball world go ’round, you have to go to the best.

And in the event that you can’t do that, we’ll do that for you here as we did on Episode 36 of the Hang Time Podcast. Yahoo! Sports NBA columnist and best-selling author Adrian Wojnarowski joined us on an action-packed show where we tackled the Mavericks, Heat, Lakers, Celtics, Spurs, Knicks, the ongoing saga that is Carmelo Anthony‘s season in Denver, Donald Sterling‘s courtside demeanor and so much more.


We also had another special guest, our main man and NBA TV’s very own “3D” Dennis Scott, who made his way to the studio this week, adding his signature flavor to the show.

As always, we welcome your feedback. You can follow the entire crew, including the Hang Time Podcast Lang Whitaker of SLAM Magazine, our super producer Micah Hart of NBA.com’s All Ball Blog and your host Sekou Smith on Twitter.

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  1. ZULU says:

    Excellent podcast. Love the comments and analysis mixed with the blended views of all you guys who work at this essentially twenty-four seven. It helps those of us to become “experts” at the barbershops, gyms, in family rooms and sports bars. Keep the Hang-Time podcast coming.

  2. Hakeem says:

    Big THX to you Hangtime team – I heard this stream for the first time it is just great !

    thx for cooking my day !

    ps:where can i get all podcasts ?

  3. cypressheart says:

    To make a long story short, New York Knicks is the future and Denver is the past. One team is going up and the other is going down. Melo knows that if he comes to New York, they can possibly build a dynasty and why wouldn’t he want to be apart of that especially in his hometown that most of his and his new wife’s family live. Me personally couldn’t pass that up for anything. Even players have favorite teams that they love their whole lives, just like us. And Melo’s is the Knicks.

  4. sameer says:

    Great show. Adrian is one of the worst columnists ever and his ignorance showed when he made silly comments as Usual on who should win mvp. All he does is wait for moments when stars are not performing and going through a week point in their season and then roll out a silly unnecessary hate article.

    • michael s says:

      i beleave melo and studimiere would be a great combo not like their both ball hogs and new york is deff the new building dysnty you have gallinori and adimir soon to be melo and maybe chris paul i think all three of these guys are a better combo then james,bosh,wade all three of those guys are power shooters, also james cant except the fact that miami is wade arena not labrons i think the knicks have a better run in the long run then miami heat does

  5. beast@bball says:

    i dont understand why carmelo would want to leave denver because this team is the same team as the cavs with lebron, they have the perimeter shooters and the post presences and they are maybe just as good but going to new york to build another big three with carmelo, amare, and CP3 is a bad idea i think personally

    • Mr Ken says:

      i think your from denver and you dont wanna see your team look like the cavs which they should

    • derp says:

      …because JR Smith, Nene and Afflalo are all leaving after this season when their contracts expire. Chauncey might be shipped out soon and Carmelo doesn’t want to be part of a rebuilding project.

  6. fedex says:

    BEST show