Hang Time Podcast (Episode 103) Featuring TNT’s Kevin Harlan and NBA TV’s Brent Barry

HANG TIME HEADQUARTERS — A healthy civil discourse and creative storytelling are staples of our operation here at the Hang Time Podcast. We make it a point to do as much of both on a weekly basis, whether there are live microphones involved or not.

Solving mysteries, however, is a little something new. And we tackle two huge head-scratchers on Episode 103 of the Hang Time Podcast, featuring special guests Kevin Harlan of TNT and Brent Barry of NBA TV.

Harlan was in New Orleans working as a radio play-by-play man for the Super Bowl and there were rumblings (we blamed it on Reggie Miller and Steve Kerr, but the truth is yet another mystery for someone to solve) when the lights went out in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.

Barry, an old friend of the program and a longtime HT Fave, did his best to help us solve the mystery that is Dwight Howard, whose playing days with Kobe Bryant, Steve Nash and the rest of the Los Angeles Lakers haven’t come closet to anyone’s expectations from a group that was expected to contend for a championship this season.

These, are just two of the many issues discussed on Episode 103 of the Hang Time Podcast, a must-listen if you’re interested all in finally getting some answers to those nagging questions that have been bothering you.


As always, we welcome your feedback. You can follow the entire crew, including the Hang Time Podcast, co-hosts Sekou Smith of NBA.com,  Lang Whitaker of SLAM Magazine and Rick Fox of NBA TV, as well as our new super producer Gregg (just like Popovich) Waigand and the best engineer in the business, Jarell “I Heart Peyton Manning” Wall.

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  1. Joshua Greenfarb says:

    The fact that moderation wouldn’t allow a couple of my controversial posts right here … proves I’m at least partially correct. The Lakers do have something to hide. They don’t want word to get out or any attention given to how they cheat — such as possibly bribing in exchange for wins.

    If there was nothing to hide, who cares about my conspiracy theories?


  2. Jew94 says:

    I don’t know if it’s just me, but I haven’t been able to get any of the podcasts via iTunes since Ep 99