Hang Time Podcast (Episode 123): Featuring Brad Turner Of The Los Angeles Times

HANG TIME HEADQUARTERS — The 2012-13 season came to a spectacularly thrilling end on the court with the Miami Heat repeating as NBA champions by prevailing over the  San Antonio Spurs in an epic seven-game series, which is exactly the way you want a season to end.

But we are far from finished here at the hideout. Not only do we have to analyze what went on in The Finals (the legacies of LeBron James, Tim Duncan, Dwyane Wade, Tony Parker, Chris Bosh and Manu Ginobili were all on the line, Gregg Popovich and Erik Spoelstra, too) we’ve also got the Draft on tap Thursday night from Brooklyn and the latest twists and turns on the coaching carousel (Doc Rivers from Boston to the LA Clippers as head coach and senior vice president of basketball operations, Brian Shaw from Indiana to Denver and Dave Joerger making the 18-inch move from assistant to head coach in Memphis).

Our main man Brad Turner, a HT fave (that’s him on the intro) and the Clippers beat writer for The Los Angeles Times, has been all over the Rivers/Clippers story and joins us to help break down how it all came together … why getting Doc is so crucial to the Clippers keeping Chris Paul in free agency and how this teams will morph from the talented but suspect group we’ve watched the past two seasons into championship material worthy of a city that recognizes rings and nothing less.

You get all of that and so much more on Episode 123 of the Hang Time Podcast … 

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2 Comments

  1. Rico says:

    Spurs are here to stay specially if they sign Andre Iguodala..

  2. ZULU says:

    I’m afraid that my fav team the LAKERS are going to miss out on all the happenings by staying the course, Found the discussion about LBJ to be very mature. The number of folks who dislike him still amazes me and all attempts to minimize his superior talent is baffling. The breakdown of the games six & seven by the podcast crew was one of the most sensible I have heard. Brad Turner was very good also and timely with the westward shift of Rivers & Shaw. The good works you guys are doing are deserving of a broader reach, keep it up…….