Hang Time Podcast (Episode 142) Featuring TNT And NBA TV’s Chris Webber And Longtime ‘Voice of the Pacers’ Mark Boyle

HANG TIME HEADQUARTERS — Who’s that peeking in the window, Kobe Bryant?

From a distance, some would say it looks a little like Father Time.

Chris Webber, knows what it feels like, too, having piled up the accolades during a star-studded NBA career that spanned nearly two decades, only to succumb (like so many) to FT on his way out of the league. So when he says he had to turn off the TV as he watched Oklahoma City All-Stars Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook attack a defenseless Kobe or that he sees things in Kobe’s game right now that make him pause, we should all listen up and take note of his observations.

Same goes for his insights on Mike Woodson and the New York Knicks, life after basketball and host of other topics that he was kind enough to discuss with us on Episode 142 of the Hang Time Podcast. Our last show of the calendar year also features the longtime “Voice of the Pacers,” Mark Boyle, who shares his insights and wisdom about one of hottest teams in the league.

Toss in Lang Whitaker’s sit down with Will Ferrell and the cast of Anchorman 2, and we should have you covered on Episode 142 of the Hang Time Podcast featuring Chris Webber and Mark J. Boyle.


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 NBA.com’s All-Ball Blog and renaissance man 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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  2. Critiq says:

    At age 35, father time for Kobe? Damn!!! Jordan got his last 3 rings starting at age 33. Last Ring at age 35.

  3. sam says:

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  4. TRIPWWG says:

    I say the coach has to be accountable. I think the Knicks have enough pieces to be better than Washington and Atlanta. If they can get into a groove on the court and develop a style of play I think they can contest the Pacers and the Heat. However the way they are utilizing their roster cannot contribute to winning games consistently. The way they run offense they are defeating themselves. I say that is on the coach, If he cant get it done, After Xmas, before the New Year, replace him. Its not like they are worried about their salary with the looming contracts they have. So I say make a change, chop it up to bad coaching as the reason for a slow start. GIve the new coach a crutch by making the Kyle Lowry trade, and give the team a fair chance at reaching their potential.