Live from Samsung NBA Summer League, The Starters put Lakers’ rookie Julius Randle to the test as he plays the “Kobe Superfan Trivia Challenge.” All that, plus Lance Stephenson’s surprise move to Charlotte, Summer League highlights, and Adam Silver’s mid-season tournament proposal.
Trey Burke vs. Trey Kerby, an epic matchup five months in the making, settled once and for all in the Las Vegas heat.
Then after the jump, get familiar with STEVE HOLT. Enjoy it!
Live from Samsung NBA Summer League, Utah Jazz guard Trey Burke faces off against Trey Kerby in a battle of wits, endurance, and skill. Plus Dirk heads back to Dallas, Wade re-ups in Miami, and Doug McDermott continues to impress at Summer League.
What is Jabari Parker’s favorite superhero, what did he want to be when he was five, and who in the world is Michael Donegan? All this in more, in our very first edition of “Fact Checkin’.”
Live from Samsung NBA Summer League, The Starters are joined by Bucks forward Jabari Parker to do a bit of “Fact Checkin’” on some internet research. They also discuss this summer’s Team USA selections, Klay Thompson or Bradley Beal and all the on-the-court action from Day 4 in Vegas.
Live from Samsung NBA Summer League, The Starters are joined by Wolves guard Alexey Shved to play a little game called “Change This Face.” They also discuss Chandler Parsons’ payday, Luol Deng heading to Miami, Paul Pierce’s legacy, and all the on-the-court action from Day 3 in Vegas.
Live from Samsung NBA Summer League, The Starters are joined by Utah Jazz rookie and Leigh Ellis’ Aussie brother, Dante Exum. They also break down Pau’s move to the Midwest, Melo’s return to New York, and the rest of another busy day in free agency.
On Friday’s episode of The Starters — live from NBA Summer League in Vegas — the guys discuss LeBron James’ decision to return home, Chris Bosh gettin’ paid, the Lakers busy day, the Wiggins/Parker matchup, and the 76ers’ Orlando Summer League title. That, plus mechanic shirts and the “Guy You’ve Never Heard of the Day.”
Dag. Really going to miss Shaq. He had a great run — basketball, movies, TV, rap music, soda pops, clothing, websites, other websites. Not sure how we’ll ever replace someone like him, but he’s in a better place now.