Tag Archives: Chris Paul

Episode 159 – No Longer Immortal

Previewing the Conference Finals, calling into question Chris Paul’s leadership ability and #pointgod status, and discussing how race impacts coaching in the NBA.

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Episode 144 – Mid Season Awards & All-Star Starters

Dissatisfied with the fan vote, the Court unveiled their own All-Star starting lineups, and also handed Mid-Season Awards.

Episode 125 – A Not So Boring Legacy

As the 2013 NBA Playoffs keeps on keeping on, the crew from The Peoples’ Court asks a few questions about the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame’s voting process and wonders if anyone really cares about who gets in anymore. We also tried to figure out what’s going on in the minds of Chris Paul, Donald Sterling and the Los Angeles Clippers, decreed once and for all that legacy of the San Antonio Spurs is not boring and brought more Conference Finals analysis.

Episode Rundown

  • 00:00 – Introduction
  • 2:10 – Quick news from around the NBA.
  • 5:25 – How much value does the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame still have and does its voting process need to be changed?
  • 10:15 – Chris Paul is not too happy with Donald Sterling and the L.A. Clippers.
  • 16:15 – San Antonio Spurs earn their fifth NBA Finals appearance and don’t really care if you think they’re boring.
  • 23:40 – Eastern Conference Finals reactions and analysis.
  • 40:10 – Performance and Embarrassment of The Week

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Episode 103 – 2012 in the Rearview

It’s our final episode of 2012, and we took the time to talk about our favorite moments of the past year, plus Avery Johnson’s firing, teams and players that are on our radar, and debuted a new segment, “3 in the Key with Lamont.”