Tag Archives: Mark Cuban

The Peoples Court – Episode 150 – Western Conference Musical Chairs

Our three hosts have different opinions on who will miss the Western Conference playoffs, Mark Cuban came out in support of our thoughts about D-League relevancy, and Adam Silver admitted something about the league that forces us to view the NBA and it’s franchises through a different lens.

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Episode 117 – DNP-Old

On this Final Four Saturday, we delved deeply into Mike Rice’s “fiery” coaching style, Mark Cuban’s suggestion that he may draft Baylor superstar Brittney Griner, and the various injuries that are affecting numerous playoff teams. And for once, we didn’t talk about steroids!

Episode Rundown

  • 00:00 – Introduction
  • 03:30 – Mike Rice’s appalling practice behavior
  • 22:25 – Brittney Griner’s NBA chances and potential impact on the women’s game
  • 42:20 – Should the Clippers hang a division title banner?
  • 49:40 – Injuries are hitting playoff teams hard, so which teams will benefit?
  • 59:50 – Performances and Embarrassments of the Week

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Episode 112 – Lakers v. Cuban

In the first ever Peoples Court Basketball Trial – Lakers v. Cuban – the Lakers, represented by Chris, accuse Mark Cuban, represented by Lamont, of insider trading and tampering, presided over by the honorable Fredara Hadley. Court is now in session!

Episode Rundown

  • 00:00 – Introduction
  • 03:20 – Lakers v. Cuban
  • 16:27 – Judge Hadley’s ruling
  • 19:00 – Tony Parker on the mend
  • 22:30 – Derek Fisher signs with Thunder
  • 26:15 – In a shocking move, Knicks acquire Kenyon Martin
  • 31:40 – Andrew Bynum’s future
  • 41:30 – Performances and Embarrassments of the Week

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