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The JJ Redick Podcast with Tommy Alter

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JJ Redick of New Orleans Pelicans interviews some of the biggest names in basketball—including his teammates!—and many other celebrities. It’s an inside look at life in the NBA and conversations with people who interest Redick and his co-host, Tommy Alter, the most.

 

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Twelve-year NBA vet Rex Chapman joins JJ and Tommy to discuss all things NBA now that players have arrived in Orlando for the NBA's return (03:43). Rex also breaks down his growth into a social media star and how he's created an online community (18:28). Lastly, they draft their favorite NBA shooting guards of all time (41:31). Hosts: JJ Redick & Tommy Alter Guest: Rex Chapman
JJ and Tommy are joined by Grammy winner and Arcade Fire lead singer Win Butler. They discuss some of the cities they have traveled to and stories from the road. They also touch on Win's love of basketball, the politics of playing in an NBA celebrity all-star game, and the importance of the NBA returning to the masses. All before power-ranking their favorite condiments.
JJ and Tommy are joined by broadcaster and sports journalist Taylor Rooks to talk about the upcoming return of the NBA in Orlando and the unknown variables that some might not have taken into account. They also discuss the importance of Black voices in sports broadcasting and promoting diversity of thought. Finally, they pick their top five favorite ’90s movies.
Milwaukee Bucks forward Pat Connaughton sits down with JJ and Tommy talk about the return of the NBA in Orlando. Then they talk about having vital conversations about race after the killing of George Floyd along with the ways of addressing and acknowledging white privilege. Then Connaughton breaks down his personal passion for real estate and how he was almost a professional baseball player before coming to the NBA.
JJ and Tommy sit down with Indiana Pacers guard Malcolm Brogdon to share his thoughts during this time of civil unrest in America. He talks about what has inspired him to be an activist, including his grandfather in the ’60s. JJ and Malcolm also talk about the NBA’s July return and what concerns the players association may have in the weeks ahead. Finally, JJ shares how he desperately tried to get the Clippers to draft Malcolm when they had the chance.
Jamal Crawford joins JJ and Tommy to share his thoughts on the killing of George Floyd, who died while in police custody, and how the resulting nationwide protests have sparked a broad conversation. They also discuss how a lack of national leadership has provoked tension and how we can all do better in standing against police brutality.
JJ and Tommy are joined by The Ringer's Shea Serrano to talk about his process and inspiration for being a writer. They also talk about new developments in the NBA's possible return and the art of talking politics online. Then they pick their desert island romantic comedy movies.
JJ and Tommy discuss the newest developments in the NBA and answer your questions in this special mailbag edition of 'The JJ Redick Podcast.' They discuss who they would love to star in a rom-com with, the story behind JJ's college recruitment, and guilty pleasures on the road.
JJ and Tommy sit down with filmmaker Jason Hehir to talk about his Michael Jordan/Bulls docuseries 'The Last Dance' and explore what went into making the immensely popular project. They break down the animosity between players during that era (23:07). Jason reveals what went down during the supposed "Jordan freeze-out" in 1985, and then they draft their favorite quarantine comforts (48:09).
JJ and Tommy sit down with Seth Curry of the Dallas Mavericks to discuss his path from being an undrafted rookie to a crucial NBA role player. They also talk about pivotal moments in both Seth's and JJ's careers, breakthrough experiences in the league, and some of their most idolized players.
JJ and Tommy are joined by Boston Celtics assistant coach Kara Lawson to discuss developing from a young player in high school to a major prospect in college. She also discusses what went into her decision to go to college in Tennessee and how that one decision strained her relationship with her father. They also break down the odd story that brought her into the world of broadcasting.
JJ and Tommy are joined by New Orleans point guard Lonzo Ball. They discuss Lonzo's transition from Los Angeles to New Orleans, what goes on in his mind during clutch plays, and keeping a strong mentality in the face of adversity and loss. Later, they draft the best TV and movie coaches they would most want to play for.
JJ and Tommy chat with Big Cat and Ryen Russillo about staying engaged during quarantine. They talk about great movies (05:33) and discuss how basketball has changed over the decades (14:43). Later, they draft the five fictional characters they would like to be quarantined with (46:08).
JJ and Tommy are joined by restauranter Sean Feeney. Sean reveals his story of leaving the world of finance to start in the restaurant industry, as well as meeting his business partner Missy Robbins (03:44). Later they also discuss the fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic, its lasting effects on the restaurant business, and how Sean aims to do right for the people that work for him (43:24)
JJ and Tommy sit down to recap their ongoing social distancing practices and power-rank their favorite cereals (00:46). Later, they are joined by Megan Rapinoe and Sue Bird to discuss what it was like being on hiatus from their respective sports, perfecting at-home workouts, and how they are inspiring future generations of female athletes (09:16).
This week, JJ and Tommy talk remotely about the COVID-19 pandemic and discuss what it was like the day the NBA got shut down, driving across the country to see JJ's family, and what life at home is like (01:03). Later they are joined by Duncan Robinson of the Miami Heat to talk about his development and the shooters he looks up to (32:04). Duncan also names the top five players on his “Holy Sh*t I Can’t Believe I’m Playing Against This Guy” list (62:30).
JJ and Tommy rejoin in New Orleans to discuss JJ's injury and recovery as well as power rank the best eats under $10 (01:44). They also sit down with JJ's former teammate and All-Star, Jimmy Butler, and talk about his falling out in Philadelphia, why he joined Miami, and his friendship with Mark Wahlberg (24:40).
In this brand-new episode, JJ and Tommy sit down in San Francisco to talk about some of their favorite places in the Bay Area and to rank some of the most notorious cheating scandals in sports history (02:46). Later, they are joined by friend and JJ's Pelicans teammate Jrue Holiday to talk about wild trade stories, embarrassing rookie duties, and the fears that come with recovering from injuries (37:01).
JJ and Tommy sit down in Chicago to talk power-ranking famous Oscar snubs along with a mini-mailbag segment (01:30). The gang is also joined by Zach Lavine to talk about the upcoming All-Star weekend, his favorite players, and the mental aspect of recovering from an injury (47:36).
This episode was recorded before the news of Kobe Bryant's tragic passing, so JJ has prepared a statement to remember him. Then JJ and Tommy sit down with Joe Ingles of the Utah Jazz to talk about the makings of a perfect sandwich (16:21), consistently improving every season (23:06), and claiming to be the best shooter in the world (38:33).
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Comments (23)

Cory Hester

I love this podcast. you guys do a great job with content and guests. I plan on listening to every one. My only suggestion would be to try and limit the total amount of people on the podcast to 3. I think 4 is too many as often the people seem to be fighting over each other to speak and people get interrupted often. Other than that it's awesome!

Mar 3rd
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Duda Pereira

ei JJ, we gonna miss you in Philly!! Good luck!!! Eduardo, from Brazil.

Jul 10th
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Scott U

I'm sure there's many Aussie listeners that would love to hear your teammates Ben Simmons and James Ennis III on the show

May 8th
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Patriotic Lion

Today I got to listen to two of my heroes growing up, LOVED every second of this!

Mar 27th
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BR Smith

Catching up on my JJ Redick Podcast and loved that he listed The Holiday (#1 all-time), The Family Stone and Love Actually as his top Christmas movies. How serendipitous.

Feb 5th
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Bradley Thorne

JJ can we here more about duke on your podcast. thanks

Jan 4th
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Tommy :c

fo fo fo prediction moses malone

Aug 2nd
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Tommy :c

control gx

Aug 2nd
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Tommy :c

Innovative Shampoo

Aug 2nd
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Leon Hassid

Yellow card for the comment about wedding crashers not having aged well. Totally unfounded

Jul 29th
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Duda

I absolutely love this podcast! Love from Brazil

Jun 15th
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Shacur Ali

love this one

May 31st
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Shacur Ali

we need a big star to be on the show, another one, I love the podcast though, especially Kyrie

May 30th
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Jake Jenkins

Longer episodes are awesome. When will Coach K or Shane Battier be on? Boozer?

Mar 1st
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Leon Hassid

The pod with Henry and the discussion/comparison between the two sports was absolutely fantastic. Btw great guest. I would bring him back. Very comfortable with the mic

Jan 19th
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Austin Moore

lol dinosaurs are real. They were just called dragons. thats why almost every culture and society has dragons in them and their art work. Biblically, the earth is at least 6000 years old. The great flood happened 4000 years ago Jesus died and rose again 2000 years ago.

Jan 14th
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Leon Hassid

Good stuff JJ.

Jan 12th
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Joseph Shinji Leis

Fantastic podcast! I have been pleasantly surprised by how good this has been. I really recommend this!

Dec 8th
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Enrique Pugalski

Dukes best team though

Nov 30th
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Tyler Muljo

have embiid on weekly plz

Nov 29th
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