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Matt Barnes and Stephen Jackson, hosts of Showtime’s “All The Smoke,” return to discuss George Floyd’s killing, social justice, DeSean Jackson, the NBA season restart, Kobe Bryant, and Allen Iverson. Plus, Stack breaks down what went wrong for the Clippers, why he never bets against Jimmy Butler, how he feels about Luka Doncic and Nikola Jokic, and who he’d like to see in the Finals. See for privacy information.
Former Boston Celtics exec and former GM of the Phoenix Suns turned radio analyst on, Ryan McDonough, analyzes what went wrong for the Houston Rockets, James Harden and Russell Westbrook, possible head coach candidates, and how the Rockets can better their chances at a Championship next season. Plus, he talks Phoenix Suns and Devin Booker, and breaks down the Toronto Raptors situation, Fred VanVleet’s future, and why Toronto may have the best shot at landing Giannis in 2021. See for privacy information.
Rich Kleiman, host of the “The Boardroom Out of Office” podcast, and co-founder of Thirty5 Ventures with Kevin Durant discusses Kevin Durant and The Nets vs The Knicks storyline, KD’s departure from OKC, basketball IQ, and Steve Nash. He also provides an update on KD’s injury rehab. See for privacy information.
Amin Elhassan of ESPN returns to discuss the Milwaukee Bucks play-off elimination, the impending Giannis Sweepstakes, new Brooklyn Nets Head Coach Steve Nash and his “Superstar Privilege,” and what to do about the drama in Philly and OKC’s Chris Paul trade dilemma. Plus, he weighs in on The Knicks and Kristaps Porzingis, why Fred VanVleet would be a great pickup for Dallas, and the reason he believes Magic Johnson would not make a successful head coach. See for privacy information.
Atlanta Hawks Coach Lloyd Pierce joins The Full 48 with Howard Beck to discuss building a young team and their opportunities next season. Then they dig deep into Steve Nash becoming the Brooklyn Nets Head Coach, what he brings to the table and what challenges he will face as a Coach. See for privacy information.
Coach David Thorpe returns to The Full 48 with Howard Beck to discuss the quality of game play, performance surprises, and the mental impact of being inside the bubble.  See for privacy information.
TNT & NBA TV analyst, Jim Jackson, discusses last night’s historic NBA player walkout in the name of racial justice and equality in response to the police shooting of Jacob Blake, how players’ actions can effect change in the world, what needs to happen to push the social agenda forward, and the relationship between the league, the players, and the owners. See for privacy information.
Brandon Gassaway, huge Laker and Kobe Bryant fan, and National Press Secretary for the Democratic National Committee joins to celebrate “Kobe Bryant Day.” Brandon speaks to his personal Kobe fandom, adopting the “Mamba Mentality” and applying it to his own life, and the 2004 NBA Finals game that made him a believer. He also speaks to the upcoming 2020 election, the impact of LeBron James’ “More Than A Vote” campaign, Steph Curry’s political involvement, and the NBA and the #BlackLivesMatter movement. See for privacy information.
B/R Draft Guru, Jonathan Wasserman, returns to discuss what may be the weirdest lottery in NBA history. Howard and Jonanthan break down the draft order, and analyze how players may fit with the first 10 teams picking. Discussion includes LaMelo Ball, Anthony Edwards, James Wiseman, Obi Toppin, New York Knicks, Minnesota Timberwolves, Chicago Bulls, Golden State Warriors, Charlotte Hornets, Cleveland Cavaliers, and the Detroit Pistons.  See for privacy information.
Vincent Goodwill of Yahoo! Sports returns to share his thoughts on the first "Game 1s" of the playoffs, the benefits of home court advantage and how its absence is affecting play in the bubble, the Kristaps Porzingis ejection, Joe Dumars and the Sacramento Kings, and the possible reasons for the NBA ratings decline. See for privacy information.
Bringing you the best of The Boardroom, now in podcast form. Rich Kleiman, entrepreneur and co-founder of Thirty Five Ventures with Kevin Durant, interviews athletes, executives, and entrepreneurs about their day to day life and career trajectories, and much more. Kleiman and his right-hand man Gianni Harrell are bringing you Out of Office weekly. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts. See for privacy information.
Bleacher Report contributor, Mo Dakhil, returns to discuss the NBA play-in and whether it should be a permanent addition to the league’s season, the “Delete 8,” TJ Warren’s surprise performance in the bubble, the Phoenix Suns’ bright future, the reality of the Lakers vs Blazers, Lonzo Ball and the Pelicans, the timing of the awards’ ballots, and the curious case of the Bulls and Jim Boylen. See for privacy information.
Bill Rhoden, host of the “Bill Rhoden on Sports” podcast and writer for The Undefeated, discusses structural changes in power and control that are needed to truly address racial inequality in the world, including the NBA and sports in general, LeBron’s role in athlete activism and pushing it forward, and the possibility and effect of players taking a political stand come November. See for privacy information.
Senior Writer for Sports Illustrated, Chris Mannix, returns to breakdown the possible first round matchup between the LA Lakers and Portland Trail Blazers, LeBron vs Carmelo Anthony, the Clippers chances at a Championship, the Phoenix Suns, the future of the Bucks, and why the league should permanently adopt the play in tournament. See for privacy information.
Former Detroit Pistons and Orlando Magic Head Coach and current color commentator for TNT, Stan Van Gundy, returns to “The Full 48 with Howard Beck” to discuss life in the NBA bubble as a member of the media, the reason for the high-scoring games, injury management vs load management, Zion Williamson and the Pelicans, Philadelphia’s chances at a Championship, and why Ben Simmons is the most underrated player in the league. See for privacy information.
Zach Lowe and Rachel Nichols return for the 3rd Annual “Drunk With Power” podcast. They discuss life in the bubble (where Rachel is currently residing); social justice, player activism, and the media coverage response; the probability of the next NBA season and how it will be executed in December; and of course all the things they would change about the league if they were NBA Czar For A Day including – removing bad owners, expanding the MVP ballot, establishing the G League’s one shot rule for all fouls, and empowering referees to enforce social distancing rules in the bubble. See for privacy information.
Three-time Sixth Man of the Year winner, and current Brooklyn Net, Jamal Crawford, discusses his recent signing with the Nets, life inside the NBA Bubble, the rise of NBA Activism, and the advice he offers younger players. Jamal also speaks to his role on the Nets, his NBA future, the changes he made to his nutrition and fitness that prolonged his career, why “equality” will be featured on the back of his jersey, and who he believes should be on the receiving end of this season’s MVP award. See for privacy information.
Dan Woike, National NBA Reporter for the LA Times, joins to discuss success of the NBA bubble to date, league transparency issues around the coronavirus status of players, the NBA post season awards, and the importance and quality of the 8 bubble games. Plus, they discuss which LA team will likely make the Finals and why, the potential roles of Alex Caruso, the Morris brothers, and Joakim Noah, why the Toronto Raptors shouldn't be overlooked as a possible Finals team, and how the Rockets' style of play may prevent a deep play-off run. See for privacy information.
Michael Lee from The Athletic returns to “The Full 48 with Howard Beck” to discuss concerns surrounding the NBA bubble, including disparity in testing resources for NBA vs the general population at large, the disproportionate effect of the virus on the black and brown communities, and the surging virus cases and related deaths in Florida and other parts of the States. They also delve into NBA activism and amplifying the #BlackLivesMatter movement, and the LeBron James 2020 impact on and off the court. Plus, they talk basketball including Giannis’ future, a possible Pelicans’ play-off run, the propensity for a Sixers bust, and the Toronto Raptors chances of repeating. See for privacy information.
Kenny "The Jet" Smith

Kenny "The Jet" Smith


2x NBA Champion, and “Inside The NBA” on TNT co-host, Kenny “The Jet” Smith discusses the NBA restart amid social justice protests and COVID19, the bubble and no fans playing environment, the role of home court advantage, which teams are likely contenders for the Championship, and Kenny’s early playing days with the Sacramento Kings. Plus, he shares details on The Jet Academy, and his decision to start it during COVID19. See for privacy information.
Comments (16)

João Pinto

It was great to follow your show Beck! Very good guests and good takes.

Oct 14th

Paul Turner


Dec 5th
Reply (3)

Paul Turner

Wow, what disrespect to be asked questions and be watching TV and stumble on words...seems your board with being interviewed, well I'm bored listening to you...sorry Howard Beck, no love for this ep.

Dec 2nd

Jerome Namaseb

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmM mom.

Nov 9th

Itsa Me Vfghw

Who types/edits this? "Carl" Malone?

Oct 3rd

Paul Turner

sounds like Tom doesn't really want to be there... are you irritated? don't do the show.. though it's very interesting .

Aug 13th
Reply (1)

P Diddy Kong

This was such a boring podcast

Mar 23rd

Oluwaseyi Jimoh

David Locke is a great basketball mind lol

Mar 21st


Intro is way too long on this one. ;)

Feb 7th

Big Shot Rob

what up beck!!!

Jan 18th

BR Smith

What up Beck! After hearing you on the Lowe Post several times now, giving your pod a try!

Nov 27th

W Robinson

A fascinating, wide-ranging discussion, on a terrific pod!

May 30th
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