Relatively Speaking Podcast: NBA in review, All-Star Weekend, much more

A basketball rests on the court during a game between the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Charlotte Bobcats at the Crown Coliseum in Fayetteville, North Carolina. The Thunder won 97-93. Photographer: Lance King/Icon Sportswire
Lance King/Icon Sportswire

The Relatively Speaking Podcast is back and Better Than Ezra. That’s right, band from the 1990s. This podcast thinks it is better than you. So, uh, what you going to do about it?

Nothing! That’s what we thought.

On this edition of the Relatively Speaking Podcast, we are just a wee-bit NBA heavy. Not that should put sadness in your hearts. Not only because basketball is what the hosts are best at discussing, but let’s be honest about the obvious… if you’re listening to this, you likely have no heart, soul or any sort of emotional barometer.

The guys take a look back at the first half of the NBA season. Some fictitious awards are given out, and fun is had by all but Jared.

Then it is NBA All-Star Weekend preview. What are the guys excited to see? Who will win what contest? So much NBA info. So little time.

This Friday edition of the Relatively Speaking Podcast ends as all great podcast should; With a lazily put together segment essentially created by crowd sourcing!

We kid. It’s not THAT lazily put together. But it is our fan-favorite segment, Ask Me Anything. Oddly, this segment is probably mislabeled, as there are two people, and the word “me” makes a person think of a singular season, but there is two hosts.

Alas, the problems we run into here at the glorious Relatively Speaking Podcast.

Give us a listen, tell your friends about us and never eat a cookie you found at the floor of a Wal-Mart.

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