Jonathan and Titus talk the wild tournament action over the weekend, the play of Villanova's Mikal Bridges, the NBA's officiating problem, the Sixers, Leon Bridges' new songs and album, as well as the latest episode of "Atlanta."
Jonathan and Titus discuss the players to watch during March Madness, including the most exciting player in the NCAA. They also look into how tourney runs impact prospective NBA players. They check out the current NBA postseason seeding and they review the trailer for the new film "Sorry To Bother You."
Jonathan and Titus discuss Donald Glover/Childish Gambino and the greatness of his FX show "Atlanta." They show their appreciation for the film "Benji." They also explain the best atmosphere for hoops action. And they react to an article comparing Villanova's Mikal Bridges to Kawhi Leonard. Plus, more insight into mental health.
Jonathan and Titus are tired of Brett Brown coaching the Sixers and they present a solution to the NBA's tanking problem. Plus, they list their Top 20 players in the league. And they give their takes on Kawhi's shoe drama.
Jonathan and Titus make sure every issue is addressed.
Jonathan and Titus go all in when it comes to discussing Kawhi Leonard's situation with the Spurs, the top contenders and dark horses to close out the season, top rookies to watch, returning players making the most impact, coaches on the bubble and the NCAA's lie about the "student-athlete."
Jonathan and Titus discuss how the media and the Sixers have dropped the ball on Markelle Fultz. Titus checks J.J. Redick on the media's "obsessive" coverage of Fultz. The duo also discuss the Sixers' and Jazz's recent surge. And they talk all things All Star Weekend, including the off-the-court festivities.