Mount Airy native and Middle Reliever for the Atlanta Braves, Jesse Biddle talks with Greg about his remarkable first year in the Big Leagues, overcoming adversity and terrible luck, moments of self-doubt, pivotal moments in his life, his thoughts on Philly, and much more.
Founder and Director of Oldhead: The Series Tony Chennault talks with Greg about his transition from basketball to film, when and why he lost his love for the game, why he doesn’t want to be known for basketball, issues plaguing the inner city and what needs to change, what it was like guarding Kyrie, his love for Philly, and much more. We finish up with some NBA talk.
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The most recognizable NBA referee, officiating the most Finals and NBA Playoff games in league history, Joey Crawford reflects on his 39 year NBA career. He talks with Greg about his life post retirement, his mindset while being on the court for some of the biggest NBA moments, his personal challenges including the infamous 2007 incident with Tim Duncan and how his life changed in the aftermath, his thoughts on the changing NBA, his on court relationship with players and coaches, his love for Philly, and much more. (And of course argues with Greg about the issue of “walking” in the NBA)
Philly legend Coach Phil Martelli talks with Greg about his “why” for coaching, how social media has impacted college basketball and recruiting, his relationship with the other Big 5 coaches, and what makes Philadelphia the such a cultural basketball city.
One of the most authentic people in the world of sports, Darryl Reynolds talks with Greg about his current injury, what the Villanova program and the 2016 National Championship means to him, the essence and direction of his new talk show, and his thoughts on the current condition of the City of Brotherly Love. Darryl also makes an excellent case for why Villanova IS a Philly school.