Sunday morning’s show features reaction to a busy first night of free agency, including the re-signings of Chris Paul and Gerald Green and the shocking departure of veteran forward Trevor Ariza to Phoenix. How can Houston replace his production? Tune in:
Why Houston is a better fit for Carmelo Anthony than Oklahoma City
Bleacher Report‘s Kelly Scaletta joins the show to explain why he believes Carmelo Anthony would be a better fit with the Rockets than the Thunder, led by how Chris Paul and James Harden could be better teammates for Anthony than Russell Westbrook. Other topics discussed with Kelly include early reaction to Wednesday’s blockbuster trade sending Kawhi Leonard to Toronto and Demar DeRozan to San Antonio.
The closing segment of the episode examines GM Daryl Morey‘s decision to spurn advances from the Philadelphia 76ers to stay in Houston and why it could speak well to the financial commitment of new owner Tilman J. Fertitta. Tune in:
On the James Ennis signing and latest Carmelo Anthony rumors
Wednesday’s show features reaction to Houston’s signing of 28-year-old swingman James Ennis to a minimum contract, along with news of the Rockets remaining in strong position to add Carmelo Anthony.
Karthik Prasad joins me for analysis, including why the defensive-minded Ennis could become one of the steals of 2018 free agency. Tune in:
On Mbah a Moute’s exit, the likely Melo addition, and Summer League
Monday’s show explores the departure of forward Luc Mbah a Moute and the sudden need for more perimeter defense; the seemingly imminent addition of Carmelo Anthony; and early Summer League standouts, led by Isaiah Hartenstein. Tune in: