Mark & Wes continue with the Duke Takeover and they discuss the if there is a realistic possibility of being able to play sports this fall with Jay Bilas.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/53W 68-66
- 11/8W 89-55
- 11/12W 105-54
- 11/15W 74-63
- 11/21W 87-52
- 11/22W 81-73
- 11/26L 85-83
- 11/29W 83-70
- 12/311W 87-75
- 12/6W 77-63
- 12/19W 86-57
- 12/28W 75-50
- 12/31W 88-49
- 1/4W 95-62
- 1/8W 73-64
- 1/11W 90-59
- 1/14L 79-72
- 1/1811L 79-73
- 1/21W 89-59
- 1/28W 79-67
- 2/1W 97-88
- 2/4W 63-55
- 2/8W 98-96
- 2/108W 70-65
- 2/15W 94-60
- 2/19L 88-66
- 2/22W 88-64
- 2/25L 113-101
- 2/29L 52-50
- 3/2W 88-69
- 3/7W 89-76
- Full Schedule
Mark and Wes are joined by Duke Assistant Basketball Coach Jon Scheyer to talk about how the men's team has improved and trained during the pandemic.
- Top prospect Kuminga picks G League over NCAA
- Rep says he was conned by Zion friend impostor
- Court filing: Zion's stepfather took $400K benefit
- Coach K: Not political to say 'Black lives matter'
Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich tip off the podcast by discussing who’s had the best offseason between Michigan State, Baylor and Villanova. They also look at Florida, Auburn and Purdue’s offseason and talk about the transfer culture in college basketball. Later, the guys discuss the possibility of a bubble for college athletes, if they’d draft LaMelo Ball, why Seth isn’t solid on Anthony Edwards and Lou Williams’ adventure outside the NBA bubble.
Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich tip off the podcast by stating the obvious: They don’t know anything about when, how or if college basketball will be played. Then the guys run through players that are still deciding whether they’ll stay in the NBA Draft or return to college, what Michigan State will look like next year if Xavier Tillman leaves and the impact of Filip Petrusev going pro on Gonzaga. Plus, they discuss how many difference-makers are in the draft, what the G League looks like this season and Europe basketball leagues being hit hard by the pandemic.
Mark & Wes talk about possible plans that the NCAA are allowing and Coach K talks about the necessity for contingency plans for all sports.
Why the hiring of the former WNBA star and Celtics assistant is significant
Mark and Wes give Producer Josh their Over/ Under picks and Tom Luginbill joins to talk about how recruiting has been affected this year.
Top-five prospect Jonathan Kuminga announced Wednesday that he is bypassing college and joining the G League professional pathway program. Texas Tech, Auburn, Duke and Kentucky were in the mix for his commitment.
A man who paid $400K to someone who alleged to be a member of Zion Williamson's inner circle said he was conned.
Patrick Mahomes goes golfing while life in the NBA bubble gets interesting. Plus we see what's up with Don Mattingly. Here's what you might have missed from the past few days.
A court motion and sworn affidavit filed by Zion Williamson's former marketing representative's attorney accuses his stepfather of soliciting and accepting a $400,000 payment from another marketing agent before his stepson's freshman season at Duke.
New Orleans Pelicans star Zion Williamson turns 20 years old on July 6, but his stats as a teenager were spectacular.
In a passionate message in support of the Black Lives Matter movement, Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski said "it's time" for America to address and solve systemic racism.
From Zion to Jimmer to D-Rose, John Gasaway ranks the best individual seasons in men's college basketball since 2007.
Zion Williamson's attorneys successfully argued to the Florida appeals court that an earlier federal case in North Carolina involving the same parties (Gina Ford and Prime Sports Marketing) and claims has precedence.
Few NBA players have torn their Achilles, so the small group, including Trail Blazers wing Rodney Hood, leans on each other for support.
The top five teams remain the same, but there is movement in the Way-Too-Early Top 25 for men's college basketball.
Zion Williamson's former marketing manager has asked a federal judge to deny the Pelicans star's motion for partial judgment and allow discovery into his parents' living arrangements and financial history before and while he played at Duke.
Duke athletic director Kevin White is concerned that name, image and likeness legislation that opens the door to paying athletes will change the NCAA landscape.
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