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Trae Young has heard it all. And he's here to set the record straight. 

On each episode of "From the Point by Trae Young," the Atlanta Hawks star guard will be chatting with a rotating cast of guests, friends and peers to talk about life on and off the court in the NBA. Straight from the source. 

From the Point, by Your Favorite Point. 

7 Episodes
On the sixth episode of "From The Point" podcast by Trae Young, Lonzo "Zo" Ball pulls up and sits down with Trae and his co-host and friend, Winston. Ball, a former No. 2 overall NBA draft pick and six-year vet who is dealing with  a years-long knee injury, reflects on growing up in Chino Hills, playing at UCLA, being drafted by the hometown Los Angeles Lakers, learning from Rajon Rondo and LeBron James, lessons from Big Baller Brand, retooling his jump shot, what-ifs in Chicago, an ongoing injury and a pure love of hoops. Don't miss the ever-genuine Ball smile and talk for a camera for the first time in a long time. 
This week, Trae and Winston welcome their first guest: Gilbert Arenas. The former All-NBA selection joins "From the Point" for a lively convo that includes stories from his past and his take on the state of the game now. Gil reflects on his unlikely path in high school, shares a story about how Kobe Bryant changed his approach to the game, tells some wild tales about his interactions with the media and teammates, reveals which current players remind him of himself, and much more. 
This week, Trae Young checks in from Summer League in Las Vegas. He and Winston reflect on Trae's own Summer League struggles when he played as rookie, and the role that guys like Donovan Mitchell and Kevin Durant had in lifting him up. They break down what they've seen from this year's up-and-comers, including Victor Wembanyama, Brandon Miller and Scoot Henderson, as well as Atlanta Hawks rookies Kobe Bufkin and Mouhamed Gueye. Trae also reacts to Dejounte Murray's contract extension, the Hawks' trade of John Collins, and what both of those moves mean for the future of the team. Plus, he shares some major, exciting personal news. 
Trae Young has been called a "coach killer" by some, but what's the real story? On the latest episode of "From the Point by Trae Young," Trae takes listeners inside his relationships with his three NBA coaches, to reflect on the successes, challenges, and learnings with each. But first, Trae and Winston reflect on their memorable day the U.S. Open and break down Trae's potentially-rule-breaking 'fit, as well as spending Father's Day at the Dodgers game. Plus, Trae touch breaks down what it means to be a role model and the responsibility he feels knowing kids look up to him. 
On the second episode of “From the Point by Trae Young,” NBA All-Star Trae Young is back with his longtime friend and high school teammate, Winston, and he’s taking listener questions. From his favorite game winner to his preferred kind of pass, from his off-court hobbies to the teammates that have helped him the most, Trae saw your submissions and is dishing out his answers. Plus, the Atlanta Hawks point guard breaks down what he’s seen so far from the NBA Finals, where he thinks the series is going, and why it’s so important for him – and all players and teams – to get off to a good start in the first and third quarters. 
On the first episode of “From the Point by Trae Young,” Atlanta Hawks guard Trae Young is joined by his childhood friend, Winston, for a convo about life and hoops. Trae reveals what he’s been up to this off-season and gives his assessment of the team’s season and playoff showing. He also shares his thoughts on the NBA playoffs so far, who he thinks will win the Finals and why. Plus, he reflects on his 26 point, 22 assist game in college, shares stories from a high school trip to the Bahamas that included a dozen future NBA players including Jayson Tatum, De’Aaron Fox and Michael Porter Jr., and explains why he’s excited about coach Quin Snyder. 
Trae Young has heard it all. And he's here to set the record straight. On each episode of "From the Point by Trae Young," he'll be chatting with a rotating cast of guests, friends and peers to talk about life both on and off the court. Straight from the source. From the Point, by Your Favorite Point.Subscribe now. 
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