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The Ringer NBA squad provides the insight, reporting, and analysis that you need in your life right here on The Ringer NBA Show. On Sundays and Wednesdays, check out 'Group Chat' with Justin Verrier, Wosny Lambre and Rob Mahoney. Tap in on Mondays and Thursdays for 'Real Ones' with Logan Murdock and Raja Bell.

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Justin, Rob, and Wos get together in the studio to discuss whether the Mavericks found a blueprint in Game 4 to climb back into the NBA Finals. Then, they talk through Kristaps Porzingis’s impact on this series and whether the Celtics need to make any adjustments heading into Game 5. They close things out by breaking down the Joel Embiid–Paul George interaction (33:31) and discussing Klay Thompson's removal of Warriors references from his Instagram account (44:06). Buy tickets to our live show in Los Angeles here! The Ringer is committed to responsible gaming. Please visit www.rg-help.com to learn more about the resources and helplines available.  Hosts: Justin Verrier, Rob Mahoney and Wosny Lambre Producers: Victoria Valencia, Tucker Tashjian and Ben Cruz Social: Eduardo Ocampo Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Logan and Raja discuss Boston's commanding 3-0 lead, why this year’s Celtics squad is one of the best postseason teams of all time, and how the Mavs’ most significant flaws are getting exposed in this series (1:30). Later, Logan is joined by Howard Beck to honor the late Jerry West as their Real One of the Week and talk about his legacy as both a player and general manager, the unparalleled impact he left on the NBA, and much more (40:19). Email us questions for Mailbag Monday! realonesmailbag@gmail.com The Ringer is committed to responsible gaming. Please visit www.rg-help.com to learn more about the resources and helplines available. Hosts: Logan Murdock, Raja Bell, and Howard Beck Producer: Jonathan Kermah Production Assistant: Kai Grady Social: Keith Fujimoto Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Justin, Rob, and Wos recap the Celtics going up 3-0 against the Mavericks in the NBA Finals. They discuss Luka fouling out late in the fourth quarter, the difference between Boston and Dallas’s bench contributions, and Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown overwhelming the Mavericks. After, they talk about the passing of Jerry West and his lasting legacy as a player, coach, and executive (56:14). Buy tickets to our live show in Los Angeles here! The Ringer is committed to responsible gaming. Please visit www.rg-help.com to learn more about the resources and helplines available. Hosts: Justin Verrier, Rob Mahoney, and Wosny Lambre Producer: Eduardo Ocampo Additional Production Supervision: Ben Cruz Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Logan is joined by The Ringer’s Howard Beck to discuss another Celtics victory in Game 2 of the Finals, the Mavs having no solution for the Celtic’s defense, and Jalen Brown playing like an MVP (12:16). Howard rants about Mav's expectations of coming back to win the series and shares stats on teams who win the first two games of the series (25:04). Later, they share live updates and reactions to Dan Hurley’s decision to stay at UConn after the Lakers courted him with a six year, $70 million deal (31:30). Finally, the guys close with their Real Ones of the Week (40:25). Host: Logan Murdock Guest: Howard Beck Producer: Jonathan Kermah Production Assistants: Kai Grady and Olivia Crerie Video: John Richter and Victoria Valencia Social: Keith Fujimoto Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Justin, Rob, and Wos react to the Celtics' 2-0 lead in the NBA Finals. They discuss how the Celtics found a way to win despite poor shooting, the Mavs' supporting cast's struggles, and early predictions for Finals MVP. Then they give their thoughts on the potential for Dan Hurley to be the Lakers' next head coach and share their thoughts on the coaching search overall (34:48). Buy tickets to our live show in Los Angeles here!The Ringer is committed to responsible gaming. Please visit http://www.rg-help.com to learn more about the resources and helplines available. Hosts: Justin Verrier, Rob Mahoney, and Wosny Lambre Producers: Isaiah Blakely and Tucker Tashijian Social: Eduardo Ocampo Additional Production Supervision: Ben Cruz Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Logan and Raja discuss how the Celtics blew out the Mavs in Game 1 of the NBA Finals, Boston’s effective defensive schemes against Luka and Kyrie, and how Jaylen Brown stepped up to meet the moment (1:44). Along the way, they react to Kristaps Porzingis’s explosive return from injury and the major impact he has on both sides of the ball when he’s on the floor (33:43). Later, they briefly unpack the two front-runners for the Lakers' head-coaching vacancy—JJ Redick and Dan Hurley—and what each hire could mean for the team moving forward (47:45). Finally, the guys close with their Real Ones of the Week (52:14). Email us questions for Mailbag Monday! realonesmailbag@gmail.com The Ringer is committed to responsible gaming. Please visit www.rg-help.com to learn more about the resources and helplines available. Hosts: Logan Murdock and Raja Bell Producer: Jonathan Kermah Production Assistant: Kai Grady Social: Keith Fujimoto Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Justin, Rob, and Wos come together on the eve of Game 1 of the NBA Finals to discuss some of the biggest trends and lessons from the playoffs. They talk about the versatility of the Mavs frontcourt, the importance of depth, lower seeds making the Finals, and more. Buy tickets to our live show in Los Angeles here! The Ringer is committed to responsible gaming. Please visit http://www.rg-help.com to learn more about the resources and helplines available. Hosts: Justin Verrier, Rob Mahoney, and Wosny Lambre Producer: Isaiah Blakely Social: Eduardo Ocampo Additional Production Supervision: Ben Cruz Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Logan, Raja, and Howard preview the upcoming NBA Finals matchup between the Boston Celtics and Dallas Mavericks, debate who has the most to gain from winning the title, discuss how this series can swing the reputations of specific players, make predictions, and much more (2:00). Finally, the guys close with Mailbag Monday (48:00). Email us questions for Mailbag Monday! realonesmailbag@gmail.com The Ringer is committed to responsible gaming. Please visit www.rg-help.com to learn more about the resources and helplines available. Hosts: Logan Murdock, Raja Bell, and Howard Beck Producer: Jonathan Kermah Production Assistant: Kai Grady Social: Keith Fujimoto Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Verrierables are back! This time Justin, Rob, and Wos begin their preview of the NBA Finals by answering six questions about this matchup between the Boston Celtics and Dallas Mavericks including their Finals predictions. Buy tickets to our live show in Los Angeles here! The Ringer is committed to responsible gaming. Please visit http://www.rg-help.com to learn more about the resources and helplines available. Hosts: Justin Verrier, Rob Mahoney, Wosny Lambre Producer: Isaiah Blakely Social: Eduardo Ocampo Additional Production Supervision: Ben Cruz Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Logan and Howard discuss the Mavs closing out the Western Conference finals against the Minnesota Timberwolves, what they learned about both teams in Game 5, and the lasting ramifications of this series for the West (1:04). Next, they talk about the Mavs adding a few key pieces at the trade deadline, how making the right moves can alter the championship trajectory of a team in the modern NBA, and Kyrie’s on-court redemption arc (30:31). Later, they debate where Luka and Kyrie fall in the argument for the best NBA backcourts of all time (50:06). Finally, the guys close with their Real Ones of the Week (58:52). Email us questions for Mailbag Monday! realonesmailbag@gmail.com The Ringer is committed to responsible gaming. Please visit www.rg-help.com to learn more about the resources and helplines available. Hosts: Logan Murdock and Howard Beck Producer: Jonathan Kermah Production Assistant: Kai Grady Social: Keith Fujimoto Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Justin, Rob, and Wos discuss the Timberwolves' win over the Mavs in Game 4. They talk about what worked for the Wolves in Game 4 and whether they can continue to extend the series. Then, they talk about the passing of NBA legend Bill Walton and the impact he had on their lives and basketball in general (34:05). Lastly, they wrap up with a check-in on some NBA news, including Clippers coach Ty Lue getting a lucrative contract extension and the possibility of JJ Redick becoming the head coach of the Los Angeles Lakers (45:23). Buy tickets to our live show in Los Angeles here! The Ringer is committed to responsible gaming. Please visit www.rg-help.com to learn more about the resources and helplines available. Hosts: Justin Verrier, Rob Mahoney, and Wosny Lambre Producer: Isaiah Blakely Social: Eduardo Ocampo Additional Production Supervision: Ben Cruz Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Logan, Howard, and Raja react to the Celtics sweeping the Pacers and punching their ticket to the franchise’s 23rd finals appearance (04:00). Then, the guys reflect on the shocking nature of this Mavericks-Timberwolves series, as the Wolves are on the brink of elimination (32:05). Later, producer Kerm reads your questions for Logan, Howard, and Raja to answer on a rare Tuesday edition of Mailbag Monday (54:00). Email us questions for Mailbag Monday! realonesmailbag@gmail.com Hosts: Logan Murdock, Howard Beck, and Raja Bell Producer: Jonathan Kermah Production Assistant: Kai Grady Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Justin and Wos recap the Celtics comeback win against the Pacers to take a 3-0 lead. They talk about Jayson Tatum’s big game, the valiant effort from the Pacers, and if there’s anything left the want to see from the Celtics this series (2:39). Then they talk about the Mavericks being up 2-0 on the Timberwolves and who in Minnesota is under the most pressure (33:29). Buy tickets to our live show in Los Angeles here! The Ringer is committed to responsible gaming. Please visit www.rg-help.com to learn more about the resources and helplines available. Hosts: Justin Verrier and Wosny Lambre Producer: Isaiah Blakely Social: Eduardo Ocampo Additional Production Supervision: Ben Cruz Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Live on The Ringer NBA YouTube channel immediately following Luka Doncic’s nasty game-winner to put the Dallas Mavericks up 2-0 in the Western Conference Finals, The Ringer’s Justin Verrier and Tyler Parker attempt to catch their breath after an absolutely epic Game 2. The guys discuss Luka’s heroics, why Rudy Gobert was still in the game despite constantly being hunted, as well as Dereck Lively’s massive impact and the specific improvements Anthony Edwards needs to make for the Timberwolves to have any semblance of hope the rest of the series. They close things out by discussing the Pacers’ chances to win any more games in the Eastern Conference Finals and whether or not their opinion on Tyrese Haliburton’s greatness has changed during these playoffs. For more live streams throughout the NBA playoffs, subscribe to The Ringer NBA YouTube channel! Buy your tickets to The Ringer NBA Show: Group Chat live show in Los Angeles here! Hosts: Justin Verrier and Tyler Parker Producer: Ben Cruz Additional Production Support: Jack Wilson, John Richter and Jonathan Frias Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Logan and Raja discuss why this year’s postseason has been so exciting, the Boston Celtics' commanding 2-0 lead, and the impact of Tyrese Haliburton’s hamstring injury (1:12). Next, they talk about how the Mavs stole Game 1 and why they’re worried for the Timberwolves (26:40). Finally, the guys close with their Real Ones of the Week (46:33). Email us questions for Mailbag Monday! realonesmailbag@gmail.com The Ringer is committed to responsible gaming. Please visit www.rg-help.com to learn more about the resources and helplines available. Hosts: Logan Murdock and Raja Bell Producer: Jonathan Kermah Production Assistant: Kai Grady Social: Keith Fujimoto Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Justin, Rob, and Wos give their immediate reactions to Luka and Kyrie carrying the Mavs to a big road win in Game 1 over the Timberwolves. They talk about Kyrie’s big first half and Luka’s big fourth quarter, Anthony Edwards's struggles, and what they expect moving forward in the series (9:07). Then, they talk about Boston sneaking past Indiana in Game 1, and what each team needs to improve on the rest of the series (41:17). Buy tickets to our live show in Los Angeles here! The Ringer is committed to responsible gaming. Please visit www.rg-help.com to learn more about the resources and helplines available. Hosts: Justin Verrier, Rob Mahoney, and Wosny Lambre Producer: Isaiah Blakely Social: Eduardo Ocampo Additional Production Supervision: Ben Cruz Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Logan, Raja, and Howard discuss Sunday’s exciting Game 7 double-header, the front office question marks hanging over the Timberwolves’ successful postseason run, Anthony Edwards growing as a leader, and how the Nuggets will move forward after this series loss (2:00). Along the way, they make predictions on the Timberwolves-Mavs Western Conference finals matchup. Next, they talk about the injury-riddled Knicks, Thibs’ polarizing coaching style, and Tyrese Haliburton transforming into a star (38:15). Later, they make predictions on the Celtics-Pacers Eastern Conference finals matchup. Finally, the guys close with Mailbag Monday (59:08). Email us questions for Mailbag Monday! realonesmailbag@gmail.com The Ringer is committed to responsible gaming. Please visit www.rg-help.com to learn more about the resources and helplines available. Hosts: Logan Murdock, Raja Bell, and Howard Beck Producer: Jonathan Kermah Production Assistant: Kai Grady Social: Keith Fujimoto Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Justin, Rob, and Wos talk about the Pacers' historic shooting performance in their Game 7 win over the Knicks to advance to the Eastern Conference finals. They discuss the toll of the Knicks' injuries and the Pacers' efficiency on offense and give an early preview of the Pacers' matchup against the Celtics in the Eastern Conference finals. They move on to discuss how the Mavericks closed out their series against the Thunder. They discuss how Luka and Kyrie play so well off each other, the impressive play of Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, and what the Thunder should do this offseason (34:40). Buy tickets for the live show in Los Angeles here! The Ringer is committed to responsible gaming. Please visit www.rg-help.com to learn more about the resources and helplines available. Hosts: Justin Verrier, Rob Mahoney, and Wosny Lambre Producers: Isaiah Blakely and Tucker Tashijan Social: Eduardo Ocampo Additional Production Supervision: Ben Cruz Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Live on The Ringer NBA YouTube channel immediately following Indiana’s Game 6 win over New York, The Ringer’s Seerat Sohi and Michael Pina offer immediate reaction to Friday’s sole playoff game (00:40). The duo talks about impressive performances from Pascal Siakam, Myles Turner, and … T.J. McConnell?! They also discuss the physical and emotional toll the playoffs have taken on the Knicks, before Seerat and Michael dole out their predictions for the winner-take-all Game 7 on Sunday (31:48). After that, Seerat and Michael grab their popcorn to preview one of the most highly-anticipated non-Finals Games 7 in NBA history: T-Wolves vs. Nuggets (32:56). They talk about the legacies on the line in this game, why Anthony Edwards’s demeanor reminds Seerat of a young Dwyane Wade, why Michael expects Nikola Jokic to have an otherworldly performance, and more, before the pair finishes off by giving their predictions. For more live streams throughout the NBA playoffs, subscribe to The Ringer NBA YouTube channel here. Hosts: Seerat Sohi and Michael Pina Producer: Troy Farkas Additional Production Support: Ben Cruz and Jonathan Frias Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Logan and Howard are back to dive into all things related to the second round of the playoffs, starting with the Timberwolves' 45-point win against the Nuggets (02:00). Later, the guys try to make sense of all the JJ Redick head-coaching rumors (34:00). The Ringer is committed to responsible gaming. Please visit www.rg-help.com to learn more about the resources and helplines available. Hosts: Logan Murdock and Howard Beck Producer: Jonathan Kermah Production Assistant: Kai Grady Social: Keith Fujimoto Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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Spike Ibeji

broken

Apr 22nd
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Jay Parzych

to your point that noone got hurt on an all star game. Nick Nurse over played Kemba Walker and derailed the celtics that year and Kembas career was never the same

Mar 25th
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cannot play, 😞

Sep 3rd
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Joseph Estrada

Stumbled upon this show looking for an NBA fix and good lord never again! The analysis of Lakers and Memphis was laughably absurd. The whole segment was dedicated to looking down on LeBron, who had a 20/20 game in year 20 and role players like DAngelo Russell and not one word mentuoning the Anthony Davis complete no show! Did these two even watch the game or just check the SportsCenter highlights? Only mention of AD was when one of these two predicts a Warriors sweep. LMAO, never again.

Apr 25th
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Stephen Mady

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Stephen Mady

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Michael Williams

No Stephen A. After watching him box, I have no inclination to hear his take on anything athletic.

Jan 12th
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M C

Gonna miss you Tjarks. RIP legend.

Sep 11th
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Callan Dunn

love this podcast, just not a fan of the real one. Seerat is smart though

May 11th
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Chris King

No mention of the Suns Pelicans series in any of the episode synopses so far suggesting the series is of no interest as a feature is shocking. Significant anti Suns bias but also against a series and Pelicans team that is set to be a major upset. Not to mention an emerging team under Green and last years finalists who were a spectacular break through story with a team record breaking win record and historically elite winning record this season

Apr 26th
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JJJ

he can't even compliment towns having 33-14 without hating on him give that man his respect

Apr 24th
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Devon Daniels

blasphemy. Dominique 4eva

Mar 21st
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Chad

just have the pro dunkers, not NBA players in the contest

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Baked Apple Pie 420

you think that just bc the league has 90 pct vac rate that means they all wanted it. NO. they just wanted to avoid you talking about them the way you're talking about kyrie

Sep 27th
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Black Queen

im supposed to listen to an Idiot who thinks Joel Embiid was a #1 pick??? and thats the reason? lebron ad were #1 picks not embiid and simmons idiot

Sep 17th
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Adrian H

this is the stupidest episode. neither of the two say literally anything of substance.

Sep 12th
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