Is Mason Plumlee for real? Are the Heat the matchup the Nets want? The Glue Guys are back to help answer those questions! Elliot, Brian, and Mike go around the horn for a podcast recorded right after the end of the Heat-Nets game, when the feeling of the game was still fresh. Give them a […]
The Glue Guys are back! Elliot, Brian, and Mike talk Nets & all things NBA, including a preview of tonight’s Nets-Heat game. Here’s your rundown: Nets Start-11:00 — Looking at the Nets wins over the Kings and Raptors. 11:00-15:15 — Do the Nets have loud fans? Can an atmosphere be built? 15:15-19:00 — Previewing Nets-Heat […]
Today, I’m happy to introduce a new podcast on The Brooklyn Game by “The Glue Guys,” two die-hard Nets fans named Elliot and Brian, and a die-hard Wizards fan named Mike (to keep things balanced). These guys have done a great Nets podcast for the last few months under the name “The Patroons,” and we’ve […]
For the third episode of The Brooklyn Game Podcast, I sat down with Brooklyn Nets play-by-play announcer Ian Eagle for 38 delightful, all-encompassing minutes. We talked about the Nets, the playoff series, the future of the team, what he hates most about Mike Fratello, and so much more. To give you an idea of the […]
We’re back! Talking! Podcasting! LIVING! After a raucous success chatting with voice of the Brooklyn Nets Ian Eagle, we decided… well, not to do podcasts for a while. Sorry about that. But today I had the pleasure of chatting with other voice of the Nets, YES Network Play-by-Play announcer, and co-host of ESPN New York […]
I joined YES Network’s weekly Off The Wall Podcast with Chris Shearn and Joe Auriemma today. We talked everything Nets basketball, the Knicks getting old and bad, and MOST IMPORTANTLY, a fervent discussion on the best pizza & chicken wings we’ve ever had. Lot of fun on this one.
Yes, we’re back in the podcast game! For The Brooklyn Game’s first-ever podcast, I’m very happy to say that I spent some time chatting with Ian Eagle, YES Network announcer, voice of the Brooklyn Nets, and the only man I know that can make a mundane basketball phrase like “the pull-up pop” sound like a […]