Corban Ford pops on for a quickie episode to reset the show format as we head into the meat of the sports shutdown.
Just a few days into what could be the biggest NBA layoff in a non-strike season, Corban Ford discusses what the players are doing with their time and a few thoughts on the expected resumption dates.
Corban Ford hops in his wayback machine to check out the ’72 Lakers before pivoting to the wild Giannis-LeBron MVP discussion that has been force-fed to us all after this last weekend.
With many major sports set to close locker rooms to the media, Corban Ford discusses the impact of the novel coronavirus on the NBA so far. Plus, Scary Terry’s big night and how NBA telecasts need to step their game up!
Corban Ford is PUMPED after a monster weekend for LeBron and the Lakers. Kenny Atkinson got fired in Brooklyn, much to the confusion of his former players.
We made it to the end of our first week! Corban Ford talks about the addition of Waiters to the Lakers and what that could mean for them, the Rockets/Clippers match-up and why the Rockets should be worried … and no NBA show would be complete without the return of Steph Curry, why the Warriors are built well for next season, and their bout against the Raptors.
Battling a bug, the mighty Corban Ford hits on the upcoming Clippers-Rockets clash, Malik Beasley’s rise, Collin Sexton’s big game, and a cool segment coming soon!
In this latest episode, Corban Ford runs down every major James Dolan fiasco in his tenure up to the recent Spike situation, rants about why Russ should have been Player of the Month, and discusses Daryl Morey’s statements about the increased negativity in the NBA broadcasts today.
Episode 2! Corban Ford rolls out a couple new segments, shares a random thought about annoying faces and Jonas Jerebko, and wades into the Giannis MVP discussion… while, of course, listing his top 5 NBA MVP snubs.
It’s the official TRUE first episode of NBA Today! Corban Ford struggles with the word “kudos”, shares a little about himself and the plan for the show, name drops Sidney Moncrief, briefly touches on the 1987 Seattle Supersonics, and talks Shake Milton, Reggie Jackson, Tribute Videos, Mike Scott, and more!