Host Dan Besbris and our own Aaron Bruski break down Wednesday’s action and look ahead to Thursday’s four-game slate.
Aaron Bruski joins host Dan Besbris for the HoopBall Fantasy NBA Today podcast for Tuesday, March 8. They run down all of Monday’s games and get you ready for Tuesday night’s action.
The guys cleaned their act up and got back on schedule and they’re taking a look at the playoff bubble in both conferences, and they also try to figure out why the contenders are losing.
The guys come back from break and record a podcast that is much too long, but what do you care you’re more or less listening to us talk while pretending to work anyway. Are the Cavs coming out of the East? Can anybody beat the Warriors? Does Donald Trump have small hands? All the important questions this week on the Koz and Bru Show.
Aaron Bruski joins CSN Kings Insider to figure out what changes, if any, the Kings have made since the All Star break.
Our own Aaron Bruski joins The Welsh and Bogman of the In This League pod for some hardcore fantasy hoops talk. Don’t just listen to the cast below, but go check the site out because they have all sorts of stuff going on.
If you play fantasy sports and you’re not listening to these guys you’re really missing out. It’s a professional grade podcast and they’re going to both entertain and inform — which is a rare one-two punch in the world of podcasts. I won’t vouch for fantasy analysts that don’t know their stuff. Follow them on Twitter @IsItTheWelsh and @BogmanSports and their website In This League.
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Koz and Bru reconvene in the fancy studios to discuss the Thunder, Kevin Durant’s free agency, buyout season, trade deadline stuffs and then they discuss the Jazz, Blazers and Pacers’ push for the playoffs.
Aaron Bruski joins Scott Spreitzer and Teddy Covers to talk all things NBA and Vegas in the Beat Vegas podcast. The Beat Vegas crew is about as ‘inside Vegas’ as it gets and they really, really know their stuff so enjoy.
Our own Aaron Bruski joins Kings Insider James Ham for their weekly discussion on the Kings, and of course, Michael Malone’s return to Sacramento.
This is the biggest Koz and Bru Show yet. Bru introduces his new website Hoop Ball, and then the guys have all the highlights from All Star Weekend before diving head first into trade deadline madness.
Derek Fisher’s release was a bit of a surprise, and the Warriors appear to be unbeatable. The guys look at some ways to try and beat the champs, and break down all of Super Bowl Sunday.
We’re looking at the wreckage in Phoenix after Jeff Hornacek was let go, the stumbling Spurs, sticking LeBron at center and whether or not the Raptors can get the No. 1 seed in the East.
The curtain is closing for Kobe Bryant, Paul George is reaching new heights, and the Lopez twins’ cats don’t see eye to eye on things around the house. Also, STANDINGS WATCH.
Whether it’s the Lakers or Clippers, there is as much going on off the court as there is on the court. The Sixers and Warriors are perfectly perfect in their own ways, and the guys also check in on some older teams that have jumped out to fast starts.
In case you hadn’t heard there’s a media storm brewing around Boogie in Sacto, Ronda Rousey got demolished, and rookies Kristaps Porzingis and Karl-Anthony Towns are really, really good.