This is the second of our three-part celebration of the late podcast, The Basketball Jones, which is now an awesome new show on NBATV called The Starters. Today, we take a look at what they did to get to where they are, how they did what they did, and why they did it. Or something like that. More importantly: a game of HORSE involving bolo ties and a remake of the greatest television show theme in history.
This is the first of our three-part celebration of the late podcast, The Basketball Jones, which is now an awesome new show on NBATV called The Starters. We’ll start today by giving a (relatively) brief history of the show from its inception through the end of the TBJ run, with insight from the guys themselves on the best thing to come out of the Canadian sports media not named Renee Young.
The Super Bowl will be played in New Jersey this season. In the beginning of February. This has lead to some obvious concerns from players, and more than a few broadcasters, but they seem to be missing the point: the NFL has been singing "Let It Snow" since the game was announced.
Tony Romo, Mike Ditka and the Ghost of Jay Cutler are the highlights of tonight's game. Along with, of course, our good friends at Footballz.org, who -- as always -- bring you the noise, the funk, and an interview with someone way more interesting than Eminem or President Obama.
With the Kickstarter for their book about the history of professional wrestling video games heating up, we took some time to talk to one of the authors of Wrestling with Pixels, Audun Sorlie. He told us about collaborators (Maffew of Botchamania and Junkboy, graphic designer of Minecraft), his favorite games, and how to unlock the secret "Argument in the Turner Boardroom" stage in WCW Mayhem.