D-Wade and the Knuckleheads go way back, and this episode dives deep into the career of one of the biggest stars in NBA history.
Clipper nation, stand up! Patrick Beverley joins Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson and Darius Miles.
Udonis Haslem has Miami running through his veins, and his stories will give you an even better appreciation for the 305.
Wilson Chandler makes his first-ever podcast debut on Knuckleheads With Quentin Richardson and Darius Miles.
One of the NBA’s best players has a lot to say. You will not want to miss Kevin Durant.
The one and only BD, Baron Davis, joins the guys for Episode 6 of Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson and Darius Miles.
Kemba Walker talks about what it was like getting drafted by MJ, and how it’s been being around him on a daily basis.
Teammates Kyrie Irving and Jayson Tatum join to share their best Coach K stories, Kobe’s impact on their game, and more.
Get ready for the “Henny God” as Episode 3 of Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson and Darius Miles features the one and only J.R. Smith.
Episode 2 of Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson and Darius Miles is full of Hall of Fame perspective.
Quentin and Darius serve up laughs and good vibes with none other than special guest Jimmy Butler.
Totally unguarded conversations about sports, culture & basketball in the ’90s
In a city dominated by the Los Angeles Lakers, a bunch of teenagers on the Clippers showed just how fun the game of basketball could be.
Quentin Richardson returns to his hometown Chicago and to the spot where his brother was murdered in 2005.
In the final episode of the season, Quentin shares his disappointment in the way LeBron finished the series.
Jared, Q and Al explore what could be the final game of the 2018 NBA Finals.
In this episode, the Wise Guys are joined by NBA Veteran Nate Robinson as the crew gets amped for Game 3.
Al Harrington, Jared Jeffries and Quentin Richardson deliver breakdowns, hot takes, and the insight that only 3 pros-turned-gurus can give.
The thing about Chicago basketball is, it’s not even a sport. I mean, it is, but not like that. It’s more like a fight.