Peanut Tuitele shares her story: “I am no longer a victim. Or just a survivor. I feel like now, finally, I have a voice. And a story to tell.”
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Ahead of the 2023 NBA Draft, Q and D sit down with UCF standout and projected lottery pick, Taylor Hendricks.
Today we welcome UCLA’s leading scorer for the past three years and the friend who is nothing but INTENSITY when it’s game time — but just the nicest person you’ll meet off the court … Charisma Osborne!
This week we’ve got a certified BUCKET on the pod! She’s the Big East Player of the Year, led the country in scoring this season and became the all-time leading scorer in Villanova history (men or women, might we add) with 2,896 points – Maddy Siegrist!
We’re dunkin’ on you this week!!! Sometimes I Hoop is back recording from Stan U with a key member of the Funky Four … Fran Belibi! Fran and Haley discuss their four years playing at Stanford, coming up through USA Basketball, and their funniest moments.
Nail Salon presents Aliyah Boston and Zia Cooke. The two old friends chat about their lives on and off the court and how they became the next generation of elite basketball players.
March Madness is here! We’ve got a Sunday Selection episode with none other than the other half of Stanford’s dynamic duo, Cameron Brink! Haley and Cam break down how they were unsure if they’d get the 1 seed and what they’re expecting for the tournament.
Filling out your March Madness brackets? Don’t pick Miami.
We’ve heard from top college hoopers all season long, but this week we’re gonna hear from their mamas! Haley sits down with her Day One, Ms. Monique Jones, along with the moms of Rhyne Howard, Aliyah Boston and Jordan Horston.
We got the young star, Indiana Pacers guard Tyrese Haliburton, choppin’ it up with Q and D. Tyrese looks back on his rise from mid-major recruit to NBA All-Star, playing AAU with Tyler Herro, and why he’s settled in so well in the NBA.
This week we’ve got Tar Heel superstar, Deja Kelly, on the pod to discuss everything from which conference she thinks is slacking, to her NIL experiences, to how UNC is ready for tournament play. Tune in!
We’ve got the lefty out of LOUISVILLE, Hailey Van Lith on the pod to discuss her impressive junior season, why ACC match-ups are anybody’s game, and the oddity of being both an underdog and the team everyone wants to beat. Tune in!
The freshman making noise on and off the court, Miss FLAU’JAE Johnson, hops on the mic to talk all things LSU, mixing her hoops and music career, NIL deals, and just how elite the landscape of women’s college basketball is right now.
This week we’ve got a certified BUCKET on the Sometimes I Hoop pod! Our girl, Jordan Horston … you know … the Tennessee superstar?
For the first episode of Sometimes I Hoop we had to call up Miss DOUBLE-DOUBLE, reigning NCAA champ, 6'5" All-American for South Carolina … Aliyah BOSTON. On this episode, Haley and Aliyah get into the 2023 season, their longtime friendship, NIL bags, pla
Deja Kelly has big plans for University of North Carolina women’s basketball team: “We’re ready to put UNC women’s hoops back on the Final Four map.”
Nyara Sabally says thank you to Oregon and announces her decision to enter the 2022 WNBA draft.
Jay Bilas wrote this for his friend: “What is college basketball without the voice of Dick Vitale?”
Naz Hillmon ahead of her last NCAA Tournament: “It truly IS great to be a Michigan Wolverine.”
Aliyah Boston ahead of South Carolina’s NCAA Tournament journey: “The goal is a national championship.”
The Stanford women’s basketball team rolled to its 15th Pac-12 championship last weekend in Las Vegas and The Players’ Tribune was there to capture it all.
Franz Wagner pens a letter to his Michigan family: “I’m proud to be able to call myself a Michigan Wolverine.“
After losing to UNLV by 30 points the year prior, Duke was ready for revenge heading into the ‘91 semis.
Jordan Coffin on former East Tennessee State University men's basketball head coach Jason Shay