It's the most wonderful time of the year as the MLB, NFL and NBA are all going on at the same time so Ryan, Kevin and Noah have plenty to discuss. Ryan and Noah start off debating whether or not Anthony Rizzo is too cocky, Ryan drops a rap about the Cubs and Kevin gives his fire MLB postseason takes. The WTS crew then heads to the NFL to talk Aaron Rodgers, Dak, Trubisky, Fantasy Football and who's worse between the Browns and Giants. Another new WTS writer, Jacob Steinberg, joins the pod to talk Yankees, Knicks and Giants while also participating in the longest one-minute rapid fire question drill in human history. The show ends with some heated NBA talk and a "Process Move of the Week" for the U.S. Men's Soccer team not qualifying for the World Cup. Very important people are saying this is the best episode yet!
It's been a crazy few days in sports and the boys are here to recap it all. Noah opens up with a long awaited "Gross Time" rant before Ryan and Kevin join in to talk new twitter character limit, Melo and D-Wade switching teams and NBA media day. Ryan and Kevin get into some trash talk ahead of the Bears vs. Packers game and then the guys discuss if the NFL is good again, are the Seahawks bad, if the Dolphins should quit the season, the Jets ditching tanking, OBJ celebrations and more. ISP then welcomes on another new member, Griffin Dunn, to talk Steelers, becoming a WTS bodyguard and which athlete he would serenade. The pod finishes with another "process move of the week" and a special "trust the process" edition for Kevin along with rapid fire baseball questions for Kev, reviewing last week's predicted headlines and a new conspiracy theory (maybe). This episode is a must listen!
Introductions (0-0:25); Indians are winning (1:00-9:00); Dodgers are losing (9:00-11:30); Browns are bad (11:30-17:10); Giants/Bears/Patriots takes (17:10-28:50); Our dream owners for NBA teams (28:50-34:40); Vikings/Saints takes (34:40-39:50); Process move of the week (39:50-41:10); Defend your Article (41:10-45:20); the cast of “Friends” in the MLB (45:20-56:50)
Music Used: Hollywood Principle "Breathing Underwater" Ether remix and Con Bro Chill "Come to my Party"
The boys are back with a lot to talk about. Ryan, Kevin and Noah open up discussing the KD Twitter drama and Kyrie's press conference (1:00-13:50). NFL talk includes why TNF and the league stink and how they can fix it, is Aaron Rodgers actually bad, should the Bengals tank and what was going on the last time the Browns were a favorite (14:00-30:00). New WTS writer Sean Montiel joins the show to talk Giants, Yankees, Nets and why Ereck Flowers is the worst ever (30:00-46:34). The show finishes with some Yankees/Red Sox and Indians talk followed by "Wake me up when September ends", biggest sports fears in honor of IT, what we want to see before the world ends, "Process Move of the Week" and future headlines (47:00-1:09)
Thanksgiving Break is over which means the boys are back and ready to pod it up. Ryan, Kevin and Noah welcome on first time guest Mitch Lord to talk about the NBA, NFL and of course his undying love for all things Philly. After the interview, the three amigos talk CFP, a conspiracy theory for the Grizzlies, MLB Hot Stove and more. Ryan gives his first ever "Process Move of the Week" and then competes against Kevin in another Game Show (we'll let you guess who wins that one). The boys also get into some heated debates over the chain snatching in the NFL and how to make College Football better. If going back to work or school after the holiday break has you feeling down, this ISP will make it all better!
It is November and do you know what that means? No, not Christmas music. It means that the What the Sports boys are back for another fire pod. To spice things up, Ryan, Kevin and Noah open up with an interview featuring WTS member Sean Mahoney who really wants to be on the Bachelor. With Sean being a D.C./ Baltimore fan, the four dudes talk Joe Flacco's eliteness, John Harbaugh vs. Kiko Alonso, most hated NFL teams, fighting Bradley Beal and Kelly Oubre, partying with Gortat, Manny Machado leaving and so much more. The boys then welcome on a special mystery guess and that's all we'll tell you so you better listen to find out more. It's then time for an emergency "Gross Time" about the Browns incompetence, a "Process Move of the Week", World Series talk and maybe another game show? There's also plenty of other segments that will make you scream, "LOL" but I guess you'll just have to listen to see what they are. Grab a pumpkin spice latte, throw on a flannel and beanie and get ready for WTS to bring you the best podcast of the fall season.
It may be cold outside but things are heating up on this Impractical Sports Podcast. The episode begins with Ryan and Noah welcoming on WTS writer, comedian and spoiled Boston sports fan Ben Fischer. The three talk Patriots and how less-handsome they are now, how much swag Alex Cora brings to the Red Sox, how hard it is to listen to Kyrie's theories and so much more. Ben also enlightens huge hockey/soccer fan's Ryan and Noah on everything going on in those sports and competes in another game show. After the interview, slightly dead Kevin joins the podcast to talk how weird the NFL is, Lebron's meme game, early baseball predictions and a conspiracy theory that all #2 picks in the NBA draft are bad. The show finishes with a can't miss "Process Move of the Week" and the boys discuss topics suggested by the listeners.
Before the new year begins the WTS boys are back for one final pod in 2017. In between their numerous mouth surgeries, Ryan, Kevin and Noah took some time to discuss the past week in sports. The gang breaks down all the action from NBA Christmas including the controversial foul, Carmelo sucking, the TNT broadcast crew and of course Kevin gets super defensive about the Sixers. Moving onto the NFL, topics include why Josh Rosen hates the Browns, when we will find out James Harrison is a spy and what the hell is Earl Thomas doing with the Cowboys. If you start playing this podcast at 11:09:26 on NYE you will finish exactly at midnight and be super satisfied heading into 2018!
It's Friday, Friday, gotta listen to a new ISP on Friday! Noah has left to head home to Cleveland meaning that Ryan and Kevin now have the keys to the castle. The two bros start in the NFL, discussing Aaron Rodgers return and Carson Wentz's departure while Kevin finds a new job for Devin Hester now that he is retired. Moving onto the NBA, Joel Embiid has inspired Ryan to become a social media coach and the boys try to figure out what Kawhi Leonard can chop with his new karate skills. Lastly, baseball expert Kev uncovers a new conspiracy theory about Ohtani and Ryan talks about how much he hates the Yankees. A new ISP to take you into the weekend? It's a Hanukkah miracle!
With some time to spare, the Impractical Sports Podcast squad decided to beat everyone else to reviewing the year in sports. Hosts Noah Gross and Kevin Brown and here to discuss the year that was in 2017. Starting with the five biggest stories of the year, topics range from Noah's love for Boston to realizing that there actually might be a lot of money in soccer. Segments included "Dayuuuuum he had a bad year," "Best Soundbites," and much more. Stick around for the whole show and you'll get a pleasant surprise courtesy of the Timeout with Taylor Brooks Podcast that will have a mind-blowing discussion from Michael Beasley. Make sure to enjoy the holidays, share and subscribe, and the 100th person to leave a five-star review will get the coveted prize!
Saturdays might be for the boys, but Wednesdays are for a new Impractical Sports Podcast! This episode begins with Ryan, Kevin and Noah welcoming on WTS writer Dom Googs. Dom, the first guest to make a second appearance on the pod, sits down to talk Eagles, Sixers, his career as a high school quarterback and challenge Kevin to a game show. After that, the three ISP hosts finish up the podcast by discussing the Cavs and Enes Kanter, if Dirk should retire, Italy missing the World Cup and why the NFL makes no sense. Noah also gives a new theory on how to fix the NBA (that he did not come up with). Listen, listen listen!
We have finally reached December which means it's the most wonderful and miserable time of the year. Lucky for you, Ryan, Kevin and Noah decided to take a break from their busy schedule of crying about finals to record a new Impractical Sports Podcast. This edition of the pod features just the three co-founders talking some sports and making some jokes. The boys talk about all the dumb hits in the NFL and spend another week trying to figure out who may actually be good. In the newest Game Show competition, Ryan and Noah face off and forget how a buzzer works. In the NBA, the Cavs and Warriors are discussed because literally that's all that matters. Noah and Ryan then ponder just how crazy the Ohtani and Giancarlo Stanton trades would be and Kevin professes his love for Herm Edwards. The show ends with some College Football Playoff talk followed by our Minnesota Correspondent Theo giving his Secret Santa gift to Noah because he already admitted he had him. All in all, this pod is a 14/10 would listen again.
It's almost Halloween ladies and gents and that means this ISP is about to get SPOOKY. Noah, Kevin and Ryan sit down to talk the beginning of the NBA season including Eric Bledsoe, Steph's mouthpiece, D-Wade heading to the bench, Lonzo and much more. The boys then break down the mess that is the NFL as Noah already gets hyped for Draft Day and they try and decide which teams are actually good. Noah and Ryan then get a little sad, talking about the Cubs and Indians being eliminated before making their WS picks and wondering if we are all screwed because the Yankees are back to being good. The end of the show features a can't miss spooky stories segment and maybe there is a surprise game show randomly in this pod? Guess you'll have to listen to find out.
On the last ISP of March, Kevin, Ryan and Noah sit down to talk about what was a pretty crazy week in the world of sports. Kevin gets to talk about his 76ers and the return of Markelle Fultz, Noah gets to talk about LeBron dunking on people and Ryan gets to host the worst "Game Show" in this history of the podcast. The boys also discuss the Final Four including Kansas, Duke, Sister Jean and more while even analyzing the McDonald's All-American game. The pod finishes with some quick thoughts on the Rams Free-Agency and a run at Odell Beckham (?) as well as Kevin giving his much anticipated baseball predictions before Opening Day.
After a month hiatus filled with google hangouts, Noah, Ryan and Kevin are back together to bring you a podcast filled with the crispest audio in all of the land. The boys start by dissecting the drama-filled NBA, discussing the Cavs dilemma, the insane amount of fights and the swaggy new Heat uniforms. With the Super Bowl now set, ISP brings you a full recap of championship weekend including Bill Belichick showing emotion, Eagles fans rioting and Blake Bortles' tears that broke America's heart. Of course the "Game Show" and "One-Minute Drill" are included, but where?
It's April and you know how the saying goes, "April takes bring May subscribers." The boys are here to do just that, as Noah, Kevin and Ryan give their thoughts on the boring Final Four and Donte DiVincenzo's exciting night on and off the court. After a dominant "Game Show" by one certain contestant, the three hop into some NFL talk discussing the Rams trade and training strategies, the first ISP Mock Draft and what's next for Odell. The pod finishes with a breakdown of the upcoming NBA playoffs, explanations of unwritten baseball rules to Kevin and some quick MLB overreactions.