Sinopse

Quo Vadimus is part of the HPBasketball Network family of podcasts. The show is hosted by the editor emeritus of Hardwood Paroxysm, Jared Dubin.

Episódios

  • Quo Vadimus: Seth Partnow and the Emergency Injury Podcast

    Quo Vadimus: Seth Partnow and the Emergency Injury Podcast

    26/04/2016 Duração: 40min

    Jared Dubin and Seth Partnow discuss how injuries are affecting the NBA playoffs. Topics include Chris Paul's fractured hand and how it (as well as Blake Griffin's quad injury and J.J. Redick's heel injury) affects the Clippers' series against the Blazers and their offseason plans, Stephen Curry's sprained knee and how it affects the Warriors' championship run, and the injuries to Hassan Whiteside, Nicolas Batum, Avery Bradley, and Kelly Olynyk.

  • Quo Vadimus: Seth Partnow and Round 1, Game 1

    Quo Vadimus: Seth Partnow and Round 1, Game 1

    17/04/2016 Duração: 01h07min

    Jared Dubin and Seth Partnow discuss (seven of) the eight Game 1's played in the NBA this weekend. The discussion kicks off with a few minutes on the Mavericks-Thunder, Warriors-Rockets, and Heat-Hornets blowouts (1:55). Then, they go deeper into Raptors-Pacers (16:55), Hawks-Celtics (29:13), Cavaliers-Pistons (36:42), and Clippers-Blazers (48:05). 

  • Quo Vadimus: Jason Gallagher and the Dallas Mavericks

    Quo Vadimus: Jason Gallagher and the Dallas Mavericks

    04/04/2016 Duração: 59min

    Jared Dubin talks to The Ringer's Jason Gallagher (@jga41agher) about the Dallas Mavericks. Topics include the team's performance this year compared to their expectations, Dallas' schedule over the final five games of the regular season and whether the Mavs will make the playoffs, the undying brilliance of Dirk Nowitzki, and the supporting cast that Dirk has dragged along this ride to the brink of a playoff berth.

  • Quo Vadimus: Alex Wong, the 96 Bulls, Crying Jordan, and Freelance Writing

    Quo Vadimus: Alex Wong, the '96 Bulls, Crying Jordan, and Freelance Writing

    23/03/2016 Duração: 01h05min

    Jared Dubin talks to Alex Wong (@steven_lebron) about his oral history of the 1996 Chicago Bulls and more. Topics include the 1995 playoff series against the Orlando Magic, the pick-up games on the set of Space Jam, the best stories that did not make it into the oral history (with highlights from Charles Oakley, Cedric Ceballos, and Shawn Kemp), the Crying Jordan meme, Instagram, and freelance writing. 

  • Quo Vadimus: Seth Partnow and Warriors-Spurs

    Quo Vadimus: Seth Partnow and Warriors-Spurs

    21/03/2016 Duração: 50min

    Jared Dubin and Seth Partnow discuss Saturday night's game between the Golden State Warriors and San Antonio Spurs. Topics include injury-related absences, San Antonio's strategy of switching pick and rolls, the Spurs' efforts to slow down the pace of the game, what we can take away from this matchup with respect to a potential playoff series, and more. 

  • Quo Vadimus: Ian Levy and the Sloan Sports Analytics Conference

    Quo Vadimus: Ian Levy and the Sloan Sports Analytics Conference

    16/03/2016 Duração: 01h04min

    Jared Dubin talks to Hardwood Paroxysm editor in chief Ian Levy to talk about this year's Sloan Sports Analytics Conference. Topics include the most interesting thing Ian learned at the conference, complementary player types, what the Nylon Calculus crew was up to at the conference, how to make ideas from the conference actionable at a player and team level, pick and roll defense, and what kinds of ideas they'd like to see explored at the conference in the future. 

  • Quo Vadimus: Kevin Lipe and the Goon Squad Grizzlies

    Quo Vadimus: Kevin Lipe and the Goon Squad Grizzlies

    16/03/2016 Duração: 01h04min

    Jared Dubin talks to Kevin Lipe of the Memphis Flyer about the surprising amount of success the Grizzlies have had of late. Topics include injuries, the "Goon Squad" and how it has been finding success on both ends of the court, how the core group of Marc Gasol, Mike Conley, Zach Randolph and Tony Allen have come to personify the city of Memphis, Lance Stephenson, what the next version of the Grizz might look like, and the team's ownership situation. 

  • Quo Vadimus: Ricky ODonnell, Sean Highkin, and the Chicago Bulls

    Quo Vadimus: Ricky O'Donnell, Sean Highkin, and the Chicago Bulls

    11/03/2016 Duração: 01h13min

    Jared Dubin talks to SBNation's Ricky O'Donnell and Bleacher Report's Sean Highkin about the past, present, and future of the Bulls. The conversation with Ricky touches on his recent article about the failings of the Bulls front office (0:50), while Sean Highkin delves into the successes and failures of this particular season's Chicago squad (35:45). 

  • Quo Vadimus: Seth Partnow, the Thunder and the Warriors

    Quo Vadimus: Seth Partnow, the Thunder and the Warriors

    04/03/2016 Duração: 01h00s

    Jared Dubin and Seth Partnow discuss Thursday night's TNT game between the Thunder and Warriors. Topics include OKC's defense and depth (1:40), Russell Westbrook criticism (14:25), whether or not there is such a thing as a bad shot for Stephen Curry (19:27), OKC’s early-game plan to make Steph's life difficult (22:49), Anderson Varejao vs. Marreesse Speights (34:55), Leandro Barbosa (39:20), some fun numbers (42:12), what type of contract Dion Waiters will get this summer (44:30), Draymond Green's Saturday evening tirade (46:00), and why Warriors fans seem to hate Harrison Barnes (54:00).

  • Quo Vadimus: Seth Partnow, Thunder-Pelicans, and Rockets-Blazers

    Quo Vadimus: Seth Partnow, Thunder-Pelicans, and Rockets-Blazers

    26/02/2016 Duração: 54min

    Jared Dubin and Seth Partnow discuss the Thursday night TNT games between the Thunder and Pelicans, and Rockets and Blazers. Topics include Anthony Davis and the Rose Rule (2:36), the level of concern we should have about the Thunder's defense (6:39), Billy Donovan's recent move to stagger Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook's minutes (12:48), some crazy KD and Russ scoring numbers (18:50), Houston's big comeback to beat the Blazers (24:27). James Harden's in-season improvement (26:34), the report that Harden got Kevin McHale fired and tried to get Dwight Howard traded (30:02), the Ty Lawson buyout tumors (37:18), and Portland's surprisingly good 2015 offseason (44:55). 

  • Quo Vadimus: Danny Leroux, Anthony Davis, and the Young Gun Blazers

    Quo Vadimus: Danny Leroux, Anthony Davis, and the Young Gun Blazers

    24/02/2016 Duração: 48min

    Jared Dubin and Danny Leroux of RealGM and The Sporting News talk Pelicans, Blazers, and more. Topics include whether Anthony Davis might regret signing a big extension with the Pellies (2:20), Portland's young core surprisingly keeping pace in the lower half of the Western Conference (25:01), and the recent backlash to Stephen Curry and the Warriors' supposed cockiness (39:15). 

  • Quo Vadimus: Seth Partnow, Tobias Harris and Pre-Trade Deadline Thoughts

    Quo Vadimus: Seth Partnow, Tobias Harris and Pre-Trade Deadline Thoughts

    17/02/2016 Duração: 47min

    Jared Dubin and Seth Partnow discuss Tuesday's two pre-trade deadline trades and give their thoughts on what might come about by Thursday afternoon. Topics include Orlando's trade of Tobias Harris to Detroit for Brandon Jennings and Ersan Ilyasova, Orlando's possible trade of Channing Frye to the Clippers for salary cap relief in the form of Lance Stephenson, the three-team deal between the Grizzlies, Hornets and Heat featuring Courtney Lee, P.J. Hairston, Chris Andersen and Brian Roberts, Seth's recent article on why we shouldn't expect many of these deadline acquisitions to play major roles in the playoffs, and which teams (Jazz, Celtics, Thunder, among others) they expect to be in the market in the hours before Thursday's 3 p.m. ET deadline.  

  • Quo Vadimus: Seth Partnow, George Karl and Derek Fisher

    Quo Vadimus: Seth Partnow, George Karl and Derek Fisher

    09/02/2016 Duração: 54min

    Jared Dubin and Seth Partnow discuss the Kings' non-firing of George Karl and their leaky-ship organization, the merits and drawbacks of quickly cycling through coaches, the Knicks' firing of Derek Fisher, the progress of Phil Jackson's culture change in New York and where the Knicks might turn next before wrapping things up with some brief talk about Jimmy Butler's injury and the Eastern Conference playoff picture. 

  • Quo Vadimus: Jason Concepcion, Kristaps Porzingis, Hollywood Cole, and more

    Quo Vadimus: Jason Concepcion, Kristaps Porzingis, Hollywood Cole, and more

    29/01/2016 Duração: 01h12min

    Jared Dubin and Jason Concepcion (@netw3rk) discuss his grown adult son Kristaps Porzingis and more. Other topics include the state of the New York Knicks, thoughts on a rumored trade for Jeff Teague and a never-gonna-happen trade for Blake Griffin, and how the team should be built going forward, with brief interludes to discuss Josh Smith, Hollywood Cole Aldrich, Rajon Rondo, Game of Thrones, and the Premier League. 

  • Quo Vadimus: Seth Partnow, Spurs-Warriors, Blake Griffin, and Kevin Durant

    Quo Vadimus: Seth Partnow, Spurs-Warriors, Blake Griffin, and Kevin Durant

    26/01/2016 Duração: 43min

    Jared Dubin and Seth Partnow discuss Monday night's Spurs-Warriors showdown, Blake Griffin's broken hand, and New York free agency hype. Topics include what we actually learned from Spurs-Warriors (1:34), the most intriguing matchup we didn't see much of during the game (9:30), Jonathan Simmons (15:55), Stephen Curry's ability to capitalize on scramble plays (20:05), Blake Griffin's broken hand incident (23:28), and Kevin Durant's week in media (34:28). 

  • Quo Vadimus: Seth Partnow, Clippers-Cavaliers, and Boban

    Quo Vadimus: Seth Partnow, Clippers-Cavaliers, and Boban

    22/01/2016 Duração: 46min

    Jared Dubin and Seth Partnow discuss Thursday night's TNT game between the Clippers and Cavaliers before briefly touching on Spurs sensation Boban Marjanovic. Topics include the Cavaliers' jerseys (2:00), Kevin Love and his place on Cleveland's roster (3:55), the Cavs' defense on J.J. Redick's pin-downs (18:27), whether or not there is such a thing as a fair trade for LeBron James (20:50), the Josh Smith trade (24:37), the Clippers' problems on the wing (30:15), DeAndre Jordan and the strategy of Hack-a-Shaq (34:25), and Spurs-Suns and the magic of Boban (41:00).

  • Quo Vadimus: Seth Partnow, Warriors-Cavaliers, and the NBA All-Star Game

    Quo Vadimus: Seth Partnow, Warriors-Cavaliers, and the NBA All-Star Game

    19/01/2016 Duração: 58min

    Jared Dubin and Seth Partnow discuss Monday night's NBA Finals rematch between the Warriors and Cavaliers, as well as their picks for the NBA All-Star Game. Topics include Kevin Love and how his defense affects Cleveland's chances against Golden State and San Antonio (1:25), where this Warriors team ranks in the pantheon of great passing teams (14:37), Steph Curry's "champagne" comments (21:18), Golden State's defense against the Cavs (23:00), Cleveland's misfortune of running into two of the best teams ever (29:53), Monday's Clippers-Rockets game (33:00), J.J. Redick's incredible season (35:38), and the 2016 NBA All-Star Game (36:31). 

  • Quo Vadimus: Blake Murphy and the Toronto Raptors

    Quo Vadimus: Blake Murphy and the Toronto Raptors

    18/01/2016 Duração: 54min

    Jared Dubin is joined by Blake Murphy of Raptors Republic to talk about the Toronto Raptors. Topics include the Raptors' surprising position in the league's top 10 in defensive efficiency (1:10), their ability to maintain a top offense despite the absence of Jonas Valanciunas and DeMarre Carroll (13:10), Dwane Casey's coaching job (22:38), expectations for the Raptors in the postseason and which teams may or may not be good matchups (26:23), a brief Knicks interlude (34:50), potential Raptors trades (37:40), the team's biggest weakness (40:40), and the All-Star chances of Kyle Lowry and DeMar DeRozan (42:16). 

  • Quo Vadimus: Seth Partnow, Cavaliers-Spurs, and Lakers-Warriors

    Quo Vadimus: Seth Partnow, Cavaliers-Spurs, and Lakers-Warriors

    15/01/2016 Duração: 01h02min

    Jared Dubin and Seth Partnow discuss the Thursday night TNT games between the Cavaliers and Spurs, and Lakers and Warriors. Topics include bad teams getting gradually blown out (2:39), Harrison Barnes’ return, but not to the starting lineup (5:09), Julius Randle and his potential development into a “Draymond Green type” (12:42), aesthetically unpleasing players and a surprising one Jared doesn't like to watch (17:57), Roy Hibbert (21:09), Kobe’s retirement tour (24:13), Spurs-Cavs game flow and San Antonio’s defensive adjustments (26:58), Iman Shumpert and the value of steals (32:45), the struggles of Timofey Mozgov (38:13), David West and his fit with San Antonio’s bigs (41:35), and LeBron James taking jumpers over big men, finishing at the rim, and working as a screener in pick and rolls (46:47). 

  • Quo Vadimus: Devin Kharpertian, Lionel Hollins, Billy King and the Brooklyn Nets

    Quo Vadimus: Devin Kharpertian, Lionel Hollins, Billy King and the Brooklyn Nets

    11/01/2016 Duração: 58min

    Jared Dubin talks to Devin Kharpertian of The Brooklyn Game about the Nets' recent firing of head coach Lionel Hollins and demotion of GM Billy King, and where the Nets go from here. Topics include a retrospective of the Lionel Hollins Era and whether or not he was put in a no-win situation, an overview of how the Nets performed under King in general, which of King's four big trades (Deron Williams, Gerald Wallace, Joe Johnson, Kevin Garnett/Paul Pierce) was the worst, and where the Nets should look in their GM and coaching searches this summer. 

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