Tom is back from his year long trip to Vegas to resume his position as the conductor of the LeBron James fanboy bus. The guys break down the NBA and NFL finals and take a deep dive into the world of burner twitter accounts.
Evan and Fred take on the NBA and NHL conference finals while Tom gallivants around Vegas for another weekend getaway. The guys complain about everyone talking MJ vs LeBron which leads directly into an MJ vs LeBron debate. Evan and Fred also both pitch their newest business ideas to any entrepreneurs who may be looking to invest.
The guys talk NFL Draft, Wolves and Wild making their early exits, drama in the NBA, and whether or not anyone cares about the World Cup with the US Team watching from their couches. Plus, Fred nearly gets murdered at a Denny’s and Evan recaps the bachelor party in Vegas.
The guys wrap up March madness by asking the question nobody else is: what is Spike Lee famous for? Tom and Evan try to convince themselves that the Wolves could win a playoff series while Fred has given up all hope for the Wild after the Suter injury. Evan explains why he doesn’t like talking sports at work and everyone is relieved that they didn’t have social media when they were in 7th grade.
Captain Kirk is coming to Minnesota and the NFL season can’t get here soon enough. With March Madness looking, the guys breakdown their model-less bracket philosophies. Everyone is cautiously optimistic about the Wild and Wolves as we head towards the playoffs and Tom gives his two cents on raising disciplined children.
The guys are back after a post super bowl hiatus to discuss all things Kirk Cousins. Jimmy Butler has a torn meniscus but Evan and Tom think the Wolves can tread water until he returns. Fred talks about the white hot Wild and the guys do 5 minutes of research on muscle atrophy diseases.
Being left-handed in the game of basketball, along with most other sports, doesn’t come with the same advantage that it does in the baseball world. At least in terms of strategy it doesn’t – but if you ask me, there are few things in this world as aesthetically pleasing as a fundamental left-handed jump shot, and I’m beyond certain CEO Marc would tell you the same thing. Perhaps I’m biased as someone that has a dominant left hand, but something about the quirkiness and funk of a lefty’s game is a thing of beauty, but unfortunately goes underappreciated by the average fan.
Continue reading Freelance Friday: The NBA’s Forgotten Lefties
From the highest of highs, to the lowest of lows, the guys are back to relive the nightmare that was the NFC championship game. They check in on CEO Wally to make sure he’s still breathing and breakdown all the thoughts and feelings from another Minnesota heartbreak. Tom gives 5 minutes of research on the government shutdown, Evan gives a bus update, and Fred tells us what’s really been pissing him off lately.
Welcome aboard the second edition of Model 284’s Freelance Friday! This week, I’ll be reliving some of the greatest Minnesota sports moments our generation has witnessed (spoiler: there aren’t many) to see how they stack up with the Minneapolis Miracle that graced us this past Sunday. If you missed out on Fred’s inaugural piece on the trials and tribulations of being a Minnesota sports fan last week, I’d suggest that you grab a few tissues and check it out here. Fred’s article could not have come at a more appropriate time, just days before the Vikings’ first playoff game since the Blair-Walsh-Blunder in 2015 that added yet another heartbreak to the lengthy list of Minnesota sports disappointments.
Continue reading The Minneapolis Miracle – The Greatest Minnesota Sports Moment of our Generation?
DIGGS. SIDELINE. TOUCHDOWN. UNBELIEVABLE. Evan is back on the podcast to join Tom and Fred in reliving the Minneapolis Miracle. The guys recap the game Sunday and give a full preview of the matchup with Philadelphia. Evan also gives a 5 minute breakdown of what it’s like to ride the bus everyday.