On this edition of the Off The Wall Podcast, Jared and Joseph took a strong look at the nation’s best, but yet flawed, NCAA Tournament teams for the then upcoming Big Dance.
After some quick Lonzo Ball takes, the guys attempted to discover Jermaine Dupri’s catchphrase. Jared and Joe moved on to talk some Grayson Allen, why it’s wrong to question Marvin Bagley’s effort.
Also, why Michigan State’s flaws shouldn’t be unexpected, and discuss strength-of-schedule before finishing with some absurd questions.
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About Jared: Jared has worked in ESPN’s Production Research and Stats and Analysis Departments, and has contributed to websites such as IamaGM, SBNation, FanSided, and Bro Jackson. He’s a Knicks fan, so he’s been forced to watch the NBA objectively for the last 15 (going on infinity) years. Follow him on Twitter at @JMintzHoops.
About Joseph: Joseph is a writer based out of Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. Previous incarnations of his work can be found at FOX Sports, SLAMOnline as well as other reputable outlets. Follow him on Twitter @JosephNardone.
Did you guys enjoy the NCAA Tournament last season?